Early Access: Epic Tavern (PC)

Recently an early access title on Steam picked my interest, called Epic Tavern. It mixes Tavern and adventurer management. Its not complete yet but shaping up quite nicely.  Read more »

Review: Digimon World Next Order (PS4)

A new Digimon game trying to deliver a completely different approach from Cyber Sleuth. Trying to be a jack of all trades but master of none and fails them all.

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Review: Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age (PS4)

Final Fantasy 12 got the remaster treatment and for the Zodiac version at that. It makes quite for a welcome change.

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Pre-Order Madness

I like special/collectors editions of games. But the pre-order business is sometimes pure madness. Depending on where you order you get different(!) incentives. Be it as steel box for your game, a code for a vanity item, a small plush toy, etc. If you want the whole thing you have to order at multiple places or sometimes need to dish your an exorbitant sum of money for the super-duper edition. This is a very customer unfriendly practice and harms your interested customers and loyal fans. Different bundles of the same game is the opposite of good fan service. Stick to two versions and deliver properly on those. Your fans can now make an educated decision but no matter which version they buy they will be your customers and may stay if you really service them.

Review: Call of Duty Infinite Warfare (PS4)

The call of duty leads to space. A change to the common and overused world war scenarios. Does the vast darkness of space serve the call?

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Review: Mass Effect Andromeda (PS4)

A new Mass Effect game. No Sheppard this time. Set far away in the Andromeda galaxy. A new hero, new friends and new enemies.

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Review: Tales of Zestiria (PS4)

A new Tales of game. Things start out innocent enough and develop into an extremely serious tone.

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No Man’s Marketing

No man’s sky was just another example of how unrealistic goals, marketing promises and hype generation can cause a catastrophe. It was just another example but one of the biggest ones in recent history of the gaming industry. Why do we never learn, both the industry and customers?

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Review: No Man’s Sky (PS4)

After a lot of promises, patches and fixes its time to see how far this sky goes.

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Review: Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (PS4)

I got no idea how many Naruto games are out there already. Lost the overview. My main objective for this game was to experience the final story line of Shippuden because I could no longer stand the anime which was infested with useless filler episodes.

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