So in my last article, I talked about what a digital nomad is and how to see if you’re ready to be one. You can read that article here. As I’ve said before, and as I will say countless more times, being a digital nomad is tough. If it doesn’t suit your personality, you are not going to like it. Like everything in life, it requires a lot of hard work and dedication; it is not the glamorous lifestyle that some people make it out to be. But you have probably heard an “internet marketing guru” talk about how it’s the most amazing thing ever. Well, internet newbie, you need to be aware of scams. If I were trying to sell you something, I would probably tell you that I could make all of your dreams come true. Now, maybe being a digital nomad does indeed sound like a dream, but it’s also not 100% lounging by a pool in a tropical land of magic. Again, if I were trying to sell you something, I’d show you a picture like this: This is me… … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Guide On How To Find A Digital Nomad Job
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Having first started the Korean Closed Beta in early 2018, Blade II: The Return of Evil is finally on the verge of its English global launch. Developed by Action Square and published by 4:33 Creative Lab, an early English version of the mobile action RPG appeared last week. I am presuming it is the soft-launch phase, hence there were no announcements made. Although I have tried the Korean server, I thought it would be best to give some comments purely based on the current English version. Hopefully the game will get better! The Good • Blade II: The Return of Evil’s main selling point is definitely the game graphics powered by Unreal Engine 4. If you need a game to test out how fast your phone becomes an oven, look no further than this title. • I love the character system in Blade II: The Return of Evil. Basically, you can switch characters anytime and the PVE dungeon progress will be the same for all 4 playable characters. For example, if I use the Assassin as my main … [Read more...] about – Quick look at starting gameplay of English version
Sony Pictures, Ghost Corps, publisher FourThirtyThree Inc. (4:33), and developer Next Age today announced the global launch of Ghostbusters World for iOS and Android devices. Now available as a free download from the Apple App Store and Google Play, Ghostbusters World offers a fun, fresh take on location-based mobile AR games with iconic characters from the huge Ghostbusters universe and a variety of gameplay modes with an RPG twist. Ghostbusters World allows players to fulfill their childhood dreams of following in the footsteps of ghost-busting greats like Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler, and Winston Zeddmore by strapping on a proton pack and going out on patrol. Neighborhoods around the world are more haunted than ever and you’re the one that’s gonna be called. There are hundreds of ghosts, including favorites from the films, TV shows, comic books, and video games that you can capture in the real world and then utilize in teams to battle in the ghost … [Read more...] about – New AR mobile game launches worldwide
Survival sandboxes have certainly come a long way in the last couple of years. Not only has the number of new genres exploded (as evidenced by our three different guides!), but the number of titles within each genre has grown as well. Players really have quite a selection of games to choose from. And all those games are competing for your attention and time. So how do you decide which game is right for you? If only someone would make a handy dandy comparison guide… Well now, it looks like you are in luck! If you are interested in the sci-fi genre, and you love the idea of rebuilding your life after crash landing on some exotic, unknown alien planet, this guide is for you. Today I’ll be comparing and contrasting aspects of six games I have played that meet this exact criteria: Osiris: New Dawn, ROKH, Outpost Zero, Fragmented, Planet Nomads, and Subnautica. (Note: Planet Nomads and Subnautica are single-player only.) This won’t delve into every detail of each game, … [Read more...] about The Survivalist: Which sci-fi crash site survival sandbox should you play?
Get Guild Wars 2 Path of FireI have had plenty of time to digest the rest of Guild Wars 2‘s A Bug in the System since the first part of my deep-dive went live, and I can’t wait to finally bring you the second half of my thoughts on the story so far. The episode was an absolute delight to play through and the creative direction for the episode really shone through. From clever mechanics to lore-rich environs, this episode really did have it all, and I just can’t wait for instalment three! In this edition of Flameseeker Chronicles, I’ll finish off my summary and appraisal of the latest story drop, including my high and low points as I wrap up. Just as with the first part, this article is best read after completion of the episode if you’re worried about spoilers, though tags will be used where needed to avoid the biggest spoilers. Where I left off Just in case you missed part one and don’t have time to catch up right now, I’ll fill you … [Read more...] about Flameseeker Chronicles: Deep-diving Guild Wars 2’s A Bug in the System (part 2)