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South Park: The Fractured But Whole – Review

Departing from its Dungeons & Dragons theme in The Stick Of Truth, South Park: The Fractured But Whole parodies the Superhero craze that’s been growing over the last few years. And, as much I miss the jabs at classic RPG elements in the previous game, The Fractured But Whole easily manages to deliver a hilarious South Park experience that remains true to the series’ roots. It’s not easy to not...

10 Great Video Game Sequels That Could Not Save The Franchise

We have all seed bad sequels ending great video game franchises. But’s often surprising when good sequel are released and still don’t sell too when, in turn killing off the franchise entirely. So here are the top 10 awesome video game sequels that could not save the franchise. DmC: Devil May Cry It’s weird how the “wrong look” can put people off from playing an actual...

Guns, Magic & Jetpacks – ELEX – Review

For many fans of early third person Role Playing Games, Piranha Bytes will be a familiar name. They were behind some of the best RPGs I played back then, especially the Gothic series. Sure, they may not hold up against today’s action RPGs, but back then they were a rare gem. Elex is now their latest project, and an ambitious one at that. It’s an action RPG with deep lore, tons of questing, a seaml...

There’s A Nier: Automata Inspired Adult Movie In The Making

With all the craze about 2B and her butt, a porn movie based on Nier: Automata was only inevitable. It’s not the first time that movies have been made that were inspired by Video Games, and it’s not even the first adult movie based on Video Games. Mihara Honoka, a popular Japanese porn actress tweeted out that she will be starring in the movie, with the following cosplay images. Regist...

Meet Two Indian 15 Year Olds Making, Alter Army, An Impressive Indie Action Game

Vague Pixels is a Indian indie game studio made up by two 15 year old school friends Mridul Pancholi and Mridul Bansal.  About Vague Pixels Vague Pixels was founded in 2016 by two school friends, Mridul Pancholi and Mridul Bansal (yep, quite the coincidence, sharing the same first name), when they were in 10th grade. They teamed up to develop a game which Mridul Pancholi had thought of. With not m...

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Launch Trailer & Collector’s Edition Bundle

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus rockets the action and chaos to new heights. As BJ “Terror-Billy” Blazkowicz, prepare for an adrenaline-fueled romp with a rag-tag group of resistance fighters all striving toward one common goal: kicking Nazis out of America! Featuring larger-than-life set pieces and an impressive arsenal of fully upgradeable retro sci-fi weaponry, blast your way through legions o...

Halloween Sale: Massive Discounts On PS4 Games

Hey, looking to stock up on games this Diwali? There’s a massive Halloween sale happening right now on PSN, and here’s a list of the discounted games. This is a great chance to pick up Wolfenstein: The New Order and The Old Blood before the new one releases later this month. Halloween (until 01/11/17) PS4 Call of Duty®: Black Ops III – Zombies Chronicles Edition Outlast 2 RESIDENT EVIL...

Hitting Rock Bottom – WWE 2K18 – Review

2K’s WWE games have always been a mixed bag. They are easy enough to jump into and enjoy, but have failed to deliver a more compelling experience beyond that. Sadly, WWE 2K18 follows in the same footsteps. There’s a significant visual upgrade, and playing it is still fun for the most part. However, sticking with it for the long run also means having to bear with many of the game’s issues. Let’s di...

Shots Fired at Nakatomi Plaza – Tokyo 42 – Review

Tokyo 42 definitely has style, and it has it in spades. It’s an isometric stealth shooter that takes you across the futuristic Tokyo, as you try to clear your name of a murder you did not commit. There are hints of inspiration from the presentation in older GTA games, and the game is littered with modern pop culture references. While all of this definitely gives way to a unique look, the game stum...

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony – Review

The Danganronpa series has reveled in the absurdity of throwing high school students in the most bizarre situations, rife with mystery, murder, and interpersonal relations. Oh, and there’s a bloodthirsty bear overlord. Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony follows in the same tradition, and lives up to the franchise name that has given way to such a variety of pop culture media, including manga an...

Specs For Razer’s Upcoming Gaming Smartphone Leaked?

Every gamers knows how good Razer is when it comes to gaming hardware. So when we heard about them coming out with a smartphones for gamers, we were obviously very interested. While they have been tight lipped so about what the phone would be like, there’s been a recent leak that gives us a sneak peek at the specs and some of the design choices. Everything apart from the storage space seems ...

Making A Mordorer – Middle Earth: Shadow Of War – Review

Much like Middle Earth Shadow Of Mordor, Shadow Of War doesn’t try too hard to fit into Tolkien’s version of the Middle Earth lore. And that comes with its benefits and drawbacks. However, despite the inconsistent narrative, the core gameplay and the systems revolving around it are really strong, and the overall scope of the game is much larger than the predecessor. Minutes into the game you are t...


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