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/pause game/ The Gaming vertical tells you all about the latest and greatest – epic masterpieces of virtual worlds that make the real world look shabby and spartan. We bring you the best in the gaming world with reviews, recommendations, and tips that can only come from experience. /resume game/

Helping others during COVID-19 through gaming: Zenway Productions’ #PlayApartTogether

Helping others during COVID-19 through gaming: Zenway Productions’ #PlayApartTogether

We’ve seen multiple ways in which Singaporeans are supporting others during the COVID-19 pandemic, what with the very public campaigns of clapping and singing our national day song ‘Home’. Now we can add another to the list — gaming. Specifically, it is a programme aimed at raising funds for home-based nursing, migrant workers and lower-income families. Called #PlayApartTogether (or #PATSG), viewers can tune in over two weekends, 23 – 24 May and 30 – 31 May, to watch local personalities showcase their gaming skills on various popular games like Call of Duty: Warzone, Beat Saber and Just Dance 2020. View…
Hungry for Halo? – Halo 2: Anniversary now available on PC

Hungry for Halo? – Halo 2: Anniversary now available on PC

Everyday, we inch ever so slightly closer to experiencing the newest entry to the Halo franchise, Halo: Infinite, which is expected to release during the holiday season this year. But those who are impatient for its launch might be satiated by the latest release for Halo 2: Anniversary for PC which is out today (14 May) with Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Halo: The Master Chief Collection originally came out for Xbox One back in 2014, but recently became available for PC in December 2019, packaging first with Halo: Reach first before chronologically releasing the rest of the collection over…
Games to consider while on circuit breaker

Games to consider while on circuit breaker

Gaming; one of the most favoured activities to relax and wile away the hours. Though it has come under less than ideal circumstances, now is probably the best time to fish out your controller and start searching for something to play. So in wake of the recent circuit breaker implementation, here are our suggestions on some games to get into while you are stuck in your home. For the long haul With stay-at-home measures lasting till May and potentially could be extended longer, finding a game with content that lasts is probably high up among people’s list. Look no further…
Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review: A Must-Play Metroidvania for 2020

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review: A Must-Play Metroidvania for 2020

If there’s one genre to be chosen that defined this generation of gaming, Metroidvania games would be high up the list. The many different interpretations of the genre have delighted gamers, none more so than Moon Studio’s debut effort, Ori and the Blind Forest. Their follow-up, Ori and the Will of the Wisps maintains the high standard set by its predecessor and improves upon that foundation to deliver one of the greats in the genre. Despite being a self-proclaimed indie game studio, what Moon Studios has managed to achieve with the game is almost indistinguishable to that of other games…
Galakrond’s Awakening: How do the new cards fare?

Galakrond’s Awakening: How do the new cards fare?

Previously, we tried our hand at answering the question: whether Galakrond’s Awakening was worth it. During our analysis, we reviewed a portion of the cards you’d get. This is where we carry on, reviewing and suggesting where you may use more of the cards you’d get. We decided to go with a random selection to give you a taste of what you’d get. Why spoil the surprise and fun of experimentation? We played these cards in a variety of meta and off-meta decks to see if they can find a home in any of them.  All the cards listed below…
Is the latest Hearthstone Expansion Galakrond’s Awakening worth it?

Is the latest Hearthstone Expansion Galakrond’s Awakening worth it?

Galakrond’s Awakening is upon us, in a momentous rise aimed at shaking Hearthstone for all players. Its recently-released story mode features new collectible cards to be earned — and used in decks — which could lead to a shift in the Play Mode meta. The Battle So Far  If you’ve been following the lore, you’d know that Rafaam had been gathering allies earlier in the Year of the Dragon, forming the League of E.V.I.L to commit acts of villianary. Together, they pull off The Dalaran Heist, stealing quite literally the entire city before crashing into the ancient city of Uldum.…
Gaming in 2020: What you should be expecting to see

Gaming in 2020: What you should be expecting to see

2019 has gone and passed. We’ve had a number of major headlines dole out throughout the year; the highs of the unexpected success of Apex Legends, to the lows of the fallout from the Blizzard/Blitzchung debacle. But the past is the past, and we now head on to the year 2020, which is aiming to be one of the most exciting for the gaming industry. Here are the headlines that you should expect for gaming in the year 2020: An onslaught of GOTY contenders 2019 has been a quiet year for gaming. Yes, we had spectacular games in Sekiro: Shadows…
The state of Esports: Perception of gaming in Singapore

The state of Esports: Perception of gaming in Singapore

Esports. What feeling does that conjure up in you? The thrill of the rush? Excitement? Or perhaps somewhere at the other end of the spectrum like disdain? Whatever it is, you’re probably either on one side or the other, with fewer people sitting in the middle on the subject. As a multi-million dollar subset of a billion-dollar industry, there isn’t any doubt that esports isn’t huge. The sport itself has attracted a worldwide audience of around 400 million – close to competing with traditional sports – as well as garnering close to a billion dollars in revenue, mostly through brand…
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review: Double means trouble

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review: Double means trouble

Ridiculous, visceral and bloody. Those are words that you would normally associate with Bethesda’s recent reboot of the Wolfenstein franchise. For Wolfenstein Youngblood, you get those things as well, however, there is an air of blandness that permeates throughout the whole experience. Wolfenstein Youngblood is the result of a collaboration between MachineGames and Arkane Studios, and like the studios, you and a friend will collaborate together to take down Nazis as you play as Jess and Zoph Blazkowicz, daughters of BJ Blazkowicz, the main protagonist from the past two games. Together, the sisters are out to find their father, who…
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Review: A modern re-imagining

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Review: A modern re-imagining

Back to basics, that’s where Activision has decided to take the Call of Duty franchise. Despite the continued financial success of the series, there is a general consensus that the futuristic military theme from the past few games (excluding 2017’s Call of Duty: WWII) has gone stale. As such, the publisher thought it necessary to go back to the one that started the craze in order to reinvigorate the series, producing an all new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game.  Developer Infinity Ward is again at the helm for the game and though it shares the same name and several…
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