No Man’s Sky is one of those recently released games that players were eagerly waiting to get their hands on. Looking at the feedback that players have been posting on various forums and Steam, No Man’s Sky is currently not exactly what many expected it to be.
I decided to investigate why so many are complaining and here are my first thoughts about the game.
After quite a few hours of gameplay, I must say that No Man’s Sky is not a bad game, fundamentally. It is all about exploring and logical thinking. The game is claimed to take place in a galaxy shared by other players, but that does not make it a multiplayer game. In fact, NMS is an extremely lonely game. The combat in this fancy survival game is not exactly what I expected it to be, and it is more of a disappointment. One of the firs
In the last two weeks, I have been actively testing out the recently added Demon Hunter class in the pre-expansion patch for World of Warcraft.
To start off, the Demon Hunter is a class that finally seems like an addition that is not ridiculously overpowered compared to classes like the Death Knight which was quite the opposite upon release. This is of course, highly due to the fact that it is currently not a fully functional class due to the lack of some rather significant talent selections that will only be available at higher levels once Legion kicks off.
At first, I thought that Havoc would be the right choice for me and that was my first pick during the intro quest chain for the Demon Hunter. Getting your DH to level 100 is quite simple and fast. But it is a good idea to watch thos
Legion's Pre-Expansion Patch has recently arrived and oh boy did we get a lot of stuff to do.
Let's start off with the Legion's Invasion. Around the second or third week of August , you get to face some angry looking invaders that drop out of the skies over Azeroth. It's up to us players to head out as quickly as possible to lend a hand in the fight against the invaders. Each demon invasion has four stages, and each stage will reward you with Nethershards and sometimes even with a chest. That's more than enough reasons to go out and fight the Legion! As time goes on the Legion’s invasion will grow in scale. This increases your chances to complete the event-only achievements Stand Against The Legion (for completing one invasion) and Defender of Azeroth: Legion Invasions (for comp
Starbound finally left the orbit of Early Access and it fully launched! But what exactly is Starbound? Imagine something like Terraria but in space.
So it's an action-adventure video game that takes place in a two-dimensional, procedurally generated universe. As the player, you're going to explore, obtain new weapons, armor, and miscellaneous items and have tons of fun along the way!
Firstly, let's talk about the races available in the game, as they are many, varied and really unique. There are seven of them, all with their own rich cultures and histories! You have Humans, the Apex, Avians, the Hylotl, the Glitch, Florans, and Novakids.
Starbound begins with the player fleeing the homeworld with a spacecraft. Whatever race you play will have their own reason for ditching their homewor
SpaceTime Studios' Arcane Legends is a 3D browser-based fantasy co-op RPG. But, unlike traditional browser games, Arcane Legends is actually available on both the IOS and the Android devices too. This allows for cross-platform play without the need for a separate account making it easier for players to play on the go.
Arcane Legends offers you three generic classes: Warrior, Rogue, and Sorcerer. As you slowly progress through the game, each of these classes will unlock multiple abilities which can be specialized, so you can make your own playstyle without restrictions. You also don't really have auto attacks in this game. Instead of that, there is a sort of action RPG system where players must tap or hold the attack button in order to perform multiple weak attacks or one really powerful
Soldiers Inc. is an MMORTS browser game that for once is not set in a fantasy world full of generic classes and awkward-named spells.
The game puts you in the chair of a commander of a military base in war-torn Zandia, and your job is to compete with other military commanders to bring the most profit for your own client. You can achieve your goals either through advancing your military or by diplomatic ways. Pretty sure that most of the players will take the path of war. The game enables you to equip your soldiers with gear that gradually gets better so that you can take on more challenging contracts for greater risks and even greater rewards.
Sometimes you won't be able to produce what you need to keep your war flame alive, but worry not, you can always raid other commanders to
Visual Novels have become quite popular, as more and more of them seem to be coming to Steam.
Today we take a look at The Muv-Luv, an epic saga told in three parts: Muv-Luv Extra, Muv-Luv Unlimited, and Muv-Luv Alternative. It all starts as a "tongue-in-cheek romantic comedy" but it later becomes an "action-packed thrill ride" set in an alternate reality.
So, is it any good? The short answer is yes. The long answer will explain why.
The biggest thing that Visual Novels have going for them is definitely the character development. You're going to get introduced to the main characters of the series while playing both Extra and Unlimited, and you will without a doubt learn quite a lot about them. You can see each person's personal development, which most likely results in getting att
Dal Tal describes itself as an open world battle arena. Sounds quite interesting, as this combination is something that we've rarely seen before in games. An MMO with semi-randomly generated worlds that you can explore and each of them has their own environment and their own rules. Players can participate in raids, sieges, and even diplomacy.
The focus on the game is on skill-based PvP action, and the losing side will suffer some serious consequences. Traditional PvE elements like dungeons and NPCs won't be in the game, instead, there will be dynamic events, mostly involving spawned NPC's, that will encourage players to gather in certain areas of the map and either work with each other or to battle for the grand prize.
The end-game is also something that is quite interesting, as the world
A blend of science fiction and mythology is what makes the world of G.O.D., also known as Guardians of Divinity. It's a browser-based MMOARPG developed by 37Games.
In this game, players take the role of a fallen God, and your mission is to defeat various other treacherous Gods and take their powers to be your own. Yes, you heard me, after defeating a God, you transform into one to defeat waves of enemies with your new godlike abilities.
You have only three classes to choose from, and they are your usual Mage, Archer, and Warrior. Not much to choose from, but at least their abilities are well-constructed and are relatively satisfying visually.
Doing loads of quests and killing countless monsters will probably bore you quickly enough, and so the game has an auto-combat system as well as
One Piece Online 2 is a 2D online browser RPG with turn-based combat. Recently I decided to take a closer look at this adaptation of the popular anime series. In the game, you choose between 4 classes: Sailor, Dark Mage, Sniper, and Doctor. I played the Dark Mage, which is an offensive spell slinger. Every class has a role to play, as in other typical RPGs.
The combat is turn-based, as you and your enemies both have a turn to attack and cast your spells. The attacks are automated, so you only need to sit back and watch your character blast away. If you have abilities to cast, you can click on them on the skill bar or use Q,W,E or R. You have a lot of skills to obtain as you level up and will make good use of them. One of the interesting features is recruiting your crew. As in other turn-ba