Nier Automata


Developer: Platinum Games

Publisher: Square Enix Holdings785606.jpg

Designer: Takahisa Taura  

Series: Drakengard

Platforms: PS4, PC




I didn’t play the previous game which was called simply Nier but as I bought a PS4 quite recently I thought why not download a demo of the new upcoming sequel Nier Automata. And as I am new to the world of Nier I wasn’t particularly thrilled to go and explore the game but well I was curious though.


My type of an ideal game is an open world RPG with tons of stuff to do and explore while immersed in a vast dynamic world. This game is said to be an open world game however the demo is rather running through corridors and there is not much room for exploration. I thought that developers would want to show us at least a little bit of taste of that open world and what you could possibly do as opposed to throwing us into a very narrow mission. But if their plan is to then surprise us with a freedom of choice and movement without hitting invisible walls then I am all in.


Graphics are pretty. the game looks good, the main character movements are smooth and fast and nice to look at. Weapons they give us to play with in the demo are also cool. However I didn’t like the platform segments where the camera switches from third person view to this from side platform view, it tends to pull me out of immersion. But the combat is good I like that.

So in conclusion, well look there will be plenty of gamers liking the whole experience and that’s totally fine. In my opinion the combat is cool, the movement of the main character is also very good. Graphics are pretty…but I personally didn’t enjoy the demo all that much. Well, so if you are a Nier fan then definitely go and check out the demo.

Hope you have a nice day guys!


Conan Exiles

Developer: Funcom

Publisher: Funcom


Engine: DreamWorld, Unreal Engine 4

Platforms: PC, PS4,  Xbox One

Release date: Early access – September 13th 2016



Another survival RPG game that caught my eye due to the fact that this game is set in Hyborian age, in Barbar Conan world. It’s going to be powered by Unreal Engine 4 which looks beautiful and crispy. And it’s going to be a hard core dark fantasy.You would have to gather resources like plants and wood to craft your stuff like machines that will harvest materials better from the world.


You can also enslave others and make them guard your settlement or castle or whatever you decide to build up. It suggest being both a single and multiplayer experience. The plot so far is very simple but that’s just because Funcom haven’t uncovered the whole story to the public yet. Apparently you might be an exile bound to die in a Hyborian desert but you manage to survive and then you take it further from there. I personally like it. You would have to withstand sandstorms and actually craft some face covers to protect you.


Another think is magic and summoning god like beings to fight on your side. I think it will take quite an effort to actually summon some of these avatars but as they said once you manage to do so the enemies wouldn’t have much choice but to make a run for it. Sounds badass!

I am looking forward to try it out myself. You can let me know what do you think.

I will speak to you soon!

Have a great day guys



What’s new, eh ?

So, yes you are right, I haven’t posted anything for a long while.

Why? Because I bought myself PS4 this Christmas and been playing my favourite games such as Bordelands 2 Handsome Collection, Fallout 4, Doom etc. Been enjoying my time and this will also help me out bring you guys better news on new games, games I played and my thoughts on them and so on. Isn’t that great? I know more and more people do that, you know doing gameplay, reviews, and their thouths and opinions of new and old games. But that won’t stop me doing that too. Because I love playing games and always did. I remember that first game which was Need For Speed one followed by other old school titles that you can find in the Games section.

I would like to show you folks what I have been playing so far on my new console.






And it’s been great fun!!

I will speak to you soon and remember may a good game be with you!


Sea of Thieves

Developer: Rare

Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Director: Gregg Mayles14013_sea-of-thieves-prev

Producer: Joe Neate

Designer: Mike Chapman

Artist: Ryan Stevenson

Composer: Robin Beanland

Engine: Unreal Engine 4

Platforms: Xbox one, PC

Release date: Q1 2017

Genre: Adventure

Modes: Single-player, multiplayer

Sea of Thieves is an action adventure pirate game where NPCs won’t help you much but you have to cooperate with other players instead in order to retrieve a bountiful tressure or sink an enemy ship with real players on board that have the same goal or a different one. But hey they are in your way anyway. sea-of-thieves-1The game is set in an open world with features like first-person gameplay, user-generated content which allows you to create your own custom stories and goals with in-game tools. customisable ships and as some pictures suggest sea monsters that you would have to fight off if you want your ship and crew to survive. There will be plenty of shores to explore as well as character customisation.

Here is a gameplay video  – WATCH HERE

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Guild Wars 2

release date: August 28, 2012


Developer: ArenaNet

Composer: Jeremy Soule

Designers: Colin Johanson, Eric Flannum

Platforms: PC

This was my first RPG game that was different from others I have played.
No subscription fees, random dynamic events, and new questing system.

In other role playing games  you would pick up a quest from an NPC then venture to the world to complete the quest and then return to that fella for a reward. Not in Guild Wars 2 then! You see, there are hearths scattered on the map so you could either go and talk to the NPC or you could simply go over to where the heart is and complete the task just like that and while you are on it there might pop up a random event. Perhaps in form of a monster sending its minions to destroy you in order to keep a treasure for itself.

Another great thing is boss fights and the system of rewarding every each player with cool stuff afterwards.

For instance in World of warcraft when you questing or boss fighting there is usually just one item for a specific class so if you are unlucky you spend eternity fighting a boss and then it turns out that the item that drops is not even for your class and you leaving with empty hands.

Guild Wars 2 rewards every each payer with some items so you do not need to be worry about leaving with empty hands after a boss fight.

In my personal opinion I think the armor design wasn’t all that great. Also character creation is quite poor however you can buy more stuff in the in game store which I don’t mind considering everything else is for free. So, if you want your character look more fancy there is still that option.

You also create a personal story for your character in character creation menu similar to Mass effect background story.

The world itself is huge, I like that.

In conclusion, I think this is still one of the better RPG games out there.

Go and try it out for yourself!

An easy going game that looks gorgeous in terms of graphics and doesn’t require you to pay monthly fees with an awesome gameplay and good community all around.


Sylvari: Plant beings


Norn: Viking like warriors from the North


Charr: Beast warriors


Humans: Humans


Asura: Strange beings


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Horizon Zero Down

Developer: Guerrilla Games


Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Director: Mathijs de Jonge

Producer: Mark Norris

Artist: Jan-Bart van Beek

Writer: John Gonzalez

Composer: Joris De Man, The Flight, Niels van der Leest

Genre: Action role-playing game

Platforms: Playstation 4


Hello guys, it’s been a while since I post here and as I am looking forward to try out Horizon Zero Dawn there is new information about the game.

So in short, Horizon Zero Dawn is an action role-playing game set in a fictional word where the modern civilisation collapsed and humanity is pushed back thousands of years back as with technology so with their mentality. You as huntress Aloy being outcast from her tribe exploring the world and trying to figure out what has happened to the world, where she comes from, and not the last why the machines are acting more violent, who corrupt them? Well it’s up to you to find out all the pieces of the puzzle.

I mention the machines, yes the machines. The world is now populated by robot like dinosaurs that replaced animals as we know them. Cool idea if you ask me as I am a huge fan of dinosaurs…so fighting robot like dinosaurs sounds awesome to me!

you can also ride some f you override them, as of hack their system.



Here is a video showing early stage of the game and also gameplay indeed.

personally, I think this game is going to be a true console seller!

Here is the video – Video


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Kingdoms Of Amalur

Kingdoms of Amalur


Developer: 38 Studio, Big Huge Games

Publisher: 38 Studio, Electronic Arts

Director: Mark NelsonKingdoms_of_Amalur_Reckoning_cover

Designer: Ian S. Frazier, ken Rolston

Artist: Tim Coman, Todd McFarlane

Writer: Erik J. Caponi, R. A. Salvatore

Composer: Grant Kirkhope, Mark Cromer

Release date: February 9. 2012

Modes: Single-player

Platforms: PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Game expansions: Theet of Naros, The Legend of Dead Kel






I put a lot of hours into this game, particularly loving the combat with all the combos and how you could mix up skills to your liking. So you could be a mighty warrior with magical abilities throwing insane combos with your melee weapon and on top of that adding magical combos to finish off your foes. If you filled up a meter by . fighting monsters and other abominations of the kingdoms then you press F that would send you into an astral realm where you became an unbeatable entity moving on the battlefield much faster than the foes meaning the time slowed down and you dealt insane damage with special weapons and awesome finish moves. Also, the graphics were to my liking. I enjoyed the cartoonish look of the game. The whole title was divided into big locations as opposed to being a totally open world but that surprisingly didn’t bother much. Few things that I didn’t like. For instance armor ad weapons were rather dull to me and I didn’t dip into the lore much. The dungeons weren’t so different from each other.

Overall, very solid game that I enjoyed playing in my spare time. I could recommend the game for RPG fans.





You are a mortal known as the fateless one. You died before you start the game. A scientist gnome named Fomorous Hugues brought you back into life in experimental Well of Souls. You are the first and only success of the experiment. The player must escape the facility when it comes under attack by the Tuatha Deohn. He is waging a crystal war against all mortal races within the realm. Having no memory of your life before dead you are briefed on the intricacies of the Faelands and the Tuatha Deohn’s ongoing war by Agarth, a Fateweaver. The Fateless one must find the gnome who revived him/her in order to bring back all memories before dead.



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Divinity: Original Sin 2


Developer: Larian Studio


Publisher: Larian Studio

Release date: December 2016

Modes: Single player, multiplayer


Swen Vincke, Creative Director & Founder of Larian Studios explains how the team plans to overcome the challenges of giving multiple players pen-&-paper like freedom in a story-driven RPG.









Divinity: Original Sin 2. Well I never played the first game but when I saw a gamplay of the follow-up sequel I just fell like playing the game right then and there. Really like the graphics of the game and the combat. To tell the true I never liked isometric games I just couldn’t immerse myself into these games properly. Always prefer first person and third person styles of gameplay. I have a feeling this could be a different story due to a rich tale that’s going on for this title and the way you will be playing each character.




Long after the events of the first game a Bishop Alexander the Innocent declares that Sourcerers are now criminals. People that are suspected of having a source power are hunted down and striped off of their powers to the extend that their bodies lacking any emotions or free will.

Four Sourcerers are victims of Alexander’s pogrom and travel across the realm through majestic cities, wastelands, ruined and lost temples and battlefields trying to figure out how to defeat that monster called Alexander the Innocent.

Without a shadow of a doubt this is only a really simple story because you will discover a whole lot complicated plot as you will be playing the game through dialogues with other characters within the realm of Divinity.




You will be able to choose your race, gender and your own story since you were a teenager. Then you can recruit three other characters to assist you. There is multiplayer mode where up to four players can compete or play together. Players can manipulate the environment to their advantage. Depending on your backstory the quests and dialogs will differ from character to character. Skill crafting system allows players to mix and change their skills. There is going to be a cover system usable during combat. Another interesting feature is called “Love & Hate”allowing players to establish friendships, romantic relationship and even hatred with other characters. Competitive multiplayer mode is also included where players would be divided into two teams and fight against each other in arena maps.



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