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The Walking Dead: The Final Season Will Return In January 2019


The Walking Dead: The Final Season Will Return In January 2019

With the sudden closure of Telltale Games this past September, there were many doubts about the conclusion of the Final Season of the developer’s seminal adventure game series The Walking Dead.

During the Kinda Funny Games Showcase, however, it was revealed that next episode of The Final Season will arrive on January 15, 2019,

with many of the core developers returning to finish out the conclusion to Telltale Games’ seminal adventure game series.

In the trailer for Episode 3: Broken Toys,

we saw Clementine looking after another survivor during the zombie apocalypse, with a voiceover from the first season’s protagonist Lee reflecting on her growth.

Over the course of the four seasons, Clementine has grown from a vulnerable character that needed guidance, to one of the series’ most hardened survivors.

The trailer closed out with the twitter hashtag, #StillNotBitten, referencing a line said by Clementine during trailer.

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The best upcoming games of 2019 (and beyond)


Top Ten Upcoming Games 2019

1  Far Cry  New Dawn 

Our first game is far cry new dawn.

Introducing Far Cry New Dawn, the standalone sequel to Far Cry 5.

Watch the World Premiere trailer and discover how Hope County, Montana has changed seventeen years after a global nuclear catastrophe.

Far Cry New Dawn releases February 15, 2019 for $39.99 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


2  Mortal kombat 11

Our second game is mortal kombat 11

It’s official, Mortal Kombat 11 is scheduled to launch on April 23 for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC


3  Warcraft 3 reforged

Our third game is warcraft 3 reforged

released before 31st dec 2019


4  death stranding

Our fourth game is death stranding

Death Stranding is an upcoming action game developed by Kojima Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation 4.


5  Anthem

Our fifth game is anthem

Anthem is an upcoming online multiplayer action role-playing video game being developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts.

The game is slated for a worldwide release for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 22, 2019


6  beyond good and evil 2

Our sixth game is beyond good and evil 2

Beyond Good and Evil 2 is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Montpellier and published by Ubisoft.


7  the last of us 2

Our seventh game is last of us 2

The Last of Us Part II is an upcoming action-adventure game developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation 4.


8  cyberpunk 2077

Our 8th game is cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 is an upcoming role-playing video game developed and published by CD Projekt, releasing for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.


9   the division 2

Our ninth game is the division 2

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is an upcoming online action role-playing video game developed by Massive Entertainment and published by Ubisoft.

The game will be released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 15, 2019


10  ghost of tsushima

Our last game is ghost of tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4

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Fallout 76 Review (PC) maggd review: It Just Doesn’t Work

fallout 76

Fallout 76 is an online action role-playing game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. Being Bethesda’s first-ever multiplayer game, Fallout 76 released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 14, 2018.





Story & Narrative

As you all might have heard, Fallout 76 is not your typical Fallout when it comes to the story. Gone are the choice and character-driven storylines and in are MMO style fetch and ‘go there kill’ X quests. The story is basically to find out what happened in the aftermath of the bombs coming down in New Virginia and make the Appalachia wasteland a hospitable place for everyone. You have some of the major Fallout factions here and there scattered throughout the map, trying to hold strategic points of importance, and as expected, there are quite a few loopholes in the lore of the New Virginian chapter of the factions (*cough* Brotherhood of Steel *cough*).

Gameplay & Mechanics

Before getting into the meat of the game, let me make something clear. Fallout 76is not a finished game. Not even close. It’s an early access game which is ironically not in an early access program. It’s a multiplayer reskin of Fallout 4 at best and an uninspired and bland attempt at a survival RPG at worst.


I’ll summarise my Fallout 76 experience in a few sentences:

Roam around an empty and lifeless area, follow up on some generic fetch quests, discover a location, shoot at enemies stuck in T-pose with their AI script turned off, kill the brain-dead enemies using guns that feel just ‘ok’ to use, loot their bodies, see the message ‘you are encumbered’ pop up, walk at snail’s pace to the next location, break down/craft items to remove encumbered status, get kicked out of a server, join another, watch the same stuff over again, press exit, computer locks up and forcefully log out of Windows to get it all back up.

This is just the tip of the iceberg in Fallout 76 as far as the issues are concerned. You’d be hard-pressed to play through the game without any issues for more than 10 minutes, at least that was the case with me.

But if you happen to enjoy the game despite these issues, or haven’t encountered them (unlikely), I understand.

In fact, the reason this review took so long to be completed is that I didn’t want to come off as overly negative and make it sound like I’m hating on the game. But Bethesda studios is making it so hard not to. In paper, the idea of a multiplayer Fallout looks good and dandy but the execution is by far, one of the worst I’ve seen all year.

Some Rain Must Fall

But let’s talk about some of the positives for a second. As per Bethesda tradition, the world of Fallout 76 is massive with tonnes to see. Even though gameplay loop for the entirety of the playthrough remains the same, if you’re a guy who loves to explore massive areas and collect loot, there’s hundred’s of hours of content to be had here. I’ll talk about the quality of the said content further down. The weapon and armor customization is back from Fallout 4 and thanks to it, hardly any weapon or armor feel truly ‘useless’. The new SPECIAL system with deck building is pretty nice, even though the focus on RNG is too high. The weapon and monster design are very well done even if you’ll be fighting the same type ghouls and mole rats for a large part of the game.




Too Much Has Fallen in Fallout 76

Fallout 76 compromises on a lot of stuff traditional to “Fallout” just to keep up with the multiplayer hype. The game keeps looping through the same ‘explore, kill, explore’ routine over and over again, and after an initial tutorial, you’re even bound to forget that you have some primitive sort of base building in the game.

The quality of the quests have fallen too hard, and the game world feels barren even when there are a few people logged into the server. I even got into a server where I was literally the only person playing.

The lack of NPCs really delivered a low-blow to the game. Without the presence of charming NPCs to ease your transition into the world and events, the Appalachia wasteland comes off as the most uninspired setting in a mainline Fallout game to date. Such a shame really since there are a couple of cool locations like the Mothman Museum and Wavy Willards waterpark.

Stuck in One Too Many Roads 

Generally speaking, Fallout 76 had a lot of promise when it was first advertised, though people would have preferred a singleplayer game with some coop done right so that the classic Fallout balance and essence could be sustained. What we got instead, is a monstrosity no one really wants.

The game was advertised as a survival RPG, and even during E3 2018, seemed to be that way. I must admit,

Rust raids back in the day were pretty fun with the squad. Bethesda’s attempt at playing the populist card by making Fallout 76 have features of many games at once ended in it inventing a good-for-no-one genre of its own. The game fails to play like an MMO, though somehow resembling the quests of an MMO, with the sole reason that the world is an undivided wasteland without any NPCs (except the occasional surviving robots and the traders).


The game fails spectacularly at being the survival game it was advertised to be, as there’s no real focus on killing other players, raiding them, collecting materials for base building, and preventing other players from raiding you. The PvP is unrewarding and unbalanced. There is no real incentive in attacking or killing players, thus discouraging any form of organized raiding.

Visuals & Performace

Visually, Fallout 76 doesn’t look or feel any different from its predecessor to a point where it’s easy to accuse the developers of asset flipping. There are some improvements here and there like enhanced lighting and texture quality. But you’d be hard pressed to notice such improvements while playing the game.

The game was tested on the following specs:

  • Intel Core i5 7500 3.40Ghz
  • GTX 1070 8 GB
  • 8×2 GB  2400Mhz DDR4 Ram
  • Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
  • Kingston 256 Gigs SSD

Fallout 76 ran at a locked 63 fps before unlocking it through ini files and between 60-90 fps after the unlock. Yet, there are constant fps drops and hiccups to the 40s due to the game loading areas and streaming textures right as you’re walking around. The number of object pop-ups are the absolute worst I’ve seen since Risen 2: Dark Waters. The low FOV doesn’t help either. Even on an SSD, the game takes just too long to load.


Sound and Music

Thankfully, Fallout 76 delivers when it comes to music and sound. The creepy and melancholic ambient music composed by Inon Zur is just amazing and so are the licensed soundtracks. There are some familiar as well as new 40s and 50s blues and jazz music that makes you want to go ‘set the world on fire’. Weapon and enemy sounds are also well done with sufficient bass and beefiness to it (when they don’t glitch out that is).


Fallout 76 stumbles on its feet and falls flat as both a Fallout game and a multiplayer survival RPG. The game is a technical mess with bland quests, disappointing open world, underwhelming survival mechanics and brain-dead AI. It should have been an early access title, or at the very least, should have spent another 6 months in the polishing room. There are lots of things to spend that hard-earned $60 in right now and Fallout 76 isn’t one of them.



if you want to buy this game


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Darksiders III is  action-adventure video game developed by American studio Gunfire Games and published by THQ Nordic. It is a sequel to Darksiders II and the third game in the Darksiders series. The game was released on November 27, 2018 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One It is a single player game.our Protagonist is a female character name is fury the third of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Your and Fury mission is want to kill seven deadliest sins. And save the planet. Game is well designed . graphics is awesome . story is good . more understandable if you play darksiders series before. Controls are easy but practiced for mastered them. weapons and powers are very well designed. bosses and enemies are pretty much difficult to defeat .

in my opion this game more like devil may cry but better in story.

rating :- 9/10


  • Unique abilities
  • Interesting story
  • Great level design


  • Inconsistent autosaves