Category: Game Review

Stardew Valley: Peace in Regular Routines

Stardew Valley is one of the most well received games in recent time with an overall review score of Overwhelmingly positive and well beloved by fans alike. It is also known as one of the most synonymous to farming simulators alongside Harvest Moon and Animal Crossing. That begs the question: what makes Stardew Valley so […]

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Why the Soulsborne Franchise Will Never Have an Easy Mode

It’s now been a month since Elden Ring came out, and the new addition to the Soulsborne franchise garnered a 96/100 Metacritic score for consoles and 95/100 for PC. This resulted to a multitude of players giving a shot to the Soulslike genre sparkling a debacle this past month. Should FromSoftware’s beloved franchise feature an […]

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TENSURA: Isekai Memories: A Fresh Gacha Experience

The recently released gacha game based on the ever popular anime and light novel series Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken (That Time I Reincarnated as a Slime), or in short Tensura, is as of now one of the leading games in both the android and ios platforms, in terms of the gacha game genre. The […]

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New World: Wide as an Ocean, Deep as a Canyon

The recently released New World MMORPG has attracted millions of players globally, despite releasing without SEA servers. Currently, 2 weeks from its release on September 28th, it has had 913,027 peak concurrent players, with about 195 million hours played. As of the time of writing, it is regularly getting 300 thousand concurrent players daily on […]

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Valheim: A Glimpse into the World of Viking

By February 24th, merely 22 days after Valheim’s release on Steam as early access, the developer, Iron Gate Studio, gladly announced that the game sold four million copies already. At the time of writing, a month after release, Valheim ranks third in terms of current player count, just below Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2. So is it worth it? Well, with a very convenient download size of only 1GB (considering our internet here) and a somewhat cheap price of Php 449.95, it might be the game that you and your squad can have fun together.

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Eternal Return: Black Survival – A MOBA Twist on the Battle Royale Scene

The MOBA and Battle Royale genres are both new genres that took to the front stage of competitive gaming in the 21st century, so it was only a matter of time before someone asked the question: but why can’t we have both? Eternal Return: Black Survival is the answer to that question—or at least it […]

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The Many Elements of Genshin Impact’s Action-RPG Combat

Genshin Impact is a game that quickly became the talk of the town in the gaming community, and for quite a couple of reasons. The cross-platform gacha game is the milestone product of chinese developers Mihoyo Co, Ltd., and is widely-acclaimed for featuring a vast, open-world experience with thrilling action-RPG mechanics to boot–something rare yet […]

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GG Fridays on Genshin Impact: Remarkable Game, Not-so-remarkable Experience

You may have heard of Genshin Impact, a game that has recently taken the world by surprise. From its global release on September 28th up to present, it has approximately generated $60 million on the first week of release, as well as garnering 17 million downloads in its first 4 days. It has also remarkably […]

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GG Fridays: Spellbreak’s Adventurous Take on Battle Royales

Battle Royales are a hot topic right now in the gaming community, with titles like Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, Fortnite, etc. becoming the go-to multiplayer staples of many gamers. This genre revolves around a massive multiplayer population, gathering in lobbies to bout for the title of ‘last man standing’, a la free-for-all. However, […]

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