Ever since the release of Monster Hunter: World on PC, I’ve been playing it nearly every day. Amassing over 150 hours of gameplay, and still counting, I don’t think I’m going to resign my life as a hunter any time soon. Monster Hunter: World is the latest installment of one of Capcom’s most popular franchise, Monster Hunter. It’s a franchise that is widely known for its epic fights against monsters
An odd bird wyvern that has developed limbs capable of carrying weapons. It’s been spotted stealing eggs from nests found in the Ancient Forest and Wildspire Waste. -Chief Ecologist When you first see the Kulu-Ya-Ku, you might get the impression that it’s a combination of two of our world extinct animals, the dodo, and the raptor. Well, at least I have. Despite its comical look, you shouldn’t underestimate this retarded
The pack leader of the Jagras. When hungry, the Great Jagras is known to prey on monsters that are larger than themselves. It balloons to unbelievable proportions after swallowing its prey. – Chief Ecologist The great Jagras is the first of many large monsters that you will hunt in Monster Hunter World. It is the perfect monster for first-time hunters to get into the rhythm of the hunt. But through
Dead Cells is an exacting game and despite dying numerous times, deep within your subconscious, you would tell yourself that you will perform better for the next playthrough. I don’t blame you, as I too fall for the faintest of hope that I can go further than my previous run. Only stopping when I feel dead. By now, you would have noticed what sort of game and experience Dead Cells
There are a lot of great games and ideas in early access, and Dead Cells is one of them. But many of them seem to be staying forever within the realm of early access. And when they do come out, only a handful of them is truly deemed to be ready and not riddle in bugs. I’m happy to say that Dead Cells is one of those handfuls. Dead Cells
Moonlighter theme is similar to one of the games I’ve reviewed in the past. The game is called Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale, one of the first few game titles I reviewed when I started to do game reviewing. There is some similar theme they used in making their game, such as dungeon crawling, shop management, and item crafting. The difference? Is its execution. You play as a young merchant named
I’m not a hardcore fan of the Final Fantasy series, but I do enjoy playing them. With my first game exposure to the series being Crisis Core, I got hook onto it due to its story, music, and graphics. Two years back, I went to catch the movie called, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV. The graphic, music, and story are great. The opinions of critics in regards to the story says otherwise though, and I was left with the need of wanting to know what happens after the events occur in the movie. I need to buy the game.
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I wasn’t a fan of board games to begin with. My knowledge of board game is limited only to The Game of Life or Monopoly – and its crap ton of other variants. As I grow up, that knowledge stays with me since my childhood as whenever I go to a toy store, I would always see either of those two board games. A few years back, my online comrades decided to have an offline meet up over a board game session. I didn’t have much expectation for it, but nonetheless, I’m keen to meet up with them for the first time. And boy was I surprised.
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Good things don’t last forever, the same goes for the bad. The world in The Flame In The Flood had plunged into what seems to be an everlasting torrential rain, resulting in a massive flood. A flood so massive that the mainland has become nothing more than many tiny little islands that are isolated from each other.
Have you ever wanted to enjoy a solo survival experience where you’re at the mercy of mother nature and your own whimsical decision-making skills? I’ve got the game just for you. The Long Dark.