The gaming industry is in a state of constant evolution, and each year brings forth a new wave of gaming titles that push the boundaries of technology and creativity. As we step into 2023, gamers are treated to a dazzling array of titles that promise to redefine their gaming experiences. From cosmic odysseys to high-speed races and immersive fantasy worlds, the top 20 new latest games in the market offer something for everyone. Join us as we explore the most highly-anticipated gaming releases of 2023.1. Eldersouls: Chronicles of the Cosmic Reckoning"Eldersouls: Chronicles of the Cosmic Reckoning" stands out as a visionary creation. This open-world masterpiece takes players on a journey through alien planets, ancient civilizations, and epic interstellar battles. With a captivating narrative and stunning visuals, it's a must-play title for those seeking a fresh and immersive gaming experience.2. VirtuaRacer XFor racing enthusiasts, "VirtuaRacer X" is the game of the year. This high-octane racing simulator offers an ultra-realistic experience, featuring a variety of cars, tracks, and multiplayer modes that promise endless hours of high-speed excitement.3. The Chronicles of Arkenfell: ResurgenceFantasy RPG lovers can rejoice with "The Chronicles of Arkenfell: Resurgence." This eagerly-awaited sequel features a vast open world teeming with rich lore, intricate quests, and mythical creatures. The game's spellbinding visuals and innovative gameplay mechanics make it a top contender in the latest gaming releases.4. Into the Aether: VR WorldsVirtual reality takes center stage with "Into the Aether: VR Worlds." This collection of VR experiences transports players to breathtaking landscapes, from the ocean's depths to the far reaches of outer space. With a mesmerizing fusion of visual beauty and interactive storytelling, it's a must-try for VR enthusiasts.5. Luminaris: Shadows of the Lost EmpireStrategy and tactics enthusiasts will find their match in "Luminaris: Shadows of the Lost Empire." This turn-based strategy game offers intricate gameplay and a captivating storyline set in a mythical empire. As a commander, you'll lead your forces to victory in a world filled with danger and intrigue.6. Skybound Odyssey"Skybound Odyssey" offers an inventive blend of exploration, puzzle-solving, and platforming. Players step into the shoes of a young adventurer embarking on a quest to unveil the secrets of a floating kingdom. With its charming art style and engaging gameplay, it's a testament to the creativity of indie game developers.7. Quantum Shift"Quantum Shift" is a first-person shooter that takes players on a journey through time and space. With mind-bending mechanics and a gripping storyline, this title promises to keep gamers on the edge of their seats as they unravel the mysteries of the universe.8. Nebula Noctis"Nebula Noctis" is a visually stunning exploration game set in a mystical alien world. Players can traverse lush landscapes, solve enigmatic puzzles, and discover the hidden secrets of an otherworldly realm. The game's breathtaking visuals and immersive storytelling make it a standout among new releases.9. Legends of Terra"Legends of Terra" offers a massive multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) experience like no other. Set in a vibrant, dynamic world, players can embark on epic quests, engage in player-versus-environment (PvE) and player-versus-player (PvP) battles, and forge their own legends in this expansive gaming universe.10. Lost Horizon"Lost Horizon" is an atmospheric adventure game that blends storytelling and mystery-solving. Players journey through a haunting, post-apocalyptic world, solving puzzles and uncovering the secrets of a forgotten civilization.11. Celestial Revolution"Celestial Revolution" is a space exploration and colonization game that allows players to chart the cosmos, establish colonies on distant planets, and engage in diplomacy or warfare with other spacefaring factions. The game's depth and complexity make it a standout title for strategy fans.12. Dawn of Legends"Dawn of Legends" is an action-packed role-playing game that offers a rich fantasy world brimming with mythical creatures, magical powers, and epic quests. Players can choose their hero and embark on a journey to become a legendary champion.13. Dungeon Delvers: Shadows of Ruin"Dungeon Delvers: Shadows of Ruin" is a cooperative multiplayer game that challenges players to work together to explore dungeons, defeat monsters, and collect treasure. With its focus on teamwork and strategy, it's a great choice for gamers who enjoy collaborative gameplay.14. BioRebellion"BioRebellion" is a survival horror game set in a post-apocalyptic world infested with mutated creatures. Players must navigate the dangers of this harsh environment, scavenge for resources, and uncover the truth behind the outbreak.15. Ocean's Edge: Tales of Atlantis"Ocean's Edge: Tales of Atlantis" is an open-world action-adventure game that transports players to the sunken city of Atlantis. With stunning underwater environments and a rich storyline, this game offers a unique and visually captivating experience.16. The Dark Prophecy"The Dark Prophecy" is a single-player, story-driven game that combines elements of mystery, horror, and puzzle-solving. Players must navigate a haunting mansion, solve intricate puzzles, and unravel a dark family history.17. TropiCraze"TropiCraze" is a city-building and management game set on a tropical island paradise. Players can design their dream resort, attract tourists, and ensure their island thrives in this relaxing and engaging simulation game.18. PixelCraft: Building World"PixelCraft: Building World" offers a creative sandbox experience for players who enjoy building and crafting. With a pixel-art aesthetic, this game provides a platform for players to unleash their imagination and construct their own unique worlds.19. Neon Overdrive"Neon Overdrive" is a fast-paced, neon-soaked cyberpunk racing game that will satisfy those with a need for speed. Players can race through futuristic cityscapes, customize their vehicles, and engage in thrilling races against opponents.20. Lost Legends: Relics of the Past"Lost Legends: Relics of the Past" is a cooperative dungeon-crawling adventure game that lets players take on the roles of legendary heroes. With a focus on teamwork, strategy, and epic battles, it's a great option for those seeking cooperative multiplayer experiences.Conclusion:The year 2023 is shaping up to be a gaming extravaganza, with the release of these top 20 new latest games in the market. From epic cosmic journeys to high-speed races, immersive fantasy realms to intricate strategy games, this year has something to offer every type of gamer. As you dive into these games, be prepared to embark on adventures that will redefine your gaming experiences and transport you to new realms of excitement. These titles are set to leave an indelible mark on the gaming world, and gamers worldwide can look forward to an unforgettable year of gaming ahead.
Chelseaboss Mauricio Pochettino bemoaned a familiar lack of cutting edge after his team lost the first leg of their League Cup semi-final 1-0 to Championship side Middlesbrough.Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino bemoaned a familiar lack of cutting edge after his team lost the first leg of their League Cup semi-final 1-0 to Championship side Middlesbrough at the Riverside on Tuesday. Hayden Hackney scored the only goal on 38 minutes as Pochettino's expensively assembled array of stars again failed to perform away from home. Chelsea have lost five of their last six away games and 21 times on the road since the beginning of last season -- the most of any Premier League team. The Blues must turn the tie around when the sides meet again at Stamford Bridge on January 23 to avoid heaping more pressure on Pochettino's position during a disappointing first season in charge for the Argentine."If we assess the performance overall we were the better side, had clear chances, but we didn't score and weren't clinical," said Pochettino. "It happened a lot this season."Boro boss Michael Carrick could have been forgiven for cursing his luck after losing top scorer Emmanuel Latte Lath to injury after just three minutes.Carrick was also forced to withdraw Alex Bangura inside 20 minutes but the second-tier side were not fazed."It's very special," said the former Manchester United midfielder. "I know it's a two-legged affair and there is still all to play for, but for what we've had to go through, the injuries, the setbacks we've had, to beat a team of Chelsea's quality is unbelievable."Middlesbrough had not scored against Chelsea for over 17 years. The Blues had won the past nine meetings by an aggregate score of 21-0.However, the home side ended that drought eight minutes before half-time.The pace of Isaiah Jones down the right caused Chelsea's makeshift left-back Levi Colwill problems all night and his low cross was turned in by Hackney from close range.Chelsea, though, should have at least been level at the break had Cole Palmer maintained his fine scoring form in front of goal.The former Manchester City academy graduate has been one of Chelsea's few big money signings to hit the ground running under Pochettino.However, Palmer twice failed to hit the target with glorious first-half chances.Firstly, he pulled his shot wide from the edge of the area after pouncing on an errant pass from Jonny Howson, and then he fired over the rebound after Tom Glover fumbled Enzo Fernandez's effort.Palmer then fired too close to Glover with another big chance just before the break.The flow of the second half was a different story as Chelsea pegged the home side back in search of an equaliser.But there was a familiarity to the visitors' inability to find a way through.Despite the club spending over £1 billion ($1.3 billion) on players in the last three transfer windows, Pochettino suggested last month he would need to look to strengthen once more in order to address the lack of a goal threat.Noni Madueke looked the most likely spark to Chelsea's attack, but he was sacrificed as Pochettino threw on Mykhailo Mudryk and Armando Broja.Raheem Sterling should have been more alive to meet one dangerous low cross from Broja, but that was all Chelsea's vast amount of possession in the final 20 minutes amounted to.Middlesbrough conceded late to lose 1-0 to Aston Villa in the FA Cup third round on Saturday.But this time the team that sit 12th in the Championship held out to keep their dreams of a Wembley final against either Liverpool or Fulham very much alive heading into the second leg.Also Read: Argentina set to retire Lionel Messis No.10 jersey once he hangs up boots: Reports
Indian hockey touched a new peak on Wednesday, making a virtual clean sweep of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) awards, with drag-flick sensation Harmanpreet Singh being crowned the 'FIH Player of the Year' in the men's category, PR Sreejesh winning the 'Goalkeeper of the Year' award and the men's hockey chief coach Graham Reid getting the 'FIH Coach of the Year' award. Former Indian women's hockey chief coach Sjoerd Marijne got the 'FIH Coach of the Year' award in the women's category. The voting-based annual awards had six Indian players and two coaches in men's and women's categories. This is the first time that all nominees from India have won the prestigious awards in their respective categories. Drag-flick sensation Harmanpreet Singh was the top scorer in India's bronze medal-winning performance at the Tokyo Olympic Games. He was nominated for the award along with Belgium's Arthur Van Doren and Alexander Hendrickx as well as Australia's Jake Whetton, Tim Brand and Aran Zalewski. Drag-flicker Gurjit Kaur won the 'FIH Player of The Year' award in the women's category. She was nominated alongside Argentina's Agustina Gorzelany and Agustina Albertarrio. The other nominees for the award were Netherlands' Eva De Goede, Frederique Matla and Maria Verschoor. Sreejesh, who won the 'Goalkeeper of the Year' award, had come up with a career-best performance at the Olympic Games. The other nominees in this category were Belgium's Vincent Vanasch and Australia's Andrew Charter. Goalkeeper Savita won the award for the best goalkeeper in the female category. Savita, who was also the joint-vice captain of the women's team at the Olympics, was outstanding in guarding India's post and played an instrumental role in the team finishing fourth in Tokyo. The other nominees in this category were Great Britain's Maddie Hinch and Argentina's Belen Succi. 2020-21 FIH #HockeyStarsAwards results announced! Olympic Success Wave continues for India with @TheHockeyIndia winning big.A record number of almost 300’000 fans casted their votes for this year's Awards.CONGRATULATIONS to all winners and nominees!— International Hockey Federation (@FIH_Hockey) October 6, 2021In the FIH 'Rising Star of the Year' category for men, Vivek Sagar Prasad won the award for the second consecutive time. He was nominated along with South Africa's Mustaphaa Cassiem and Australia's Sean Findlay. In the 'FIH Rising Star of the Year' category for women, Sharmila Devi won the award with maximum votes ahead of Great Britain's Fiona Crackles and Argentina's Valentina Raposo. Graham Reid got the 'FIH Coach of the Year' award. He was nominated along with Australia's Colin Batch and Belgium's Shane McLeod. Congratulating the award winners, Hockey India president Gyanendro Ningombam said, "This is a great moment for Indian hockey as all our Indian nominees for the FIH Stars Awards have been announced winners. After the historic performances in Tokyo by both the Indian men`s and women`s hockey teams, the support from Indian fans from across the globe has been overwhelming. We thank everyone who supported the nominees by voting for them. "This is a big moment for us and these awards will definitely inspire future generations to take up the sport professionally. On behalf of Hockey India, I congratulate all the award winners and wish them success in their future endeavours."Also Read- Sagar Rana murder case: Delhi court denies bail to Olympic wrestler Sushil Kumar
The 17-year-old edged past compatriot Arjun Erigaisi on tie-breaks after both Indians finished on 4.5 points after the completion of the seventh and final roundIndian Grandmaster D Gukesh took a significant step towards earning a spot in the prestigious Candidates tournament next year by winning the Chennai Grand Masters 2023 chess tournament in Chennai on Thursday.Local boy Gukesh, 17, edged past compatriot Arjun Erigaisi on tie-breaks after both Indians finished on 4.5 points after the completion of the seventh and final round. Another Indian Grandmaster P Harikrishna, whom Gukesh drew with in the final round on Thursday, finished third on the leaderboard with 4 points.Going into the final round of the eight-player tournament, Gukesh needed only a draw in his clash with Harikrishna with black pieces. Erigaisi made things rather interesting by defeating Russian-born Hungarian Grandmaster Sanan Sjugirov in the final round. Gukesh and Erigaisi were equal on points and on par in terms of head-to-head but the former came out triumphant on the basis of a superior tie-break score.The tournament victory gives Gukesh — who in September this year had surpassed Viswanathan Anand as the top-ranked Indian player in the FIDE charts — a great chance of booking a seat in next year's Candidates tournament in Toronto in April through the FIDE Circuit route.With six of the eight spots already taken (including those by Indians R Praggnanandhaa and Vidit Gujrathi), two remain up for grabs via the 2023 FIDE Circuit (for one player who achieves the highest results during the eligible tournaments in 2023) and the FIDE rating route. By winning the tournament in Chennai, Gukesh has put himself on top of the FIDE Circuit leaderboard and will be in a battle with Dutch Grandmaster Anish Giri to finish on top with one more tournament to go.The FIDE Circuit ends with the World Rapid and Blitz Championship in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, from December 26-30. Gukesh, though, was quoted as saying by chess.com after his tournament win that he was still "50-50" about participating in the World Rapid and Blitz.Gukesh remained unbeaten through the seven rounds in Chennai, notching up wins against Russian-born Serbian Grandmaster Alexandr Predke and Sjugirov in the fourth and fifth round, respectively, to go with the five draws. The win over Sjugirov with black pieces on Tuesday had put Gukesh in the sole lead."It was really good. I finally managed to enjoy myself in a tournament," Gukesh told chess.com. "Obviously, the last few months have been very stressful."Erigaisi had an impressively strong finish to the tournament (with three wins overall). He defeated Sjugirov on Thursday and Parham Maghsoodloo, the Iranian GM who was the top seed in Chennai, with black in the penultimate round. However, his opening-round defeat to compatriot Harikrishna proved to be the difference in the end. The 20-year-old Grandmaster needed to win this tournament to stand a chance of qualifying for the Candidates via FIDE Circuit.Harikrishna, the 37-year-old from Guntur, meanwhile also remained unbeaten with six draws that followed the win over Erigaisi. Top-seeded Maghsoodloo, another competitor who was in contention for the Candidates through a triumph in Chennai, could not quite live up to his billing and finished sixth with 3.5 points and a couple of defeats.ASlso Read: European Court of Justice rules FIFA, UEFA breached EU Law over Super League ban
La Liga may be shorn of its biggest name in Lionel Messi who left FC Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain but former Real Madrid player Fernando Morientes feels the Spanish league would not be "weakened" by the exit of the Argentine maestro.Messi joined Paris Saint-Germain's club last month is not the only high-profile exit from La Liga. In the last five seasons, players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Sergio Ramos have left Real Madrid or Barcelona."La Liga throughout its history has lost players, just like any other league... It is nothing new. Cristiano left, Neymar left, Messi and Ramos have also left," Morientes, who is also the La Liga ambassador, said during a virtual media interaction."Footballers will eventually leave, but clubs will stay. La Liga doesn't sell itself through a single player. La Liga is never going to have a problem to sell itself as a competition"."La Liga has done a spectacular job attempting to attract the best players to make it as competitive as always been."Morientes said it's an opportunity for the Spanish clubs to prove themselves at the marquee Champions League.“I would like to see a Spanish final in fact, because there are many people who think that Messi's departure has weakened the league. We have to show that this is not the case.Also Read- Lionel Messi signs two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain after leaving Barcelona"In the last 10-15 years, La Liga teams have always been very competitive in all European competitions. And I'm convinced this coming season the Spanish teams will demonstrate their true potential in this competition," said the former Spanish center-forward.The 45-year-old said it was the responsibility of the clubs to change, adapt and sign great players."La Liga will continue to be a really attractive league that will bring in new players and I'm sure there are great players who will want to play here," said Morientes, who played 183 games for Real Madrid between 1997 and 2005."The Spanish league is strong enough to be attractive to everyone. I am convinced that you in India will continue to follow the league and continue to follow our teams as fans and not just as individual players."On the prospect of 'El Clasico' without Messi and Ronaldo, he said: "Real Madrid and Barcelona at the end of the day are much more than just two players. It's true that both Cristiano and Messi have made history in Spanish football."Obviously we would like to have players of this level. But we must remember that the rivalry between Real Madrid and Barcelona goes back many years, and Messi and Ronaldo are not always at the club." Also Read- Cristiano Ronaldo becomes all-time highest goalscorer in international football with brace against Ireland
The capital of Maharashtra, Mumbai, hosts the next National Games (NBA Games) in India, which will begin on September 8th. There will be two pre-season games between the Sacramento Kings and Indiana Pacers.Mumbai will host the next NBA Games starting September 28th. As the celebrations begin, it will be the first game, also a pre-season game, between Sacramento Kings and Indiana Pacers. The game will be played in front of 3,000 children in 70 schools in Mumbai. It will also be the first match of the NBA in India, scheduled for October 4. Then there will be another game on October 5th, which will be open to the public.Celebrations will begin tomorrow, beginning with The Gateway of India, followed by the first floating Bandra-Worli Naval Court, which will lead to community events highlighting NBA values.In addition, graffiti artists such as NME and Minzo will promote events through street art, while Indian hip hop artists such as Shah Rule and Brodha V will do so through original compositions. For matches also, Geo Safin chose playlists in Hindi, English, and Tamil.Gateway of India lights up for historic NBAIndia GamesBarnes added that Indian fans will have the opportunity to understand what basketball is at the 2019 Indian Games in Mumbai.An important event is expected when the Indiana Pacers and Sacramento Kings will play two games before the 2019 NBA season in Mumbai for the first time on Friday, October 4, 2019, and Saturday, October 5, 2019. To celebrate the arrival of En Los, basketball games and India Gate illuminated on Saturday. The news agency also shared photos of the illuminated memorial.Harrison Barnes, Sacramento Kings and Vice President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Vlad Devak, and Indiana Pacers Doug McDermott and Basketball Operations Manager Pritchard shared their enthusiasm for the visit in India with the country's media. During a teleconference organized by the National Basketball Association.It will be a very exciting time for us, as a team, for the league, to be part of the first game of the NBA Games India 2019 in India. I talked to my teammates and they are very happy to see the culture. The most important thing in India is that the culture is beautiful. I was there earlier this year and I want to give my teammates the opportunity to walk around town, eat Indian food and watch the Taj Mahal, as well as work with children who are NBA members. Academy in India. It's a beautiful experience. "From a basketball standpoint, I want to see how passionate fans are," Barnes said.Barnes added that Indian fans will have the opportunity to understand what basketball is at the 2018 NBA India Games in Mumbai.I think watching the game on TV is one thing, but the power to watch it closely will give Indian fans an idea of its content. Feeling passion and experience is what I feel everyone wants to promote. I was very moved by the kids when I traveled to India this summer and they have a lot of talent. To see how difficult their job and diligence for the details. "There is no doubt that the game will develop and more players will come out of India," said Barnes.Kevin Pritchard, general manager of the Indiana Pacers, said the two teams were pioneers in the transfer of the NBA from the United States to India."We are very happy to arrive in India, we talk a lot about it internally and we feel like pioneers because it's the first basketball game in the country." I think the players are excited and want to be ready to do a good show, "Pritchard said.
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