For the ultimate reward Fans of turn-based


  • A standout among the exciting things to emerge from January was the announcement made by Blizzard of an entirely new game that is set in the "all brand new world" is currently in the works and will add another strings to the Diablo WoW creator's metaphorical bow Diablo IV Gold. The company wasn't the sole one to announce something entirely new but Apex Legends creator Respawn Entertainment also revealed it's working on a triple-A shooter.

    For the ultimate reward Fans of turn-based strategies were rewarded with the news of an upcoming studio that is run with the Doom and XCOM designers, that have come together to bring more strategic goodness to the genre that is growing ever more.

    The main event of February was obviously, Elden Ring. Awarded as one of the top FromSoftware games of all time The RPG game rose to the top of the charts, challenging players all over the world to return the original item. In addition to Elden Ring, Amazon Games and Smilegate RPG brought ARPG/MMO hybrid Lost Ark to the West after a hugely successful launch in Korea. The queues for servers grew exponentially and players often lost their desire to live, however The game has grown after launch and now features numerous exciting classes and zones. Dying Light 2 also deserves an instant mention. After all, who doesn't want to be fighting zombies?

    Then, Valve changed the landscape of portable gaming which we explored on our Steam Deck review. Initially, few people could access this handheld due to the reservation system and a lot of people putting an order buy Diablo 4 Gold, but the device quickly became a favorite with boot screen modification along with physical accessories and developers who were racing to improve their games for the new system.