Red Dead Redemption 2 – A Perfect Headshot

by Prashant Yedavillion Saturday, 26 January 2019, 2:11 pm
I have always been a Open world Gaming guy. Always waiting and stalking for the games which convince me that what I am seeing is real and allowing me to dive into its rich graphics and immersive gameplay. Well looks like Rockstar heard my requests right on time and introduced me to the world of […]

Was 2018 a better year for games as compared to 2017? :: The Year In Retrospective

by Md Armughanuddinon Thursday, 24 January 2019, 10:35 pm
2017 was undoubtedly the best year for games after almost a decade. While I’m writing this, I’m already cherishing the great memories I had while playing a wide array of phenomenal titles in 2017. The most impressing aspect of the games released in 2017 was the fact that we got a masterpiece in each genre. […]

Some of the Absolutely Best RPGs So Far

by Ramesh Radhakrishnanon Monday, 21 January 2019, 11:31 pm
With games like Overwatch and Fortnight taking centre stage in the world of gaming, and with several game franchises moving into the world of online, storyline-free gameplay, it’s easy to think that the days of role-playing, heavily story guided gameplay are over. Well, think again, because role-playing games are far from over. In fact, throughout […]

Backlog Burner Episode 21 :: Ryse- Son of Rome

by Jay Krishnanon Saturday, 19 January 2019, 6:48 pm
Crytek is known for two things- creating games that make you go “hot damn! This looks good!” and making a play on words with the letter Y. I mean just look at it: Far CrY, CrYsis, RYse and even CrYEngine. What’s next, TrYing Too Hard? There was a time when gamers worldwide hailed Crytek as the Messiah of […]

Backlog Burner Episode 20 :: Dragon Age Inquisition

by IndianNoobon Saturday, 12 January 2019, 1:31 am
There are 2 reasons that I did not play Dragon Age Inquisition when it first came out: I was already playing the Witcher 3, and I only have space for 1 RPG in my life at any point in time. The game was not available in India either physically or in the digital store. 3 […]

Malkyr’s Studio Revolutionizes Collectible Card Games with a New Interactive Card Game

by arkadyution Sunday, 30 December 2018, 11:33 pm
When you imagine collectible card games, you generally imagine digital or physical card games. Either the collection of cards is completely online, stored on some distant server, only accessed at the time of playing such that the cards cannot be touched or felt, or they are tangible by nature, meaning that the cards can be […]

The Cato Awards :: Indiannoob GOTY 2018 List

by IndianNoobon Sunday, 30 December 2018, 1:21 pm
2018 was a special year when it came to video games. There were so many good games to choose from that we almost didn’t do the IndianNoob GOTY awards this year. But an image of a cat holding a copy of Rainbow Six Seige inspired us to get together and pick one game each editor […]

Backlog Burner Episode 19 :: Sunset Overdrive

by Jay Krishnanon Saturday, 29 December 2018, 5:54 pm
Open world games and I are not on good terms these days. Rewind time to 2012 and you’ll find a 19-year-old who just couldn’t get enough of open world shenanigans. So what happened between us two? Maybe I grew out of that phase like a person getting past his fear of spiders. Wait…I don’t think that’s […]

State Of Noob Address 2018 :: Expanding Beyond Infinity

by IndianNoobon Wednesday, 26 December 2018, 5:13 am
To be honest, that’s a little far fetched. We are definitely in the realm of finite numbers right now. Having said that though, we definitely did expand into various avenues this year, and we would love to tell you all about it. Let the self-boasting begin. Views 2018 is now officially the best year when […]

Revisiting TRON 2.0

by Sailesh Singhon Wednesday, 19 December 2018, 6:55 pm
>the grid()- A digital frontier. A vast landscape shimmering opulently with a neon palette, where binary digits flow up from the ground towards the darkened skies and panels of data make up for the clouds. And you, a user, have entered it, albeit accidentally, while looking for your dad. If you have ever wondered what the […]
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