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23 April 2018

Intan Mawarni | 2 days ago

If you ask any gamer upon the question of “what is your favourite video game of all-time?”, they may respond with a long, pregnant pause to answer that ultimate question. As a gamer myself, I simply find it hard to choose just one video game that captivated m... Read More

19 April 2018

Intan Mawarni | 6 days ago

It seems like every game developer is jumping onto the bandwagon of the battle royale frenzy, made popular by the likes of PUBG, Fortnite and the most recent contender in the genre, Radical Heights. Moreover, a big shooter franchise like Call of Duty is ditching their single-player ca... Read More

18 April 2018

Intan Mawarni | 1 week ago

The upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will not feature the traditional solo campaign which has been the key component to this famous shooter series in the last 15 years. As reported by Polygon, two anonymous sources revealed that the developer Treyarch couldn&... Read More

16 April 2018

Yue Lynn | 1 week ago

A new fighting game has entered the PlayStation battleground! Developed by Singapore-based PD Design Studio and released on 12th April 2018,  Dusty Raging Fist is described as “a beautifully hand drawn 2D side scrolling hack and slash game with strategic co... Read More

10 April 2018

Intan Mawarni | 2 weeks ago

Boss Key Productions has unveiled its latest early access battle royale mode, Radical Heights, today. Following the formula of the battle royale genre with a new twist on the side, players will participate in a futuristic game show, inspired by the '80s, in a huge domed comm... Read More

3 April 2018

Intan Mawarni | 3 weeks ago

A Way Out is taking on a fresh look into the mandatory two-player co-op adventure with the magic of Josef Fares and the team at Hazelight Studios are definitely brewing up something special for this prison escapade. You’re sort of playing a prison break game with A Way... Read More

2 April 2018

Yue Lynn | 3 weeks ago

The Sea of Thieves comic is a fun piece of work. While the Microsoft-exclusive Sea of Thieves game was received with mixed reviews, the comic series seem to be faring better by being a thoroughly enjoyable read. Published by Titan Comics, the monthly comic series... Read More

21 March 2018

Melvyn Tan | 1 month ago

Listen up, folks! Today, I'm gonna be talking about a little game called Day of Infamy. It's a World War 2 shooter from the Insurgency devs that exited Early Access this month last year. I've been losing dozens of hours of my life to it, in a good way, and you totally shoul... Read More

Yue Lynn | 1 month ago

There must be something in the air. The past week has been filled with a bunch of awesome announcements and now Sony has another trick that relates to one of human’s favourite things: discounts! Yes, PlayStation is currently having a Double Disco... Read More

Dale Bashir | 1 month ago

"A Final Fantasy for Fans and First-Timers." This quote is the first thing you see when you boot up the game, and says a lot about Final Fantasy XV, for better or for worse. If you count the years when it started out as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, I have been waiti... Read More

5 February 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

Launch issues aren’t new. They may not be expected at a game’s launch, much less hoped for, but to say that they are entirely unforeseen is probably unlikely at this point. After all, even big titles from Battlefield 3 to the more recent Dishonored 2 - triple-A game... Read More

3 February 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

It wasn’t long before I watched Granblue Fantasy: Project Re: Link’s gameplay trailer that I thought getting excited about another action-RPG would take a while. Just as Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain made me lose interest in everything else in t... Read More

1 February 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

A new World War 2 multiplayer shooter is on the horizon, one that promises a return to the older days and delivers a competitive experience. Battalion 1944 is its name, and it’ll be entering Steam Early Access next month with a cheaper price ($14.99) than the full r... Read More

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

Call of Duty tends to get bashed by gamers, and I myself have poked fun at the franchise too. But despite that, as well as the split opinions caused by the mobility-boosting features of some of the futuristic entries, 2014’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - which I pla... Read More

30 January 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

“Accessible” was far from the defining trait of Monster Hunter games of the past. Despite its massive popularity in Japan and the love some players from other countries have for it, the series also proved to be tough meat to sink one’s teeth into for many others. Thi... Read More

25 January 2018

Dale Bashir | 3 months ago

Whether you're being paid in cash or in some random cryptocurrency like CryptoKitties, there is no denying the allure of making money out of video games, and we're not talking about being an eSport champion or a Twitch streamer. People will pay real money just to get that skin th... Read More

19 January 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

Think of AI in games, and enemies from singleplayer and co-op experiences will likely spring to mind in an instant. From smart (or seemingly smart) foes in shooters to blatantly cheating high-difficulty commanders in an RTS game, humans have a... Read More

18 January 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

Nintendo’s latest major console release - which sadly doesn’t look like a giant switch with Nintendo’s logo on it - is nearly a year old now. Since that time, it has gone on to do pretty well for ... Read More

16 January 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

Waiting for an anticipated major game release, especially after finishing one, is more than just a period of waiting. It can be a time of soul-searching and existential crisis, where one asks things like: “what dost I do now that my quest has ended and I hath ... Read More

9 January 2018

Melvyn Tan | 3 months ago

“Everything that lives is designed to end. We are perpetually trapped in a never-ending spiral of life and death. Is this a curse? Or some kind of punishment? I often think about the god who blessed us with this cryptic puzzle...and wonder if we'll ever get ... Read More

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