Stardew Valley Review

  Stardew Valley is a farming and life simulator. This is an old school Harvest moon-inspired simulator unlike any other “simulators” that is reigning the industry right now. It is very fresh in it;s way throughout as it is way different from other games and also contains farming during the time of winter, the time when farming does not happen. It’s challenging, it has a beautiful story to it, an amazing theme which drew me towards the game more and more. It also separates itself from every other mechanics in…

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Rust – An Honest Review

Welcome to the land of rust, where you can be mowed down by a chopper, or perhaps even by a naked or armed man, and your pen*s size is determined by your steam username and also your overall appearance. No, seriously, it is. Garry Newman, the head of Facepunch Studios, said in an interview, “We at Facepunch studious are a young adult at outside, but we are child at heart” laughingly. Censors don’t apply here, because it’s one and only – Rust! An alien yet somewhat familiar island where cavemen…

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Fallout 4, The Review

Fallout holds a very special place in my heart , Fallout 1 was one of the earliest games I had ever played and I played every subsequent release on Day 1. So you can say when Fallout 4 was announced I was a bit more than just excited. After a painful few months November 10th finally arrived and now here I am writing the review for one of the most hotly anticipated games this year. Note : I played the game on my PC with a Xbox controller and as such…

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Review: Assassin’s Creed Syndicate

Since Assassin’s Creed Revelation Ubisoft is maintaining a tradition of releasing Assassin’s Creed game every year.Well maybe it pleased the devoted fans of the series but on the other hand it also generated a grudge among gamers that may be by this the series is losing its honor.Last year Assassin’s Creed Unity actually proved that what people were speculating for past couple of years is indeed true.The disastrous debut of unity on next gen consoles(now current gen) and the most powerful platform PC showed Ubisoft has lost their Midas touch.Unfinished,buggy…

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Review: Batman Arkham Knight

In 2009 when Rocksteady released their first Batman game Arkham Asylum it was a revolutionary step and a beginning of a new era in superhero games.The genre defining game produced the familiar batman and his arch nemesis in a whole different manner,gameplay mechanics,immersive storytelling and a semi open world of Arkham Asylum island Made the game a cult.In 2011 They released the perfect successor of the previous installment Batman Arkham City.The playground of Batman is now double the map size of arkham asylum,congested streets of Gotham and one of the…

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Review:- Project Cars

Cars are the most loved and talked about things among gamers as well as common people.We all have that amateur car enthusiast in our-self who occasionally comes out in very rare situations and studios like Slightly Mad always come up with such “rare” situations.Project Cars is the ultimate driving experience one could ever get from a video game.Its more of a journey of a perfect driving career,virtually of course. When you first boot up Project Cars you will immediately notice that all the cars and the most iconic tracks of…

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The Order 1886 Review: Disappointment list grows further

When Sony unveiled the order 1886 on e3 2013 it was simply amazing.Running on real time ps4 the in engine teaser gave us a greatly detailed Victorian London setup traumatized with half-breeds,but our knights in shining armor is there to protect us.Sony was successful to convince us that they really built a powerful console which can actually produce such games which we dint even imagine in the ps3 era.First slated to release in 2014 order 1886 was delayed to “early 2015” due to some development issues.The day has finally arrived…

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Assassin’s Creed Unity- Dead Kings: Full of contents but lacks story

After a disastrous launch on all the leading platforms Assassin’s Creed Unity was no less than a fail chapter in Ubisoft’s shameful journey.After getting ridiculously criticized for a half made,broken game Ubisoft finally tried to give his hardcore fans a small patch of relief by canceling the season pass for Unity and by announcing that the DLC Assassin’s Creed Unity-Dead Kings will be a free content for all as a token of their gratitude.So finally the day arrived,Assassin’S Creed Unity-Dead Kings is here.Don’t get panicked by the sight of “FREE”…

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Game Review: Wickland

    Arena shooter. The word itself had grown to become synonymous with games like Quake and Unreal Tournament but the genre itself hasn’t received much love from the game developers over the past few years. Developers find that going in for a more fleshed out single player and multi player experience with flashy gadgets, vehicles and perks nets them more revenue. However, when murmurs of a new Unreal Tournament surfaced, this genre got a new lease of life. Now, with the confirmed release of Unreal Tournament some time in…

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