Reviews by nkahoang
Love child of D&D and Bejewelednkahoang | March 16, 2013 | Review of 10 000 000
TL;DR: Definitely addictive. Buy this if you have no plan for a while, otherwise say bye bye to your productivity.
It can be described as the love child of the infamous RPG series Dungeons & Dragons and Puzzle series Bejeweled. I wouldn't have thought I would be this much addicted to the gameplay.
The interface and gameplay is very simple and old school. It is easy to pick up. Match the tiles will let you explore, fight or loot.
You also have a base (your prison) to construct and upgrade buildings, preparing for your next run.
Boss fighting is fun.
And to think that this can't get any better, you get DINOSAAURRR in the game.
I personally recommend you get this. Get a version on mobile as well (I purchase one for my Android device).
Out of many DLCs, get this onenkahoang | March 10, 2013 | Review of Killing Floor: Community Weapon Pack
This is probably the only DLC that makes difference to the game. Other DLCs are, in fact, only cosmetic. So if you are wondering which DLC should you get, aim for this one. I wouldn't get it for the full price, but for one or two bucks, it's worth it.
I only use the Flare Gun personally, and even then only sometimes. Kinda fun to play with, not needed. If you buy this DLC, you can also buy it and drop it to your teammate, which is good. The Tommy Gun is not bad, it is actually an Rifle variant that's slightly weaker but weighs less and is cheaper. The Buzzsaw Bow can be seen as a good alternative to Katana.
Well, It is a good addition to LEGO collection but I expect morenkahoang | Dec. 24, 2012 | Review of LEGO Lord of the Rings (AU)
With the success of Lego Harry Potter 1-4 and 5-7, I was looking high for this title. The Lord of the Rings franchise has had great obvious success in the big screen as well as gaming world with Battle of middle earth series, however, this one may feel short to your expectation.
It does not have much of the feeling of previous LEGO titles. Button mashing is too much being abused to the level that lose its fun. Puzzle is a bit simple.
However, I feel happy being able to grab it with just 10$. It is a nice addition to those who collect LEGO games. The story matches the legendary film and recreate good old time. The LEGO art is also the best you may find.
It's not as bad as most people thinknkahoang | Dec. 11, 2012 | Review of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire Nexway
Well, I have been reading quite lots of negative reviews on this DLCs. Some says that it does not deliver much and tons of freely available mod does exactly what the DLC has.
I was lucky enough to purchase it with 35% off. It is not that bad as most people think it is.
1) Some Mods takes assets and resources (models, scripts, etc) from this DLC so if you want to play those, you must have Hearthfire. Double the point that if you are a modder yourself.
2) You gets to buy and design your own house from scratch instead of buying a pre-built in main fort. It may be a bit boring collecting materials but may buy you some times from killing monster and dungeons.
3) With 35% off, this DLC is a no-brainer. While it is true that you may subscribe and download free mods that do the same jobs, I can't guarantee that those mods are as quality as this official one