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  • Tango 5 The Last Dance Review: It's Turn-based, Simple, and Excellent

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    Tango 5: The Last Dance is the latest game to be released by gaming giants Nexon. The game is a phenomenal work of genius by the company and surely encompasses all the aspects which a good mobile game requires. Tango 5 is essentially a turn based real time SRPG which is set up in a brilliantly designed gaming arena. There are certain key aspects of the game which will make this one of the most sou... Read More »

  • Art of Conquest Review: An MMORTS for Mobile That You Must Play

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    War games have always been able to capture the interest of players from across the globe. Its unique style of play and the strategies which must be used is what makes such games stand apart from the rest. Year after year, game developers have been trying to come up with different stories and methods to play this particular genre of game. Building troops, capturing and defending bases, raiding enem... Read More »

  • Tale of Toast, First Impressions Of The MMORPG With Hardcore PvP

    In development for nearly 3 years now by a team of only two people, Tale of Toast is an upcoming open world MMORPG with hardcore PvP mechanics that goes back to the first steps of the genre, when dying actually meant something. I’ve had the chance to try it out this weekend, and here is what I thought of it.   Everything starts with the creation of your first character (players being ... Read More »

  • Dreadnought Review- A Galactically Unique MOBA

    Game Info: Dreadnought is a 5 vs 5 battle arena style game with spaceships developed by Greybox for both PC and PS4. Each team's main goal is to defeat the opposition by shooting everyone down until there's no one left. Throw in some missiles and abilities and you are given some great tools for mayhem. Gameplay: The game is very “pick up & play”. When you 1st s... Read More »

  • Kritika Online First Impressions - Is It Worth Playing?

    Hello Gamers,   Today we will be taking a look a Kritika Online. Kritika was first released in Korea back in 2012 and since then it has been localized for other Asian countries, until it finally arrived in the West – only in NA though,  sorry Europe. The publisher behind its western release is En Masse Entertainment, a company mostly known for hosting Tera Online. The game&rsq... Read More »

  • Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Review

    Born as a game inside a game, Gwent had replaced the iconic dice poker in the third installment of the saga of The Witcher. Simple to understand, but endowed with enough depth to captivate the attention of players in the long run, the possibility of a full-fledged video game adaptation has most likely passed by the heads of many players when The Witcher 3 released. While Hearthstone has popularize... Read More »

  • Portal Knights Review, An Unconvincing Medley Of Sandbox And ARPG

    The arrival of the alpha of Minecraft in 2010 undoubtedly shaped the genre’s landscape, redefining the concepts of exploration and discovery. Since then, the title of Mojang has inspired a number of developers, and some titles such as Terraria have convinced and surpassed the simple brand of "minecraft clone". Portal Knights, which is undoubtedly part of this line of game, was rece... Read More »

  • For Honor's Review: Because Hope Is Not Lost

    If you have watched action movies, anime, read manga or anything of the like, then you must have wondered at least once "What it'd be like to be on their shoes?" A split-second decision, the rush, the thrill. To train, to predict. To take a deep breath, a step back... to bait, to be lucky... There are multiple phases, yet they all happen incredibly fast in just one ma... Read More »

  • Still Alive Review - A Must Play Competitve Game

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    INTRODUCTION What makes an online game interesting? There can be several factors. Some players might enjoy an open world multiplayer gaming environment while others prefer a short and sweet game where players are pitted against each other in an enclosed and obstacle filled environment. Still Alive falls under the latter category where a set of five players from different spheres of the globe ar... Read More »

  • Creativerse Review - Your World, Your Way

    The game probably no longer needs an introduction by this point, but for those of you that might have missed it, Creativerse is a free-to-play sandbox adventure/survival game focused on exploring and crafting and building. The game officially launched on Steam a week ago, after a long period of early access, and has been receiving positive reviews from the community. For now, I played a little ... Read More »

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