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January 2015 Top Games of the Month

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This Urban Gameplay video reflects on what I consider was January 2015 Most Wanted Video Games That No Gamer Wants To Miss!

Well in saying that these are the Top Games of the months for January 2015.

Introduction of new consoles and continuous improvements in PCs have helped gamers a lot. Now, you can play your favorite game on PlayStation, X-box or Microsoft Windows. While some games do not support Windows, their revised versions are actively made to engage a bigger community of gamers who don’t have PS and x-box. Following is a list of six games that are appreciated, played and highly liked by the gamers around the world.

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected and gat Out of Hell

Saint Row IV presents you with a group leader of saints that was a street gang before becoming the world’s most powerful organization. The player has to become the president of the United States and get superpowers to stop the alien invasion. You have to carry out some main and side missions while roaming around the city. It has a funny script where a lot of typical jokes take unexpected turns and the leave the gamer smiling.

Saints Row IV Re-Elected and gat Out of Hell Game of the month January 2015

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

It is an action puzzle video game that was published by Nintendo. This game is derived from Mario series that was based upon a mini game presented in Super Mario 3D world. Captain Toad: Treasure tracker presents Amiibo figures. The gamer is depicted as Captain Toad that is also an Amiibo figure, and can also act as his companion Toadette. Safely crossing a series of hurdles gives you a gold star at the end of the level.
Even before its release, the game was quoted to be the best Nintendo spin-off in years. Gamers liked it to be a fun game and it earned an aggregated score of 81.01% on GameRankings.

Captain Toad Tracker Game of the Month January 2015

Resident Evil HD Remaster

Resident Evil is a survival horror video game that was initially supported by the PlayStation only. The game received positive comments at large on carrying the best title in the Resident Evil series. It was said to be the most visually impressive video game while some publications also described it as the most-scary video game.
HD Remaster edition was released in 2014-2015 that is supported by Windows, PS3, PS4, x-box 360 and x-box 1.

Dying Light

It is a survival horror video game that was published by Warner Bros. The game is carried out in a city named Harran where an undercover agent is sent to intrude a quarantine area. This place is full of zombies and has a day and night cycle. The game received positive comments in general with regards to admiring combats, graphics, supportive multiplayer and day-night cycle.
The game received negative feedback due to some technical issues, storyline and difficulty. However, Dying Light was the best seller title for the month of January 2015.

Dying Light Game of the month January 2015

Citizens of Earth

In Citizens of Earth the gamer is the Vice President of Earth who recruits people of unique abilities and send them to battles. While the people fight for him, he figures out what is happening on the earth. Customization is a significant feature of the game where you can change the background music, the time, the zoom element and even the weather.

Citizens-of-Earth-VP-House Game of the Month Jan 2015

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10 Must Buy Games November 2018

What games should you buy in November 2018?

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As we draw closer to November 2018, I wanted to take a closer look at 10 games I think you should consider picking up. 

  1. 1 Hitman 2


    Unravel the past of the elusive Shadow Client as you track your targets across 6 new exotic locations and improvise the biggest kills in franchise history.

    I been a hitman fan since Hitman 2 silence assassin which I played on my original Xbox and I don’t think since then I have played a bad hitman game so for me this is without doubt the game that I am most looking forward to play in November 2018.

  2. 2 Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu!/Eevee!


    Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! bring the experience of a classic Pokémon RPG to Nintendo Switch with gameplay that is easily approachable for newcomers to the series, but is also deep enough to keep veteran Trainers on their toes. 

    Keeping it real I personally have never really religiously followed the Pokemon games. I did play Pokemon GO on the mobile for a bit but probably off the top of my mind the last Pokemon game that I spent countless hours playing was Pokemon Stadium on the N64. With that being said something about the Lets Go Pokemon games on the switch has a crazy appeal and I will be collecting my Eevee version come launch day.

  3. 3 Battlefield V


    To me battlefield games have never really failed to amaze me and therefore its a no brainer to grab this game for those who really enjoy a solid FPS experience. Visually and conceptually this game is going to be doing bits on release.

  4. 4 Fallout 76


    In Fallout 76 you are Under the threat of nuclear annihilation, you’ll experience the largest, most dynamic world ever created in the legendary Fallout universe.

    I still need to finish fallout 4 as I just never got to the end but something about Fallout 76 is making me want to skip 4 and grab this game. It looks really cool and I do actually like the online element of it.

  5. 5 Spyro Reignited Trilogy


    This remastered Spyro collection will contain Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon all in one great HD pack! Ill be honest I was never a Spyro the dragon fanatic as I didn’t own a PS1 and I always looked at this game as a cheap Banjo-Kazooie but when I played the game on the PS3 I have to admit that it was a really good play former and now getting the chance to play the trilogy with HD graphics on the PS4 is pretty awesome.

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Over the years, there have been a vast amount of Simpsons games that have tried their very best to encapsulate what made the classic cartoon what was so great. While some of them were complete and utter flops, there are a number of Simpson’s games that are incredibly good, even to today’s standards. Of all of these games, I’ve compiled the top 5 that I’d consider the best Simpsons games of all!

5. Bart VS The Space Mutants

Top 5 Simpsons Games of All Time

Bart VS The Space Mutants may have been the very first Simpsons game to ever be released, but that’s not the only thing that has cemented itself a place on this list. As you can tell, you play as Bart Simpson and by the looks of things, a large amount of space mutants have come to take over Springfield, with Bart being the only one (for some reason) to stop them.

The game plays out like a typical side-scrolling platformer on the NES and while both the game and the console were known for being relatively difficult, amongst fans this is considered one of the best Simpsons games to date; which is even more impressive when you consider that this game came out originally in 1991.

4. The Simpsons (Arcade)

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The Simpsons – also known as The Simpsons Arcade – is a side-scrolling beat-em up game that came out in the early days of 1991. This game was exclusively designed for arcades; due to the fact no home consoles had the kind of power that was required to run this game. Despite this, the game managed to do incredibly well and not only is it considered one of the best Simpsons games of all times, but also one of the best beat-em up arcade titles ever to be released.

When it came to the gameplay, it had the usual beat-em up style of picking from a number of characters, like Homer, Bart, Marge, and Lisa, and effectively beat the life out of anyone that game your way. Even though the game may have a story that is incredibly forgettable, the overall gameplay made it an incredible title for the Simpsons brand.

3. The Simpsons: Bart’s Nightmare

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Bart’s Nightmare was a similar title to that of Bart VS The Space Mutants, where you play as Bart Simpson in a side-scrolling version of Springfield. The game starts out with Bart falling asleep at his desk as he makes a start on his homework, which leads to his own “nightmare” and it’s your job to get him out of it as soon as you possibly can.

Filled to the brim with Simpsons characters we all know and love, along with aesthetics that may not look quite as stunning in regards to what we have today, but in terms of a retro title, it’s managed to keep its look pretty well over the year. Originally released for the SNES in 1992, this right here is a Simpsons game that deserves its place on this particular list.

2. The Simpsons Game

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The Simpsons Game released around the same time as the first-ever Simpsons movie and it led to the game selling incredibly well, but it also helped the fact that the game was getting some serious traction at the time for all it had been doing. As far as Simpsons games go, this one followed the same formula of the Simpsons family getting launched into a whole heap of a mess that only the Simpsons could find themselves getting into.

It played out as a 3D, action-platforming, and had the player enjoying a variety of different locations that the Simpsons have found themselves in over the years, such as the “land of chocolate.” Regardless of age, any fan of the Simpsons had this game back when it was released on the PS2 in 2007 and still holds up really well in 2017.

1. The Simpsons: Hit & Run

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No list of the “best” Simpsons games should not be without the one game that anyone could load up right now, and still have more fun than some of the games that have come out nearly 15 years after Hit & Run’s original release. Some coin it as the “Grand Theft Auto” for the Simpsons universe, and just one quick look at the gameplay would explain exactly why.

You find yourself playing as numerous members of the Simpsons family and even those that aren’t, like Apu, and set off to do missions for a myriad of different Simpsons characters. Some of these missions have you racing around Springfield to get that errand done on time or maybe you’re just feeling like hijacking some poor fellow’s car and running down every post box you come across. There’s a lot to love in this one Simpsons game and it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that it’s the number one title on this list, because in the eyes of many Simpsons fans and gamers alike; this game is absolutely incredible.

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In the month of May, we’ve got a number of brand new games that you’re not going to want to miss out on. Unfortunately, there are only so many games we can pick up in one month, so I’ve decided to compile a list of the top 10 games that come out next month that you’re not going to want to miss out on if you can help it.

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10 – Don’t Starve Mega Pack

Don’t Starve: Don’t Starve is an uncompromising wilderness survival game full of science and magic. You play as Wilson, an intrepid Gentleman Scientist who has been trapped by a demon and transported to a mysterious wilderness world. Wilson must learn to exploit his environment and its inhabitants if he ever hopes to escape and find his way back home. Enter a strange and unexplored world full of strange creatures, dangers, and surprises. Gather resources to craft items and structures that match your survival style. Play your way as you unravel the mysteries of this strange land.

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