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Metaverse ARPG Game Lost Relics is An NFT Collection Game

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Lost Relics is an ARPG, Action Adventure Role-Playing, game that was released in 2020 by Australian developer Codebit Labs. The game takes place in a setting called the world of Talmuth, a vast open world in which players search for resources and tokens, some of which are NFTs, for the ability to increase skill trees and make progress in the game. Additionally, an important factor to consider is that these loots, full of rewards, can be sold as NFT in exchange merit for real money or in-game tokens which are gold coins.

What is It?

The game is an action game that has many fine characteristics for the player who wants to spend time grinding, or for the player who wants to have a more casual experience. At the end of the day, Lost Relics is filled with adventure and rich gameplay that can be enjoyed by every type of player. The developers seemed to have gone out of their way to produce a game that emphasizes adventure and skill building.

 

 

 

 

 

Gameplay

There are several mechanics that enable players to enrich their experience through the attainment of loot and wearable NFTs. To equip your avatar with the best equipment, so that you can advance, is not the only objective, but it is a means to the end that you can farm NFTs and crypto on the blockchain for the benefit of the team you are with as well.

 

 

 

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Sucker For Love: First Date, Dating Simulator Now on Steam

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Sucker For Love: First Date, is a sequel to the wildly popular dating sim, First Date, which originally released in the summer of 2020 as part of Dread X Collection 2. This game is an Indie horror game that has become quite popualr with online streamers and YouTube personalities alike. It presents a kind of twist on the theme of dating simulations by throwing horror survival and Lovecraftian cosmic peril into the mix of the plot. Many, many reviewers have remarked about this series of twists and narrative turns, and in the main article, we will discuss what makes this game special.

 

The Setting

Sucker For Love was developed primarily by Akabaka, an independent artist and video game developer whose big draw comes from his ability to flesh out horror-themed visual graphic design and story arcs. This game adds a lot of strange and interesting dimension to the original and leaves the primary conceit of the game series intact. That being the idea that all these women are Lovercraftian nightmares come to life, which the player has to cast spells over in order to keep the fragile fabric of the cosmos intact.

 

The Developer’s Take

“I started DreadXP in 2019, end of 2019, as a gaming website. Since I was pitched with making some sort of crafting, love, and Lovecraftian horror, mainly working with visual novels, I didn’t really have the resources or time to make a full crafting system. So we kinda settled for, ‘okay, well what’s a genre that has items in it that can be created and used, and also has love mechanics, and I was like, well… Dating sims!” –Akabaka

 

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Dying Light 2 is the 2022 Sequel to the Famous Game

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Dying Light 2 is the sequel to the hugely successful Dying Light, a game that was released in 2015 to positive reviews. Both games were produced by Techland Studios, but only this recent instalment was published and produced by Techland. The previous iteration was published by Warner Brothers. The main thrust of the game is based on an action-adventure horror theme, and the new game capitalizes on the original solidity of the design framework, and innovates on the original. In the main article we will review the newest features and comment on the best innovations.

 

The Setting

The last game, Dying Light, was set in an open world environment initially introduced as the slums, then reintroduced as Harran. This game is similarly first person horror but is set in another environment called Villedor about 22 years after the events of the main story from the first game.

The city around which the protagonist travels is a vast open world, urban environment that the player traverses using an urban jumping technique called parkour. The means by which a character travels around the open world are the crux of what makes any sandbox game fun. This game certainly goes a long way toward making this sandbox horror a fun and thrilling experience.

The Developer’s Take

“Ever since the Harran virus broke out 20 years ago, mankind had to seek refuge in the last few settlements still standing. As a wandering Pilgrim bound by no ethics or rules, you’re left looking for a long-lost sister. Travel to one of the remaining bastions of humanity, the city of Villedor. Enter its strongholds, meet its people, restore hope and unwind the past that may now come back to haunt you.” -Dying Light Website

 

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Total War Warhammer III, The Exciting Sequel to a Great Game

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Total War: Warhammer III, is Creative Assembly’s newest contribution to the famous Total War gaming franchise. The game was released in the winter of 2022, and published by Sega after being designed and co-developed by the renowned Ian Roxburgh. The game is a continuation of the Total War series and picks up where Warhammer II left off, in a functionalized universe of monsters and fantasy. It is a turn-based strategy game that incorporates elements of several nuanced styles of play, and in the main article, we will give an overview of the game’s mechanics and background.

 

The Setting

The game features a few different modes of play, and in the central story-mode, the player is required to manipulate their armies around the map and manage settlements within a time-based turn system in which the computer and the player alternate control. The game focuses on a strategic application of diplomacy, declaration of war, trade agreements, and advancement of forces.

According to reviews and player-bases, this game also has a “custom battles mode” that allows players to build their own customized, real-time battles, as well as online multiplayer battles. The game promises to be a great new installment in the franchise built by the developers. The third iteration clearly has a few tweaks and innovations that make for even more re-playability.

The Developer’s Take

“It would have been very hard to predict the trajectory Total War has taken. It’s grown from feudal Japanese battles and a simple board game-style campaign to this, Warhammer 3(opens in new tab), where armies can hop between realities, where daemons and ogres clash, and where troops are led by flying monstrosities—including one that’s as customizable as an RPG protagonist.” -PC Gamer

 

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