NeoSteam Shattered Continent Review: Steampunk Fun


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The Steampunk genre has mostly kept to the basic forms of art. However, times have changed and Atlus Online brings a steampunk game to the MMO market named Neosteam: The Shattered Continent.

Ninja Trick Review: A simple game with limitless potential


REVIEW

Ninja Trick is not just your average Facebook game; it is much more. Ninja Trick is already a very elaborate game in its early beta stages, but there are also some proficient updates planned for the future-neat stuff that is sure to tingle your casual gaming instincts! 

Hero Online: Gives Players Something Different


REVIEW

Explosions, fast paced spell casting and elegant fighting skills are just some of the things that you'll encounter upon playing this game. You'll see spinning fans, yari spears and other oriental weapons as you venture into the world of Hero Online.

Red War Review: Edem’s Curse


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This MMORPG is one of the few new online games that make use of the isometric point of view, taking gamers back to the classic days of gaming. It is backed up with a pretty interesting storyline, involving quarrels between the Meltya and the dark Quelian forces.

Earth 2025: Yes I Own My Country


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Earth 2025 is a browser based game from Swirve, the creators of another browser-based game, Utopia. The game puts you in the seat of a leader of an establishing country after a cataclysmic war that destroyed everything. You are leading a country that has established itself slowly with the help of the survivors of the war.

Requiem Bloodymare Review: Definitely Not For Carebears


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Requiem: Bloodymare is one of the few MMOs to ever get a mature rating. It immmerses people into a world influenced by failed experiments and wretched science, Requiem is without a doubt one of the (if not the only) goriest MMOs to ever hit the gaming world.

Manga Fighter Review: Hey, Isn’t that Pedobear!?


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Manga Fighter revolves around the story of two kids Ken and Hana who accidentally stumbled into the world of Pangaea, a world of toys. They found out that if they want to return to Earth they would need to collect essences found throughout Pangaea and that they would have to battle against toys to get it.

Minions of Mirth Review: Instant Immersion


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Minions of Mirth has the composure of the classic hack and slash MMO. There's a huge world to discover, characters to grow, and epic battles to be had. Although the game is dated, it still provides a wonderful environment for players to explore to their own fulfillment. With both a free version and a paid version, it still gives F2P gamers the chance to experience the fun.

Highstreet 5 Review: Pump Up The Volume


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If you think that you're gonna be hitting buttons and dancing to the beat, then I guess you're on the right track; However, the game has a series of game modes to choose from. This makes the game rather challenging and overly annoying, though of course-- the more you lose, the more you tend to want to get better.

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