ArcheAge has a great sense of freedom, on public land at least. You see, XL Games created an atmosphere where they shuffle you into the world and say “do what you want. You probably shouldn’t do all of it, but go ahead and do it anyway.” You can plant your crops on “illegal farms,” which is just anywhere that isn’t your property or public farming land, but other players can then harvest your crops or simply dig them up and destroy them, resulting in nothing for anyone. I’ve destroyed at least several gold in Yew trees around my property, but in my defense they shade my sunbathing spots. … [Read more...] about Diaries From ArcheAge: Endless Review Queue
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The Monster Hunter franchise is always unique in how every battle feels like a dance. I played most of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne solo and every monster might as well have been my dance partner. The way a Nargacuga gracefully circled me before a fight set the mood immediately. The Iceborne expansion delivers a sequel’s worth of content with how much it expands Monster Hunter World. … [Read more...] about Monster Hunter: Iceborne Review
Is It Pay To Win? Most of the microtransactions in Iron Sight are purely for cosmetics. And that’s how it should be. You do need to repair your weapons after matches, which takes up gold (the game’s earnable currency), but the repair costs are never steep. You earn gold through a number of ways, the easiest being by simply playing matches. You also get gold from leveling up, completing challenges, and from logging in via the daily login rewards. … [Read more...] about Ironsight 2018 Review – Is This FPS Worth Playing?
I’ve been a huge fan of the Monster Hunter series for years. There’s just something so fulfilling about these games.. and Monster Hunter World – the latest game in the Monster Hunter franchise was such a large hit that Capcom had to port it over to PC. … [Read more...] about Monster Hunter World Game Review
What’s The Gameplay Like? Once in-game, Pokemon Mega shows off its story and players assume the role of a Gym Trainer who gets beaten by Ash Ketchum in a tournament final. That’s how your story starts, and you begin again from scratch hoping to get revenge some day. It’s a simple premise that leads into the game’s first of many long tutorials. Players get to pick from one of the three fan-favorite starter Pokemon – Charmander, Bulbasaur or Squirtle. From there, it’s all about gaining levels and experience which is something the original games never utilized. Your character starts moving around the starter area by themselves, and you won’t be doing much except clicking buttons on the UI to level them up, gear them and use items. This can be frustrating especially when fighting bosses or wild Pokemon on the landscape since Pokemon is all about picking and choosing skills, but it does get better the more you … [Read more...] about Pokemon Mega 2018 Review: Unofficial Pokemon RPG Adventure Game