Best Game Nobody Played of 2018

VGChartz’s Taneli Palola: “As is always the case, especially in a year such as this, some games will unfortunately get lost and overlooked by most people regardless of their overall quality. These days there are so many amazing games being released practically every single week that there just isn’t enough time for all of them to get their time in the spotlight. It’s an unfortunate reality of the video game industry, and the following four games sadly never quite reached the heights that their quality would warrant.”

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Author: N4G

ATLAS Low Memory Mode – What is Low Memory Mode and How to Use It?

From GameWatcher: “ATLAS is not a game for low-end PCs, that much is clear, but that doesn’t mean you can’t optimise the experience a tad bit better if your rig isn’t quite up-to-par.

ATLAS low memory mode is a special toggle that you can opt into using which will – in theory – make the game more playable on a rig that uses less than 16 GB of RAM. Down below you’ll find a handy guide on how to use it.”

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Author: N4G

ATLAS Ship of the Damned – How to Destroy a Ship of the Damned in ATLAS

From GameWatcher: “ATLAS has got a number of flaws that players may or may not choose to contend with, but one thing it’s not lacking is challenging gameplay.

ATLAS Ship of the Damned is a particularly nasty challenge in this game, and using anything short of high-end gear to take one on will end in your inevitable death. Good news, however, is that you can sink a Ship of the Damned, and here we’re going to give you some pointers on doing so.”

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Ranking the Best Multiplayer Games of 2018

COGconnected: Plenty of games feature a multiplayer add on, but this year saw some of the most innovative – and most importantly, fun – multiplayer experiences in recent memory with everything from Overcooked 2 to Smash Bros. to Call of Duty. Check inside to see who won Best Multiplayer game!

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Best Narrative of 2018

VGChartz’s Craig Snow: “This year’s shortlist for Best Narrative features a surprisingly wide range of genres, budget levels, and core storylines. From indie platformer Celeste, which tells a touching story of an anxious protagonist in Madeline; to AAA goliaths God of War and Red Dead Redemption 2, which demonstrate that AAA gaming isn’t without narrative substance; to Octopath Traveler, which successfully tugged on the nostalgia strings of more than a few JRPG fans; and finally Detroit: Become Human, which upheld Quantic Dream’s reputation for crafting interesting scenarios and game worlds.”

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Author: N4G