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EA Play 2017 Games Line-up Revealed!

Electronic Arts (EA) has posted a blog post and update regarding about the games that will be playable on their EA Play event this…

‘Dropshot’ Update now live for Rocket League!

Indie developer, Psyonix, has officially made their latest free ‘Dropshot’ mode live for their successful extreme soccer-based game, Rocket League. In this new electrifying…

Horizon: Zero Dawn has Exceeded Global Sales…

Last week Friday, March 17, Sony Interactive Hong Kong has announced that Guerrilla Games’ latest IP, Horizon: Zero Dawn, has exceeded 2.6 million units…

New Titanfall 2 free DLC coming on…

Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment have revealed their latest downloadable content, Colony Reborn. Players of the first Titanfall will surely be happy with this…

Mass Effect: Andromeda – Review Round-up. Is…

BioWare’s latest installment of the Mass Effect franchise will be launching today (Philippine time), but is the game worth it to pick up at…

An Official Trailer for Cheetah has Surfaced…

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment has recently showed an official character trailer of Cheetah for their upcoming Injustice 2. Injustice 2, developed by…

Troll and I – Review

I did include Spiral House’s latest title, Troll and I, in my list of best games to come out in this month. It’s funny…

Lego Worlds – Review

What drew me to Lego Worlds was because of it being a Lego game. I have played a few Lego games in the past…

Styx: Shards of Darkness – Review

Styx is back and he is looking better than ever. By that, I mean the game is looking better than ever. Can’t really tell…

Torment: Tides of Numenera – Review

For this RPG, I have only been in combat thrice—and I am more than okay with that. In the hours I have played this game, I…

Nioh – Review

Nioh is a game that lends its style from games like Dark Souls and Bloodborne. You might be thinking oh it’s another Dark Souls…

NieR: Automata – Review

I’ve been a very big fan with full and semi-open world games and NieR: Automata just got added to my very own ‘to play’…

Earthlock: Festival of Magic – Review

Reminiscent of classic, turn-based, role-playing games such as early Final Fantasy titles, Snowcastle Games’ Earthlock: Festival of Magic invites players with its nostalgic gameplay format and…

Sniper Elite 4 – Review

Sniper Elite 4 was my first experience with any Sniper Elite game, so there’s not going to be a whole lot (any) comparison done…

Ghost Recon Wildlands – Review

The first thing I remember when I hear the word “Bolivia” is Disney’s Bolt – an animation movie that stars a white dog. This…

Hollow Knight – Review

A masked hero with nothing but a nail as his weapon. A world that is draped in dark shadows and melancholy. Hollow Knight is…

Yakuza 0 – Review

First things first, Yakuza 0 is not Grand Theft Auto set in Japan. Secondly, be prepared for long cut scenes. With that out of…

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk…

Violence, bits of gore, war, a story of friendship and passion, and more violence, that’s your basic summary of Omega Force’s Berserk and the…

Resident Evil 7: Banned Footage Volume 2…

A card game. A little girl. And a birthday party. What do these three things have in common? Well they are not something to…

Phoning Home – Review

This review is all about Phoning Home for PC. Phoning Home is a survival game, which you get to play ION, a young exploration…

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