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  • Best VR Games to Play in 2017 (Continuous Updating)

    Aaron 0

    2017 is a perfect time to get into the world of VR gaming since the VR headsets are becoming cheaper and there are numbers of outstanding VR titles emerging one after another. At E3 2017, Bethesda and Sony both featured multiple high-profile VR announcements, making people excited and interested about the industry once again.   Today we will recommend some best VR games for you to play in 2... Read More »

  • Twilight Spirits Interview: NetEase Is Still Considering the Western Version

    Aaron 0

    NetEase Games recently launched open beta test for its action MMO Twilight Spirits on PC and Steam. However due to the poor servers and overpriced cosmetic items, the game has received 67% negative reviews on Steam. Yesterday, Netease took an interview by Chinese media and responded to Steam release and English version.   NetEase believes Steam is a very open platform which mainly consi... Read More »

  • LawBreakers Graphics Comparison and GPU Test: See What You Need to Play It at 4K

    Boss Key Productions' skill-based combat game LawBreakers has concluded the first open beta on Steam. The gravity-defying game is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and it recommends Nvidia GTX 660 or AMD Radeon 7870 equivalent to play the game. If you want to enjoy it at 4K you will need GTX 980 Ti or Radeon R9 Fury series.   Russian site gamegpu.com did a GPU test in the open beta. Take a loo... Read More »

  • Lineage M Earned $7.8 Million a Day in South Korea in the First 2 Weeks

    The mobile game revenue record made by Lineage 2: Revolution (KR) didn't last too long, as Lineage M reported an average of $7.8 Million daily revenue in the first  2 weeks after the game launched in South Korean market. Officially released on June 21, 2017 the game now crowned Korean App Store and Google Play. Korean media Game Focus reported that the game had been downloa... Read More »

  • Twilight Spirits Gets Negative User Reviews on Steam for Almost Everything

    Maybe Netease Games was just planning to put Twilight Spirits' open beta version onto Steam to see how players thought about the game but they messed up. Just a few days after the game released on Steam the negative reviews have made up 65% of all reviews. And so now the game is "mostly negative" on its Steam page.   First of all the game supports Chinese language only but i... Read More »

  • Diablo 3 Gets Necromancer and the Censored Chinese Version Will Shock You

    Wei 0

    It's been a tradition that Blizzard has to do a lot of extra work to modify their games' content to meet the regulations and laws of China. Diablo 3 has just released the new Necromancer character but it may not please players who purchase the Chinese version. With the modifications of the Necromancer content, Chinese players can barely feel the sense of death and rot, and instead they may... Read More »

  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Has Sold More Than 4 Million Copies

    JoeLW 0

    Bluehole's Battle Royale shooter is another Steam early access game miracle, as it has sold over 4 million copies and earned $100 million since March 2017. The game is also a great example of succeeding in both eastern and western markets. According to Bluehole, 24% of the total players are based in US, 6% in Germany, 6% in Russia and 4% in the U.K., while in the east, 19% are f... Read More »

  • What Black Desert Did Right and What It Did Wrong Since the Past Year

    Akami 0

    After more than 1 year of playing Black Desert Online especially the EU/NA version, BDO developers made some mistakes, but also they did many good stuff to the game, and keep in mind it's just my opinion. So I decided to talk about it all in terms of what it did right and what it did wrong, but first let's start with the wrong. What it did wrong: ​1- The change in IP block poli... Read More »

  • Neowiz Still Wants to Release the Improved Version of Bless in the West

    Neowiz and Aeria Games confirmed they will no longer collaborate to release Bless Online in the west. The announcement disappointed fans who still wanted to play the game, and the developer Neowiz was aware of it, as they reaffirmed the ambition to bring the game to the west. In a statement Neowiz said: Future EU/NA milestones You must be curious about future Bless in EU/NA as we... Read More »

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