Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: 6 Tips To Get The Upper Hand On Your Opponents In COD WWII

By Jon Scarr

Call of Duty: WWII gives the franchise a new lease on life by ironically returning to its World War 2 roots. With almost every aspect of the game being overhauled, long time vertrans of the series have found themselves having to start over when it comes to multiplayer gun battles.

Read my 6 tips to get the upper hand on your opponents in CoD WWII

Friday, December 22, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: 3 Driving Tips To Boost Your GT Sport Qualifying Times

By Jon Scarr

Gran Turismo Sport was built from the ground up to give race fans new and old a totally new and fresh experience. It moves slightly away from being a driving simulator and towards competitive racing and the esports arena. It features global online competitions that are sanctioned by the FIA (Federation International Automobile), the world’s motoring governing body.

Read my 3 Driving Tips to boost your GT Sport Qualifying times

Thursday, December 21, 2017

By Jon Scarr

Creative Labs are the masters of sounds cards. They released their very first sound cards back in 1987 and since then, their name has gone on to become synonymous with high quality audio for PC gamers. Creative have released of a pro gaming sound card called the Sound BlasterX AE-5. With hopes to revive dedicated sound cards, Creative has decided to focus on the eSports arena and pro gamers.

Let’s take a look to see what the Sound BlasterX AE-5 has to offer pro gamers and the eSports crowd.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: The Best Tips To Take Your CoD WWII Game To The Next Level

By Jon Scarr

If there is one thing that is inevitable in Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer mode it is death. While there is no way around it, you can always find ways to survive longer and take down your enemy. To be competitive in CoD WWII, you have to be at the top of your game.

Check out the best tips to take your COD WWII game to the next level

Monday, December 18, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: Middle-Earth Shadow of War Tips and Tricks

By Jon Scarr

The sequel to 2014’s well-received Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Middle-earth: Shadow of War is here. Originally scheduled to release in August, Shadow of War was delayed by Warner Bros. Interactive for two months to make sure the game was the best it could be for fans.

Check out these Middle-earth: Shadow of War Tips and Tricks

Friday, December 15, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: Forza Motorsport 7 Review

By Jon Scarr

The third entry in the Forza Motorsport franchise on the Xbox One is here, Forza Motorsport 7. Built from the ground up to showcase off the stunning power of the Xbox One X, Turn 10 Studios has done a superb job all around with the game. 

Read my review of Forza Motorsport 7

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: Tips To Snipe And Quickscope Better in CoD WWII

By Jon Scarr

Being able to snipe and quickscope in Call of Duty WWII is one of the more useful skills to have in competitive play. Not only do you have to worry about weapon sway, but you’ll have to decide which attachments you should use on your weapons in order to be successful.

Check out my Tips to Snipe and Quickscope better in COD WWII.

Friday, December 8, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: Gran Turismo Sport Review

By Jon Scarr

Racing fans, the wait is over. After what seems like a  long four years, Gran Turismo Sport has finally arrived on the PlayStation 4. The franchise has been known for being one of the most realistic racing simulation games and now casual and hardcore PlayStation 4 owners can now get behind the wheel of some of the fastest cars in the world.

Check out my Gran Turismo Sport Review

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Inside WorldGaming: Xbox One X My Thoughts and Impressions

By Jon Scarr

The next level in console gaming is finally here! First teased at E3 2016 and officially revealed as the Xbox One X at E3 2017, this console was built from the ground up to primarily play games at 4K resolution. Touted as the world’s most powerful console, and it is, I’ve spent the last few weeks with Microsoft’s new mid-generation update.

Here are my thoughts and impressions on the console.