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Sandbox VR’s Amber Sky 2088, An Action-Packed Game Not To Be Missed

Sandbox VR’s Amber Sky 2088, An Action-Packed Game Not To Be Missed

Combining the latest VR hardware technology, movie quality real-time motion capture rigs and AAA-quality content, Sandbox VR strives to deliver the best VR gaming experience on the planet. On that note, Sandbox VR’s Amber Sky 2088 – is its third and probably most ambitious game yet. Prior to the game, players are required to suit up in the gaming gear provided. Players will be fitted with a VR head-mounted display, a headset, a backpack PC, a haptic tact suit and motion-capture devices on their wrists and ankles. These devices enable players to communicate with the game master, as well as…
Duty Calls, Soldier: Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 Review

Duty Calls, Soldier: Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was just released last month, and as expected, die-hard fans of the series are already going all out in the virtual battlefield. In this article, I, a total COD noob, will attempt to analyze and dissect Call of Duty: Black Ops 4: the pros, the cons, and all the exciting bits, to help you make a decision as to whether to shell out that sweet, sweet moolah. Fall in, soldier. About Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Published by Activision and developed by Treyarch, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is essentially a first-person…
Overwatch: A Masterful Blending of Genres that Leaves You Overjoyed

Overwatch: A Masterful Blending of Genres that Leaves You Overjoyed

Overwatch has crosshairs in the middle of your screen and your health bar at the bottom left. And the similarity with most other First-Person Shooters (FPS) games end there. Overwatch plays more like a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA), akin to Dota 2, League of Legends and Heroes Of The Storm instead of your traditional FPS games like Counter-Strike or Battlefield. Each playable hero is unique without customising, and although some very roughly fulfill roles we’re familiar with like tanks, medics and assault, every single one of them is so much more. This game’s hype and the fan anticipation didn’t just put it into the…
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – A Garden of Variety and Insanity

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – A Garden of Variety and Insanity

Garden Warfare 2 by Popcap Games is a whimsical third-person shooter and tower defense game set in the Plants vs. Zombies universe; where unsurprisingly, plants battle against zombies with bizarre weaponry ranging from a butter airstrike to a super-zombie’s beam attack. Yeap, welcome to a very confusing world of colour and surrealism. The sequel to the original Garden Warfare, a multiplayer-only game, GW2 brings it all back with a fun (but short) single-player campaign. Be warned – the writing is very cheesy, and only people with a toddler’s sense of humour find them hilarious. Of course, not only did I feel right…
“Merchant” Offers A New Type Of (For-Profit) Hero

“Merchant” Offers A New Type Of (For-Profit) Hero

In a world where monsters and colossal beasts roam the forests; where brave souls venture out to see the world, will you be the one who… profits? If you’ve ever fantasised about being the charming shopkeeper in an RPG, or wanted a game where you don’t need to monitor every minute, then “Merchant” fills up that role quite nicely. Released on 21 December 2015 (factcheck needed), Merchant has developed quite a name for itself. Within the three weeks of its release, it has managed to find its own community online, with a subreddit for discussion and its own Wikia page to boot.…
“Rust Bucket” is a Rusty Little Distraction

“Rust Bucket” is a Rusty Little Distraction

Welcome to Mobile Mondays at DANamic.ORG! So mobile games have quickly taken over a large portion of the gaming industry and here at DANamic.ORG, we recognise that people like to spend their lunch breaks on games available on their phones. We’ll be showcasing games from the App Store (and Google Play) that we find interesting enough to capture your attention. Let’s get started with Mobile Mondays! Awww, it’s an adorable lean mean killing machine! Rust Bucket is a typical roguelike, a genre of games that require you to walk about and progress to the next level while killing enemies who are…
“Lifeline” Isn’t Really A Game…

“Lifeline” Isn’t Really A Game…

Welcome to Mobile Mondays at DANamic.ORG! So mobile games have quickly taken over a large portion of the gaming industry and here at DANamic.ORG, we recognise that people like to spend their lunch breaks on games available on their phones. We’ll be showcasing games from the App Store (and Google Play) that we find interesting enough to capture your attention. Let’s get started with Mobile Mondays! Science-fiction is one thing I never seem to have any interest in. Maybe it’s because I’m terrified of suffocating in space (though it’s more of decompression with your blood boiling). Or maybe it’s because I’m…
“Ellie – Help me out… Please” is a Whole New Escape Room

“Ellie – Help me out… Please” is a Whole New Escape Room

Welcome to the new year, folks! So mobile games have quickly taken over a large portion of the gaming industry and here at DANamic.ORG, we recognise that people like to spend their lunch breaks on games available on their phones. So starting today, we’ll be showcasing games from the App Store (and Google Play) that we find interesting enough to capture your attention. Let’s get started with Mobile Mondays! “Ellie” is an escape game that was made a few years ago by a Japanese development team, who then translated it into English and released it onto the App Store. While the…
“Legacy of the Void” Lives Up To Starcraft’s Legacy

“Legacy of the Void” Lives Up To Starcraft’s Legacy

In a significantly shorter time than most Starcraft games, the final chapter in Starcraft II dropped on November 10 this year, ruining relationships everywhere as guys alternated between “Fallout 4” and “Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void” (LotV). As the last game (for now), LotV had a lot to fix from the previous instalment “Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm” in terms of multi-player and campaign mode. Will it prove a fitting finale or a or a faulty title? Starcraft II is the successor to Blizzard Entertainment’s highly successful Starcraft series. Known for giving teenagers carpal tunnel and even bringing Korea into the…
“The Cat Lady” is Not That Crazy of a Game

“The Cat Lady” is Not That Crazy of a Game

Point and Click games have been a part of gaming since the introduction of the point-and-click interface and are pretty good ways to get people into video gaming. For most part, they are simple to pick up, are thoroughly oversaturated when it comes to free games and often have enough puzzles to keep your attention for quite some time; at times even being slightly addictive. Occasionally, Point and Click games come with witty dialogue (Here’s to you, Secret of Monkey Island) or an exciting plot to hold your interest until the end (The Last Door or Sherlock Holmes series are…
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