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  • Gunslugs: Tribute to MetalSlug

    Gunslugs is a shotter game from OrangePixel. Inspired by MetalSlug, Thus GunSlugs kept the name "Slug" from MetalSlug. All you have to do is going forward, get supply and kill anything moving. Image The image  is designed with pixel graphics which is kinda like Minecraft. Though the image is simple, the content is very rich. All the effects including Backgound... Read More »

  • Dungeon Hunter 4 (iOS): Something You May Purchase in Game

    enidmo 0

    When Gameloft announced that Dungeon Hunter 4 would be a F2P game with in-App purchases in the early days, some of the gamers showed that they were dissatisfied with the in-App purchases. However, as an action-RPG fan, I kept silent about this setting and waited for the game’s release. Currently, this hack ‘n’ slash Diablo-like game has already launched on the App Store, I could not wai... Read More »

  • Defiance: Time Well Spent

    I recently gave my first impressions on the new third person, shooter MMO called Defiance. Since all of that information remains true, I would recommend you go read that first before carrying on. Done? Good, now I will regal you with stories from the tattered landscape of the San Francisco Bay area. Once you start in Defiance you are prompted to create a character during the first... Read More »

  • Endless Pixel-art Game Slayin (iOS) Review

    enidmo 0

    Recently, it seems that the fashion of pixel-art game is bursting again. Here, I want to share Slayin, an ARPG pixel-art game developed by famous FDG with you. The retro pixel image with a brisk 8-bit music, and there is also a simple operating panel including Action Key, Forward Key and Backward Key at the bottom of the game interface. Do all of these remind you the GameBoy you p... Read More »

  • Injustice: Gods Among US (iOS) Review

    enidmo 0

    Injustice: Gods Among US was released on the App Store by Warner Bros on April 3rd. This is a FTG adopted from the DC Comics icons. Many classic DC Comics icons can embody the players’ fantasy engaging in epic battles on a massive scale in a world where the line between good and evil has been blurred. I tried this game simply and here is some hands-on I want to share with you. Fir... Read More »

  • Several Next Generation Techniques at GDC 2013

    Caelyn 0

    Game Development Conference is a place for us to talk about how to design a game, how to attract players and show off some new stuffs titled "high technique", and so forth. Anyway, we could not belittle those things, because it really gives us a surprise, broads our horizon and brings a more immersive experience for us in the game. Today, I want to introduce several objects that present... Read More »

  • Defiance: Beta First impressions

    I've been playing the Defiance game beta since closed beta invites began being sent out, as of last weekend the NDA regarding the game was lifted and I'm not able to talk about what I saw and the impressions I got from playing the game. The first thing that impressed me from one closed beta section to the next is how the game has improved graphically. I wouldn't classify... Read More »

  • Kartuga Closed Beta Review

     Upon request via Evelyn here is my 2 pence on Kartuga. Please see my lvl 30 ship below. J Having played www.kartuga.com for 2 weeks personally I love the game and cannot get enough of it... however the game is in early stages at present and is very repetitive so maybe its not for everyone but it is still very early stages and isn't fully live yet. I would like to see improvements a... Read More »

  • A Comprehensive Look at Improvements in Dota 2

    As the successor to the original DotA, Dota 2 has kept the same major themes in heroes, hero abilities, items, and attributes. Because of this, old school DotA players, when making the switch to Dota2, should feel at ease. In addition, the advancements made in Dota 2 in terms of graphics, effects, and the shop system, the name a few, bring a much improved experience to players. ... Read More »

  • Real Racing 3 (iOS) Review

    JoeLW 0

    As one of the world's largest video game developers and publishers, free-to-play means a lot to EA. The company announced F2P Real Racing 3 for iOS platform in February and shocked the mobile gaming market hardly. Now the game has been available for a while and proven to be a hit — the downloads of Real Racing 3 in the first week surpassed the total downloads of Real Racing and Real Rac... Read More »

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