You know, with games like Ghost of Tsushima, Conquers’s Blade, Anno 1800, The Witchers, Red Dead Redemption and Total war: Three Kingdoms, they all share something in common. All of these games are based on strong cultures from various countries/continent. Themes that we’ve seen, time and time again. […]
I’m sure that by now you’ve noticed that games these days are being shaped by what how the media, particularly by gaming journalism. After the reaction to Sekiro’s difficulty and other indie games been blasted for their different takes in story-telling, one has to wonder if gaming is […]
This is what I’m talking about when I say that our games are getting easier by the day. Games today aren’t getting easier because gamers are becoming more and more incompetent at playing them, no, they’re getting easier because certain game journalists out there can’t seem to get […]
So, I was lucky enough to NOT witness that disaster stream that was Gearbox’s event and had a clear and untainted first look at Borderlands 3 reveal trailer. Now, despite what Polygon might feel, this Borderlands 3 actually looks fun. And this is coming from someone who got […]
With Google’s Stadia showing a very promising and ambitious plan to bring gaming into the future and become the Netflix of Gaming, one has to wonder if this is really the direction that gaming needs to go?
Well, the wait is finally over! Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice is now available to everyone to buy and suffer at their leisure! I decided to pick up my copy on Steam and I’ve put in about 10 hours into the game thus far. I know it may not […]
As I was wandering the ever so vast internet, I stumbled upon this very interesting open world game called Nostos, an open-world VR game created by NetEase. Nostos is a simulation technology with real physical environment, a giant and seamless world map, freely moving system and oriental animated […]
So, bet you didn’t expect a game like this huh? Or maybe you did, you’ve anticipated this day for years. Either way, Drone Strike Force is here that it lets you control drones in an online shooter gameplay.
After months of speculation, we finally have the official confirmation that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to not only the PC, but Steam as well. Today is a good day.