Final Fantasy TCG has arrived in English edition and released worldwide in October. The cards are based on most of the Final Fantasy series as well as a spin-off, such as FF Dissidia. I am doing the Intro & Review with Joe Rowland and Josh Llyod, frequent players of FF TCG, and also great thanks … Read moreFinal Fantasy TCG: Intro & Video Review
There have been so many games from companies with the likes of Telltale Game releasing episodic adventures that are meant to be enjoyed like a playable Tv series. Life Is Strange (LIS) is a game from a French developer Dontnod Entertainment which follows the same episodic format. Will this be the game that revolutionise the format? … Read moreLife Is Strange Review
Who doesn’t like a good freestyle basketball game that is Free, Multiplayer AND fun to play?? If you are one of them that like it, then Freestyle2: Street Basketball is the game for you! This is a game that requires skills with buttons and know-how of the gameplay. With it being free, we will take … Read moreFreestyle2: Street Basketball Review
Indie games are not always famous or well known among the many AAA games released by big publisher yearly. Neither are many of them delivering great playing experience. However, one stood out in terms of gameplay, characters and, to a lesser extent, the story. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is created by a filmmaker, Josef Fares, and he brings his filmmaking experience to the world of games with a twist.
It’s been a while since I have started to put more time into gaming now that I can afford it. I have always been fascinated and attracted to games that have interesting storyline and with good pacing/gameplay, giving me a wholesome experience. One of the best of these came in the form of a simplistic … Read moreTo The Moon Review