It is the end of the year. Time to take a closer look at some of the best posts released this year. For gamers, the last year was a memorable year. The next generation of consoles was released and some great games launched after years of waiting. Below, you find an entire overview of some of the best posts and content of 2020.

In the last year, even more blog posts and content were published on this blog. It required hard work, but the support is incredible. The merchandise store and gameplay videos were a small success as well. Now, it is time to take a look at some of the best posts and moments of 2020.

Where does this blog stand after two years of hard work and content creation? Here are some of the best blog posts of this year.

How one game perfected and defined the looter shooter genre | Opinion

In recent years, we have seen some great and terrible loot-based shooting games. The looter shooter genre has been around for some time now, but one game redefined the use of colour-coded loot and role-playing mechanics in these games. The level of customisation, memorable missions and characters helps to distinguish the game from other shooters.

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What would you prefer in games, graphics or gameplay? | Opinion

The next generation of consoles is ready to be released later this year. A few weeks ago, Microsoft showed gameplay footage of some of the games being published on their next generation console. The gameplay of Halo Infinite has been the highlight of the gameplay showcase. However, the footage of the game did not exactly impress the viewers.

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How to make your desktop computer quieter | Tutorial

A loud desktop computer can be a distraction. If your desktop computer sounds too loud, you can take a few steps to reduce the noise. It is often possible to reduce the volume by a few decibels with some small adjustments to the system. These steps can help you create a quieter desktop computer and find the source of the problem.

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How The Sims helped me understand an architect | Opinion

Some professions and fields of study require a specific terminology that is difficult to understand as an outsider. Meeting a group of architects to discuss a design or building is an unique experience. However, very few individuals without the correct knowledge of architectural styles and elements could understand the entire description.

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How to reduce and remove background noise in audio recordings | Tutorial

Noise in audio recordings is the most common problem in online video and podcasts. Better equipment makes the audio sound great, but the knowledge of audio and audio editors may have an even larger impact on the professionalism of your audio recording. These steps help you reduce the background noise in audio recordings and create more professional and clear content.

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How the time in quarantine helped me rediscover the world of video games | Opinion

After a working day, you have often spent several hours behind a desk looking at a computer screen. When you get home, you often do not want to turn on the computer or game console to continue your adventures in the games. The time in quarantine offers me more free time to rediscover the lost interests in games and technology.

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Here are some tips to create a more ergonomic workspace or gaming setup | Tutorial

If you are someone who spends most of your day behind a desk at work or at home, chances are you know how awful this makes you feel at the end of your workday. Here are some helpful tips to create a more ergonomic and comfortable workspace or gaming setup. Poor ergonomic practices may lead to a less productive work environment and physical pain.

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Should downloadable content be added to the base game at no additional cost? | Opinion

In a time where most downloadable content in games exists of microtransactions and paid customisation options, the additional expansion packs Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine of The Witchers 3 - Wild Hunt remain an exception. In the past, the release of larger, sometimes even standalone, expansion packs was more common.

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Game remakes are great or pointless, depending on who you ask | Opinion

The latest version of The Legend of Zelda - Link’s Awakening is a trip down memory lane for a lot of older gamers. This remake retains the top-down perspective and gameplay from the original release, but adds a handful of smaller additions to further enhance the gameplay experience to modern standards.

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Xbox Series X, a closer look at the next generation of games and console hardware | Opinion

Last month, Microsoft presented their next generation console at The Game Awards. The Xbox Series X seems to be a more cubical version of the compact Corsair One gaming desktop, but the design of the console is not the sole resemblance with more traditional computer hardware. It is time to take a closer look at the next generation of console hardware.

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After a successful year and even better content and more readers, it is time to look forward to the next year and the content to come. To the readers of this blog, may you have a lot of friendship, games and technology to experience. Hope to see you next year for even more content!

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