Does Star Citizen Offer Solid Survival Gameplay Elements Yet?

By Shaan Khan It’s been nearly ten years since Cloud Imperium Games (CIG) announced Star Citizen on Kickstarter. The game successfully crowdsourced all its funding and has been in development ever since—currently playable in an unfinished alpha state. What has led Star Citizen to stay in development longer than any other video game? Furthermore, why... Continue Reading →

Will Bethesda’s Starfield focus more on Space Survival than Fantasy Sci-Fi?

By Shaan Khan Starfield Concept Art Courtesy of Bethesda Picture landing on a desolate planet in the confinements of a rocket ship, kitted out with an arsenal of weaponry and defences, ready to venture out and try to make it back alive with valuable resources. It’s a concept gamers dream of but with developers unable... Continue Reading →

What Unreal Engine 5 Means for The Future of Survival Games

By Shaan Khan Image courtesy of Unreal Engine 5 on In May 2020, Fortnite publisher Epic Games posted a YouTube video revealing their 5th instalment of Unreal Engine—a game engine software developed by Epic Games for all developers to use the platform to create video games. Game engines dictate our perceptions of video games; your video... Continue Reading →

The Most Eco-Friendly Country in Europe

By Shaan Khan With countries at war, people leaving their homelands for newfound opportunity in life, then coming to places where inflation, oil prices and the cost of living is on the rise—it’s like the world is stuck in a rut of repeating past mistakes that sets a decay on societies health—including the planet we... Continue Reading →

Healthy & Holistic Activities Perfect for Spring 2022 in Europe

By Shaan Khan For Europeans in Spring, there is more sunlight and warmth since Earth's northern hemisphere tilts closer to the sun. Plants and trees receive enough photosynthesis to vegetate; blossoming flowers and growing produce. The warmth and abundance of food bring animals out of hibernation and is a time when many animals such as... Continue Reading →

Why These Countries have the Lowest Obesity Rates in Europe

By Shaan Khan Long ago, obesity was a rare disease amongst the few wealthy elites in society that could sit on their bottoms all day and overindulge in food - case in point; Henry VIII, The King of England. Now, we have entire nations with populations close to being 50% obese. Obesity has swept over... Continue Reading →

6 Popular Easter Traditions Celebrated in Europe

By Shaan Khan Easter is in celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection. But why do so many of us associate it with bunny rabbits and decorated eggs? Well, the tradition is separate from Jesus Christ’s story and Christianity combined. It founds its origins in Europe, where Easter Traditions occurred long before Christianity in pagan times.  The... Continue Reading →

Adult Coloring for Healing from Burnout and Stress Relief

By Shaan Khan Adult life can be unforgiving on our mental health; neglecting parts of our bodies & brains and get told to depend on drugs to ignore the pains. It’s an unsustainable cycle that replaces one issue with another, such as pharmaceutical side effects. Holistic health approaches are organically incorporated into our lifestyles to... Continue Reading →

How INK Games Compares to Other Money-Making Opportunities in Gaming

By Shaan Khan Gaming is the most lucrative entertainment industry worldwide, overshadowing the box office with over three times the revenue. With an estimated revenue of $178.73 Billion in 2021, the gaming industry has a lot of money to go around. Investors, corporate execs, video game devs—they all get a steak in the profits. However, there is... Continue Reading →

Sons of the Forest: Uninspired Sequel or Worthy Successor to The Forest?

By Shaan Khan Screenshot Courtesy of Endnight Games on YouTube Fears have arisen over the highly anticipated sequel to The Forest that was delayed one month before its original release window of May 2022.  According to Endnight games on Twitter, the sequel’ Sons of the Forest is now ‘aiming’ to launch in October 2022. The sudden decision... Continue Reading →

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