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How to Pre-Order Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Play Beta Today

We are less than a month away from the new game in the Call of Duty series. The official release date of Black Ops 4 across three platforms is October 12, 2018. The developers plan to release the game at the same time for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. However, the good news is that if you pre-order the game, you can get the chance to play the beta versions immediately. The PlayStation 4 beta st...[Read More]

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Review – A Charming and Relaxing Game

Nintendo fans might be familiar with the Animal Crossing franchise, which has been around for almost two decades. It debuted in 2001 on Nintendo 64, and sixteen years later we get the opportunity to play its mobile release. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a free to play version for Android and iOS that has soft launched in some countries. We tested the game, and our first impression is more than a...[Read More]

Shadow Fight 3 Review: Addictive, Fun, and Unfair Fighting Game

When a franchise comes to the third installment, it’s only natural to assume that it possesses certain quality. That’s more than true for Shadow Fight 3, the latest game in the fighting series that has been a true mobile gem for genre lovers. While the new release does a lot of things right and is a considerable improvement, it still has some issues that annoyed the fans in predecessor...[Read More]

Bladebound Review: Hack and Slash RPG with Simple and Fun Action

You might know the studio Artifex Mundi for their adventure games, such as Grim Legends and Queen’s Quest series. However, they now decided to embark on an adventure (pun intended) into the RPG genre. As a result, mobile gamers around the world got the chance to play Bladebound. While we cannot claim that the release offers anything innovative, it still does a lot of things right and provides an i...[Read More]

South Park Phone Destroyer Review: Top-Notch Humor in an Adequate Game

It has been 20 years since South Park TV show first aired. The creators want to celebrate this milestone adequately, and that’s why they have some surprises in store for us. After the release of The Fractured but Whole for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, Ubisoft has delighted mobile gamers with a title based on the famous franchise. South Park Phone Destroyer is a freemium title that you can down...[Read More]

Hustle Castle: Fantasy Kingdom Review – Can You Save the Princess?

Ever wanted to own a castle? That is what you can do in the new mobile role-playing game Hustle Castle Fantasy Kingdom, but there is a condition. The Abyss Lord is causing chaos throughout the kingdom. He kidnapped the old King along with his daughter Princess Olivia. As every princess, she is one lovely lady, and everyone would like to win her heart. The Abyss Lord did choose the wrong approach b...[Read More]

Fishing Clash Review: The Most Fun You Will Have with Catching Fish Ever!

Fishing is not a hobby for everyone. It takes a patient and tactful approach if you want to make a great catch. But all the time spent in the boat doing practically nothing but waiting for the fish to bite didn’t seem attractive to me. That is probably why Ten Square Games took a more popular approach and tried to make fishing exciting. Mind you; it succeeded in doing so because Fishing Clash migh...[Read More]

PES 2018: Does More of the Same Mean More of the Best?

You are controlling Mbappe as you sprint down the flank and see that Cavani is waiting for you in the box, waving his hand in an attempt to suggest that you should send in a cross. That’s what you do just before the opponent performs a sliding tackle. Cavani jumps in front of the defender and puts the ball over the net. What follows is the incredible noise from over 50,000 fans thrilled that you m...[Read More]

FIFA 18 Beats the Opponents Off the Pitch, but What Happens When the Match Starts?

FIFA 18 is continuing the proud tradition of the Electronic Arts’ long-lasting soccer simulation. The latest addition is also the second year with the new Frostbite engine, and the improvements are noticeable. The developers upgraded what worked well and managed to deliver a solid game to their fan base once again. Slower Pace and AI Improvements Most of the changes on the pitch are literal, but t...[Read More]

Citadel: Forged with Fire Preview – A Beautiful Fantasy Sandbox

I’ve always had trouble with how to assess the games that are in the Early Access phase. The big question is when your release is good enough to allow the public to play it? That’s the issue I’m having with Citadel: Forged with Fire. Although the developers admit that they still have a lot of work on the game, it’s a shame to see a release with a vast potential having this many bugs. Are You a Fan...[Read More]

Homescapes Review – A New Adventure of Our Favorite Butler

King made incredible success in the match-3 genre with Candy Crush Saga, and Playtrix built on that with Gardenscapes by implementing the decorating element with it. Now the company has released a spin-off of that game in the form of Homescapes. The new title once again allows the player to help Austin, the butler, but this time you are on the task of renovating his old house. There Is No Vacation...[Read More]

Fortnite: Battle Royale – A Light and Colorful Take on the Genre

You probably know the concept – 100 players are placed in a shrinking area and the last man standing wins. H1Z1 and particularly PUBG made the concept planetary famous, and Epic Games decided to follow in their footsteps. That resulted in Fortnite: Battle Royale, the new free-to-play mode of the survival video game we know and love. It also set off a lot of heat between Bluehole and Epic Games of ...[Read More]