Digital Gaming

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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Mad Max: The Review

I’ve been whiling my time away with a few games, but before I talk about the smaller, independant games, let’s talk about the big-budget one first. No, it’s not MGS V. It’s Mad Max. Mad Max is a beautifully desolate game, but unfortunately a game that I’m not exactly stellar at, or enjoy very much. Those of you who follow …

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