Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One Review

The renowned detective fighting crime and solving a family mystery in his younger days. Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One is an action-adventure game themed around mystery and detective work. The game was developed by Frogwares and released on 16 November. I enjoyed reading Sherlock Holmes novels in the past, but that is not the main reason … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One Review

Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review

Brilliant first title by an indie company. Easy Game of the Year if based on visual experience and story immersion alone. Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a third-person action-adventure video game published by Ember Lab on 21st September. This is the first video game created by this company as their work mainly revolves around producing … Continue reading Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review

Total War: Rome Remastered Review

A dive into Roman warfare nostalgia, for all its glory and flaws, for anyone who played the original. Total War: Rome Remastered is a unique combination of turn-based strategy and real-time strategy (RTS) created by Feral Interactive in late April 2021. The word Remastered obviously indicates that this is an enhanced version of an original … Continue reading Total War: Rome Remastered Review

How the new standard year has changed Hearthstone

When the new standard year (Year of the Phoenix) commenced with it's first expansion (Ashes of Outland) in early April, there were a number of major changes in Hearthstone—and a few of them were totally unexpected. A new hero class called Demon Hunter was created, an unprecedented decision by Blizzard. They also completely reworked the … Continue reading How the new standard year has changed Hearthstone

Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Improving as a player

In this final part of my beginner’s guide to Hearthstone, I want to share some tips on how to improve as a player. I used to be a casual player back when I started in 2018. I never put in the time and effort to develop my understanding of the game until the beginning of … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Improving as a player

Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Playing on a budget

Alright, for all you Hearthstone players that can’t—or refuse to—spend any money on the game, how do you compete in ranked mode? The unavoidable reality in Hearthstone is that you need to earn gold on a consistent basis. Without gold, you can’t purchase card packs. And in turn, you can’t disenchant cards to get arcane … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Playing on a budget

Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Understanding minions in depth

As mentioned before, minions are a staple of Hearthstone. If you don’t play minions, you can’t get control of the board. And if you can’t kill off your opponent’s minions, you are quite likely to lose. Hearthstone has a huge array of minions. There are minions ranging from seemingly overpowered to those that are impractical … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Understanding minions in depth

Hearthstone: Descent of Dragons, a new card expansion

Hearthstone’s final card expansion of 2019 was released earlier on 10th December. Descent of Dragons gave us 140 collectable cards; a significant portion are—aptly—dragon minions and dragon synergy cards. In Hearthstone, a new card expansion is released every 4 months. Each card expansion features around 135 new collectable cards—meaning that Descent of Dragons is the … Continue reading Hearthstone: Descent of Dragons, a new card expansion

Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Card features

There appears to be an infinite number of cards in Hearthstone, especially if you play in Wild format. So how does anyone become familiar with all the cards in Standard format? Well, there isn’t a need to. There is no need to memorise any card in Hearthstone. As ridiculous as it sounds, I could just … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to Hearthstone: Card features