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Anno 1800 (PC) Review :: Welcome to the New World

by arkadyution Thursday, 18 April 2019, 11:01 am
City building games are making a comeback in 2019! Yay! (“Insert random words in my mind to express joy here”) But seriously. 2019 is shaping up to be quite a year for strategy and simulation fans, with a plethora of titles to treat old fans of the genre and make new ones. If you ask […]

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review (PC) :: Die Twice As Much

by Ramesh Radhakrishnanon Wednesday, 17 April 2019, 12:28 am
I’m gonna be straight with you, if you can’t git gud real fast and if you think video games shouldn’t be ridiculously hard, then you’re better of playing Kirby’s Dreamland or something of that caliber because you are not going to like this. From From Software and Activision comes a colourful interpretation of Japan filled with all […]

The Division 2 Review (PS4) :: Multiplying The Division

by IndianNoobon Monday, 1 April 2019, 11:20 am
So The Division 2. Sometimes solo, sometimes co-op, sometimes multiplayer, ALWAYS ONLINE. I suspect this is going to be a common explanation for a lot of games in the future. Games like Destiny 2, Anthem, Warframe and indeed the first Division share a lot in common, and not all of it is good. With the […]

Dawn of Man Review :: Prehistoric Paraphernalia

by arkadyution Sunday, 31 March 2019, 6:27 pm
Simulation and strategy games aren’t really something which are people’s first choice when it comes to gaming. If you ask anyone, most are likely to say they play FPS or MOBAs, with a select few going for RPGs or something along similar lines. The genre really seeks to make a comeback in 2019 after a […]

Metro Exodus Review (PS4) :: Leaving Metro Behind

by Ramesh Radhakrishnanon Thursday, 14 March 2019, 7:24 pm
In 2019, the single player narrative-driven shooter sits high atop the list of endangered genres. With publishers pushing games as services and the never-ending chase for the next high-tempo shooter that will dominate Twitch for a year before inevitably being replaced, Exodus’ insistence on keeping your head down, taking it slow, and conserving ammunition is […]

BATALJ Review (PC) :: Prepare Your Blasters

by Sailesh Singhon Monday, 11 March 2019, 6:38 pm
There’s a certain charm of turn-based strategy games that have thrilled people for centuries – Chess and Chinese checkers being prime examples, both requiring foresight and ingenuity in order to anticipate the opponent’s every move. Now superimpose the faction-based combat of the former atop the tiled map of the later and you get games like […]

Foundation Preview :: For the People, By the People

by arkadyution Friday, 8 March 2019, 10:05 am
There are certain categories of games that you play that others in your friend circle might have not heard about. Maybe you don’t speak about them, because you feel others will think you to be peculiar, playing games they haven’t heard about. City building games are one of those niche categories of games that have […]

Anthem Review (PS4) :: Iron Man Simulator

by IndianNoobon Saturday, 2 March 2019, 7:26 am
Anthem is the next magnum opus by Bioware. Not only is the game uncharted territory for EA, who wants something sticky like Destiny, its also unexplored waters for a company who is known for their single-player RPG experiences. Not only that Anthem has the un-envious job of improving both Bioware’s and EA’s image which has […]

Kingdom Hearts 3 Review (PS4) :: Sora’s Sojourn Through Disneyland

by IndianNoobon Tuesday, 26 February 2019, 7:40 pm
The appeal of Kingdom Hearts 3 is in bringing together 2 worlds; Disney and JRPGs. So I decided to see how strong that appeal is by bringing in my wife, who is an absolute amateur at games, but an absolute fan of Tangled, Frozen, Toy Story and so on. So this not a review of […]

Rainswept Review (PC) :: Noobreview :: An Intriguing, Dark & Emotional Experience

by Md Armughanuddinon Sunday, 24 February 2019, 1:52 pm
Point-and-Click is one of those genres I never got comfortable with. I have tried a number of Point-and-Click adventures masquerading as visual novels throughout the years, and due to some reason or the other, only a very few of them managed to make a mark in my perspective. But, that didn’t prevent me from delving […]
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