Feature Stories
17 February 2017

Kin Boon |1 month ago

We are halfway through February and it means one thing for Nintendo fans, we are two weeks away from the launch of Nintendo Switch! Nintendo’s latest home console first made headlines last year for showing off revolutionary gameplay and the idea that you can mix portability with console gamin ... Read more

Melvyn Tan |1 month ago

While Ubisoft's For Honor released on February 14 like Sniper Elite 4 did, its reviews took a bit longer to come out, with the last couple days seeing a lot of pre-reviews or reviews-in-progress instead. There're still a number of those, particularly on major sites like IGN and GameSpot, but a ... Read more

14 February 2017

Kin Boon |1 month ago

February 14 might just be a normal date for most gamers, but for the rest of the world, it signifies the one true day to express your love to your partner or your crush in Valentine’s Day. As much as the single gamers prefer to date their consoles or handheld devices for the rest of the day (t ... Read more

Melvyn Tan |1 month ago

Today is Valentine's Day, which means Sniper Elite 4 is finally out and ready to be played by the masses. Since last night however, reviews have been popping out of the bushes to deliver their judgement on Rebellion's sniping sequel - do they have good things to say about it, or does the sandb ... Read more

Bryan Terng |1 month ago

Love is in the air once again! On second thought, it’s always been in the air. It’s Valentine’s Day that only makes it particularly obvious, due to the inception of mass advertising, plus social media platforms being flooded either with optimistically lovey dovey or emo/forever al ... Read more

13 February 2017

Melvyn Tan |1 month ago

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and and for me it’ll probably be like any other Valentine’s Day - no date, no girlfriend; just me and video games and anime for company. But this year, I’ll at least have a somewhat special video game companion with me - Rebellion’s Sniper ... Read more

11 February 2017

Bryan Terng |1 month ago

Nioh has been repeatedly compared to both Dark Souls and Bloodborne so many times that it’s probably starting to get tiresome for some people. But people, people! There are plenty of differences between these games. Like its godparents of Dark Souls III and Bloodborne, Nioh is brutally hard. ... Read more

10 February 2017

Melvyn Tan |1 month ago

Halfway through John Wick: Chapter 2 - the Keanu Reeves-starring action sequel about a badass assassin forced out of retirement - I found myself wondering: what if this was made into a video game? The reason the thought came to mind was due to the many, many headshots the titular character pulls of ... Read more

Melvyn Tan |1 month ago

In case you missed the news, Square Enix and Marvel have formed a partnership, and the first title they announced is called The Avengers project. Other than the fact that it involves the Avengers and a bleak setting where "the time of heroes" is seemingly over, we know next to nothin ... Read more

8 February 2017

Melvyn Tan |1 month ago

If you've been waiting for a new Dark Souls-like experience, chances are you've got your sights set on Nioh. Made by Team Ninja of Ninja Gaiden fame, the action-RPG takes place in ancient Japan, where a blonde swordsman named William traverses the country and battles demons called Yokai. Some previ ... Read more

6 February 2017

Melvyn Tan |1 month ago

Line of Sight is Steam’s latest free-to-play shooter offering, standing out from most of the current crop by virtue of its generic qualities. That’s not entirely a negative though; it offers a nice change from all the class-based team shooters most of its peers seem to be, and even ... Read more

5 February 2017

David Tan |1 month ago

Animation in Video Games Matters In video games, animations have a different purpose compare to other mediums such as films and anime. While some games do not require animations to function, most games that we play heavily rely on it to portrait feedbacks, acting, and personalities of the moving sub ... Read more

2 February 2017

Kin Boon |2 months ago

My first take on tactical RPGs As the year enters a new cycle, both on the Gregorian and lunar calendar, it’s inevitable for us to reminisce the past. Spring cleanings are always a must to welcome the new year (I don’t really believe that), which more often than not will conjure some ol ... Read more

1 February 2017

Melvyn Tan |2 months ago

The recently concluded For Honor closed beta ran from January 26 to January 30, and fortunately I got the chance to play it. Unfortunately, I only received my invitation on the 28th. And with Chinese New Year stuff plus multiple disconnects the first time during my first session, I only spent about ... Read more

26 January 2017

Melvyn Tan |2 months ago

In slightly less than a week we’ll be in the month of February, which means a whole month’s worth of new game releases to look forward to! Unlike January, western games have a larger presence this time around, though we’ve still got a notable Japanese release in the form of Nioh. ... Read more

25 January 2017

Kurtis Chan |2 months ago

A new patch went live on the Overwatch servers last night which kick starts the Year of the Rooster event in full blast, along with the adjustments and updates done in the previous PTR patch. Here's what to expect in Patch 1.7 of the game. As per tradition, Blizzard celebrates the Lunar New Year b ... Read more

24 January 2017

Melvyn Tan |2 months ago

Resident Evil/Biohazard 7 is out today, and those who haven’t played it yet are probably curious about how successful Capcom’s return to the series’ survival horror roots is in the full release. Luckily, plenty of reviews - mostly for PS4 - have cropped up on the net as early as y ... Read more

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