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People have different interests when it comes to games. Some are into sport, and some are into adventure. Joy Jam has a lot to offer according to your interest.

Play Until You Feel Bored

Even though new games have emerged, there always a special place for arcade games form most of the people.


Even though new games have emerged, there always a special place for arcade games form most of the people.

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For people who are more into the action genre, Joy Jam offers you the best action games in the gaming world.

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Get in touch with our members are create your own team to play games as a team. Joy Jam offers more games in various genres like action, sport, racing and a lot more that can be played as teams.


Easter Eggs In Red Dead Redemption 2


Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption is a love letter to anyone who’s a fan of the open world genre. With tons of side activities and missions that can keep you engaged for weeks on end, the game has more than managed to shine through within a genre that, only weeks before release, seemed saturated and uninventive.

The game also features numerous easter eggs that are shown as random encounters. Let us look at a few that managed to capture our eye.

1. Ghosts

If you are someone like me, then the reviews must have gotten you excited for the area of Lemoyne, primarily because of the city of Saint Denis. Right when the world was open to us, we decided to go straight to Saint Denis. But in the Bluewater Marsh area, we began to hear voices in the woods. Keep in mind, the in-game time was around 2 am. After desperately trying to find the source of these noises, we came across a glowing white figure in the woods. But when we began closing in on the figure, it went away.


2. Town of Pleasance

The Lagras swamp houses a town that is deserted, with not even a single inhabitant to be seen anywhere. When looking around, there were phrases and words scribbled on many houses and buildings, one of which read “Stay Out Plague.” Although we can imagine that the town was cursed with the plague, what really went down in Pleasance is left to the gamers’ imagination since all that’s offered to us as solid evidence is a letter. Some also say that this is a reference to the Red Dead Redemption’s Undead Nightmare DLC.


3. Braithwaite family’s best-kept secret

A shack in a village that is west of the Braithwaite Manor, when approached will have voices and rantings that can be heard when you’re in the village itself. After going close to the shack, you’ll begin to hear the voice becoming louder than before. You’ll also get a hand reaching out to grab the player when it is examined. What the character inside the shack says is something extremely heartbreaking and leaving it here would spoil the game for many.



4. Serial Killer

This is a trope that we saw in another one of Rockstar’s masterpiece, GTA IV. When roaming the sceneries of New Hanover, you’ll come across grotesque and gruesome cadavers that are tied to random objects with only a half of their body present. When the surroundings are examined closely, you’ll find notes that act as clues. After piecing all the clues together, you’ll be able to confront the serial killer himself.

Best PS4 Exclusives As Of November 2018


With the release of Spiderman in September, the PS4 gave another reason for future console owners as to why they must give the Sony machine a chance. There are numerous console exclusives that are being released for the PS4, and if E3 is anything to go by, the PS4 isn’t dying any time soon since plenty of console exclusives such as Naughty Dog’s Ghost of Tsushima and From Software’s Sekiro: Shadows Die twice.

Let us look at some of the best PS4 exclusives that have been released.


1.     Bloodborne

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a From Software fanboy, but there’s something about Bloodborne that captures the most wretched thoughts lying deep within the human brain. The setting, the enemies and the gothic feel, not to mention the game’s difficulty, of course, all add up to an experience that is worth playing. If you’ve played the Soul series and are looking for a game to satisfy the same need for unrequited satisfaction, Bloodborne is a must play. The game wouldn’t cost you all that much since it was released all the way back in 2015.


2.     Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn is Sony’s answer to Zelda, and it delivers in every single way. Although the elements in both games differ significantly, there are some that resonate with you for a long time. Guerrilla Games, the makers of the acclaimed Killzone series, has made a game that features machines that require a lot more than just a dodge-and-shoot strategy. While playing in the highest difficulty level, you’ll be forgiven for throwing a fit of rage after spending countless minutes fighting a Corruptor only to die at the first hit. But the feeling you get after killing a huge machine is parallel to none. Horizon Zero Dawn combines the best of Zelda’s exploration with Monster Hunter’s unique monster hunting mechanics, and it blends seamlessly.


3.     Infamous: Second Son

The first Infamous game, released on the PS3, combined Sucker Punch’s traditional platforming elements that we are familiar through the ever-charming Sly Cooper series with a dark and gritty storyline that was somewhat uncharacteristic from the developer. But the game received praise nonetheless for its branching story and satisfying combat. The sequel was released in 2014 as somewhat of a launch title, and it can be labeled as a game that is same, if not better when compared with its predecessor. You can also play the game without it spoiling a lot of the first game since it follows a new protagonist altogether.