8 results found for "satire"
2 May 2018

Jasmin | 11 months ago

You can’t deny that dating simulators are quite the popular genre nowadays, whether serious or satire, with games like Doki Doki Literature Club and Death Match Love Comedy hitting Steam and Youtube. There must be something about being woo-ed by some interesting charact... Read More

28 August 2017

Nicolas See Tho | 2 years ago

This might sound a little crazy for some because Dota 2 players know what Eternal Envy stands for.  After Fnatic’s announcement on acquiring EE-sama, PieLieDie and Excalibur, we were all surprised with the outcome - especially since EE-sama will be representing the SE... Read More

8 April 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 years ago

Activision Blizzard Studios has confirmed that its planned Call of Duty cinematic universe will have DLC, just like the video games. An unnamed spokesperson said that the DLC content is intended to "increase the longevity" of the films "months after their release" as well as to... Read More

21 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 years 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, ... Read More

20 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 years ago

A Gamers Hideout store manager has accused a random guy who walked into the store of being a kill stealer. The guy, who had entered the store with his friends to buy an Xbox One, said they were utterly perplexed by the accusation. "Less than a minute after we walked in, the store manager su... Read More

18 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 years ago

BioWare thinks that good quality animations in video games are overrated, and that the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda is fine without them, it has been revealed. "Good quality animations are totally overrated," said Lead Designer Ian Frazier on Twitter. "We don't really need them. Vid... Read More

11 March 2017

Melvyn Tan | 2 years ago

Asians around the world are stunned that upcoming World War 2 shooter, Battalion 1944, doesn't seem to be region-locked in Asia despite the publisher having the Square Enix name. The developers had earlier announced that Square Enix Collective would be publishing their game, which they ins... Read More

26 October 2016

Melvyn Tan | 2 years ago

Call of Duty's live-action trailers tend to be fun, non-serious experiences with appearances from well-known personalities, while also boasting pretty good production values. Infinite Warfare's Screw It, Let's Go To Space trailer, which is directed by Peter Berg, is no different. It s... Read More

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