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Galea Razvan

I'm Razvan, a sports and first-person shooter enthusiast. I've always loved writing, even more so when it involves games. When I'm not playing on my PS3 or writing, I like to run exhausting cardio workouts, play soccer, watch a good movie, or read a good book.

League of Legends “naughty players” will not be ranked


According to a recent League of Legends forum feed, players who do not abide by the rules will not be ranked in online queues. The first official policy concerning the offenders of the game was released back in July. Since then, Riot Games has constantly trying to make changes, as many players were cutting corners or disregarding the game’s online ...

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iOS devices will be seeing Virtual Reality with AirVR


Since Oculus have introduced their Oculus Rift virtual reality headset on Kickstarter, many distinguished brands have been trying to take a shot at this futuristic device market. Sony launched their Morpheus Project recently, Google its Cardboard Project, while Samsung its Project Moonlight. The latest addition to this popular crowd is an independent design studio based in Toronto, called Metatecture. They’ve ...

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Nintendo announces additional DLC packs for Hyrule Warriors


The new hack and slash title from Team Ninja and Omega Studios, Hyrule Warriors is set to hit North-American shelves the following days. Game publisher, Nintendo confirmed that the game will be getting a series of DLCs which will feature new maps, characters, and a brand new arsenal of weapons. The players will be able to embrace the armors of ...

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The new Corsair Vengeance K70 RGB is what gamers need


Hardcore PC gamers have been acquainted with the Corsair gaming hardware for many years now. From mice to keyboards and headsets, Corsair has been doing it all. Recently, the renown manufacturer has announced that they will be shifting their focus towards gaming. Corsair has a new vision, and from now on, they would like to be perceived as a Gaming ...

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – List of Achievements revealed


Latest ground breaking first-person shooter in the Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has received a long achievements list, courtesy of IGN.com. Sledgehammer Games and Activision have big plans for the upcoming November title saying that this is the most complex Call of Duty yet. Producers are focusing their efforts in bringing to next-gen consoles and PC ...

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LittleBigPlanet 3 characters get hilarious MGS 5: Ground Zeroes outfits

LittleBigPlantet 3 characters get funny costumes

In recent Playstation news, upcoming puzzle-platformer, LittleBigPlanet 3 will be getting a brand new set of funny costumes, soon after the game will be officially released. “Some of you have been screaming to see more costumes for Sackboy’s new friends, so fresh from the Tokyo Game Show this past weekend, we are pleased to give everyone an exclusive teaser of ...

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The Moga Rebel: Your iPhone game controller

The Moga Rebel game controller for iPhone and iPad

Moga Rebel, the new premium game controller designed for iPhone and other Apple devices received a comprehensive review, courtesy of Techradar experts. As the Moga Pro was released over a year ago exclusively for Android operated devices, Apple’s iOS did not get the chance to enjoy a fully-sized dedicated gaming controller, until now. The Moga Rebel game controller is a licensed ...

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Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor gets over 30 minutes of PC gameplay


Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is the upcoming action-role playing title from Monolith Productions with a lot offer to this gaming genre. So far, the game has not been getting the attention it deserves, but this might be about to change after the 30 plus minutes of PC gameplay walk-through developers showcased at the Game24 Event. The fans will be seeing ...

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Android L is coming on Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4


Android 5.0 OS, also known as Android L or Android Lion is set to receive the most complex update Google has ever performed on its in-house-made operating system. The Android L will have a completely new design and a series of new features. Also, it will provide 32 bit and 64 bit support, and this will most definitely change the ...

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