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21 September 2017

Kin Boon | 12 hours ago

Tokyo Game Show returns for its yearly convention to showcase the best Japanese gaming has to offer, and the big guns of the industry wasted no time on flashing out their best titles in a grand fashion. We were granted access to this year’s event and we had the opportunity ... Read More

19 September 2017

Dale Bashir | 3 days ago

For this year's Tokyo Game Show, Konami will be showcasing their games for consoles, mobile and partner titles, which are games that they publish for other 2nd party developers. Console titles   One of Konami's highlights is Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball Champion... Read More

8 September 2017

Dale Bashir | 2 weeks ago

Yesterday, we counted down the worst characters video game sequels had to offer. Now, it's time to do the best sequel characters. Will your favorites come out on top? We'll see, let's go: 10.Donkey Kong Count... Read More

Dale Bashir | 2 weeks ago

For a medium that has lasted for over 40 years, even video games cannot escape the ire of bad sequels. It's when a sequel doesn't live up to the original, whether it is in terms of the plot, scope or in this case, characters, players start... Read More

22 August 2017

Dale Bashir | 1 month ago

The Tokyo Game Show has always been the best place for Japanese developers to showcase and in some cases, let fans try out brand new, upcoming Japanese games. This year's Game Show is no different. The Tokyo Game Show 2017 is less than a month away and with our very own Supe... Read More

17 August 2017

Nicolas See Tho | 1 month ago

We always have a quote or two to live by in our lives. Be it celebrities, parents or, your favorite video games. These quotes represent the soul of the video game title and will always remain in our hearts. The Legend of Zelda It’s like a recess bell stimulating your brain signal... Read More

28 March 2017

Sacharrine | 6 months ago

Montaro is a doge. No really, he’s a doge. This surprisingly addictive little game is all about Montaro, a doge or shibe, going around and surviving good old retro-ish Japan. The game immediately catches your eye with its simplicity and catchy, carefree sounding music. In fac... Read More

8 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 6 months ago

"NieR: Automata is being released worldwide on PC on 17th March 2017 and you can pre-purchase on Steam right now!" proclaimed the official NieR: Automata Facebook page last Saturday. It was the first thing I saw on Facebook that morning, and, utterly thrilled, I didn't hes... Read More

4 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 7 months ago

Update: At time of writing, comments on the NieR: Automata Facebook page indicate that those in Asian countries are unable to access the game's Steam store page. On the other hand, it is available for pre-order in western countries. This brings to mind the PC port of Metal Ge... Read More

24 February 2017

Melvyn Tan | 7 months ago

In case you didn't know (I didn't), Kong: Skull Island director Jordan Vogt-Roberts signed on to direct a movie adaptation of Hideo Kojima's Metal Gear Solid series back in 2014. IMDb lists him as "rumoured", but he confirmed with Slashfilm that he was "still involved and attached... Read More

20 February 2017

Melvyn Tan | 7 months ago

Getting the Target: Führer DLC mission for free wasn’t what enticed me to pre-order Sniper Elite 4, but after playing it I have to say that it’s definitely a worthwhile bonus. The whole act of killing Hitler still doesn’t feel like the highlight to me thou... Read More

16 February 2017

Melvyn Tan | 7 months ago

I’m honestly not much of a sniping fan, to the point that I ignored the chance to download Sniper Elite V2 for free during some Steam Christmas offer. I kind of regret that honestly, but at least I’ve got the latest in the series, Sniper Elite 4, as current co... Read More

14 February 2017

Melvyn Tan | 7 months 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... Read More

13 February 2017

Melvyn Tan | 7 months 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 -... Read More

22 January 2017

Melvyn Tan | 8 months ago

With about 20 minutes of gameplay, I'm going to try to not attempt a super-detailed break down or analysis the new single player walkthrough for Ghost Recon Wildlands. I'll begin with a summary of my impression of it then: there doesn't seem to be anything particularly new or revolutionar... Read More

21 January 2017

Melvyn Tan | 8 months ago

It's 2017, which means we have a whole new year's worth of games incoming. There'll be the usual big budget triple-A games, a host of indies, lots of sequels, some new IPs, more free-to-play games and all sorts of other ... Read More

9 January 2017

Melvyn Tan | 8 months ago

While the main Ubisoft YouTube channel offered us a live action trailer involving cats and lasers last week, the Ubisoft Brasil YouTube channel had something else for viewers. Released a day before The Red Dot, Operação Skydive brings us about one minute of Ghost R... Read More

6 January 2017

Melvyn Tan | 8 months ago

Guys, please pay attention to your cat, especially if you're one of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands' drug cartel members. Otherwise, you could have totally noticed earlier that the thing your cat was chasing was actually a laser pointer aimed in your vicinity and had the chance to get... Read More

21 December 2016

Melvyn Tan | 9 months ago

2016 had a bunch of notable AAA game releases and some - on paper at least - were right up my alley. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was chief among them, since I enjoyed Deus Ex: Human Revolution a lot. I was cautiously optimistic about Hitman at first, but got slig... Read More

14 November 2016

Aiman Maulana | 10 months ago

The final demo of Final Fantasy XV is pretty good after all. As we've reported last week, Final Fantasy XV had a brand new demo called 'Judgement Disc', and it's available for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The only catch here was that it's exclusive for Japan users only. It may seem we... Read More

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