Category Archives: Gaming

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A Reckless Disregard For Gravity Review

The full title for the game should be “AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! — A Reckless Disregard for Gravity”. That’s right, 25 As followed by a title that makes better sense. Didn’t want to put the full title for it might screw up the template somehow. Anyways, A Reckless Disregard For Gravity (ARDFG for short) is a unique game developed by the indie developers Dejobaan. This game, inspired by the activity called BASE jumping, sets players in a situation like no other. You are basically jumping down from up above whether is it the mountain area or city like area, collecting points as you stay close to floating buildings or the walls.

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Guild Wars 2 Trailer

Guild Wars 2 Official LogoThe gamer within me is getting orgasmic. I’ve always wanted to play guildwars but just didn’t had the time to do so. It dragged on and on till Guildwars 2 was annouced. That made me feel that I should spend the money on guildwars 2 instead, so now I’ve just got to wait a little longer. Hope when it comes out I wouldn’t be too busy to spend time playing it.

The trailer after the jump.

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Foreign Legion: Buckets of Blood Review

Foreign Legion BoB Title ScreenForeign Legion Buckets of Blood (FL:BoB for short), is an indie third person shooter. The game is developed by  Sakari Indie ( and is now available through digital download and steam. The game is extremely simple, defend the building from the oncoming attackers until help arrive. In this building, there are several villagers. You are the last man standing and being the hero you are, you defend the villagers from the enemies. Simple as that. Continue reading

Portal – Still Alive Typography

Portal was a fantastic game. It was mentally challenging as players go through the different puzzles and levels.

The story of the whole game was rather simple, too simple actually. But it doesn’t actually matters.

The developers were smart and creative to provide a song at the end of the game, summing up almost everything you’ve been through.

Just stumbled upon this video (which was created months back I believe) that plays the game’s ending song.

The song itself is catchy and I can never forget about it. Now that someone’s made a typography styled video about it, I have to spread the joy of it.

Zeno Clash – A Weirdly Fantastic Game

Zeno Clash is a PC only first person brawler, independently developed and produced by ACE Team. It is available through both Steam and Direct2Drive at the price tag of $19.95 (Around $30 SGD). Zeno Clash puts you into a world of fantasy, blending both the first person point of view with an engaging melee combat system. Visuals are out of this world (in terms of their concept and design) and is uniquely pleasing to the eye. Storyline wise is yet again weird mainly due to the atmosphere and setting it takes place in. All in all the combat system together with the splendid visuals make it one heck of a game, a game that is weirdly fantastic. Continue reading

Hellgate London Demo Impressions

Just tested out Hellgate London Demo and I have mixed impressions and thoughts for the game. This article you are currently reading is somewhat a review of the demo and what I think and expect for the full release that will be happening later in the year. Some basic background information about Hellgate London; it is a MMORPG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) and somewhat have an action based battle system. Therefore, there will not be any click and then wait for your character to finish the opponent. You have the strike with strategy and timing is required for you to escape from enemy’s attack. That is rather brief so here is a quote about the storyline and features of the game:

It’s 2038, and London lies in ruins…
From Flagship Studios – creators of the award-winning Diablo® series and the fathers of the action role playing genre – comes HellGate: London, the next benchmark in the evolution of the RPG genre.

Combining the depth of traditional RPGs with the frenetic, visceral feel of first-person shooters, HellGate: London offers infinite replayability with dynamically created levels, monsters, items and events that gives each player their own unique hack-and-slash experience.

A post-apocalyptic London has been overrun by hordes of terrifying demons, leaving the city desolate and scorched by hellfire. Those who were unlucky enough to survive now gather in the only sanctuary left, the Underground, banding together in order to gain a foothold against the minions of darkness and ultimately save the bloodline of humanity.

It is no surprise that these sole survivors come from three of society’s most elite factions, each of whom are masters of a robust number of skills and weapons essential to demon-thrashing.

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