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Tales from the Borderlands Episode 5: The Review

If you’ve seen my previous reviews, you’d know I’m a huge fan of Telltale in general, and Tales from the Borderlands in particular. With the release of the final episode of Tales from the Borderlands, this is going to be more of the same. Suffice to say, regardless of whether you’re a fan of Borderlands OR Telltale games, I am …

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White Cat Project gets global release in the form of Colopl Rune Story

White Cat Project has been a hit mobile action RPG in Japan for a while now, and its English version, Colopl Rune Story, has had a soft release in a few markets for a while. And Rune Story isn’t just your vanilla Diablo-esque action RPG, think of it as Diablo meets Farmville, all wrapped up in cute, Kindgom Hearts-esque graphics.

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Cities Skylines After Dark: The Review

I lost a lot of sleep when Cities: Skylines came out. Last week when After Dark, its first DLC, came out, I honestly expected to lose an equal amount of sleep again. Strangely enough, I didn’t. That’s not to say it isn’t good, though.

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EA Access launches in Singapore

EA Access – EA’s game subscription service that works like a sort of Netflix for EA Games for the Xbox One (with caveats) – has officially launched in Singapore, over a year after its initial US launch. Launching at S$6.45 a month or S$34.90 a year, EA Access allows Xbox One gamers to play a selected list of EA games …

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Ubisoft theme park coming to KL

If you want to pakour like in Assassin’s Creed, rave like Rabbids or just dance like … Just Dance in real life, your chance in coming soon – Ubisoft is developing a “next-generation” theme park in Kuala Lumpur. In a project led by Ubisoft Motion Pictures, the company is partnering with RSG, co-owner and co-developer of Movie Animation Park Studios …

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