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  • Dark Avenger 3 (KR) Review: It's Everything a Hack 'n' Slash Game Should Be

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    Hey Guys! So I was fortunate enough to have played Dark Avenger 3. This is by far one of the most stunning and brutal games that I have ever played. The developers have done an excellent job of creating a world class game which is sure to make it to being one of the best games playable on the mobile. The stunning features of the game and the immersive action filled gameplay is a reason why this ... Read More »

  • Master X Master - A Groundbreaking MOBA Which Will Shake the E-Sports Scene

    Hello gamers,   In today’s article we will be looking at a brand new game, which recently went into Closed Beta, called Master X Master or MXM for short. And I have to say that I’m pretty excited about this game after playing it just once. MxM is being developed and published by NCsoft, the same company behind a plethora of popular MMOs such as Blade & Soul, Guild Wars, Ai... Read More »

  • Super Mario Run Android Review

    Emblematic character of the video game world, Mario always somewhat represented the identity of Nintendo, being one of the first games released on the Famicon. While the Super Mario games were up till now exclusively available on Nintendo’s consoles (not counting emulators and unofficial ports), the firm has decided to review its policies to take advantage of the growing enthusiasm of player... Read More »

  • ArcheAge Begins: My First Impressions

    On March 23, ArcheAge Begins started their closed beta on their mobile rendition of their original MMO from 2013. I was a bit late start, but I still wanted to play it and was very intrigued with it. Though I did not completely test everything this game had to offer, I wanted to deliver my first impressions on the game and perhaps things they could've improved on, and say some things that ... Read More »

  • Sword Art Online Memory Defrag Review, A Pleasant Surprise

    Animated series derived from a Light Novel of Reki Kawahara, Sword Art Online quickly became one of the most popular anime of the moment (for both good and bad reasons). As such, the series evolved past the animation to be exported to other media, including video games. After various adaptations on the consoles of Sony, each one representing the major arcs of the series, Sword Art Online has just ... Read More »

  • Another Martial Arts MMO Diving Deep into PAY TO WIN

      Sword Of Shadows is Snail Games another mobile version of Age of Wushu/Wulin. This is a martial arts MMORPG very similar to the PC version(s) where you will live as a member of clan. Sword of Shadows has many familiar features including Skill Sets, Cultivation System, PvE & PvP System, Treasure Hunt, Daily & Weekly Quest and many more.  This game brings back... Read More »

  • The Elder Scrolls Legends Review: A Good Title That Lacks Originality

    Card games are definitely trending as of late, between indie titles like Faeria, or Krosmaga, and others based on strong licenses, such as Smite Tactics or Runescape Legends. Despite their qualities, these games did not manage to worry Blizzard's juggernaut (although Faeria is a pretty good outsider, and Smite Tactics is still being developed), and it is now Bethesda's turn to try and get ... Read More »

  • Destiny Child (KR) First Look - Astounding and Beautiful Card Game

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    Hey guys, Destiny Child has officially been made available on the South Korean Google play store and iOS. The game had been much awaited in the market and it has been able to meet the general expectations. Here is a quick review of the game which will take you through the basic features of the game while also focusing on the intricate details. INTRODUCTION. Destiny child is an entertaining... Read More »

  • Faeria Review, A F2P Card Game With Undeniable Potential

    In 2013, Faeria reaped almost $100,000 in support from Kickstarter; at the time, the card game had even become one of the most funded Belgian games on the American platform (even still quite on the low side compared to the Larian studios and their Divinity: Original Sin). Nearly four years later and a few days after its official free-to-play arrival on Steam under the regime, it's time to disc... Read More »

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