There are certain videogames that are so difficult that you will hate the day you started playing them. As we love digital entertainment here at Lytum, we wanted to share with your our top 3 of hardest videogames ever. You will find some of the most iconic and hardest videogames ever designed. It does not matter if they belong to older systems, the main feature of all these titles is the difficulty.
3. Dark Souls
The videogame created by Hidetaka Miyazaki had one great objective: to set the new foundations for the action RPG genre. The idea of Dark Souls was to make the player feel realized by overcoming difficult battles and puzzles around a dark fantasy setting. Dark Souls is so hard that you will find the “YOU DIED” message even in the easiest battles at the beginning of the game. However, in Dark Souls death is not defeat. It is only a way to keep learning about the game and its universe.
In the history of videogames, as well as in other arts, there are several works that mark the beginning or the end of an era. In this Top 5 we are going to analyze the most important videogames of history and how they changed the way we play.
1. Pong (1972)
The first commercially successful arcade videogame of history sold thousands of cabinets. It is a very simple game where two players have to confront in digital table tennis. It was the game that changed home gaming forever. Continue reading →
Anime in 2017 was full of surprises in shonen genre. If you like extreme fights, then you can have a good time watching this gallery with 5 of the best combats in 2017 anime shows. From Attack on Titans to My Hero Academia, we show you a glimpse of the best fights in anime in the year we are waving goodbye.
1. Midoriya vs. Todoki (My Hero Academia)
The most brutal fight in My Hero Academia season 2. The two characters have to sacrifice themselves in order to attain the power to put an end to the fight that makes the season worth watching.
If you want to create your own gifts, for Christmas, Birthdays or any special day, then you have found the best post in the web. Here you will learn 5 excellent ideas make an original and different present for your family or friends. Create funny cookie cutters, trinket tea tags or striped umbrellas, among other stuff.
1. Striped Umbrella
Turn your own plain and simple umbrella and turn it into a stylish accessory to protect you from rain or sunlight. You can do this beautiful and simple gift by using paint and a fabric umbrella. You can make almost any design you want. Just pick up a style and paint it on your umbrella. Remember to choose a fabric one, if you don’t it is probably going to end up in a mess. Continue reading →
Woods around the world are very different. There are snowy woods, mysterious ones around the routes and lonely autumn blessed woods where you can lose track of time. We offer you a look to some of the most incredible enchanted woods around the world. A gallery to transport you into the depths of some of the most wonderful woods that our planet has to offer.
1. The Banff National Park
The forest is located in Alberta, Canada, and it is part of the oldest National Park on the country. It combines the magic of pine evergreen trees with enormous glaciers and lots of ice. The alpine style of the park is visited every year by thousands of people.
2. The Amazon Rainforest
In South America, the Amazon Rainforest is one of the most marvelous landscapes you can visit. Most of the Amazon Jungle is located in Brazil. It is also represents half of the world’s rainforest, being the largest one on the planet.
Rock music is not only about electric guitars and powerful riffs. There is also a great deal of work involving designers and visual artists that convey the symbolism of the band in wonderful covers. We love good cover art, so we are going to make a top 4 of our most beloved rock covers from the last 50 years.
4. American Idiot – Green Day (2004)
The album contains songs that directly show American stupidity and ways of being. The album cover is not that different. It shows a hand grenade with the shape of a human heart, as a mimic to Communist propaganda. It is a way of showing the spirit of the band and the disc in the nation’s post 9/11 conflicts. Continue reading →