The protagonist of Death Stranding is no samurai, soldier or superhero. He has an ordinary job, and he does it doggedly well. This may very well make him the game hero we need for our time. (Partial nudity in this post, in case this matters)
Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding gives our writer some wheels and a life lesson.
Malaysia’s answer to PAX and TGS will play host to some of Malaysia’s most promising games. Here are the ones you should definitely check out.
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Red Bull OG went from underdogs to comeback kings in its journey to win the biggest Dota 2 trophy.
I don’t usually curse my lack of a Nintendo Switch console. Yes, my heart fluttered for Breath of the Wild, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate did elicit several… more
Sometimes the help needed to overcome a childhood of being afraid at imaginary things can come from an unlikely place.
A rookie fighting evil residents with a crowbar, a flashlight, a brick and a pointing finger. Much fun will be had.
A gaming newbie fights, dodges and cusses through dastardly bullet storms to collide with unexpected friends, tragic foes, breathtaking vistas and (almost unhealthy) doses of existential ponderings.