My Thoughts About Sega Heroes.
(AfroGamers.com) Just this past Thursday, a brand new match 3 type puzzle game Sega Heroes was released for mobile after I first heard about the game online just a week ago and I was excited to get the opportunity to once again play as some of my favorite Sega characters from Sonic The Hedgehog to Adam Hunter from Streets Of Rage.
As we all know, Sonic has been the official mascot for Sega since he... [Read more of this review]
Several Dokkan Battle Units That Really Need An Extreme Z Awakening.
(AfroGamers.com) An Extreme Z Awakening is a process of making old units typically bad units into relevantly good units again. For example, STR Family Kamehameha Super Saiyan Goku was actually the worst Super Saiyan Goku unit in the game when he had a flat boost passive of 3000 attack until he became extremely relevant again when he got a massive boost on his passive to attack and defense of 80% making... [Read more of this review]
NHL 19: The Incredible Hockey Game You Must Play.
(AfroGamers.com) With the NHL 19 release this year, you can see the efforts EA Sports put into the game’s core mechanics have paid off well. Some players may complain that the game doesn’t look different from the previous games, but the idea of improving the gameplay makes NHL 19 the best hockey game we have at present.
It’s true that the game looks the exact same. If you have played the... [Read more of this review]
Grand Theft Imitation: Miami 1984.
(AfroGamers.com) Much like Pokemon and the Pokeclones it spawned, Grand Theft Auto spawned a number of clones during the 2000s. One of the greatest was 2004’s Scarface: The World Is Yours by the developer-publisher team of Radical Entertainment and Vivendi Games. While it was an alternate sequel to Scarface, it had all the style of Vice City and beefiness of San Andreas. Not only that but it... [Read more of this review]
Strain: Crime Drama Perfection.
(AfroGamers.com) When it comes to manga there are only two three teams I truly enjoy: Tetsuo Hara and Buronson (Fist of the North Star), Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima (Lone Wolf and Cub), and Buronson and Ryoichi Ikegami (Strain). Its that last pairing we’re going to get into with the hardboiled crime drama manga Strain.
Originally Strain was published in one of Japan’s seinen (men’s) magazines,... [Read more of this review]
My Favorite RPG Games.
(AfroGamers.com) I’ve always been a fan of RPG games especially JRPG games aka Japanese RPG games since playing my very first RPG game in Dragon Warrior known as Dragon Quest in Japan during my early childhood years.
RPG games have always been one of my favorite genres of video games because of the interesting characters, good storylines, some humor, amazing battle mechanics, and nice side quest... [Read more of this review]
Old School RPG Corner: Paladin’s Quest.
(AfroGamers.com) When most think old school RPGs, its usually titles like Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII, titles from PlayStation-N64-Dreamcast era. Then you have Final Fantasy VI, Dragon Quest III, Chrono Trigger, and Front Mission—stuff from the generations prior. Its really all about what generation you played in or if you got around to playing the older titles.
Paladin’s Quest... [Read more of this review]
Nindies Nintendo Direct Top Picks: From Goose Game to Into the Breach.
(AfroGamers.com) Nindies Nintendo Direct gave us a glimpse of the games coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018 and beyond. From Untitled Goose Game to Into the Breach, so many good games are coming to the platform which is growing at a fast pace.
We have picked some games that we find worth buying. No matter if you have watched the Nindies Nintendo Direct presentation or missed it, here you will find all... [Read more of this review]
Outside the Box: Blitzes and Def Slams.
(AfroGamers.com) I’m a big wrestling fan, especially of old school 1980s stuff and the amazing styles of Japanese puroresu and Mexican lucha libre. The storylines, the action, the characters. Rivalries that last years and feuds that are eventually reignited. How seeing a particular form of wrestling can make one go “That’s fake” but seeing something else can make someone go “Why... [Read more of this review]
Black Ops 4: 10 Crazy Things We Spotted In Beta.
(AfroGamers.com) Black Ops 4 is probably the most revolutionary Call of Duty game in years. The developer has ditched single-player campaign which was the reason many people around the world play COD games. The studio is now focusing more on multiplayer activities and there are Zombies, a new game mode, and changes here and there. We played the beta and here are 10 crazy things that we spotted.
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Forza Horizon 4 First Impression: You Can Play the Demo As Well.
(AfroGamers.com) Forza Horizon 4 Demo is now live and you can download the file which is 28GB in size. Developer Playground Games will release the game in October this year but the studio is letting players try the game. So if you haven’t pre-ordered Forza Horizon 4, this is the chance to try the game before you purchase it.
Forza Horizon 3 was an excellent racing game and it was clearly the best... [Read more of this review]
Spider-Man PS4 DLC Worries Fans: Let’s Talk About It.
(AfroGamers.com) Marvel’s Spidey is out now and Spider-Man PS4 DLC has got fans divided over the post-launch content release. Some fans have accused developer Insomniac Games of cutting down some parts of the game to sell content separately. While many players are criticizing this move saying it’s a “cash grab” scheme, others don’t have any problem with the additional content as they are... [Read more of this review]
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