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21 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 days ago

While BioWare is known for their strength in making RPGs and telling stories, their new sci-fi RPG, Mass Effect: Andromeda, seems to have become known more for its questionable animations in recent days (an aspect that spawned terrible toxicity). Animations aside, early impressions by media ou... Read More

Melvyn Tan | 2 days ago

Although video games belong to a medium of visuals, their soundtracks are nevertheless an important aspect, accenting the power of a scene and conjuring nostalgic images years after the game's release. For those who fell in love with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 1998, it has been ne... Read More

20 March 2017

Kin Boon | 3 days ago

The internet has found a new obsession in the form of Mass Effect: Andromeda’s weird animations, which were mainly prevalent on the characters’ faces during dialogue sequences. It’s all fun and games as we are living in an age where memes rule the internet, until the fiasco associ... Read More

17 March 2017

Kin Boon | 6 days ago

Sony’s hottest and latest exclusive title, Horizon: Zero Dawn has sold 2.6 million units in two weeks after its launch last month. This figure includes physical and digital copies, making Guerilla Game’s first foray into the open-world action RPG genre a massive success. The developer w... Read More

Kin Boon | 6 days ago

We are less than a week away from the launch of Mass Effect: Andromeda, and its pre-launch marketing campaign has begun after the embargo was lifted for early impression videos and reviews. Most would expect the bulk of the focus will be on the core aspects of BioWare’s third-person action RPG... Read More

15 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 1 week ago

A couple of days after its Deadpool-vibe-giving launch trailer, Styx: Shards of Darkness has now become available. It's Styx's second solo stealth outing, but does the stealth sequel improve upon its predecessor in practice as well as on paper? And perhaps more importantly, does Styx's Deadpool-lik... Read More

Kurtis Chan | 1 week ago

Questions on when will Orisa make her way to live servers has been answered by Blizzard with a new hero preview of Orisa which also features a behind the scene of how Orisa was made and the inspirations behind her design. At the end of the video, a release date for Orisa on live servers was also an... Read More

14 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 1 week ago

The idea of Halo Wars 2 having a demo delights me for some reason, although I'm not really feeling the urge to download it and give it a try. If you've been wanting to try it for free before buying it however, then you can finally do so right now. So what's in this demo? Well, it has the first... Read More

13 March 2017

Kin Boon | 1 week ago

The Nintendo Switch might be Nintendo’s fastest-selling console of all time and it has one of the best open-world games in its launch library, but it was marred by issues plaguing the system. Hardware defects were reported by many users and although Nintendo responded that one of the issues i... Read More

12 March 2017

Bryan Terng | 1 week ago

So that Logan film you’ve seen being discussed, praised, and worshipped on the Internet, have you seen it? It’d be a crime to miss Wolverine/Logan’s farewell film, especially when it’s filmed so artistically and gritty that it shouldn’t called a typical comic book bloc... Read More

10 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 weeks ago

If you haven't dived into Day of Infamy's battles yet, then it's probably time to buckle up: the World War 2 mod-turned-standalone-game for tactical shooter Insurgency, is leaving Early Access and will be fully released on March 23, developer New World Interactive announced. Set in war-torn Europe,... Read More

9 March 2017

Kin Boon | 2 weeks ago

Character recruitment has never been so fun   Back in the heydey of the original PlayStation, there were a few JRPG series that stood out for their original concept, unique play style, or just to offer something different than the ever popular Final Fantasy series, and one of them is Suikoden. ... Read More

Kin Boon | 2 weeks ago

Conan Exiles puts a hilarious spin on the open-world survival genre when it went all out in character customization, offering players the option to customize their genitals with a dick slider and realistic physics on it. It was a comical moment, yet it was effective to make the game go viral. Funco... Read More

8 March 2017

Kin Boon | 2 weeks ago

The hype for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was intense even before release, and it was well justified after launch due to its critical success, notching perfect review scores from most reputable reviewers. It’s a huge and much-needed victory for Nintendo when they launched the Switc... Read More

Melvyn Tan | 2 weeks ago

I didn't get much satisfaction from the Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta, but the reception by most critics and Steam players suggest that the majority of the gaming populace will enjoy what the now-released game has to offer. Not everyone is entirely impressed with it, but it still seems that Ubiso... Read More

7 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 weeks ago

Class-based shooter LawBreakers will be having a closed beta test this month, developer Boss Key Productions announced. The beta phase will begin a week after PAX East 2017 in Boston, where the closed beta will be previewed. The beta promises "new content and changes based on player feedback f... Read More

Melvyn Tan | 2 weeks ago

While it's currently uncertain whether the PC version of NieR: Automata will be available in Malaysia (and other Asian countries besides Japan), the PS4 version ended up on our shores last month, with Japanese dub and English subs available to boot. Today's the date of the western release however, ... Read More

6 March 2017

Kin Boon | 2 weeks ago

If you are a proud owner of the Nintendo Switch and you are hoping that you can transfer your save data to a memory card, we have some bad news for you. Nintendo recently updated its FAQ stating that save data can only be stored on the Switch’s internal memory and cannot be transferred. The D... Read More

Kin Boon | 2 weeks ago

Horizon: Zero Dawn sets up to be one of the best games in 2017, even though it’s only March. Guerilla Games’ take on the open world action-RPG genre is considered brilliant from many reviewers, as they cited the developers’ efforts in creating something unique from a tried-and-tes... Read More

3 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 3 weeks ago

This morning, I happened to stumble upon a Facebook comment section where some sort of Horizon Zero Dawn versus The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild debate was going on. While there was more bashing than comparisons from the OP, the topic itself felt a little interesting to me, considering ... Read More

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