Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Brick Force Review

Brick Force is indie style MMOFPS published by Infernum. Much similar to Minecraft, I guess they have made it exclusively for the free to play community. There are obvious changes to the original concept of Minecraft, for example, it is exclusively FPS in terms of gameplay. As for the companies involved that made it possible seems to pick up players fast. Of course I'm not saying that this game was taken off from Minecraft although it does resemble it to some extent. This would be considered to be unique in some ways, the graphics are obviously modernised and improved compared to other 8-bit style games.

Brick Force Screenshot

Friday, 1 June 2012

Saturday, 26 May 2012

League of Legends: Dota Rip off?

League of Legends is a dota style free to play MMO published by mobafire, offering a mass community with a world wide appeal. As many of the MMO gamers know, it is based on the whole Dota aspect however, with improved mechanics of the original. League of legends has been widely accepted by gamers to still be a unique MMO as it is free to play with epic champions. As we undergo this review, keep in mind that moba does fully support Dota and so the developers themselves have accepted League of Legends. Moba first introduced this game in 2007, during the release, much work had to be done, many champion balancing issues and interface glitches, however recieving support from the community allowed the game to stabalise. Other similar games that are Dota style is of course Heroes of Neweth which is slightly less popular than League of Legends.

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Saturday, 4 February 2012

Army Rage

Army Rage is a free online FPS published mainly by Yacuba Games offering a very wide spread free roam battlefield of mayhem. As for the company, it seems that they have first published this game in Korea although no surprise there. One of the first game that was published in the late 2011, could be considered as a 2012 game. It truly amazing to see such massive maps, have not seen as much freedom since Warrock although now Warrock has been degrading ever since. As for Yacuba game, very oddly I have noticed that the logo is actually from an anime character called "Reborn", quite weird to be copying the character however; I do not think the anime has copyrighted the character. Anyway, back to main topic, Army Rage seems to be the first game FPS game Yacuba has published. As far as I played this game, seems to offer a wide spread, free roam and very large maps enough for a MASS battle. An epic shooter to compliment, and so to explain in full depth, below are my opinions.

Army Rage
Army Rage Screenshot

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Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

It’s here! The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has finally been released. The sequel to the 2006 game of the year TESIV: Oblivion, Skyrim is set to surpass the previous instalment in the series by a country mile. As one of the most anticipated games of 2011 Skyrim has a lot to live up to. So does it climb to the top of the gaming mountain? Or is it nothing more than dragon prey? Read on to find out!

Skyrim Wallpaper
Skyrim Screenshot
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Call of Duty Modern Warefare 3

Infinity Ward have become the name that most people would associate first person shooters with, why? To those people who don't know, well it's because of their epically successful first person series Call of Duty: Modern warfare. The first and second instalments were massively successful selling together approximately 23 million copies world-wide to this day. This massive success has been reflected in the latest and last game in the series, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 which was released on 8 November 2011. Like the previous Call of Duty games it has an online multiplayer mode and the equally amazing single player campaign.

Modern Warefare 3
Call of duty modern warefare 3 screenshot
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Halo Reach

Halo Reach is last Halo game to be made by Bungie, who are due to the success of the game, one of the most successful game developers of all time. Halo Reach is a prequel to the original trilogy which helps you to delve into the background of the Spartans and the war between the Human race and The Covenant, a group of alien races joined to one cause. However before you read this review and are thinking of buying Halo: Reach, I suggest that you should buy the previous games. Failing that I advised that you at least Halo: 3. If you do you will have a deeper understanding of the hugely beautiful campaign and narrative that Halo instils into the gamer.

Halo Reach FPS
Halo Reach Screenshot
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Monday, 9 January 2012

King of Kings 3

King of Kings 3 is a free to play MMORPG published by gamingo, a moderately popular company as they are in fact known for publishing MMORPG's. King of Kings 3 brings a totally new experience to the typical MMO's out there with no originality. Tremendously amazing view of the world as you can zoom in to 3rd person or zoom right out showing the overview of the landscape. King of Kings 3 is mainly known for the popularity in Guild activities. PVP plays a big part in this and so is extremely popular with many players who have practically played for years. As for the company's reputation, they have made many new games which are in fact very popular. It is amazing to see this game and actually enjoy. Hopefully this review will tell you many good aspects of this game and change your mind on how it is played. For those people who think this game is very inadequate are ignorant as they have not played the game to it's fullest. Despite many people appreciating this game for what they bring in the MMO world, many who have not even played this game are already critisising it which is very unfair. It truly is amazing to see the amount of work done to this game, very frequently updated to fix many of the games' bugs and errors.

King of Kings 3 Gameplay
King of kings 3 Gameplay screenshot
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