Reviews

BE-A Walker Review
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I am an old dude and I played my fair share of games when I was younger, so I remember a classic Amiga title simply called “Walker” – a game I loved like crazy. With the release of BE-A Walker on mobile, the Nintendo Switch and basically all other platforms out there, I was happy…

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Cryptract Review
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Cryptract has been on a bit of an adventure leading up to its Western release on mobile. Having initially arrived in Japan all the way back in 2015, it came to the English speaking world last year – but on PS4, oddly, instead of its native platform. That means the game hits Google Play and…

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Hidden Survivor Review
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Hidden Survivor is a brand new type of battle royale experience. Rather than chuck you on wide open maps and get you to shoot each other with weapons you pick up, Hidden Survivor is more about remaining hidden in claustrophobic environments where the danger comes in different forms. But before we dig into that, let’s…

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Perfect World Mobile Review
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Looks aren’t everything, but when a game is polished to Perfect World Mobile’s pristine level, they count for a lot. MMORPG aficionados will no doubt be familiar with the Perfect World franchise. Released in China in 2005, it was a rare crossover success, bringing traditional Chinese settings and culture to an enthusiastic western audience when…

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Hamsterdam Review
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Hamsterdam is a quiet, peaceful town full of friendly residents. Pimm, the young hamster lives humbly with his former hamster-fu master Grandpa. However, the sinister chinchilla mob boss Marlo is bringing his goons into town, and they have taken Grandpa hostage! Now, it is up to Pimm to rescue Grandpa and set things right before…

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Creative Destruction Review
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Apparently, Prince Harry wants Fortnite to be banned in the UK. You just can’t buy publicity like that. Epic’s battle royale shooter is the undisputed hit of the last two years, so it’s no surprise that other developers are getting in on the action. Creative Destruction understandably sticks closely to this winning formula, with more…

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Legend of Empress Review (iOS, Android)
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Harem-building role playing games are getting a lot of attention nowadays and fans of the genre are treated nicely by game developers who do their best to offer unique and exciting games. Legend of Empress is such a title, one that delivers a deep story with a massive focus on Asian culture. Compared to all…

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Monsters with Attitude Review (Android, iOS)
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Monsters with Attitude is a new mobile game that takes the IO gameplay model and boosts it by a few levels. It’s like your favorite IO game on steroids. Like Godzilla vs. Gigan meets Monsters Inc and have a baby with some Katamari Damacy genes as well. As you can imagine, the result is a…

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LifeAfter Review
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Zombies are back in a big way in 2019, and NetEase is leading that particular charge on mobile with LifeAfter. To describe it in a sentence, LifeAfter is Ark if you swapped the dinosaurs for zombies and the island setting for the US countryside. You play as a survivor of a zombie apocalypse, whose sole…

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review
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It has been almost 20 years since the original Super Smash Bros. released back in the day for the Nintendo 64. No one saw the mascot fighter coming, nor did they see it becoming such a beloved Nintendo franchise. Now, the ultimate fight is here, and not only is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate a celebration of Nintendo’s grand…

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Final Blade Review
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Let’s take a moment to thank the fine upstanding mobile gamers of South Korea and Taiwan, who have spent the last two years playing Final Blade and helping developer Sky People get it into the best possible shape for its global release. The result is a rich, polished, and fairly distinctive strategy-RPG. It won’t blow…

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Starlit On Wheels Review
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There’s a bit of nostalgia involved with Starlit On Wheels here, a new racing game from Rockhead Games based on characters from the 2014 mobile and PlayStation hit Starlit Adventures. In a move similar to the one pulled by Nintendo with Mario Kart, the characters from the original game put on their racing helmets on…

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Home Memories Review
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Home Memories is a catchy puzzle game that wonderfully encompasses the match-three games with the pleasures of decorating a house and fun narrative. If you’re familiar with Homescapes, this game is very similar to that one, both visually and in play style. It has changed its name from Harold Family to Home Memories, so you…

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Mini Shooters: Battleground Shooting Game Review
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After long and restless nights (well, not quite) of pondering, I still couldn’t figure out the game’s name origin. Why “Mini” Shooters? Where did that come from? Then one day it hit me. It was the characters’ “mini” legs. Of course it was difficult covering such large areas of the maps in a short time….

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Munchkin.io Review
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Looks can be deceptive. For example, at first glance Munchkin.io looks a bit like Animal Crossing, with its adorable bobble-headed characters prancing around on a simple, clean, stylised cartoon map. But look a bit closer and you’ll realise that Munchkin.io differs from Animal Crossing in a major way. Tom Nook, for all his questionable profiteering…

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Epic Seven Review
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I’ll start off by saying this game is addictive! I’m a big fan of animes and mangas, and whenever I find a good one, I don’t stop until I finish it. With Epic Seven, I had both a game and an anime in one place! At start, I didn’t think I would be into the…

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