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June 25, 2020

Gaming Trends in 2020: Here Is What You Should Know

The year 1972 saw the birth of modern gaming when Andy Capp’s Tavern (a bar in California) debuted Pong. As people gathered to have a go at ricocheting a single pixel between two rectangles, who would have thought that a 120-billion-dollar industry was on the rise? Now look how far we’ve come. As 2020 happens […]

June 11, 2020

How to Easily Share Games on Steam

For many of us, Steam is the ultimate destination for playing, sharing, discussing, and creating games. It is an excellent gaming platform that features around 30,000 games – from AAA to indie, there are myriads of titles you can indulge yourself with. At any moment, about 3 million gamers are playing on Steam and over […]

April 1, 2020

The Best Gaming Services in 2020: Here’s How Cloud Gaming Is Changing Things

Before I say something that will make you roll your eyes, let me first make this clear: I know the prospects of cloud gaming can be exaggerated at times. To tell the truth, advertisers seem to be a bit on the hyperbolic side of things. Now that I have cleared the air, we can both […]

March 6, 2020

How to easily share any game client

So, you need to transfer a game client or large patch. While this job might seem easy at first glance, my dear fellow, you’re in for a bumpy ride. The catch is, almost every file sharing service you know is not shy about imposing file size limits on uploads. That’s what I, being a naïve […]

August 19, 2019

How to Record and Share Gameplay on The PlayStation 4

Your PlayStation has come from afar and now boasts of having some of the best features a gamer could ever need. One of these is the ability to record and share gameplay from your console. The ability to save and share playthroughs and gameplay moments is the highlight of a gaming experience. Most successful gamers […]

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