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Two World's Video Games and Three Addicting Game Apps you will Love

Updated on February 5, 2016
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Just Cause 3 and GTA V's: Which Position's as Best Open World Video Game?

GTA V has been our go-to game whenever we want to serve destruction in beautiful locals with an arsenal of weapons at our disposal. Yet, this is all about to change with the next-gen masterpiece of Just Cause 3 about to enter into the open world destruction genre once again. Developed by Avalanche Studies and published by Square Enix, with the trailers alone we are pretty sure this is going to be an outrageous success in sales and might even take Rockstar's position in the next-gen era of open world games.

I mean, let's face the facts, GTA V already had its five minutes of fame, bringing with it great moments of fun and long moments of waiting at the loading screens, making players impatient all over the world, just aching to continue on their rampage and fun. Now, Just Cause 3 has been under development and revision during a long time, as GTA V was, and it is showing a lot of promise, both in the destruction and expansiveness of the game, and the assurance of its developers that it will be a must-play game.

Still, Rockstar keeps adding on DLC to their game without fail, even though they make their gamers wait throughout long periods of time, it is always worth it. Even this coming week with the Ill gotten gains DLC, the company is still delivering towards their audience. It really is a matter of waiting to see what bugs or falls Just Cause 3 is going to bring with it and if the developers will show more care than Rockstar has.


It is promised to be a new playground of chaos and destruction, changing what we already knew and taking down building with it! As a gamer myself, I can't wait for the release of this sequel in the Just Cause franchise. I thought that The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt would take over GTA's throne in the open world genre, but it is more of an RPG than it is a destruction open world, and nobody seems to be able to finish all the things in yet! So it may not be in the race but it won over the hearts of many gamers out there in no time at all.

Now, we wait until the much anticipated Just Cause 3 is released and I don't know about you, but I know how I will be spending my Friday nights when it does. When I finally finish all the mayhem I am planning to undertake in this huge and amazing world will I make a verdict as to which one is better, as I think the rest of the gamers will too.

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Grand Theft Auto V - PlayStation 3
Grand Theft Auto V - PlayStation 3

Los Santos: a sprawling sun-soaked metropolis full of self-help gurus, starlets and fading celebrities, once the envy of the Western world, now struggling to stay afloat in an era of economic uncertainty and cheap reality TV. Amidst the turmoil, three very different criminals plot their own chances of survival and success: Franklin, a former street gangster, now looking for real opportunities and serious money; Michael, a professional ex-con whose retirement is a lot less rosy than he hoped it would be; and Trevor, a violent maniac driven by the chance of a cheap high and the next big score. Running out of options, the crew risks everything in a series of daring and dangerous heists that could set them up for life...


My Top 3 Addicting Game Apps of All Time

We’re always searching the app or playstore for games that’ll keep us from dying from boredom at the DMV or our children busy on a long car drive. But there are thousands of games on these miniature death machines of ours. And the point of it is killing time on the game not killing time looking for it. I am 100 % sure that if you decided to come looking for an article on addicting apps or top apps or whatever you’re either enjoy saving the time you have for wasting time or you’re pretty desperate. Either way I’ll solve your first world prob.

These are my top three most addicting game apps of all time:

Number 1

Temple Run (1!). If you never challenged your class or workmates in between breaks to break your score you’re probably a loner. Stop being a loner and download the App! Get chased for stealing a golden idol by horde of monkeys and pick up coins, evade tree roots and traps as you run through a cursed temple jungle of sorts.I swear it will keep your fingers or theirs entertained for a long while.

Rest assured there is nothing more satisfying than beating your significant other’s score specified Temple Run one because number two just isn’t the same… you feel me?


Number 2

2048. Adding numbers on your phone was never more interesting and addicting. A simple tile game where you add together same numbered tiles and you must keep the tile floor from filling up.

The main goal is the 2048 tile, but if the addiction is real or you’re just too snobby then keep going! There are also extra modes and challenges on the app. If you’re not conform with beating yourself every time then indulge in the app’s multiplayer option and play against and embarrass other players on the other side of the screen. The game is available both for the app-store and the play-store.

Number 3

Flappy bird. The 666 on the world of app games and the most addicting of all is flappy bird. You can either be a wiz at or a flat out failure and that is where the addiction to it resides. The rotund absurdity at losing at something that should take no wits challenges you to play over and over again at the fashionable price of your Internet connection!

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Fly a ridiculously stupid looking bird (which you will come to hate more than the dog in the duck shooting game you played as a kid) through a bunch of green super Mario world warp tubes. It sounds very unappealing but once you’re ready to step into this dark world of the addiction the only way to go back is deleting the app.

Happy gaming!

Article by: Alain Gutiérrez


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