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Wesley Tay

Wesley here. When I'm not too busy being trapped in a basement, I'm usually playing video games about war, death, suffering and cupcakes.
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The Boomsday Project: Hearthstone’s Explosive New Additions

Do you smell that? No? That’s the smell of an explosive brand new card set for Hearthstone! (I swear it’s thematic. Please don’t go.) A new set of cards has been just released for Hearthstone that’s themed towards Dr Boom and his researchers in Netherstorm, a science-based zone in World of Warcraft (WoW). Titled “The Boomsday Project”, some of the keywords and new cards have been quite interesting so far. The Boomsday Project is Hearthstone’s ninth card expansion. “Magnetic” is the latest set of keywords to be added into the game. Just like a Megazord, placing a card with “Magnetic”…
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Exclusive Interview: Overwatch’s Leads Reveal Upcoming Game Features & More

We’ve recently sat down with Geoff Goodman, Lead Hero Designer for Overwatch, and Bill Warnecke, Lead Software Engineer for Overwatch, to ask them a few questions about the game and their inspirations as they were planning for the new (and upcoming!) game features. Check out how our conversation went down! 1. Could you tell us more about the new Deathmatch map, Petra? Geoff: I’ll start with some of the mechanics. When we started working on Petra, we looked pretty hard at Chateau (the previous Deathmatch map) and looked at what we had on offer there along with what we could…
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Overwatch’s 2nd Anniversary Event Guide: Seasonal Brawls, Free Weekend and Limited-Edition Content in Anniversary Lootboxes

Two glorious years ago, on the 24th of May, Overwatch was finally released for sale. It opened the floodgates to those who weren’t lucky enough to be part of the 9.7 million players who were part of the beta, and allowed players to jump into the hype that surrounded Blizzard Entertainment’s then-latest first-person shooter video game. Since its launch, the game earned near perfect scores from most video game reviews and garnered praises for its lore, maps, character designs, and on how the game feels so “lived-in”. It was as if McCree was a real person cowboy in the late…
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The Witchwood: Enter Hearthstone’s First Expansion For The Year of The Raven

Well, ladies and gents, it’s that time once again where Blizzard’s free-to-play collectable card game readies itself for a new year of card sets and solo adventures. So brush off the arcane dust off your collections and let’s jump into some of the new content we can expect to see from Hearthstone’s “Year of the Raven”. For the unacquainted, Hearthstone is a collectable card game based on Blizzard’s previous game series Warcraft, and was released sometime during 2014. With each year, Blizzard released several card sets and expansions but soon realised creating new cards and keeping it balanced would prove…
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World of Warcraft’s “Battle For Azeroth” Update Is The Most Wow-rthy One Yet

With a new year comes a new list of games and one that you might not have intended to play was World of Warcraft, the very definition of MMORPGs back in the day. Even though in recent times, other games have topped the MMO charts, it’s still hard to forget what was once considered the only game worth subscribing to. So what does the latest expansion, Battle For Azeroth, have in store for its players? Starting from new content, there are six new races that will be joining the ranks of both the Alliance and Hordes. For the Alliance, you’ll…
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Overwatch: Release Date and First Impressions

“CAPTAIN! Great news!” “What is it?” “We have a release date!” “HOIST THE SAILS THEN, FIRST MATE. SET SAIL FOR OUR RELEASE DATE. Overwatch is upon us” For some reason, I thought of  time-pirate and imagined if the captain was a video gamer and- For those of you who are following Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment’s latest venture into a new genre, we now have a release date and an open beta! For those of you who aren’t keeping tabs, Overwatch is a multiplayer FPS that incorporates a ton of gameplay elements and unique, quirky characters into a MOBA-esque frame. Just like…
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“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.…
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“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…
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“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…
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“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…
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