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Sunday, July 20, 2014

DC Universe Online is a superhero-themed action-MMORPG based on the popular DC Universe and it's free-to-play.


This game is great because it lets me create my own superhero and/or supervillain. I also get to fight alongside popular superheroes and/or super villains like Batman, Joker, Superman, Wonderwoman, Flash, Lex Luthor and others.

As a gamer or player, I'm not addicted to one or two games. I play a lot of games and one of these games is DC Universe Online.

When the game was released, there were only two servers. The US server and the EU server. I decided to play on the US server because it was less laggy than the EU server. Yes, the US server was also laggy but it was not as laggy as the EU server.


Good news because, if I want, I can now play DC Universe Online on a server that is closer to me and that server is the SEA server.

To learn more about the SEA server of DC Universe Online, go to the official website of the game at http://dcuo.playpark.com.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Transformers Universe, is it an awesome or an awful game? I have no idea because I'm still in the Tutorial of the game. I can skip the tutorial but I like going through it. It doesn't feel complete if I don't go through any games tutorial.

Transformers Universe, Tutorial

Speaking of the tutorial, the next thing I learned was how to transform my Decepticon from vehicle mode to humanoid mode and it was done by simply pressing the "T" key or the letter "T" on the keyboard. Pressing it again changed my Decepticon from humanoid to vehicle again.

Walking and strafing was easy to learn because it was the same as with other third-person or first-person games. My character walked and strafe by pressing the ASWD keys on the keyboard.

Having the ability to zoom the camera in and out is great because it gives me better control of how I want to view the game. Zooming in and out is done by scrolling the middle-scroll button of the mouse.


These are all very basic but they're also very important and learning them by going through the tutorial made me feel more comfortable with the game.

Anyway, enough about my experience. Now, I want you guys to try-out Transformers Universe so you could give your own opinion of the game. Just go to the official website of Transformers Universe to create your free account and download the game.
Transformers Universe is a free-to-play sci-fi/robot/mech-themed multiplayer online third-person shooting game based on the very popular Transformers franchise and I started playing it today.

Transformers Universe

My faction or loyalty or group in Transformers Universe is the Decepticons because the Decepticons are bad ass. The Autobots are whimps. Optimus Prime is a robot boy scout and no one likes a boy scout. Boy scouts are annoying (just kidding, of course). LOL!

I was going to choose the Autobots but I went with the Decepticons because I assumed most players will choose the Autobots.

After selecting my first Decepticon who is Rampart, the game started with a tutorial and the tutorial involved following a series of waypoints. Waypoints were represented in the game as a green pillar of light and each waypoint had something to teach me like moving, transforming, combat and others.


Anyway, I think I'm going to enjoy playing Transformers Universe (at least until I get tired with it, LOL) and I suggest you guys give a try too specially if you are a fan of the Transformers movies or animated series.

To play the game, just go to the official website of Transformers Universe.
Age Of Kung Fu is about Kung Fu. Well, duh! Obviously! It wouldn't be called Age Of Kung Fu if it is not, right? Besides the Kung Fu or the Martial Arts, Age Of Kung Fu is also about the different storylines or stories a player can choose from.
Age Of Kung Fu, Selecting A Story

The different stories a player can choose are the following:
  • The Nameless Sword
  • Phoenix Pledge
  • The Tale of Tianshan Swords
  • and A Scholar's Legend
The Nameless Sword is about someone who lived in luxury but lost it all when an assassin destroyed his/her family.

The Phoenix Pledge is about an orphaned whose sister was kidnapped and has been looking for her ever since.

The Tale of Tianshan Swords is about someone who lost his/her memories after being ambushed by Assassins in the Bugui Village.

A Scholar's Legend is about a good and hard-working orphan who got caught up in a bad situation.

These are just the summaries of each of the available stories or storylines in Age Of Kung Fu. Players are required to choose one and their choice determines their starting area or starting town.


To learn more about Age Of Kung Fu and it's four stories or storylines, simply go to Age Of Kung Fu's official website.

Age Of Kung Fu is a free-to-play oriental-themed martial-arts mmorpg developed by Snail Games and published by Cubizone in Southeast Asia. Check it out!

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Finally! After getting blocked by both Asiasoft, publisher of Ragnarok Online 2 SEA, and WarpPortal, publisher of Ragnarok Online 2 NA, Ragnarok Online 2 players in the Philippines are now welcome to play in WarpPortal's Ragnarok Online 2 server.

WarpPortal's Ragnarok Online 2 Philippines

The announcement was made recently at WarpPortal's website. Starting July 17, 2014, players of Ragnarok Online 2 in the Philippines will now be able to create an account and freely login and play Ragnarok Online 2.

If you were blocked by WarpPortal before then why not give it a try again. Pre-Registration is now open to all fans and players of Ragnarok Online 2 in the Philippines. Just click the link below to Pre-Register your Ragnarok Online 2 account with WarpPortal.

Click Here To Pre-Register!


Asiasoft recently merged with or bought Level Up Games (not sure what the correct term is) and, because of that, I was expecting Asiasoft to add the Philippines in its supported country for Ragnarok Online 2 SEA. Instead, it was WarpPortal who added the Philippines in its supported countries.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Age Of Kung Fu is coming to Southeast Asia.

Age Of Kung Fu is an upcoming oriental-themed martial arts massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG). It's going to be published by Cubizone in Southeast Asia and it's Close Beta Test is scheduled this coming August, 2014.

Age Of Kung Fu, Close Beta

Unlike most MMORPGs today, Age Of Kung Fu will have no character classes and no character levels. Character development will focus on learning skills and improving those skills by using them. Of course, this is just my understanding of how the game will handle characters based on currently available information about the game.

Players will be able to choose from 8 factions or 8 schools of martial arts where they will learn skill restricted to their faction or school of choice. They'll also learn general skills outside of their faction or school and use them in both PvE and PvP.

Age Of Kung Fu is not just about fighting or martial arts. Characters in the game can also focus on activities like crafting, gathering, socializing and others.

The story of Age Of Kung Fu revolves around the Wuxia-inpsired lore surrounding martial arts and adventures in medieval China. To learn more about it, simply visit the official Age Of Kung Fu website.


By the way, for those who will experience lag in Age Of Kung Fu, cure it with WTFast. WTFast is a great program that helps players become more competitive by reducing, even eliminating, lag in the games they play. Get WTFast from it's official website.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

As you can see, I love and enjoy playing computer games and I have been playing computer games since I was in elementary. Unfortunately, I never became a professional gamer nor a game developer and those were my dreams back then.

The Bard's Tale

Anyway, the very first computer role-playing game I played was The Bard's Tale. I remember playing it on an old XT personal computer but I don't remember finishing it. I guess, I was not yet into computer role-playing games at that time.

A few days ago, one of the many games on special sale at GOG.com was The Bard's Tale. The game was only a few dollars and it included all three games (The Bard's Tale 1, 2 and 3). I felt it was a great deal and that's why I bought it.

I have not played it but the game is now in my GOG.com and I can download it anytime I like.

Now, if you are reading this and you are interested in getting The Bard's Tale as well then you can do so by simply clicking on the link below.

The Bard's Tale, A Quest For Coin And Cleavage

The link above will take you to GOG.com's page for The Bard's Tale.


I'm not sure when I'll get the chance to play The Bard's Tale again but, for now, I'll just leave it in my GOG.com account. I will download it as soon as I'm ready to play it.