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  • Naruto Online Review: I Will Be Hokage!

    A browser game. Eewww. That was my first thought when I saw Naruto Online. I have prejudices, like everyone else. I just ignore them most of the time. And so I did when I started playing. Of course, the first thing the game sells is that is the one and only official Naruto MMORPG. For those who don't know, Naruto is one of the most famous Mangas in Japan, and one of the longest an... Read More »

  • Chronicle: RuneScape Legends Review – Dungeoneering with Cards

    Online card games are on the rise in the last few years. A lot of the popular franchises like Elder Scrolls, The Witcher, etc. are making their own card games because of the insane popularity of Hearthstone. And so is the RuneScape. I was never a player of RuneScape and I don’t know anything about its universe, but as a huge card game player, I had to see their take on the genre. And let m... Read More »

  • MU Origin First Impressions & Review

    Lately, mobile games have been popular with smartphones becoming more efficient, faster, and giving you the ability to game on the go. It also gives the ability for some games to make a comeback or be released in a new way. MU Origin is one of those games, having a MMO that dates back to 2003 and is still kicking. Now Webzen has created this game for your phone! However, does this work well as a m... Read More »

  • Pokemon Go Review, A Magnificent AR Experience - 8.3/10

    Whether they are players or not, no one can really escape from this phenomenon. In just a couple of weeks, Pokémon GO has completely taken over the international mobile gaming scene, social medias, and has even been affecting businesses and various services, be it in a good or bad way. Niantic Labs has managed to get gamers from the entire world out of their homes, and the title is already ... Read More »

  • Evolve F2P Review: Get Killed, Get Frustrated, Get Better, Evolve Again

    It may seem like a negative title. Don't rush it. These are just the phases you'll have to go through while playing this game. Evolve Evolve is a first person shooter where four different "hunters" have to kill a player-controlled creature that, as the time passes and it gets to feed, will evolve up to two times and become stronger each, being the third phase the most dan... Read More »

  • HeroWarz Review: The Space Between The Old and The New

    Well,  First of all, I have a confession to make my dear readers: I'm a fanciness lover. With that I mean I don't usually play games whose graphics and animations aren't stylish and, generally speaking, good. I love action games from Diablo III to DarkSouls... which is why, when I first saw HeroWarz I thought "What a lame game". Honestly. But I'm not the ... Read More »

  • Survarium Beta - Honest Game Review

    Survarium is a post-apocalyptic shooter set in Earth, and more precisely in Eastern Europe. The planet is being plagued by a deadly viral pandemic which has killed billions of people already and the few survivors that still live are scraping the land for resources with occasional skirmishes with one another. Mother Nature has begun taking back what is rightfully hers and now the bigger p... Read More »

  • Blade & Soul (NA): Is The Game Worth Your Time Now?

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    So in Blade & Soul you've hit "End-Game Content," have an infinite amount of gold or just flat broke from upgrading your weapon and trinkets, ran your daily dungeons over and over and over and  maybe even spent real cash to improve your gameplay experience to the max whether it be $20-$1000. You've now finally come to the conclusion of : Is This Game Worth It Now? L... Read More »

  • Kingdom Under Fire II- Honest Game Review

    Hello gamers, In this article we will be reviewing Kingdom Under Fire II, a Korean MMORPG developed by Blueside. Kingdom Under Fire II original concept was to be a single-player game for Xbox 360, a sequel for Kingdom Under which was released in 2005, a game that mixed hack-and-slash with RTS combat. However, in 2009, the developers decided to make the game for PC only. And so the ... Read More »

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