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10 July 2017

Nicolas See Tho |10 months ago

Once in a while, we like to put our controllers and keyboards down as we partake in games that are analog and physical. To do so, we joined a special pre-release session of the latest expansion set from the Godfather of trading card games, Magic: The Gathering.  Previously, we were taken ... Read more

30 June 2017

Melvyn Tan |11 months ago

While our monthly "Biggest Games of" series looks at the biggest game releases of an upcoming month, in Hit or Miss we look back to see whether the more recent ones succeeded in earning the praise of critics or rec ... Read more

23 June 2017

Melvyn Tan |11 months ago

Update: Aven Colony has been removed from this article, as considering it to be one of the biggest games of July 2017 feels out-of-place in hindsight. With the ongoing Steam Summer Sale, a good number of us might have to be a little thriftier come next month. Than ... Read more

Kin Boon |11 months ago

The days of VR being some sort of a niche in the gaming industry were long gone, as more and more developers undertake the task to create games based on the concept. While most of them prefer to do it for PC and consoles, there are a few ambitious companies that prefer to provide the en ... Read more

21 June 2017

Kin Boon |11 months ago

It’s been almost a week since E3 2017 concluded, and despite being more of a mellow affair this year, it did leave some sort of impression, if not then it wouldn’t be considered as the biggest yearly gaming conference. Even though most of my personal wishlist will only ... Read more

12 June 2017

Kin Boon |11 months ago

We are well into the peak period of the eighth generation of consoles, yet the announcement of a brand new and powerful machine headlines E3 2017 with Microsoft’s Project Scorpio. The “most powerful console ever made” was given the name Xbox One X, and it’l ... Read more

11 June 2017

Kin Boon |11 months ago

Excitement was clearly in the air when EA kicked off E3 2017, but it soon descended to a pile of mediocrity filled with cringe and it was unwatchable at times. This shouldn’t come as a surprise since EA wasn’t known for delivering exciting conferences at E3, but yesterday& ... Read more

9 June 2017

Kin Boon |11 months ago

We are one day away from arguably the biggest gaming event of the year, E3 2017 and as we look forward to what the big developers have in store for us, it’s kind of predictable in terms of what will be featured at the convention. Big triple-A titles ... Read more

Sacharrine |11 months ago

If you’ve ever wondered what it must be like to wander around the Mushroom Kingdom in the Super Mario games, you might not have all that long to wait. Universal Studios Japan seems to be working on a new Super Mario theme park called Super Nintendo World and it is as exciting ... Read more

8 June 2017

Sacharrine |11 months ago

Steam Greenlight was introduced back in 2012. Since then, there have been over 90 million votes cast on various submissions. According to Steam, nearly 10 million players have participated in voting. 63 million players have played games that came to Steam through Greenlight. Among th ... Read more

29 May 2017

Melvyn Tan |12 months ago

While our monthly "Biggest Games of" series looks at the biggest game releases of an upcoming month, in Hit or Miss we look back to see whether the more recent ones succeeded in earning the praise of critics or received scorn instead. This time, we ... Read more

25 May 2017

Melvyn Tan |12 months ago

Note: Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash has been removed from the list, due to the lack of a firm international release date or an indication that it's coming in June. While preparing the coming month's "Biggest Games of" list, I experien ... Read more

Kin Boon |12 months ago

Gaming can be quite an expensive hobby nowadays, and despite a study showing Malaysia has the 3rd highest spending power in South East Asia, buying new games can still put a dent in our wallets. Although you can trade your collections to ease the financial burden in fulfilling our gamin ... Read more

24 May 2017

Kin Boon |12 months ago

If you are born in the early 90s, it’s very likely that you have encountered certain classic games that left a lasting impression. While these games might have a system that is rarely compatible with modern standards, it doesn’t automatically render them obsolete, as ... Read more

22 May 2017

Kurtis Chan |12 months ago

  In the topic of gaming peripherals, the brands that most gamers will have in mind are usually Razer, Logitech G, SteelSeries, and many other giants in the industry. But have you ever heard of GAMDIAS? GAMDIAS is a brand based in Taiw ... Read more

21 May 2017

Melvyn Tan |12 months ago

It can be easy to assume LawBreakers to be yet another attempt to break into the hero shooter genre, or to dismiss it as an Overwatch-inspired competitor. Actually, I'd be surprised - and a bit disappointed - if someone were to directly compare this to Overwatch. It's really a diff ... Read more

20 May 2017

Kin Boon |1 year ago

It’s no secret that eSports has a booming growth in the past decade, turning from a niche industry to a mainstream event within the gaming scene, and it’s well on its way in getting international recognition after being incorporated in the 2022 ... Read more

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