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Since Ark: Survival Evolved gets ready to leave early access on august 29, there is a new virtual reality game in the works based on the action-adventure title that takes all of the dino-focused gameplay and puts players in a theme park experience reminiscent of Jurassic Park, a franchise that is valued at over $3.6 billion at the moment. The game: Ark Park.
You can never tell what the next big thing will be. Whether it’s a movie, TV show, a certain character, a video game, books, music, clothes or whatever you can never guess what will take the world by storm. Sometimes it can be the right time and place for something to become popular or quality will demand attention. Whatever it is that grabs people’s notice will be enjoyed, discussed, analysed and obsessed over and very few things have achieved this as much as Game of Thrones.
With the advent of Free to Play (F2P) games on consoles, players are nowadays a bit more used to paying real money for in-game currency when needed. You might want to purchase that cool looking skin instead of having to open dozens of loot crates of a “maybe.” You could maybe need some extra energy in a game or two and buying a refill with some in-game currency speeds up the process and allows you to continue playing. And then there’s paying real money for the in-game currency of something like the F2P Casino games on PlayStation 4.
When people think about the PlayStation 4, the first thing that usually comes to mind is massive AAA games such as Uncharted, God of War and the recent Final Fantasy XV. However, what few people know is that the console is also a gateway to many great and addictive gambling games.
With the release of PlayStation VR starts the chance of immersing yourself in a new gaming experience. Unfortunately, some people have a few problems with VR. The big one is they get sick when playing games with fast movement. This is a fact that players all over the world are reporting. Sure, it doesn’t happen to everyone, but it does make you think: maybe the technology needs a couple of extra years in research and development? Maybe more powerful consoles are needed so that this doesn’t happen?