Former Lecturer. Gamer. Idea Generator. Tournament Organizer. Loves Kairosoft games. Lived in a box twice in Recettear. Never turns down a Catan challenge. Cheats in Monopoly. Broke Skyrim. Sucks at Dance Central. Plays a fem Shep. Heavy bow-gunner in MH3p. Completed Persona 2 Portable 4 times. Well, he's just too damn free.
As many would already know, Sony Mobile recently launched their new flagship smartphone in their Xperia series, the Sony Xperia Z. With a review unit in hand, the Sony Xperia looks to be a good contender to the upcoming HTC one and Samsung Galaxy S4.
Released the same day as the movie screening, Iron Man 3 HD hits the Apple Store as Gameloft’s newest title. The genre of this game would be fairly similar to what “Temple Run” is with a slice of “Fruit Ninja” mixed into it. Here’s our quick review of Gameloft’s newest freemium title, Iron Man 3 HD!
Wargaming’s support for eSports and its current title, World of Tanks continues with the recent announcement of their regional tournament, Tanks Asia Open Season. The Season based tournament which will consist of online tournaments coupled with national qualifiers in each participating country. These tournaments will eventually lead up to the Wargaming.net Global League.
The ever famous and fashionable Plasterdolls have been seen with a new range of accesories lately, namely the latest Ultrabook inspired by Intel. These virtual fashionistas of Plasterdoll-land, while usually spotted modelling the latest fashions and couture, have recently found love for gadgets. This new fondness for gadgets begins with the Plasterdolls’ brainchild Jessica Wong, creator of the fast growing and ever popular Plasterdolls.
It was March 15, 2013, a fairly sunny Friday afternoon at the Intel Electronics (Malaysia) office, over at Wisma OUA. It was here that we met Intel Malaysia’s Country Manager, Prakash Mallya for a brief and fruitful session, albeit a pretty casual meeting to discuss Intel’s recent involvement in the mobile/smartphone segment.
Fans of the Dungeon Hunter series can now rejoice as Dungeon Hunter 4 returns to its roots, with its Diablo-esque gameplay, simplified combat and beautiful graphics. It retains features from all three of its predecessors, while featuring refined artwork, graphics and voice acting. Gameloft was gracious enough to give us a sneak peak and here’s what we think about the game.