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  • Dawn of Titans Review - A Beautiful Strategic Game of War

    Dawn of Titans is made by NaturalMotion and it took them quite a long time but this beautiful game is finally here! This game turned out to be a technically proficient, gorgeous piece of mobile gaming craftsmanship. The graphics are an achievement that shows just how far this particular genre has come in just a few years and what a big progress mobile game development has made. It's ... Read More »

  • Lineage 2 Revolution - A Must Play! An In-Depth Review

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    Hey Guys! On December 14th 2016, Netmarble decided to present all of us passionate gamers with an early Christmas gift! That’s right, Lineage II: Revolution was officially launched for Android and iOS. The game, once unwrapped and installed instantly takes the player into a magical land where he can immerse himself in hours of gameplay. The game easily sets the standard of quality wit... Read More »

  • An In Depth Review for Dragon Nest Mobile

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    When Eyedentity Games launched the Dragon Nest in 2010 for PC, gamers from all over the country quickly started being addicted to it. The artistic like animation, the cute voices, powerful and delicately designed weapons and the option to play as different characters each with a different skill set quickly attracted gamers from across the globe. A gruelling six years later, the developers are... Read More »

  • ArcheAge Invites You to Start Over with Revelation

    Have you ever gone back to an MMO and decided to just start over completely with a new account? I’m betting quite a few of you have. Have you ever made a new account to play an update to a game? I’ll take a guess that not many if any have. Have you ever started a new account for an update at the request of the developers on a large scale? No? I’m not sure it happens often, if at ... Read More »

  • Cloud Pirates - Pros and Cons of My.com's New Aerial Shooter

    Hello Gamers, In this article we will be looking at a game called Cloud Pirates.   What is Cloud Pirates? Cloud Pirates is a new MMO being developed by the Allods  Team. Allods Team is a Russian game developer and is the company behind Allods Online and Skyforge. Their newest project is Cloud Pirates which is currently in Closed Beta. Cloud Pirates is a steampunk, fantasy th... Read More »

  • Shattered Skies - Is It Worth Buying?

    Hello gamers,   In this article we’ll be looking at Shattered Skies a game developed by Free Reign Entertainment. Shattered Skies is an open world, sandbox, shooter set in a post-apocalyptic Earth. The gameplay and the general concept of the game greatly resemble DayZ, H1Z1 and Rust. If you have played any of these games then you will surely notice the similarities in the gameplay.... Read More »

  • Ubisoft's Massive Open-World MMO Steep, Early Impressions

    During the last E3, Ubisoft surprised everyone at the end of their small conference by presenting Steep, a game part of a genre we believe was bound to disappear. This isn’t exactly surprising, considering that the first game fully developed by Ubisoft Annecy was a sliding game, combining skiing, snowboarding, and even paragliding. Regardless, it was quite an unexpected choice to close the e... Read More »

  • Endless Space 2, Early Access First Impressions

    For anyone who likes space adventure and conquest games that are a bit demanding, Endless Space is a gem. Amplitude, the studio behind this intergalactic 4X game is back with a second episode that is now in Early Access on Steam. After the success of the first, expectations are high. Good news, Endless Space 2 didn’t stray too far from what made the success of its predecessor.   Wit... Read More »

  • Cube Knight Review: The Twin Stick Shooter Goes Medieval

    It takes a lot to stand out in the mobile market. With game cloning prevalent, it’s nearly impossible to make a game that either doesn’t stand out, or doesn’t stand out long before someone rips off your idea. Occasionally a game does manage to stand out in a market where the Top 50 games are all icons of screaming faces, or have titles like Flappy Flop, Shooty Shoot, and Racy R... Read More »

  • Pokemon Sun/Moon Review - The New Generation Of The Pokemon Saga

    Considering that it was celebrating its twentieth anniversary, 2016 has certainly been a huge year for the Pokémon saga. Fans were spoiled throughout the year with distribution events, the Pokémon Generation series, the unmissable Pokémon Go, and much more. What better way to complete 2016 than with a new pair of Pokémon games, with an unprecedented generation that ta... Read More »

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