BioWare’s Anthem and First Impressions

Now, now, now, Andromeda kinda failed, isn’t it. Let’s do a trailer critic. Two areas, one is a hub area where you interact with people and an exploration area where you do your combat. This is simple BioWare formula, where they used even in Dragon Age Origins. Note that this might be the real difference between BioWare games and Bethesda games. Bethesda games are full of encounters and quests that are in the exploration area, and you rarely go back to the main hubs, maybe only to talk with some quest givers. In BioWare games, there will be a main … Continue reading BioWare’s Anthem and First Impressions

A Short Shout-Out to Starcraft: The First One!

It has been a Saturday morning. I had woken up early, as I couldn’t sleep the day before because my good old MSI GT70 laptop┬áhas been living its last moments. Both CPU and GPU temperatures were through the roof: 100 degree (Celsius…never understood logic of Fahrenheit scale). It already had a GPU replacement two years ago. Service had duped me by changing the old 3GB GTX 670M with 1.5GB model. Yes, I also didn’t know if it had ever existed. Unfortunately I hadn’t checked the memory of the card until earlier this year. It was a disappointed, least to say. … Continue reading A Short Shout-Out to Starcraft: The First One!

Dragon Age 2

Hello all and welcome to the review of Dragon Age 2, the sequel of epic roleplaying game, Dragon Age. When it came out, Dragon Age was misleading in name since most of the game was about darkspawn who are awakened by Archdemon. Archdemon is in the form of a dragon but that doesn’t make it a dragon in reality. When you came face to face with it whether in the beginning, in the middle or at the end, you realized that Archdemon is more like a undead dragon. During the game the main focus was to use your nearly forgotten … Continue reading Dragon Age 2


Here comes the last addition to Elder Scrolls series. I have first read about Elder Scrolls, specifically Daggerfall in a Turkish gamer magazine. The magazine was heavily praising on the free form play that it offers. The graphics were not so satisfying but still the endlessness of the game put a spell on the author. The first meeting with Elder Scrolls personally was the 3rd game: Morrowind. Everytime I start, I ended up with too much items to carry even in the first town. I also died a lot. Finding the killer of tax collector in Seyda Neen introduced me … Continue reading Skyrim