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PlayStation4 (PS4) Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Game Review Complete
Release Date: Out Now

Genre: Action / Adventure

Publisher: Disney Interactive

Developer: Avalanche Software

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition now welcomes Star Wars™ to the ever-growing collection of Marvel, Disney and Disney•Pixar characters, stories and worlds. Together new heroes can join forces with characters from previous editions and embark on adventures as big as your imagination in the 3.0 Toy Box! Disney Infinity encourages you to play your way, whether you explore open-world creation in the Toy Box or story-driven gameplay inside Play Sets!

Game  Overview

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition now welcomes Star Wars™ to the ever-growing collection of Marvel, Disney and Disney Pixar characters, stories and worlds. Together new heroes can join forces with characters from previous editions and embark on adventures as big as your imagination in the 3.0 Toy Box! Disney Infinity encourages you to play your way, whether you explore open-world creation in the Toy Box or story-driven gameplay inside Play Sets! Venture into the 3.0 Toy Box, where you can create your own universe and mix, match and mash up all Disney Infinity characters in one place. You can also jump into Play Sets where you can play inside the worlds of your favorite characters and relive distinct experiences, varied gameplay, environments and characters.

GamePlay  Detail

One Game. Two Ways to Play.
  • Play Sets
Play Sets allow you to play inside the worlds of your favorite Disney Infinity characters and offer distinct experiences, with varied gameplay, environments and characters. Unlock new adventures from all-new Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Play Sets featuring Star Wars™, Marvel, Disney and Disney•Pixar. 
  • Toy Box 3.0
Enter the new Toy Box 3.0, a wide-open world of possibilities where you create your own stories, worlds or games with all of your favorite Disney Infinity characters! Mix, match and mash-up Disney, Disney•Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars™ characters together in one place!

Game  Review

The Avengers play set included with last year’s game was a disappointment, mainly because it featured one of the most uninspiring video game versions of Manhattan ever made, populated with samey escort missions and rehashed enemy types. Fortunately the Star Wars: Twilight of the Republic play set bundled with Disney Infinity 3.0 rights most of its predecessor’s wrongs. It’s a nicely varied campaign set across multiple planets (and the space between), with diverse mission, environment, and enemy types to keep it feeling fresh over the course of its six hour duration (or substantially longer if you aim to complete all its challenges).

Crucially, its combat is fantastic. Steered by the experienced hand of developer Ninja Theory, which has honed its combo-based craft on previous projects such as Heavenly Sword and Devil May Cry, character attacks feel substantially tighter and more fluid than the previous Infinity games. As Yoda, I delighted in pinballing between multiple enemies, leaving groups of enemy droids showering sparks and body parts in my wake. As Anakin I was able to Force-pull a shield out of an enemy’s hands, before dashing forward to uppercut them into the air and juggle them with spectacular saber swings. It’s worth noting that enemies finally have visible health bars in this game, a welcome addition that makes it easier to identify which ones to pick off first in a crowd.

While all of the Star Wars heroes share the same basic suite of skill upgrades, such as boosts to health and attack strength, there are enough character-specific moves and combos to make it fun to switch between multiple characters (should your budget allow it). Yet unlike the game’s Toy Box mode, Twilight of the Republic doesn’t really lock any substantial content away behind character-specific doors - you can enjoy all of its missions and side quests without having to fork out for additional toys, which is very much appreciated.

That’s not to say that Twilight of the Republic is perfect. It would have benefited from a splash of the nudge-wink humour employed by the LEGO games, or even some of Skylanders’ excellent environmental puzzles. There’s also quite a bit of repetition with some of the side quests; the podracing in particular seems like a missed opportunity by offering only one opponent to challenge.

But these minor grievances are quickly forgotten once you’re dogfighting separatist ships in the space junk-filled orbit of Geonosis, indulging in flashy lightsaber brawls in the Jedi Temple training room or gleefully hurling your co-op partner into a belching sarlaac pit. It might not reach the level of cinematic authenticity the upcoming Battlefront is targeting, but as far as story-based adventures go Twilight of the Republic offers up one of the most entertaining Star Wars videogame experiences in years.

And that’s just the play set. The more flexible and feature-packed other half of Disney Infinity 3.0 is once again the Toy Box mode, which has been refined and expanded upon in almost every way. The new Toy Box Hub is essentially one massive tutorial designed to school you on its world building tools and inspire you to create your own game modes, but there’s literally hours of fun to be found within it before you even think about crafting your own levels or sampling those shared by the community. You can play paintball skirmishes against the gang from Monsters Inc, perform vehicular tricks in a stadium stunt course, or zoom through an aerial checkpoint race from London to Neverland. Or you could just equip Spider-Man with a lightsaber and take on Syndrome’s robot army on the Disneyland main street. The more you do, the more you unlock and level up your chosen character.

Additionally, a new sidekick system has been introduced. These pint-sized assistants are kind of like giving your Disney Infinity toys their own Amiibo. You can put your super-deformed buddies to work on crops in the game’s farming area (probably the first time you’ll ever see a Wookiee with a sun hat and watering can), which then reap

 rewards in the form of food to level up your sidekicks and items to equip them with. It's worth your while to nurture sidekicks because they can fight alongside you and bring additional benefits; if one of them is wearing a medic hat they’ll replenish your character’s health bar when you pick them up, for example.

After completing all of the tutorial levels and challenges in the Toy Box Hub, I still lack the talent and inclination to build my own levels or game types to any meaningful degree. But the important thing is that I at least feel like I have a handle on all the creation tools - which is something I never felt with the previous Infinity games - and I eagerly await what the community will do with the robust creation suite on offer combined with the vastly improved controls. From fully functional RPGs to Splatoon-inspired shooters to Rube Goldberg marble runs that play the melody from It’s a Small World with each bounce of the ball; it’s all theoretically possible.

Despite the raft of improvements to the Toy Box mode and the superior campaign, it must be said that Disney Infinity 3.0’s starter pack does feel somewhat lighter than those offered for the previous games in terms of what you get in the actual box. Whereas Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes came with three character figures and two game discs, the new game comes with only two characters and no game discs. This limitation is compounded by the fact that the two included characters, Anakin and Ahsoka, are both lightsaber and Force power-based. If you want to experience the game’s third-person shooting (and you should because it’s great), you’re going to have to shell out for an additional character like Ezra Bridger or Sabine Wren from the outset.

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PlayStation4 (PS4) Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance Game Review Complete

Release Date: Out Now

Genre: Role Playing Game (RPG) / Strategy

Publisher: NIS America, Inc.

Developer: Nippon Ichi Software, Inc.

Game  Overview

The sixth home console entry to the legendary Disgaea series tells a tale of revenge, and of rebellion. As a new and terrible Overlord named Void Dark seeks to enslave the countless Netherworlds, one young demon has stood to end his reign—Killia. In Disgaea 5, lead Killia and his tenacious army of rebels on their dark and dangerous path to vengeance. Filled with more over-the-top action and hilarious writing than ever before, Disgaea 5’s damage numbers are surely headed for the record books.

Game  Detail
  • Alliance Attacks
New to the Disgaea series, your relationship with your teammates influences a new battle system called Alliance Attack. These special moves are only available to main characters and only when their relationships are appropriately aligned.
  • Recruitment
A familiar feature for Disgaea faithful, this system lets you choose from over 40 races and jobs, and identify new party members with the exact traits you desire.
  • Revenge Mode
A game about vengeance wouldn’t be complete without a character stat boosting system based on revenge, would it? The Revenge Mode empowers your characters with bonus stats when they’ve become fed up of their allies being beat on.
  • Explore the Netherworlds
While previous games in the series have shown a glimpse of the darkness that is the Netherworlds, Disgaea 5 takes you to a myriad of those dark lands.
  • Definitely over 9,000
In true Disgaea fashion, Disgaea 5 harnesses the power of the PlayStation®4 to deliver battles with a ridiculous number of enemies and outrageous damage.

Game  Review

If you haven’t played a Disgaea game in a while, don’t worry: it’s still the addictive time sink of an RPG it’s always been. As ever, you can tweak your many party members and their gear in an overwhelming number of ways, and pretty much all those ways involve a time and/or resource investment. Just when I’d thought I was happy with where a given character was, I’d decide to re-roll them in order to boost their leveling progress (called reincarnating), level some new gear, and slap some new passive abilities on them to squeeze out just a few extra drops of power. This what I’ve always loved most about Disgaea - there’s practically no limit to what you can do if you have the patience and conceptual understanding to do it.

Disgaea 5 expands these possibilities even further with some new monster types and character classes, not the least of which is the Maid, a class dedicated to making efficient use of consumable items. In the past, having a character spend their one action per turn on a healing or attack item felt like a waste given the other options at their disposal. The Maid smartly solves this with a passive traits that allows her to use an item in addition to her standard action, and she can eventually earn other traits that greatly increase the range and effectiveness of items as well. This effectively transforms what used to be an uninteresting resource into something that can be the difference between life and death

  • Darkness - My Old Friend
It’s okay that Disgaea 5 doesn’t take any huge risks with its tried-and-true formula, but I do wish the series would hold on to ideas that work and iterate on them rather than always toss them for something new. For instance, Disgaea D2’s monster mount system added an excellent new layer to the relationship between human and monster units, but it’s been scrapped for the older Magichange system, which while novel, doesn’t provide the same functionality and feels like a step sideways. Magichange isn’t bad or anything, but it’s effects are temporary, and require you to redeploy the monster unit afterwards, making it less flexible.

This is the first Disgaea for the PlayStation 4 and though it doesn’t take huge advantage of the added power, Disgaea 5 is the sharpest, cleanest looking one yet. All the jagged edges on the sprite characters are gone, and the special effects on big spells and attacks run hitch-free. Beyond the technical improvements though, Disgaea 5’s use of color is worth commending. This series has always been a colorful affair, but there’s a really great balance of warm and cool colors, and some nice gradients between the two here. It’s subtle, but it helps Disgaea 5 look markedly better than its most recent predecessor.

  • New Bells and Whistles
New classes aside, Disgaea 5 supplements its familiar core with even more extra layers than just about any entry in the series, though not all of it necessarily succeeds. Some of the winners include a map editor that allows you to create and share your own custom maps, the ability to assign your characters a subclass, and the new Squad system, which allows you to group party members together in order to gain unique bonuses and abilities.

For example, characters thrown into the Giant Killer Squad will be giant-sized for their first three turns in battle, and members of the Foot Soldier Squad get stat bonuses based on how many people have been enlisted to their ranks. Though that’s a lot to manage, it provides a welcome incentive to hire and level as many characters as you can to to take full advantage of what squads have to offer.

Even the less successful ones, like the new Interrogation or Quest systems add some new flavor, despite feeling slightly extraneous and fiddly to manage. Accepting quests gives you near-term goals to shoot for in order to unlock new classes or earn rare items, but there’s no way to check on them unless you go back to the quest NPC in the hub world. Interrogation bends captured enemy units to your will, but the actual benefits seem a bit light given the trouble of capturing them versus killing them. Disgaea’s structure is such that you don’t need to make use of every system and mechanic available to you in order to succeed, so it never feels like an obstacle to progress.

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PlayStation4 (PS4) DiRT Rally Game Review Complete

Release Date: Out Now

Genre: Racing

Publisher: Deep Silver

Developer: Codemasters

Race on the Edge

For off-road racing fans, DiRTRally is the most authentic, challenging and thrilling rally game ever made. 
DiRTRally is the only game that provides the white knuckle feeling of Racing On The Edge.

Key Features
  • ICONIC RALLY CARS - Featuring over 40 of the most iconic and relevant cars from yesteryear through to modern day, representing the cars that the players want, and the ones that make the most sense for the surfaces they race on.
  • SIX MASSIVE RALLIES WITH OVER 70 STAGES - Winding paths through forests, death defying drops off hillsides and narrow mountain paths are what this is all about, it’s you and your car versus the road ahead. Take on the legendary hillclimb of Pikes Peak, the snowy thrills of Sweden, and the epic scenery of Finland.
  • OFFICIAL FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS CONTENT – Race at the Lydden Hill, Holjes and Hell tracks in six of the fastest off-road cars and take on your friends in high intensity, bumper-to-bumper multiplayer racing.
  • ONLINE LEAGUE SUPPORT - Get together with friends and run your very own racing league. Join or create unlimited leagues and run them how and when you want.

Game  Review

Rally game titled Rally is not something easy to find this year. When counting the numbers, racing games against nature can be counted on the fingers in one palm only, at least in 2015. Although the theme itself must be admitted much more difficult when compared with ordinary race games, Rally games have a much more appealing charm for some gamers.

Playing Rally racing games not only requires the ability to calculate speed and timing speed to press the brakes as commonly found in regular racing games, but also focuses on the courage to make decisions. Thanks to the race field is so heavy from the side of the difficulty level, Rally game requires experience playing long enough race game. Moreover for DiRT Rally; this game increases the difficulty of Rally games that have been high to new levels.

The difficulty that can be found in this game is not just limited to the difficulty of the opponent only. In the game Rally, your main enemy is the time that has been successfully printed by the opponent. The longer the time you need to complete one part, the more your ranking will degenerate. This game has enemies that are so high difficulty. In addition, your victory will also be further complicated with the game's gameplay properties that approach driving simulation. Obviously, rally race simulations are much more difficult than regular races!

Apart from the high level of difficulty in this game, so high up this game is more suitable to be played by Rally gamers who have veteran, this game has a beautiful graphics quality. The ability of this game to produce a beautiful graphical display is able to bring players to feel like being in the middle of the forest and through the iceberg while driving the vehicle in high speed. Thanks to that, you also have to prepare PC gaming with high enough configuration in order to play this game with high setting.

Fight Achieve the Peak

DiRT Rally does not care about the various narratives as commonly found in recent games. In this game, you are only invited to fight against opponents in the Rally Championship. Being the best is the goal, you just have to keep improving your position in the championship class you follow to move on to the next class. However, the enemies that you will find in every class, even at the lowest grade, have no mercy at all, unlike other games that seem to have tolerance for the players.

Classes that you can find in this game are divided into five. As we explained above, you just need to improve your appearance to be able to ride the class. That is, you do not need to be the first champion in every class to be able to ride the championship class. As long as you are able to show a stable appearance, even being in a low position can lead you to a new class. However, going up a class is a terrible thing in this game. Because, the ability of your enemies will be increasingly crazy and the time they print will be more difficult to pursue.

The increase of the class can not be canceled or accidentally dropped class. When you move to the next class, you can only follow events for that class only. So, you will be forced to raise your ability to drive and complete the given stage. The higher the grade, you should try to drive in a bad racing field without making mistakes and in high speed.

In addition to the usual Rally, you can also find two other types of races. The races are Hill Climbing and X-Cross. Hill Climbing as the name means is a rally up the hill. The level of difficulty alone can not be underestimated when compared with the usual rally. One mistake can cause your car to slide into the abyss and instantly make you unable to finish the game! Not to mention the various obstacles in the corner, such as large rocks that can make the car damaged.

When compared with other modes, X-Cross can be said the easiest. In that mode, you will race against another car on a track of several Laps. The shape of the obstacle in this mode seems mild when compared with other modes. Not only do you not fight against the elements of nature that are so cruel and unpredictable, your enemies can also be manipulated in order to make mistakes. As long as you can keep the car to keep driving at high speed and through the turns smoothly, then surely you will win.

Heavy Rally Field

Each stage in this game is specifically designed to test your ability to drive a car. That's why the shape of the track surface is not always as smooth as regular racing games. At the stage you are facing, there are usually several types of ground surfaces that you will eventually encounter. Fortunately, this game does not force you to tune the tire to the ground, like some previous Rally games. So, you can relatively complete the stage with different conditions without experiencing a large penalty from the grip side of the tire.

One thing that should be given a thumbs up concerning the ground surface in this game is the texture. When you play this game, every ground you pass through gives a different feeling as it passes. For example, when you race on dry pebbly ground it will feel different when compared to a wet surface. Even on one street body can be found a different feeling when passed. Especially when you're through an icy field that requires a high level of driving ability.

The next hurdle is in the environment where you are racing. As you certainly know, the rally is always located outside the circuit. Whether you're racing in the mountains or in the middle of a forest, the environment will always provide different types of obstacles. Therefore, do not be surprised if you find a large rock beside the road when cornering, trees, or cars parked by the roadside! All of these besides can damage the car, they can also make you lose valuable time. You can even find a cliff that instantly gets you eliminated from the race when you get thrown in there!

Race time and weather conditions can also change and affect the race. When it rains, the weather will increase the difficulty of the track field. Not only are your chances of encountering accidents getting bigger, they can also reduce your visibility! So also when night comes; especially when you are forced to race in the dark because your car's lamp was damaged before the tree hit!

Simulation Can Be Selected

The gameplay nature of this game that approaches the simulation should be recognized can provide a great challenge for gamers who do not like the simulation. Not only do you need the help of a dedicated gaming device to play a good simulation racing game, for example with a steering controller, you also need to have a fairly high flying time using the device. Fortunately, this game offers a friendlier option for gamers who do not use a steering device.

Various preference options in the Rider Profile can be used to facilitate control in this game. Options such as the use of automatic transmission or the help of ABS and TCS can greatly help you, especially if you do not have the ability to adjust how much percentage of pressing the gas and brake buttons in the controller. The penalty is not too big either. Because, the greater the difficulty level of the reduction of the aid, then the money you can get after completing the race will be greater.

When using a variety of aids on car control, you will feel more control on the controlled car. Although in some parts still depends on the car used, for example the ratio of torque and sensitivity of cornering due to engine drive system used (RWD, FWD, or 4WD), the outline of the game will be greatly helped by the option. However, he will not be able to beat players with the ability to use the advantages offered simulation and steering controller. Especially if he is able to play the clutch in order to get the wheel rotation when going to do the bend.

Selecting a Technician's Crew

Rally rally is not only determined from the ability of the driver and his car only. The crew of technicians is also the decisive of the victory. Therefore, at every stage of the race the occurrence of damage to the car certainly can not be avoided. At the rally, there are times when the car is given about 30 minutes to repair. Any defective car parts will need time to be repaired and repairs that exceed the time allocation will be awarded a penalty. This is the importance of having a reliable crew of technicians.

After you drive for a certain distance, a new technician slot will work. Using the money you have collected, new technicians can be hired to fill the slot. Each technician has certain statistics and capabilities in repairing parts of the car. The higher the ability, the rent will also be more expensive. In addition, they also have time to work for several racing stages only. After the time is up, he will separate from your race team if not renewed his contract term.

Maintaining the same person as a technician turned out to have its own advantages. The longer he is in your team, the ability slot or Perks that he can use will appear. Perks is not so devastating effect, but it can be very helpful to speed up the ratio of development of the upgrade of the car you use. The higher the upgrade you have, the better your race will be and the chance to be number one is also open.

Car Breakdown

Rally rally is a big challenge in the fight against the heavy weight. That's why no need to be surprised if the car you use is hit by a rock by the roadside or the radiator is destroyed because the hood of the car kissed the tree. In this game, all the damage is very influential on the performance of your car. Even he can make the car can not be controlled properly or damaged.

All these damages do have a very serious impact on your winning opportunity. Uniquely, all that you can not see the status on the game screen. Usually, a rally game shows which parts are damaged so you can avoid damage in the same place. However, this game does not provide any of these indicators; You should estimate it through Co-Driver's comments or the resulting sound damage!

Sound effects that appear when damage occurs are worthy of appreciation. The reason, the sound is so accurate and similar as the original. When the ball bearings on your wheels break or your tires break, they can easily be known from the sound. Then you feel the immediate effect through the response and control of the car. When it does happen, it's good you choose to Restart from Pause screen only.

When you do Restart, the condition of the car will return like before the race started. However, the more you do Restart, the bonus money that you can receive at the end of the race will decrease more. The amount also varies, depending on the duration and the race class you play. However, losing the bonus money is actually not very influential as long as you can get a good position in the race standings. Because, the higher your ranking, the prize money will also be higher. In addition, any damages will be calculated and deducted from the money you receive!

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Six Records In Video Games That Will Never Be Solved Complete

Six Records In Video Games 

That Will Never Be Solved Complete

The world of video games always has something interesting to dig and follow, one of them in terms of world record. Not always a world record based solely on a person's ability to do extraordinary things in real life. In fact, video games that in fact only the virtual world can also create something like that.

Many of the world records included in Guinness World Records are from video games. In fact, some of them are difficult to do or even solve. Therefore, here Jaka will give info about 6 video game record that will never be solved. Straight to!

1. Oldest MMORPG Game Marathon (38 Hours)

Hectaerina Kinumi Iglesias is known as gamers who like to do marathon games or play games for a long time in a non-stop. Some crazy record he ever did was marathon two popular MMORPG game that is World Of Warcraft for 29 hours 31 minutes and Final Fantasy X for 38 hours 6 minutes. All that he did without a minute's break alias non-stop. Until now the record is still not solvable by anyone.

2. Tetris High Scores (748,757 Points)

Tetris became the legendary game that until now still included in the ranks of the best games of all time. This game has a simple but addictive gameplay. Behind all that, apparently there is a world record made from this Russian game. Is Uli Horner, a man record high record Tetris to date amounted to 748.757 points. He said if he did not think could do this amazing thing.

3. Highest Killstreak Game The Simpson (263 Kill)

In his day, The Simpsons proved to be the most popular and fun beat-em-up game. Released in 1991 for arcade and Commodore 64, the game is well received globally and sells well for retro gamers.

Like most arcade games, The Simpson also relies on the skill of players to be able to conquer any level that exists. And, so far a record killstreak or kill in a row on the game The Simpson most reached 263 points or 25 points above runners-up.

4. High Scores E.T (1,058,399 Points)

E.T became one of the most commonly earned game games in the world. Unclear gameplay and minimal innovation are the main reasons. However, things like this do not dampen the spirit of the gamers to create a record through the game made in 1981 this.

The proof, a man named Glenn Case managed to collect 1,058,399 points in this game, as well as being the highest in the history of game E.T.

5. Playing Call Of Duty Oldest (135 Hours)

A game enthusiast from Australia named Okan, managed to record a world record after he managed to play the game Call Of Duty Black Ops 2 for 5 days. If totaled, he spent about 135 hours to play the game.

In the action, Okan admitted often experienced cramps in the hand but he insisted to keep playing it. Himself only given time for 10 minutes every hour to rest.

6. Marathon Just Dance 4 Oldest (138 Hours)

Call Of Duty was not the only game that managed to record a record through his players. Just Dance 4, Ubisoft's music genre game also has its own record through the captivating skills of Carrie Swidecki. The woman who is known to a teacher in California is successfully playing Just Dance 4 for 138 hours non-stop.

This achievement managed to bring him solve 3 world records at once. One of them for the longest marathon video game of all time.

That was 6 world records successfully recorded through video games. The records above are crazy indeed, so it seems very difficult to be surpassed or solved. Is there any of you here interested in breaking the record above? Or maybe, want to make your own record through your favorite game? Write in comment field yes!

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PlayStatione4 (PS4) Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Gaming Review

Release Date: Out Now

Genre: Role Playing Game (RPG)

Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.

Developer: Media.Vision Inc.

Game  Overview


Set in the near future, the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred. Logging into cyberspace is part of everyday life. For one teenager, a harmless on-line chat spawns a chance encounter with a mysterious hacker. Little did this teen know, this brief meeting would lead to a digi-monumental adventure.

In Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth, scan, raise, and train your faithful Digimon companions to battle by your side against a group of hackers.

Do you have what it takes to crack this digi-case?
Featuring more than 200 Digimon from the animated series!
Become a detective to investigate and gather clues to solve the digital mystery!
Turn-based battles return! Connect attacks together for more powerful combos!
Scan, raise, train and battle Digimon. Digivolve to unlock more powerful forms!
Traverse and explore the vivid and immersive environments of the real & digital worlds.

Game  Review

At times it's a glacially paced, by-the-numbers Japanese role-playing game that treads familiar territory for the long-running franchise — kids teaming up with monsters in the digital world. But it also contains flashes of a story filled with moral ambiguity, genuine intrigue and touching character arcs. More often than not, Cyber Sleuth's adventure into the digital world is reminiscent of a darkly mature anime, not its namesake's kid-friendly cartoon.

That Cyber Sleuth is largely able to navigate its narrative complexities with a strong sense of humor and heart might be its most unexpected quality. It's these traits that keep the game from being otherwise forgettable, distinguishing it from the pack of like-minded monster collectors.


Cyber Sleuth stars a set of human leads whose trials are both virtual and emotional. The central story begins in the digital community of EDEN, which serves as a high-tech forum of sorts, home to typical internet commenters and highly skilled hackers alike. The silent male or female protagonist accidentally joins that latter group, along with a group of online friends, and is granted a special power: the ability to tame Digimon. This becomes useful when the player character falls victim to a mysterious syndrome afflicting users of the EDEN forum. Others affected by the strange virus enter into a coma; the protagonist instead turns into a hybrid digital/physical being, allowing them special access to the online world.

Discovering the cause behind these dilemmas sets Cyber Sleuth's plot into motion. Using the power afforded to them by their new body, the player character becomes just that — a cyber sleuth, a junior detective aiming to rise up the ranks and figure out what's really going down online.
Although Digimon play a crucial role in solving these central mysteries, for a while the characters mostly take on a supporting role in the plot. Cyber Sleuth is largely the story of its human protagonists, which is slightly disappointing for someone hoping to spend the bulk of their time with the Digimon. Yet battling other Digimon lies at the core of the gameplay, and is easily Cyber Sleuth's most addictive facet. Players command up to three Digimon at a time in turn-based battles, choosing between basic attacks and special skills, each with their own attributes and potential status effects.

The fighting system is accessible and seemingly uncomplicated; available options include attacking, guarding, using items and escaping from a fight. But additional facets help to make the frequent random battles something to look forward to, not dread. These include a combo system where party members occasionally jump in for extra damage, and a fairly complex type matchup mechanic, in which certain monsters and moves are more or less effective against others. A Virus-type Digimon is stronger than a Data-type, for example, so it's important to carry a variety of Digimon with you. Yet while these features complicate and diversify fights, it's hard to really grasp them. The bonus effects of other stats, like personality types, require outside research, and pulling off a combo seems mostly random.


Even so, an engaging battle system is important, as players will spend ample time taking down other Digimon. Facing monsters in battle is the only way to add them to your own collection, which mitigates what could otherwise be a huge grind. Unlike other monster collecting games, Cyber Sleuth makes it easy to catch 'em all. Simply encountering a Digimon grows its conversion meter; once that meter hits 100 percent, players can add the Digimon in question to their DigiBank.

Although some monsters are rare and others are only obtained through evolution, knowing that you're all but guaranteed to capture your favorite Digimon just by happening upon them in battle is a relief. It largely eliminates the frustration that can come with monster catching being left up to chance, instead focusing on what's truly challenging and enjoyable: raising the members of your Digimon collection into their strongest forms.

Leveling up monsters in battle allows players to then evolve them into entirely new Digimon. That system, Digivolution, is one of Cyber Sleuth's greatest pleasures, complicating the basic capture method in truly thoughtful ways. Instead of a linear, one-step process, evolving your Digimon is a tactical play. The system is full of multiple pathways, allowing Digimon to transform into totally different creatures, both stronger and weaker. Digivolution is flexible and fluid, and being open to the system is key to progressing through the game's dungeons and increasingly tricky boss battles.

It's a shame that the dungeons don't measure up whatsoever. Both the overworld and the fighting arenas are dull and repetitive; while they're not quite linear, their uninspired and limited designs are not fun to run through — and it doesn't help that your character runs at an excruciatingly slow pace. Missions involve doing laps across various areas on the map to locate key characters, engage in important battles or, at their absolute worst, complete annoying fetch quests.

Unfortunately, a large portion of the game is spent traipsing through these uninspired dungeons. But when not fighting, the protagonist is interacting with other characters in cutscenes or relationship-building side stories, which are generally more enjoyable. The narrative's diminished focus on the Digimon in favor of their tamers is one of Cyber Sleuth's earliest, most distinct features. It's not unfair to assume that most players will pick up the game based on their love for the Digimon characters. But for as great as the Digimon themselves are, what's striking is that the human characters are often equally entertaining.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth has solid writing with a healthy self-awareness and a wonderful sense of humor. While the translation is weak in spots, at times it's laugh-out-loud funny, adding a great deal of levity to a storyline that could buckle under the weight of its sometimes inscrutable gravity. These moments often arise unexpectedly, too; a serious scene might just as quickly be undercut by a sharp, truly funny joke. Cyber Sleuth handles these transitions deftly and to its own betterment, keeping the game from ever becoming self-serious.

The humor is a welcome throughline in a plot that often spins its wheels. Like a season of anime, the first half of the story largely feels like filler, with copious side missions that are bland time killers in the wait for something major to happen. When Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth really gets going, though, its characters take center stage and shine, encouraging the player to keep moving forward just to spend more time with them.

Salam Gamer MANIAK  

PlayStation4 (PS4) Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition Game Review Complete

Release Date: Out Now

Genre: Action / Role Playing Game (RPG)

Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment

Developer: Blizzard Entertainment
Game  Detail

This Ultimate Evil Edition contains both Diablo III and the Reaper of Souls expansion set, together in one definitive volume. Rise as one of humanity's last defenders - crusader, barbarian, witch doctor, demon hunter, monk, or wizard - and collect legendary loot while mastering devastating new powers and abilities. Play solo or form a party of up to four other heroes, either with local players together on the same screen or online. Lay waste to hordes of evil throughout all five acts of the Diablo III storyline, or explore the open world in Adventure Mode to hunt bounties on the elder evils that lurk throughout the mortal realms.

Exclusive Content - Available Only on PlayStation

  • The Last of Us Nephalem Rift:
Get ready to endure and survive! We've teamed up with Naughty Dog to create a unique Nephalem Rift for the Ultimate Evil Edition inspired by the award-winning PlayStation 3 title, The Last of Us. Featuring hand-picked environments from the Diablo III universe and an ominous yellow spore effect, this randomized dungeon level (available only on PS3 or PS4) is sure to awaken the survivor in us all.
  • Shadow of the Colossus™ Transmog Set:

Raise thy sword by the Light! In addition to The Last of Us Nephalem Rift, the Ultimate Evil Edition will also include a PlayStation exclusive that pays homage to a gaming classic.

Players who choose to join the crusade against death on the PS3 or PS4 will be rewarded with the "Guise of the Colossi," a unique set of transmogrification plans that unlocks six armor appearances inspired by the influential PlayStation2 title, Shadow of the Colossus. These striking appearances will be available to each of Sanctuary's larger-than-life classes.

Game  Review

It's been a long road for Diablo 3 fans, following every twist and turn from pre-release to now, hoping that the Diablo game they truly wanted was right around the next corner. Don't get me wrong, Diablo 3 nailed the moment-to-moment combat experience from the get-go, but the reward loop was way off-kilter. With the release of the Reaper of Souls expansion on PC, the somewhat erratic rhythm of its reward and progression cycle steadied into constant thrum. Now, with the Ultimate Evil Edition on PS4 and Xbox One, Diablo 3 takes on its highest form, melding the successes of two years of patching with the positive side-effects of porting to current-gen consoles.

Ultimate Evil Edition teems with content. You're getting everything from Diablo 3 and its expansion, Reaper of Souls, including the incredible endless Adventure mode. The raised level cap, reworked skills, and of course that handy fourth passive slot are all here as well, and importing your character from a last-gen console is a breeze, so you won't have to replay a bunch of content you've likely already replayed over and over to experience it. If you're returning from the original console release, you won't miss a beat.

If you're a new player, and you don't already know what's in store, just ignore the cheesy story. Diablo 3 is about killing things, all the things, whether alive, undead or inanimate, and seeing what sweet new piece of gear drops so you can kill more, bigger things. Ultimate Evil's excellent analog stick controls, deep bestiary, and varied character classes make that hunt enjoyable both in the short term, and the long haul.

A regular stream of upgrades and legendary items means that even over the course of a short, 1-hour play-session, you'll often see your avatar make tangible progress, and by your 200th hour in the endless, infectiously rewarding adventure mode, you'll still be finding ways to eke out ever more power from your character. I can still remember leveling my first character In vanilla Diablo 3 to 60 without crafting a single thing, or even making very many decisions. Starting a new character from scratch really highlighted how much Blizzard has changed for the better.

That well-tuned cycle of  violence, profit, and growth is easier on the eyes than ever here too. Last-gen consoles had to make visual sacrifices to run Diablo 3's more heated battles at a respectable frame rate, but on PS4 and Xbox One, no concessions are necessary. At 1080p, and an almost constant 60 fps, the action looks sharp, plays smooth, and is mostly on par with Reaper of Souls on a nice gaming PC. There are very occasional hiccups in framerate during huge battles, and the effects, while greatly improved, aren't quite at max PC levels, it's still a huge step forward from the last console iteration.

Finally, Ultimate Evil serves up a few social-minded twists like an in-game mail system to gift loot to friends, and a new nemesis system which allows a monster that slays someone on your friend's list to grow in power and come into your game to give you a chance to avenge your fallen comrade. It's a cute trick, but not a game-changer in any way. The real star is still the ability to play on the couch with up to three friends, tearing through the angry hordes that await you in adventure mode, where the wildly randomized dungeons form the backbone of Diablo 3's endgame.

Salam Gamer MANIAK  

PlayStation4 (PS4) Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Game Review

Release Date: Out Now

Genre: Action / Adventure

Publisher: Capcom

Developer: Capcom

Game  Overview

The smash-hit stylish action game DMC4 is back and better than ever, boasting new playable characters and game modes!
  • Vergil is back and better than ever! Trish is easy to handle, but turns up the heat with her combos! And Lady is playable for the first time in the series!
  • Take on hordes of enemies in Legendary Dark Knight Mode!
  • Enjoy stunning 1080p visuals at 60FPS!
  • Other improvements, including auto-save, to enhance your playing experience!

Devil May Cry 4 is a very special game for me. This game is the first game of the console generation and then I play, plus this game I play using the computer that I first raft myself when just starting college.

In addition to the personal impression, Devil May Cry 4 is also the last Devil May Cry game played by the original Dante, not the "western" version of Dante that appears in DmC made Ninja Theory developers. So it is not surprising that many gamers, including myself, are very excited to hear that Devil May Cry 4 will be re-released to modern consoles with a variety of improvements.

Then, is it a re-release that is not just a remaster is able to satisfy the desires of gamers who love the Devil May Cry series, or the desire of gamers who have never played this series though? Find the answers below.

Game  Detail Review

The Return of the King of Genre Action Full of Fools
Devil May Cry is always famous for its exaggerated action that can make us mumble "waaah" for nonsensical scenes that look cool. This happens both when the gameplay takes place and when the middle cutscene is presented.

Playing Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition clearly reminds me of it. DmC created by Ninja Theory may also present a cool lebay action to empty our brains, but the fact that the game is trying to be edgy makes the final effect that is delivered less memorable.

This Devil May Cry series embraced the silliness of the original series. Dante's character here comes with white hair and more annoying nature than Dante's character on DmC whose annoying nature is more impressed than a snob.

The combination of a better character and adrenaline-stirring action scene clearly reminds me of what makes Devil May Cry so fascinating as the king of the action genre with silly characters.

Hit, Slash, Shoot!
In Devil May Cry 4, the action you do may be a little slower when compared to DmC. Nevertheless this game still presents a fun and exciting fight to follow.

Various rounds of combo can be done using various types of weapons or strengths that your character has. In addition, this game will also not you can enjoy if you just play the origin tebas only. The combination of attacks you use as well as keystrokes in the right moment are a crucial part of this game.

Just like the rest of the Devil May Cry series, you will be able to buy items that can help your adventure. In addition, you can also buy the capabilities of your own weapon or character. Be sure to buy what you will often use in your adventure and do not waste on something unused.

In addition to action to eliminate the enemy, do not forget also if this game has a portion of its own puzzle and exploration. Do not miss the level just, investigate the ins and outs and find the secrets scattered in it.

Five Obviously Better Than Two
Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition is not just a remaster with increasing resolution and frame rate. Capcom really adds this game with new content that makes it three times larger. The biggest change is certainly seen from the inclusion of three additional characters that you can play in this game.

The previous Devil May Cry 4 has only two characters to play, Nero and Dante. Through this new version, you will also be given the opportunity to play characters familiar enough to the fans of the Devil May Cry series, who else if not Trish, Lady, and Vergil.

In the original version, you will play Nero in the first half of the story and the end of the story, just given the opportunity to control Dante for several levels. This format is back in Trish and Lady's Story Mode. You will control the Lady at the level that in the original version is played by Nero, and you will portray Trish to the levels that originally belonged to Dante. As for Story Mode Vergil, all levels will be able to play with this brother Dante.

Although the levels are exactly the same, but how to fight each different character makes your playing experience using these five characters so varied. Starting from Nero with his devil's hand, Dante with his many weapon options, the Lady who makes this game feels like Resident Evil in a fighting style using firearms, Trish who fights with her brutal fists, and Vergil who has the coolest fighting style amongst all.

Details about each character can you check the details through the video at the beginning of the article. Although quite unfortunate in addition to Dante and Nero Story Mode, these additional characters do not have scenes and meaningful stories. Both Vergil and Trish and Lady Story Mode have only a simple opening and cover.

Beautiful Graphics, Loud Music

From the original version though, I've considered Devil May Cry 4 as a game with very good graphics. It is certainly still maintained in the Special Edition version. Because I maintain it, I do not see any significant change from the graphics of this game.

This minor thing makes Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition less memorable in visual terms because many modern games have better graphics. But if you do not really compare this game with other games, what you see with your eyes is guaranteed to remain satisfactory.

For his own musical affairs, Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition still presents the same loud music as the original version. Distortion and hoarseness that accompany your action will make the experience of slaying demons more enjoyable.

Not to forget this game also opened with a cool video with the main theme song Devil May Cry 4, "Drink it Down", which is composed by renowned music group L'Arc ~ en ~ ciel. If you need your adrenaline spur, just play this game and do not miss the opening video, guaranteed your spirits immediately spurred.

Devil May Cry 4 is a great game, and the Special Edition version makes it even better. With five characters you can play, Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition is a perfect game to boost adrenaline and stiffen your hand in producing the Smokin 'Sick Style combo !!!

If you've never played Devil May Cry 4 at all, I highly recommend you take this Special Edition version. If you've played it when the original game was released, now is the perfect time to nostalgia your experience playing Devil May Cry 4 seven years ago.

However, if you recently completed the original version of Devil May Cry 4, maybe prioritizing other games would be the best choice for you. Although I would strongly recommend that you buy this game within the next year.

Salam Gamer MANIAK  


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