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Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds – Quick look at Asian server of new mobile MMORPG

Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds launched a couple of weeks ago in Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea, and we recently took a quick tour of this highly-anticipated mobile MMORPG. Based on the popular Ni no Kuni console game series owned…

Alchemy Stars – Impressive mobile strategy RPG launches worldwide by Tencent Games

Alchemy Stars, a new anime-style mobile strategy RPG, launched earlier today and we took a quick look at what it has to offer in the first hour. Developed by a Chinese indie team and published worldwide by Tencent Games, we…

Re: Tree of Savior – A quick look at beta phase of new mobile MMORPG in Japan

I wasn’t planning to try out the beta phase of Re: Tree of Savior, but decided to give it a go after reading a number of comments. As usual, I spent about an hour in the game to see if…

Sword Art Online Black Swordsman: Ace – Quick look at new mobile MMORPG launched in China

Developed by Chinese studio Kingnet and published in China by Bilibili, Sword Art Online Black Swordsman: Ace is an officially licensed mobile MMORPG from Bandai Namco and Kadokawa. It launched a couple of days back as a China-exclusive title, and…

The Rising of the Shield Hero RISE – Brief starting gameplay from Taiwan server

The Rising of the Shield Hero had an amazing anime run, and it is currently slated for Season 2 later this year (no date yet). Based on a light novel, it is no surprise that a couple of mobile games…

One Piece Fighting Path – Quick look at new mobile action RPG based on top manga IP

Just a few days ago, China-based publisher Nuverse and developer CMGE launched One Piece Fighting Path into the Open Beta phase for the domestic market. Nuverse is a new games brand under Bytedance, the parent company of TikTok, which will…

Dekaron M – A massive letdown based on the first hour of gameplay

Over the past few years, there have been many mobile MMORPG titles which tortures players with overbearing grinding experiences for a couple of days before opening up any new features, such as Echo of Soul RED and unfortunately, Dekaron M.…

Counter:Side – Quick look at Closed Beta phase for SEA server of upcoming gacha RPG

Counter:Side was first launched by Nexon in South Korea back in 2020, and it has since started the Closed Beta phase in Southeast Asia under publisher ZlongGames. In case you did not know, ZlongGames is also the publisher of games…

Devil May Cry Mobile – Quick look at Final Beta phase for new mobile action RPG

A few days ago, Chinese developer Yunchang Game started the Final Beta phase for Devil May Cry Mobile in China. Just for more context, players are able to recharge currency even though data will be wiped, but they will get…

Shin Dynasty Warriors – Quick look at Koei Tecmo’s new Japanese mobile action game

Japanese developer Koei Tecmo launched a new Dynasty Warriors game last week in Japan for mobile platforms, and it hasn’t really worked out. Titled Shin Dynasty Warriors (真・三國無双), the 2.5 score on Google Play and 2.4 score on App Store…

Grand Fantasia Reborn – A disappointing effort by a once-great developer

If you asked me which developer would have been the first to make a global sensation such as Genshin Impact, the first company which comes to mind is honestly X-Legend Entertainment, the Taiwanese outfit which started out with Holy Beast…

BlazBlue Alternative: Dark War – Quick look at new Japanese mobile RPG based on fighting game IP

In an effort to expand the RPG and story-telling side of the business, fighting games messiah Arc System Works commissioned local Japanese studio Linked Brain to develop BlazBlue Alternative: Dark War for the mobile platform. Based on the super popular…

Hortensia Saga R – Quick look at Japanese mobile RPG based on anime series

Hortensia Saga is a 2D mobile game which SEGA launched a few years ago and still running in Japan right now. We have no idea why, but SEGA later announced a reworked version in full 3D, Hortensia Saga R, along…

Blue Archive – Quick look at new anime RPG launched by Yostar in Japan

Developed by NAT Games (V4, Overhit), a team under Nexon Korea, Blue Archive launched last week in Japan by publisher Yostar (Arknights). We did try to play the game, but it was plagued with random extended server maintenances each time…