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The Most HYPE Games on PS5 including Spider Man, Resident Evil, Stray (game), Demon Soul, and more…
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We are basically living in a 1950’s vision of the future — without the flying cars and robot butlers, sure, but a future filled with advanced, personalized technology nonetheless. For example, take gaming: just a handful of years ago, playing on your phone meant playing Snake or Tetris (if you were really lucky).
What drives you to play? Why do you prefer one platform over another? Just like how we argue over Mario Vs. Sonic or PUBG vs. Fortnite, we all have our reasons for getting attached to certain consoles and platforms. Through GameTree’s Gamer DNA, we can see beyond any general fondness for a platform and into the data driving our preferences. For example, based on the infographic below, the biggest reason people seem to play on PC is for “Status” — if this wasn’t true, then the “PC Master Race” meme would probably never exist.
“Coronavirus” is the first thing that comes to mind lately when thinking about a pandemic. News of the virus is almost impossible to avoid, and the outbreak has left millions displaced, isolated, and disconnected from the world. There’s another problem that arises from this. It’s different, but still pretty dangerous. Something that might’ve infected you already, and that no amount of facemasks, toilet paper, or hand sanitizer stockpiling can cure. We’re talking about loneliness. Read More »Is Social Isolation Killing You?
The world has been facing a loneliness problem for a long time. Getting everyone to self-isolate and have as little human contact as possible to avoid virus infections doesn’t make things any easier. Surprisingly, the big solution to this might be…GAMING!
We understand that people are going through a lot right now, what with the COVID-19 virus keeping us all in our homes, and probably in need of some way to spend the time. Worry not, because we’re here to help! Here at GameTree, we are still hard at work to give you the best game recommendations and friends to play with, even during these trying times. Let us recommend you 5 games that you can use with our app and have a great time in the safety of your home:
Over the years, many of us gamers may recall being repeatedly told over and over that video games make the brain rot—whether by our own mothers or teachers. However, science is starting to prove the opposite.