New Releases

FIFA 18 Is Now Available For Those Who Pre-ordered

It’s a beautiful day for football fans around the world because EA Sports announced that FIFA 18 is officially available for customers who pre-ordered the game. The official release date of the full version is September 29, but players who already bought Icon Edition or Ronaldo Edition of the game are enabled early access. In short, if you pre-ordered the latest football gem from EA, you can play ...[Read More]

Ironhide Studio’s Iron Marines Is One Of The Best Mobile RTS Game

Unlike some other genres, you don’t see many RTS games in the mobile app stores. In fact, they are full of releases that might remind of RTS, but any serious gamer knows that it doesn’t deserve to be called that. Fortunately, Iron Marines, the latest release by the Ironhide Game Studio, nailed a real gem and secured us an incredibly fun and addictive real-time strategy game. I will even go so far ...[Read More]

The City of Brass Game Has Recently Launched In Steam Early Access

When you hear that people who worked on Bioshock are working on a new game, you instantly become interested.  City of Brass is the name of the release that entered the early access phase on Steam a couple of days ago. It is a mixture of Arabian Nights, and Indiana Jones combined into intriguing FPS action. Keep in Mind That its Early Access Before we take a quick glance into the game itself, there...[Read More]

Metroid: Samus Returns Is One Of The Best Remakes Released By Nintendo

When Metroid: Samus Returns was announced at E3 Expo earlier this year, it surprised the fans of the franchise. Perhaps we were all expecting the next game in the series, but Nintendo decided to publish a remake of Metroid 2. When you consider it, it makes sense. The original game was released for Game Boy, so it’s only natural it will be chosen for a remake on another handheld console – Nintendo ...[Read More]

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Is The Greatest Strategy/RPG Game Since XCOM

There are games you just know are going to be fantastic even when you only try the early access version. One of those is Divinity: Original Sin 2, whose full release expected tomorrow, but players can already buy the game and test it. You might be familiar with the Divinity franchise, which had a reboot in 2014 when Original Sin was launched. It achieved incredible success, so it didn’t come as a ...[Read More]

Cat Quest Might Be The Most Charming Game Of 2017

Even though there are still several months left, Cat Quest seems like the most lovable game of the year. When you put your paws on this cute open-world RPG, you will be caught up in an irresistible story that you could play for hours. The GentleBros created a real indie gem with a unique world full of cat-tastic stories and characters. What’s Cat Quest All About? It all starts with your ship sunk ...[Read More]

PES Club Manager Mobile Review – Does it reach the expectations?

It was two years ago when Takuya Kozuki spoke about Konami’s intention to focus on the mobile game market to keep the company competitive in the ever-changing digital entertainment industry. Their first take on the games for the portable devices from then was nothing less than a football management game. As someone who has been a fan of Championship Manager and Football Manager series for decades,...[Read More]

Clash Royale Review – The Game That Created A Whole New Genre

When it comes to mobile apps, you never know what the new trend is going to be. Flappy Bird took the world by storm, Crossy Road became more widespread than most people ever imagined, and Candy Crush is still defining the match-3 genre. Today, however, we are going to look at a game that is still sailing uncharted waters in the mobile app industry, Clash Royale. Mechanics Developed by Supercell, C...[Read More]

Data Wing Review – A Beautiful Game That’s Free To Play

We are living in times of advanced technology and creating a game takes a lot of time. Even if we are talking about releases for the mobile market, it takes weeks to make everything. But that is precisely what Dan Vogt did with Data Wing. The new top down racing game is a product of one man who loves playing. In case you don’t know, Vogt has over 15 years of experience in the gaming industry and i...[Read More]

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Is As Dark As Much As It Is Beautiful

When you are not logged into Steam, and you try to open pages of certain games, the system will ask you for age verification. If you come across something like that, you know that the game in question is pretty dark. That’s just the case with Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, the new release created by Ninja Theory. You might know the developers from such titles like Devil May Cry and Heavenly Sword, ...[Read More]

Dragon City Review: Social Point’s Most Successful Mobile Game

A Game That’s All About Dragons Dragon City might seem familiar to you from Facebook, considering that this is where the game originated. After achieving great success on this media, Social Point decided to release the game for both Android and iOS devices and make It accessible for free for players from around the world. As the title suggests, Dragon City puts you in the role of a guy that ...[Read More]

Endless Space 2 Review – A Beautiful Looking Strategy Game

The number of 4X (eXplore, eXploit, eXpand, and eXterminate) games has significantly increased over the last couple of years. Amplitude Studios already had great success on the market with its original Endless Space, and we got to play the full version of the sequel which spent almost a year in the early access phase on Steam. The fact that the developers signed a contract with Sega was promising ...[Read More]