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  • League Of Angels - Paradise Land: An In-Depth Review

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    League of Angels - Paradise Land is a new mobile card game from GTarcade and it has recently opened up its pre-registration. Belonging to the genre of a turn based RPG the game does seem to be promising especially after the phenomenal success of League of Angels 1. This review focuses upon some key aspects of the game which make the game distinguishable from the others within the same genre. ... Read More »

  • Life is Feudal First Impressions, A Medieval Adventure Awaits

    If like me you’ve been dreaming of experiencing a realistic world set in the medieval ages, then you must have been keeping an eye out for Life is Feudal. This massively multiplayer game takes over the winning recipe of Bitbox's first sandbox role-playing game, Life Is Feudal: Your Own, a title that made its way in the top 10 Steam games, selling 380,000 within two weeks of its release. ... Read More »

  • Forts Review, An Excellent Real-Time Multiplayer Strategy Game

    Released on Steam three weeks ago, Forts is a multiplayer real-time, physics-based, strategy game where opponents design and build custom bases, arm them to the teeth, and turn their enemies to dust. In the game developed by EarthWork Games, you will manage resources, develop your tech tree, unlock more advanced weapons to target the weak points of your enemies, and watch with satisfaction as thei... Read More »

  • Destiny - Age of Triumph: The Final Task

    With the updated raids now here, we now have all 4 raids to complete once more and one final record book to complete and it’s by far the hardest one. This could very well be the final task for Destiny, and those of you like me who have stuck with it since Beta I thank you. For those of you who came in during Year 1 thank you. For those of you who joined in Year 2 or are just joining us in Ye... Read More »

  • Final Fantasy XV: New Empire - A Game to Be Experienced!

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    Final Fantasy franchise has ruled the entertainment industry for decades together. A game that made its debut in the month of December, 1987 and still continues to be a piece of work so close to a gamer’s heart. There have not been many games that have come close to challenging the very position that franchise has set up. Over the years, the developers of the game have extended its presence ... Read More »

  • Torchlight Mobile Review A Well Worked Diablo Style Game Keeps You Entertained

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    The Torchlight series had created quite the buzz when the game had launched. Offering a diablo like experience the game was soon popular among its fans. This exhilarating experience was only made better when Torchlight II was released on the PC. It took gamers by a storm, with impressive gaming, quality graphics and a fun to play game, it soon became a favourite amongst gamers.  The franchise... Read More »

  • 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 »

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