Devil Maker Tokyo just came out two days ago in the South Korean Appstore and GooglePlay Market. I have been keeping following this title ever since its' first debut because I enjoy playing card battle games every now and then. Honestly, I wasn't so sure if I was going to get into this card game much because I am currently shuffling between two to three other card games at the moment. Without giving it a second thought, I told myself I would play a little bit of Devil Maker Tokyo before I got to sleep. Little did I know, I ended up spending my whole night and the next morning til lunch time playing. Lacking a lot of sleep hope you're prepared for a very image heavy zombie review of Devil Maker Tokyo!
As a hardcore gamer, I often like to explore all kinds of genres other than MMORPG's alone. With that said, I decided to take a look at the latest AOS game that is currently in its' first Closed Beta Test called Kingdom Under Fire Age of Storm. The game is currently being developed by Dragonfly Entertainment and published by NEOWIZ GAMES. Age of Storm reminded me a lot of Cyphers and Land of Chaos, though my viewers say the game looks a lot like Smite. Come check out some of my first impressions along with full length 1080p gameplay videos right below.
With the English Open Beta Test for Sword Girls Online just around the corner, I decided it's time write up my review of the game. I have actually been playing the Korean version of this game for about half a year now and I must say, it is one of the most enjoyable online card games I have ever played. Still having seconds thoughts on whether or not you should try out this game? Then maybe reading up on my review may change your mind!
I decided to pick up on a new MOBA/AOS type of game called Chaos Online early last month. Which turned out to be a bad idea, mainly because I can't stop playing after a single match. Chaos Online can be very addicting, especially to players who often played games like League of Legends, Dota2, HoN, and all the other popular games similar to it. I've provided six new gameplay videos along with a bunch of useful information that can help you get jump started on Chaos Online.
Neople and Joker's latest online action game,Cyphers,is loads of fun. Cyphers is an upcoming 5vs5 Team Action game which is similar to games like DoTa, League of Legends, Heroes of Newerth,etc. One exception is the game takes place in third person view. Some other things that make Cyphers different are the fast paced gameplay, crazy team fights, a unique combo system, and it's own exclusive leveling up system via item purchase. Cyphers Online would have to be my among my top picks for a 5vs5 game coming out this year. It's quite entertaining and can keep you interested and coming back for more, and is comparable to any of the current 5vs5 objective hero action games that are on the market. Find out out why foreign gamers are eagerly awaiting Cyphers Online to hit Open Beta below.