Tales of Demons and Gods - Most people who reading manga (manhua?) can remember this title, famous Chinese novel that been turned in manga opened door to Chinese novels for many young people. Too bad novel never ended. Tales of Demons and Gods Mobile Game (妖神記-手遊) based on a new TDG manga. Art style very different compared with first manga and I don't like it at all. Pre-Registration available only for Taiwan, Hong-Kong and Macau. No information about global version atm. Features (google translated) 1. Each card has a classic resurrection of soul and blood animation. The detailed world view is set. Each character has its own story story, talent soul sea, demon spirit battle, and farewell simple person set. Walk into the life of each character, with talents with skills, event cards, treasures, play the strongest demon spirit on the battlefield, summon God-level demon spirit! 2. Super-hot blood fiction animation adaptation 1.5 million words … [Read more...] about Tales of Demons and Gods Mobile Game
Battlefield turning tides
Over the course of Guild Wars 2’s storied history, there have been so many changes. Some of those changes have taken builds that I once loved, such as the Celestial Elementalist, and turned it into something as useless as playing a revenant without a specialization. Others have come and gone, creating builds that I could only love for a short time, like the hammer warrior, that eventually got thrown to the wayside in favor of more versatile, higher damage builds. Throughout all of these changes, it’s apparently clear that nobody knows what to expect. Then, the last balance patch happened. advertisement Yes, most of the builds I speak about are utilized in a PvP capacity. I’m a “casual” PvP player, but often play my way through the Ranked Arenas to platinum status which is about when I get bored. One of my main sticking points that I’ve spoken about at length in one of my first articles, is the lack of diversity … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2 – That Time I Became Godly
2019 will bring more FPS games to us, but for right now, what are the best FPS games to play for some fun action alone or with some buddies? Here’s our picks. Insurgency: Sandstorm What started out as a mod has turned into a fully fledged FPS game that players have come to love. Insurgency’s rise to fame is down to just how good the original’s gameplay was. And because of that, we saw the sequel release this month, Insurgency: Sandstorm. Simply put, it’s excellent. It offers FPS lovers team-based tactics and objective oriented gameplay that doesn’t feel boring at all. It’s level of realism and fun is also through the roof, but more than most, its hardcore depiction of the conflict in the middle east is sure to garner many fans. It’s currently 10% off on Steam right now. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 One of the most popular FPS franchises returned this year, and COD’s latest installment surpassed $500 million in sales in its first three days. … [Read more...] about The Best FPS Games To Play Right Now
Battlefield 5 is out of its honeymoon period since launch, and plenty of players have jumped in since the recent sale on Origin. If you’re completely new to Battlefield V and wondering which class suits you best? We’ve got you covered! For starters, for those new entirely to the franchise, here’s a little bit about the game. BFV is set in World War II, and offers large scale multiplayer modes featuring team-based matches. You’ll pick a class and be dropped into a squad of four including you, and depending on the game mode you’ll either capture and hold objectives, or destroy every last man and woman on the enemy team. Because majority of the multiplayer relies on squad matches, picking a class will be important to turn the tide of battle and suit your play style. Assault If you’re all about going in to battle all guns blazing with death and destruction, then Assault is your go to class. They are the experts of sowing chaos – perfect for … [Read more...] about Which Class Should You Play As On Battlefield V?
A Cursed Bread Maker Last night we recorded our thirteenth episode of AggroChat. In various cultures the number thirteen can be either a positive or a negative, and going into the show I was not quite certain how that would shake out. Apparently for us however, thirteen is a very unlucky number. Last week Ash, Kodra and Tam were off hanging out together, and one of the activities was to build Kodra a brand new machine. All of this time we thought his intermittent problems were related to running on six year old hardware. Apparently whatever demons infested his previous machine have jumped ship and are now residing in the new one. We had trouble keeping him online and when he was online he seemed to have issues broadcasting. All of that aside I think we had a pretty good show last night. We talked about a hole bunch of topics including Tomb Raider and the fact that I maybe just maybe finally enjoy narrative gaming experiences. We also talk … [Read more...] about Dragon Commander: Divinity