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Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus – Let’s Play Page

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus – Let’s Play Page

The Wolfenstein franchise has been around for over a decade and gamers were ecstatic to hear about this latest title. Staying true to their roots, MachineGames was able to get people excited about a single-player first-person shooter game. The genre has been scarce in modern gaming as most fps’ focus on the multiplayer element of their games and the campaign is usually an afterthought. Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus knocked it out of the park with their take on the experience and it could have a bigger impact on the industry as well.

Publishers and developers will be using Wolfenstein 2 as a guide in order to gauge the community’s interest. If this latest Wolfenstein game sells well, it could mean many more single-player first-person shooter games coming to modern consoles soon.

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The game overall is an incredible experience. Fast paced and extraordinary in terms of action, it was able to deliver true entertainment coupled with a fantastic story. America has fallen to the Nazi’s and gamers play as a resistance fighter ready to take back the United States of America. Not only is it an interesting story, it almost intentionally touches on important social issues in real life to pull even more emotion out of the gamer. This is a true patriotic story and it truly is a thrilling adventure.

Even if a gamer never played a previous Wolfenstein, the game does a great job catching people up with the story. A quick and concise recap in the beginning of the game gives people a nice synopsis of the most recent Wolfenstein story ark. The New Colossus is the sequel to Wolfenstein: The New Order but it still remains inviting to those that didn’t have a chance to play the first game. MachineGames really did an amazing thing with this latest release.

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Dead by Daylight – Halloween Special!

Dead by Daylight – Halloween Horror Special!

The Gigamax crew is celebrating October with a bunch of different scary games and Dead by Daylight is on the list. Sneaking around a bunch of unique monsters while your friends try to start generators might sound easy, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Gigs and Mack test their luck and go head to head with some monsters online to see if they have what it takes to survive. For the most part, they don’t but it’s still funny watching them kick and wiggle to stay far away from that meat hook.

Going in relatively blind, the Gigamax crew are bigger fans of Friday the 13th: The Game, but Dead by Daylight shares a lot of similarities with the other indie game. This gave the crew some confidence in their abilities but it soon becomes clear they are in fact two very different games. The fact that the human players can’t fight back dramatically changes the entire pace of the game. It is amazing how much it can make one person panic.

Dad by Daylight – Playlist on YouTube [Gigamax Games]

What do you think? Between Friday the 13th: The Game and Dead by Daylight, which game do you like more? Let us know in the comments!

Be sure to stick around for even more Halloween specials throughout the month of October and more episodes of Dead by Daylight as more updates are released. Freddy Krueger has been confirmed so there will absolutely be more episodes in the near future.

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Middle Earth: Shadow of War – YouTube Playlist

Middle Earth: Shadow of War – Playlist with Gigamax Games

Finally, the wait is over and gamers have a chance to play Middle Earth: Shadow of War. Any Lord of The Rings fan will be happy to dive into this action-packed Orc slaying experience. This time things are off to an intense start as the story begins with chaos and adventure. The Gigamax crew is here to take you through the key sections of this incredible game so be sure to keep up to date with all the action from the Middle Earth: Shadow of War playlist.

Middle Earth: Shadow of War

The Middle Earth series are known for their innovative mechanics and exciting gameplay. Its story is entertaining and the combat is magnificent. This is one of those games that a person can get lost playing for hours only to realize they haven’t even completed a quest. Combat is so much fun and the Nemesis system keeps players constantly on the move and it all adds up to one fun game to play.

This playlist starts off with the opening of Middle Earth: Shadow of War but be sure to stay tuned for more. With this game offering so much content, you can be sure that Gigs and Mack will be pouring hours into it.

Middle Earth: Shadow of War – YouTube Playlist

Even with all of this fun stuff, this game isn’t without controversy. Throughout this playlist Gigs and Mack will be discussing what they think about the loot box issues that have been making headlines all over the world.

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT: New Final Fantasy Fighter

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT: New Final Fantasy Fighter

Square Enix offered some additional information about the closed beta for their upcoming Final Fantasy fighting game, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. Last month the company announced they will be holding a closed beta but now gamers have an idea when they can play. Between August 25th and September 3rd, select players will have the chance to give this arcade fighter a try.

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Registration is now live and gamers have until August 20th to sign up for their chance to try out Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. North and Latin American players can sign up here and other regions can visit this site to register. Unfortunately be prepared for bad news, as with any closed-beta acceptance is going to be limited.

This game looks like it’s going to be an epic adventure. Come take a look at some Dissidia Final Fantasy NT below.

It isn’t the first time Square Enix released a Final Fantasy fighter. For the 20th anniversary in 2008, they released a similar fighting game for PlayStation Portable, Dissidia Final Fantasy. The North American version released back in 2009. This latest title should be an exciting revisit, with new characters and the incredible power of the modern console. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 with an expected release in 2018.

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For those not lucky enough to be chosen for the closed-beta, they’ll have to survive on gameplay footage from the lucky few until its release or an open-beta. However, Gigamax Games does have some Final Fantasy video’s to get you through the year. Be sure to keep checking back for new episodes and the latest gameplay.

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Top 6 August Video Game Releases

Top 6 August Video Game Releases

August is almost here and that means gamers need to prepare for another round of new video game releases. Below are six that stood out of the crowd and information surrounding the new titles. Let’s dive right into it and discover what the gaming community has to be excited for.

Tacoma – Xbox One, PC – August 2nd


Developed by Fullbright, known for their successful title ‘Gone Home’, Tacoma is coming to Xbox One and PC on August 2nd. Shown off at E3 2017, a new extended trailer has been released recently offering more insight into the story. Exploring an abandoned space station, gamers are tasked with discovering why the crew has disappeared. An AI assists the player along with an augmented reality system to find records and experience past events to get to the bottom of the mystery. This will be a single-player story game, a breath of fresh air when compared to the numerous multiplayer games so common today.



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Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – PS4, PC – August 8th

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Ninja Theory Ltd. wants to bring something a little different to the third-person melee combat genre with Hellblade. Claiming to be not an indie game yet not a AAA game either, they are calling Hellblade an ‘independent AAA’. Thrown into a twisted world, players will need to survive an onslaught of brutal and uncompromising combat. This action-adventure game should be an interesting addition to August line-up.

Agents of Mayhem – PS4, Xbox One, PC – August 15th

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Ready to save the world against criminal masterminds and costumed megalomaniacs? Agents of Mayhem might be the game for you. The world fell under the rule of LEGION, The League of Evil Gentlemen Intent on Obliterating Nations and it’s the players’ job to stop them. With a bunch of unique characters to try out and an interesting world filled with enemies, this is absolutely a title to keep an eye on.

 

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – PS4 – August 22nd

The critically acclaimed developer, Naughty Dog is at it again. A fan-favorite character, Chloe Frazer, is left with no other options than to enlist the aid of the infamous mercenary Nadine Ross. They’re after a fabled ancient Indian artifact and need to keep it out of the hands of a ruthless warmonger. Venturing deep into the mountains of India, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is sure to deliver the same thrills and excitement, treasure hunting with Nathan Drake has offered over the years. Exclusive to the PlayStation 4, fans are thrilled to get their hands on more Uncharted content. It’s also nice to see some more heroines taking the center stage in the gaming industry.

Take a look at Uncharted: The Lost Legacy trailer from E3 2017 below:

Absolver PS4, PC – August 29th

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This is a title that Gigamax has been watching closely. Developed by Sloclap, this melee combat fighter offers fluid real-time combat and customizable characters and classes. Gamers can build a character to fit their fighting style and with in-depth PVE and PVP elements, Absolver looks as though it can fill an interesting niche in today’s video game library. Take a look at some additional coverage of Absolver for a more detailed look at this upcoming title. 

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – PS4, Xbox One, PC – August 31st

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Square Enix is almost ready to release the highly anticipated Life is Strange: Before the Storm. Featuring Chloe Price, a 16-year-old rebel and her unlikely new friend Rachel Amber, the ‘popular girl’ in school destined for success. The unlikely duo comes together once Rachel’s world is turned upside down by a horrible family secret. They need to use this new found alliance to give each other strength and overcome their demons.

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Prey Demo: Opening Hour – The First Hour Free

Prey Demo: Opening Hour – The First Hour Free  (Spoiler Free)

Arkane Studios’ highly anticipated first-person shooter, Prey releases on May 5th. Those excited to give the game a try won’t have to wait to try it out. Yesterday, 4/27/2017 a free download,  “Prey Demo: Opening Hour’ was made available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Unfortunately for PC gamers, the demo is console exclusive however the full game will be prey, demo: opening hour, opening hour, demo, new release, latest game, new game,, gigamax
available on PC on May 5th.

Choose Your Perspective

The demo will be 13.6 GB PS4 and 13.1 GB Xbox One. Fans will be able to seamlessly play the entire first hour. When it comes to Prey, the first hour holds a host of surprises. The demo offers a choice to play as either the male or female main character, Morgan Yu. This could be a great way for players to try each character in a manageable, one hour bite.  Gamers can see which character they want to use for their maiden play through.

Spoilers and more Spoilers

“There’s something intense and effective about that first hour that you’ll lose if you read too much about it,” Polygon wrote in an article released back in February (http://bit.ly/2qbLTtW). This is an accurate statement as the first hour is filled with important twists and turns. If you’re a gamer that wants to dive into Prey with a blank slate and doesn’t want any idea of what you’re getting into, skip the video at the bottom.

arkane studiosDeveloper Arkane Studio’s, best known for their hit classics Dishonored and Dishonored 2, Prey has the community excited. Fans of the original 2006 Prey title are extremely pleased to see a reboot. The game makes the player question reality and the enemies create an environment where anything can attack you at any time. For a deeper look into what Prey is all about, take a look at our first look at this highly anticipated FPS.

Below is the first 45 minutes of gameplay (spoiler warning) through the eyes as the male Morgan Yu.

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Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition – Total Massacre Playlist

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition – Total Massacre Playlist

Walking on buildings and throwing enemies into spikes, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is thrilling through and through. Despite the game hard bulletstorm, fully clip edition, bulletstorm games, video, gameplay, walkthrough, lets play, gigamax, gigamax gamescrashing at the last fifteen seconds of the first episode, the game was exciting. The Gigamax crew wasn’t lucky enough to try the game out the first time it was released, so getting the chance to try it out was fantastic.




Bring On The Laughs

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition isn’t just another action first-person shooter, it makes fun of them as well. Published by Gearbox Software, one of the Developers of Borderlands, comedy is a huge aspect of the shooter. It keeps things entertaining while the point gathering combat system stays easy on the eyes and the shallow story is just easy enough to ignore.

gearbox software, gearbox, bulletstorm, funny videosBulletstorm’s great atmosphere and combat was enough to get the Gigamax crew hooked. Be sure to stay on the lookout for more episodes in the near future. Filled with gory encounters and a great melee combat system, Gigs and Mack will be sure to pull off some entertaining moments of chaos.

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy New Screenshots Revealed

New Uncharted DLC Details

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was a fantastic entry to this classic series, unfortunately the developer was clear that it was the last game to contain the protagonist Nathan Drake. Many believed that this meant the end for the Uncharted series as a whole,  but now Naughty Dog is hyping up fans for brand new story DLC named Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

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The upcoming DLC is centered around some familiar faces and it should be exciting. One being the bad guys turned good, Chole Frazer and the antagonist from the base game, Nadine Ross make an appearance. These two characters are the focal point of the new screenshots that have been released this weekend.

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On Saturday, the creative director for the game,  Shaun Escayg, tweeted out a screenshot and two pieces of character art, which can be found throughout this article. The screenshot is of Chole, whom players will be taking control of is holding what appears to be the ancient Indian artifact she is tasked with keeping away from the war profiteer Asav (pictured below). To help complete this task, Chole enlists the aid of Nadine making clever use of her mercenary allies.

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The Experience

The Lost Legacy takes place after the events of A Thief’s End and will conclude Naughty Dogs work on the series for the time being. The DLC was only recently announced via an 8 minute video at Playstation Experience 2016 and many details are still being kept under lock and key until the studio is ready to discuss them further.

Hopefully we’ll be able to get our hands on this DLC soon, but for the time being we can only sit and wait for more content to be released.  Don’t forget to stop by Gigamax for plenty of Let’s Play videos when the game becomes available. Remember to keep checking back with Gigamax Games for all the latest in gaming news and reviews!

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PlayStation 4 Update 4.50 Available Now

PlayStation 4 Update – 4.50

The highly anticipated PlayStation 4 update 4.50 was released yesterday adding an array of new features to the system. This patch was previously announced under the codename “SASUKE” although many fans knew the details due to an error on the Chinese Playstation Blog. A leak had also appeared on Reddit, suggesting that the PlayStation 4 update would arrive March 7th.

Many of the changes to the UI are barely noticeable with very little done to how the system looks. Most of the major updates come in the form of new customization updates. The patch offers users the ability to upload custom backgrounds with screenshots they’ve taken. Also available is the addition of external hard drive support. Sony has been behind Microsoft and Nintendo in regard to external HD support. Looking to rectify this problem, the PlayStation 4 will now accepts outside storage of up to 8 terabytes.

While most the changes were either to the benefit of the console or inconsequential, one change has seemingly irked the entire fanbase. The notifications tab is no longer separated into easy to operate categories. Now it’s mashed together into one long and untidy list. Many other changes deal with PS4 Pro support and add more accessibility options for owners of the elite system. For a full list of the changes check out the list below.

Main Features In The Latest PlayStation 4 Update

1. You can now use a USB storage device to install applications, or move applications from your PS4’s system storage. The following USB storage devices can be used. Select(Settings) > [Devices] > [USB Storage Devices], select the connected USB storage device, and then format it for use as extended storage.

2. The quick menu is now more user friendly. Creating, joining, and other party features are even easier to access.

3. (Notifications) has been redesigned. All notifications now appear in a single list.

4. When using Remote Play on a Windows® PC, Mac, Xperia™ Smartphone, or Xperia™ Tablet, you can now use your device’s microphone for voice chat in games or in parties.

5. You can now use screenshots to customize the background of your home screen and function screen. Select(Settings) > [Themes] > [Select Theme] > [Custom].

6. You can now post screenshots directly to activities, such as those shown in [What’s New]. Press the SHARE button, select [Screenshot], and then select [Activities] as the upload destination. Also, you can now tag games and fellow players.

7. You can now post animated GIFs to activities and social applications.

8. Your status is now visible as (Mobile) when you sign in to an application such as (PlayStation App), even when you are away from your PS4 system. This means you are available to communicate with Friends.

9. You can now make a party public or private even after the party has been created. Select (Party) > [Party Settings] > [Party Privacy].

10. PlayStation VR now supports Blu-ray 3D™ content.

Other Features In Version 4.50

1. The PS4 system you use to sign in to PlayStation Network for the first time is now automatically activated as your primary PS4 system.

2. As a parent or guardian, you can now easily create sub accounts for your children when creating your master account.

3. You can now upload or download saved data right from the home screen. Press the OPTIONS button, and then select [Upload/Download Saved Data].

4. You now have the option to share screenshots on PlayStation Network. When sharing, you can also adjust privacy settings.

5. You can now launch ‘SHAREfactory’ right from Capture Gallery. Press the OPTIONS button while viewing Capture Gallery, and then select [Edit in SHAREfactory].

6. You can now change the color of your profile screen to match the cover image. On your profile screen, select (Options) > [Change Cover Image] > [Change Background Color].

7. When reporting inappropriate content, you can now preview your report before sending.
The design of (PS4 Remote Play) for Xperia™ has been updated.

8. When you receive a party invitation, you can now respond from (Messages) or (PS Messages) with a quick reply.

9. Your profile screen cover image on your PS4 system is now displayed in (PS Messages).

10. Cinematic mode image quality on PlayStation VR has been improved.

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