Is Mini Militia The Next Counter Strike For College Kids?

Before ye champions dismiss this as tripe, consider for a minute the points that may actually work in the favour of a mobile game like Mini Militia. Here, I’ll look at both these games from the perspective of a college kid because that is what I am. If you are a serious gamer who is already fuming over the title of this article, stand down, friend and read on. Graphics There really is no competition here. Mini Militia is the ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ to CS:GO’s ‘War and Peace’. However, the mobile platform severely restricts what the developers can do and Mini Militia does a nice enough job with its cartoony graphics. The point here is that even those without a laptop to their own can easily get into Mini Militia. Even if you don’t have a fancy laptop, chances are that even your budget smartp...

Combat In Mafia III Looks Brutally Glorious & Satisfying

In the jungles of Vietnam, trained soldier Lincoln Clay relied on an extensive variety of combat tactics to survive and carry out his missions. CIA operative John Donovan understood what Clay was capable of when he returned to New Bordeaux in 1968. Mafia III is out October 7, 2016 on PlayStation®4 system, Xbox One, and Windows PC. About Mafia III After years of combat in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay knows this truth: family isn’t who you’re born with, it’s who you die for. When his surrogate family, the black mob, is betrayed and wiped out by the Italian Mafia, Lincoln builds a new family on the ashes of the old and blazes a path of military-grade revenge and redemption through the Mafioso responsible. NEW BORDEAUX – A Reimagined 1968 New Orleans A vast, diverse and seedy open world ruled b...

Before Battlefield 1, There Was COD: Roman Wars

Everyone is excited about Battlefield 1 taking the players to the trenches of World War I, while COD: Infinite Warfare is getting bashed for putting the players in space battles. But what if we told you, that there existed a COD project that was supposed to be set in Ancient Rome? That’s right. According to GamesRadar, about eight years ago, Activision almost considered a pitch where Call of Duty would’ve taken place in ancient Rome. The story would’ve followed the story of a soldier in Julius Caesar’s trustworthy tenth legion, with first person sword combat, war elephants and even a playable Julius Caesar himself.  As we know, The COD franchise is known for one thing; guns, guns and even more guns. So hearing about this might come as a surprise. However, the tremen...

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