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1 November 2019

Justin Chee | 1 month ago

Made for the PSVR, Sairento VR is a hi-tech fantasy VR game. Like any action-oriented VR titles, Sairento VR seems to sit on the top of my list as one of the more frantic VR games that might assault players on the senses. The gameplay features a combat system that is designed to be f... Read More

9 October 2019

Melvyn Tan | 2 months ago

I never expected to enjoy Borderlands 3 as much as I did. Initially, it just seemed like more Borderlands but with updated visuals. Given that I’d only finished Borderlands 2’s campaign earlier this year and am ... Read More

20 August 2019

Ivan Cheong | 4 months ago

  After over 25 years, Samurai Shodown re-enters the fighting game scene looking to carve its place beside household names such as Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. One of SNK’s most famous series, Samurai Shodown is a weapons-based fighting game that introduces a more met... Read More

25 July 2019

Michelle J. Brohier | 5 months ago

It's just not enough that there's a Pokemon Center in Singapore, now it looks like they're getting Pokemon Masters first! The Pokemon Company has confirmed a soft launch for the game in Singapore and Canada, which has just been made available today. What this means is that those of you living ... Read More

29 May 2019

Daniel TY | 7 months ago

The Pokemon Company conducted a press conference from Tokyo today, announcing a handful of products that felt like an eco-system of sorts. Tsunekazu Ishihara, president and CEO of the Pokemon Company, from behind a PokeBall-shaped podium provided the announcements in a man... Read More

13 May 2019

Michelle J. Brohier | 7 months ago

When you look at what movies are being released from 2020 onwards, I'm sure you can't help but think that creativity is dead. Remakes, adaptations, sequels and live-actions are the only types of movies you can be sure to be released in the next few years; and yes, it's not ba... Read More

10 May 2019

Michelle J. Brohier | 7 months ago

In part 2, Dale finally puts together the GameShell - the Gameboy-sized console that allows you to play classics from the NES, Genesis, NeoGeo, Game Gear, PSX and so much more! Subscribe to our channel and stay tuned to our review of the GameShell! Visit the Clorkwork Pi official website for mor... Read More

Michelle J. Brohier | 7 months ago

After all of this time of unboxing, building and preparing the GameShell, we can now get down to experiencing it ourselves. Visit the Clorkwork Pi official website for more information: https://www.clockworkpi.com/ Read More

4 July 2017

Nicolas See Tho | 2 years ago

The global phenomenon that is PlayersUnknown Battlegrounds might still be in early access, but it is already being played by the millions worldwide, and recently, players were given a sneak preview on one of the new upcoming arena map, which is to be played in a desert.` The desert map has cacti,... Read More

30 June 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 years 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

24 June 2017

Sacharrine | 2 years ago

Nefarious was one of those games that seemed to have sneaked by me. Released in January this year, this game was Kickstarted and successfully went through Steam Greenlight to make it onto the store pages. Now, the concept of playing as a villain isn’t exactly... Read More

23 June 2017

Kin Boon | 2 years 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

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