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Genshin Impact Guide - What to do When You Feel Stuck

Posted by Campbell Bird on December 10th, 2020

To keep its open world challenging, Genshin Impact increases the strength of its enemies as you advance your Adventure Rank. The only somewhat troublesome thing about this system though is that it isn't dependent on the power of your adventurers. Your Adventure Rank advances for pretty much doing anything, even if those things don't directly make your team stronger. As a result, you can find yourself in a situation where your World Level bumps up suddenly to create a pretty tough difficulty spike to overcome.

In this situation, Genshin Impact can become frustrating, but there are ways out of it. It also should be a relatively quick fix, provided you've been careful about your currencies and have some to spare. Read on to learn more about what to do if you hit a World Level that suddenly feels overwhelming.

New QuizDuel, MAG Interactive's latest quiz game, has now surpassed 5 million downloads

Posted by Stephen Gregson on December 9th, 2020

MAG Interactive's trivia game New QuizDuel launched globally back in May this year. Today the company has announced that it has now surpassed 5 million downloads, showing that people's love for quizzes is as strong as ever.

Since then an average of 45 million answers have been given every day, with around 62% of them being correct. Meanwhile, the most popular categories have been revealed to be Wining & Dining, The Great Outdoors and Life & Health.

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II is coming to iOS and Android later this month

Posted by Olly Smith on December 8th, 2020

Aspyr and Lucasfilm is bringing the classic Obsidian RPG Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II to iOS and Android devices on 18th December.

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II is, as you may guess, a Star Wars game. It’s set several thousand years before the events of the films take place, and five years after the first KOTOR title where you play as a lone Jedi who must reconnect with the Force to regain their strength and survive the impending extinction of the order.

Genshin Impact - Finding the fairness in a fundamentally unfair game

Posted by Campbell Bird on December 7th, 2020
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Update: Shortly before this piece was posted, miHoYo released an official response to the community feedback around Zhongli. You can read it here.


The official statement acknowledges the feedback and some specific bugs with Zhongli’s abilities , but makes no promises about fundamentally changing the character beyond that. As a result, the contents of this post remain relevant to the current community conversation around Genshin Impact.

There's no getting around the fact that gacha games are predatory. Their entire design is contingent upon luring as many people as possible into an experience that will tempt them to spend money over and over again. This makes Genshin Impact--despite all of its other positive qualities--a predatory game, but is it too predatory? Does such a distinction matter? And, if so, who gets to draw the line of demarcation?

These are the kinds of questions that have risen to the top of the Genshin Impact community over the past week, ever since a new banner event allowed players to feed the in-game slot machine for a new playable character: Zhongli. In the lead up to his release, players awaited anxiously, poring over his teaser trailer, investigating leaked footage, and analyzing his strength based on his importance to Genshin Impact's story, only to face disappointment once they finally got their hands on him.

Equestriad World Tour is out of Early Access as it launches on Android

Posted by Olly Smith on December 7th, 2020

GoGallop Studios has released Equestriad World Tour on Android after being in a state of Early Access earlier this year.

The game has you immersed in the world if equestrian care and competition. You raise different horses and train them in three different disciplines: jumping, cross-country and dressage, which can be done in a solo career mode or as part of a team. You can customise your horses’ looks too by using the game’s Tack Shop before you participate in the various contests the game has.

LifeAfter has teamed up with Resident Evil once again to bring more Resi content to the survival RPG

Posted by Stephen Gregson on December 6th, 2020

Earlier this year NetEase teamed up with Capcom's popular survival horror series Resident Evil for an in-game event. Now, this has returned to the game with a host of new content for players to dive into until December 17th.

It will see players working together to battle against the Umbrella Corporation and earn a few Resident Evil-themed items along the way. Among them will be outfits from iconic Resident Evil characters Jill Valentine and Albert Wesker.

Chroma Quaternion is the latest JRPG from Kemco and it's available now for iOS and Android

Posted by Stephen Gregson on December 3rd, 2020

Chroma Quaternion is the latest RPG from developer Kemco who is well-known in the mobile realm for frequently releasing solid JRPGs that bring interesting twists to the established formula. It's available now for iOS and Android.

Chroma Quaternion will see players adventure through four different kingdoms, with each representing a different season. They are called Spree, Sama, Otam and Wint where the monsters that reside there are themed around the respective time of the year.

Genshin Impact Progression Guide - Late-Game (Adventure Ranks 35-45)

Posted by Campbell Bird on December 3rd, 2020

As you get deeper and deeper into Genshin Impact, the more you have to prepare and think about what your next moves are in terms of progression, particularly if you're not spending money on the game. As your world level increases, so does the toughness of the enemies you face, and so you'll need to make sure you can still take them down, whether that's with friends or by yourself.

At Adventure Rank 35, the game should still be pretty manageable in terms of difficulty no matter what characters you are using, which makes it a perfect time to start preparing for World Level 6 and getting ever closer to maxing out your characters. Read on below to figure out the best way to do this.

Spider-Ham is coming to Marvel Contest of Champions

Posted by Olly Smith on December 1st, 2020

Marvel Contest of Champions is getting a new character added to its growing roster of masked superheroes.This time it’s Spider-Ham, also going by the name of Peter Porker, who will be joining the game later this month.

Originally created for the Marvel Comics series in 1983, Spider-Ham is an anthropomorphic animal character which served as a parody of Spider-Man, however he didn’t really hit mainstream appeal until he was a major character voiced by American comedian John Mulaney in the 2018 film Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse.

LifeAfter’s Resident Evil crossover has returned with new skins, levels, and more

Posted by Olly Smith on November 30th, 2020

LifeAfter’s Resident Evil crossover event is back for phase two after it successfully held an earlier collaboration earlier this year in August.

NetEase Games has kicked off phase two of the LifeAfter x Resident Evil event, which saw characters from the popular Capcom series appear within the framework of the familiar LifeAfter post-apocalypse survival gameplay. The event will last from this Thursday, 3rd December, and run until 17th December.

Street Kart Racing will hold a Virtual Supernats event starting this Sunday

Posted by Stephen Gregson on November 27th, 2020

Street Kart Racing has teamed up with SKUSA to launch the Virtual Supernats, “Virtual Las Vegas” following the real-world event being cancelled due to Covid. The live in-game event starts on November 29th and will last for six days. During this time, players will be able to race against one another or against the AI.

Puppoz is a cutesy balloon popping game that's available now for iOS and Android

Posted by Stephen Gregson on November 26th, 2020

Puppoz is a new, cutesy action game from developer Superstar Games that sees a bunch of canines darting about different levels popping balloons. It's a free game that you can download now for both iOS and Android devices.

Puppoz will see you making your way through 15 different levels, popping balloons as you go. Doing so is pretty simple, all you have to do is run into them. The overall aim is also very straightforward, pop as many as you can in a bid to earn yourself a higher score.

Lara Croft returns in Tomb Raider Reloaded, headed for mobile in 2021

Posted by Olly Smith on November 24th, 2020

Square Enix has unveiled the next entry in the Tomb Raider series, this time headed for mobile platforms sometime in 2021.

Tomb Raider Reloaded sees the return of iconic video game legend Lara Croft as she explores lost ruins, battles wild animals and solves extravagant puzzles. The game will be a free to play action arcade title developed between Square Enix London and Emerald City Games.

Genshin Impact - Fallen Star Challenge Guide

Posted by Campbell Bird on November 24th, 2020

All the parts of the Unreconciled Stars event in Genshin Impact are now available, with the latest being the Star of Destiny chapter. This chapter continues the investigation into the mysterious meteorites with the help of Fischl and Mona, but also unlocks a new co-op event known as the Fallen Star Challenge. To see the event in action, check out the video above. Otherwise, read on below for tips about the event and why you should do it.

New update for The Battle of Polytopia puts it on par with the PC version

Posted by Olly Smith on November 23rd, 2020

The Battle of Polytopia released on PC back in August of this year with iOS and Android versions being dated too far behind. But now developer Midjiwan AB has released the Moonrise update to put it on the same level as its PC counterpart, bringing with it all of the features the popular strategy title has on that platform.

The Battle of Polytopia introduces a whole host of new features to the game including multiplayer matchmaking which’ll allow you to play against anyone from across the globe. Additionally, you can now create yourself an avatar to use in these online matches with a pool of randomly generated options to choose.