• Console Games,  News,  PC Games,  Review

    The Last Of Us: 2022 Updates

    The Last Of Us is an action-adventure game developed by Naughty Dog and initially released as a PlayStation 3 exclusive in 2013. A Remastered version was created in 2014 for PlayStation 4 which also included a Photo Mode feature (probably one of the very first titles implementing it at the time). Its awaited sequel, The Last Of Us: Part II, arrived on PS4 in June 2020 and a third part seems to be confirmed. In fact, Neil Druckmann told Script Apart Podcast that the plot for The Last of Us: Part III is already done, but the game is not in development yet. But that’s not all! A live action…

  • 3D,  Apps,  Review

    VRoid Studio, The Anime Character Maker

    VR games and virtual avatars are becoming more and more popular these days, as a lot of content creators are developing an evident appreciation for the Metaverse. VRoid Studio is a 3D Pixiv application made exclusively to create fantastic Anime characters to use for our artworks, YouTube videos and gaming characters, available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android systems. VRoid is a very powerful tool that we can get completely for free, no subscription or additional costs are required unless we want to purchase some custom content available online. We still have all the freedom we need to create unique characters, just with the power of our creativity!

  • Mods,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery,  Tech Stuff

    Detroit: Become Human PC Review

    Detroit: Become Human arrived on PC in December 2019, but I took some time to test it out properly due to the many problematics that seemed to affect the majority of players after release. Now that I completed my second run of the game on laptop, I can properly review the technical aspect along with the narrative side. Please note that this is related to the Epic Games version, I can’t speak for the Steam one although I assume things will work the same way. Moreover, this review is not entirely SPOILER free, so beware all ye who enter here!

  • Apps,  Otome,  Review

    Obey Me! – FREE RPG Card Game Review

    A little before the Christmas holidays I found out about a new app called Obey Me! through a marketing post that randomly showed up in my Instagram feed. While I did talk about Otome games on this blog before, I haven’t downloaded any new app recently due to the Pay-to-Win gameplay that affects at least the 90% of content from this category. Still, whenever I see anime related posts I automatically click out of curiosity. Noticing the general high rating and good reviews, I convinced myself to download it and try it out for some time. What is there to lose anyway, when you can get something for free?

  • PC Games,  Review,  Tech Stuff

    Razer Ornata Chroma Keyboard Review

    Razer Inc. is a global hardware manufacturing company founded in 1998 in San Diego, with headquarters located in Singapore and San Francisco. Their products feature a good variety of gaming accessories such as keyboards, mouse devices, laptops, mousepads, controllers and even Smartphones. The Ornata Chroma is an LED keyboard released by the company with a large range of possible color configurations, which can be built with default presets or custom-made profiles created by yourself and downloaded from the Chroma Workshop.

  • Review,  Tech Stuff

    Mouse Trust GXT 108 Rava Gaming Review

    Today I bring you a new technical review about a gaming product; the mouse Trust GXT 108 Rava Gaming. If you’re looking for a nice mouse without spending a huge amount of money and leaving the aesthetic aspect aside, this model is one of the best options you may consider in order to replace your old peripheral.

  • Level Design,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery

    FlowScape: A real-time Landscape Game

    If you enjoy playing sandbox games such as Garry’s Mod or any other level editor like Minecraft, you are definitely going to fall in love with FlowScape. Generate different randomized sceneries or create your own, building a wonderful collection of new wallpapers for your desktop, outstanding artworks, or just enjoy a peaceful stroll in your dream locations.

  • Apps,  Console Games,  Otome,  PC Games,  Review

    10 Otome/Romance Games Recommendations

    As someone who always loved reading manga and books of different genres since a very young age, there usually are a few things I look forward to in a visual novel; art style, general writing, plot development and character behavior. As good as some Otome games can look with their beautiful CGs and nice premise, not all the ones I tried managed to satisfy my tastes due to a poor writing and/or questionable game mechanics. In this article you can find my personal recommendations, listed for any avid reader constantly looking for something new to enjoy.

  • Devil May Cry,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery

    Devil May Cry V: Review and Camera Tools

    Over two months have passed since Devil May Cry V arrived on our shelves in all its glory. After the many theories and speculations the fans came up with for a very long time since the E3 announcement, now we know for sure what turned out to be only a fabrication and what remained faithful to the first impressions we all had. This is my review for the game along with a quick overview related to the fanmade camera tools created by Frans Bouma, HattiWatti and K-putt.

  • Apps,  PC Games,  Review

    Lifeline: An Interactive Space Adventure

    Lifeline is an interactive text-based Space adventure built with different outcomes; a wrong answer could bring the mysterious astronaut directly into Death’s arms and interrupt the course of events sooner than anticipated. Exchange texts with cadet Taylor and take part of a distant journey to salvation with life or death choices. Shape Taylor’s destiny and discover the terrifying secret hidden on a foreign planet in Tau Ceti where no ship seems to land without crashing against its surface.