Monthly Archives: December, 2021
Lord Of The Rings: Rise To War Rev
Rise to War, Tolkien's fantasy epic uses a unique gameplay concept. For those who prefer a strategy game over an RPG, this is the one for you. "Geo-strategic seasonal wargame," according to NetEase Games.
Warhammer 40K: Battlesector Review
As long as there are still so many Warhammer games out there, you risk losing out on some of the best ones if you don't keep an eye out for them. Similar to Battlesector
Iron Man VR Review
Iron Man VR would have benefited from being more compact since this would have allowed the game to concentrate on crafting a narrative and using the suit in novel ways.
Humankind's city administration is enjoyable and fluid, there aren't enough peaks of activity or crises to keep things interesting. While the game has the same "one more turn" lure as Civilization
Arena Of Kings Review
Arena Of Kings is a pure PVP game without the grinding part. At the moment you have a 3v3 match-up in which you have...
Genshin Impact Review
I still found Genshin Impact enjoyable. As a player, you can't get enough of solving puzzles, defeating enemies, completing missions, and unlocking new characters and equipment to explore with.
Chivalry 2 Review
Chivalry 2 is a medieval combat game that combines martial arts proficiency and acting as a Middle Ages fool.
theHunter: Call of the Wild™ review
the Hunter: Call of the Wild™ is a semi-realistic hunting simulator, The Hunter, which takes place in two huge rural areas in Germany and the United States' Pacific Northwest.
Riders Republic Review
Riders Replublic it's still enjoyable to play on its own merits. It's an adrenaline rush and player growth accompanied by some dubious music during a basic, socially uncomfortable jamboree
Kena: Bridge of Spirits review
Kena: Bridge of Spirits, it's safe to say things went well. Despite the game's shortcomings, it gives a solid foundation from which to develop further improvements.
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