Cuisine Royale is a free to play battle royale game that often times feel like parody of the heavy hitters of the genre. Marketed as a free-for-all using kitchen utensils for weapons, the game shares the same formula as conventional battle royale games but does enough to make parts of it interesting. Nude Start After a quick 10GB download, you’ll hop into the main screen and notice that you’re in your underwear. Nothing to worry about as it’s commonplace for games like these to make you work and play to earn better outfits and equipment later on. Having no inventory, XP or kitchen collections, there’s only one thing to do and that’s play. Cuisine Royale offers three game modes – solo, duo and squad. Queue times are rather long but it’s unsure if that’s indicative of the current playerbase numbers. Remember, it’s competing with a ton of more established battle royale games out … [Read more...] about Cuisine Royale 2018 Review: Is Cuisine Royale Worth Playing?
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Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment announced that their MMO shooter/battle royale Cuisine Royale is coming to Xbox One in 2019. Before its official launch, Cuisine Royale is now available on Xbox Insider Hub and Xbox Insiders are invited to try the game and share their feedback. Hurry up as the number of participants is limited! Cuisine Royale is an all-kitchen warfare MMO shooter in the genre of battle royale. The game offers the most realistic weaponry in the genre and highly detailed environments with trenches, bunkers, stationary machine guns, sounds and graphics. On the battlefield players can find items that significantly increase their characteristics. Strapping on an IV feed will provide accelerated health regeneration, a set of glasses will increase weapon accuracy, and more. Players can also improve their defence, but instead of traditional battle armor, in Cuisine Royale they equip themselves for battle with eating and cooking … [Read more...] about Cuisine Royale Now Available On Xbox One Insider Hub
There are only two certainties in life: Death, and that if there is a product in existence, China has ripped it off and claimed it as its own. Now you can find a ripoff of just about anything in China, including MMO Fallout as I recently discovered. Litigation against these companies is generally extremely difficult, if not impossible, in part because copyright infringement apparently does not translate into Mandarin. I say this with the full knowledge that any time I talk about China being infamous for ripping off products, that MMO Fallout will probably be hit with a surge of attempts at breaking into the site. Twenty six thousand attempts in April, and still going strong. World of Tanks developer Wargaming is taking the fight head on by filing a lawsuit against the developer of Project Tank, Chinese companies Changyou and Gamease. So how does a company steal a game based on tanks that existed in reality? By using the exact same historical inaccuracies and stealing the … [Read more...] about Wargaming Sues Chinese Developer Over World of Tanks Ripoff
Bluehole and PUBG Corp are apparently continuing their government-backed crackdown on PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds cheaters. Last week, PUBG Corp told Steam players that it takes cheating seriously and has upgraded its security measures. “In the meantime, we’ve also been continuously gathering information on hack developers (and sellers) and have been working extensively with multiple partners and judicial authorities to bring these people to justice,” the studio writes. “Earlier this month, on April 25th, 15 suspects were arrested for developing and selling hacking/cheating programs that affect PUBG. It was confirmed that malicious code, including Trojan horse software, was included in some of these programs and was used to steal user information.” The studio indicates the suspects, all in China and being dealt with by Chinese authorities, have been fined the rough equivalent of $5.1M USD for their infractions. Prison time is historically a … [Read more...] about Chinese authorities arrest 15 more accused PUBG hackers, fining them over $5M
It was during the early years of this century that Western gamers first witnesses an influx of Korean games, with the most common genre being MMORPGs. This influx soon became a tsunami that washed literally hundreds upon hundreds of games of varying quality upon our shores. This 'Korean Wave', as I just coined it, left a permanent mark on the gaming industry -- the free to play model. While popular in East Asian for many years due to rampant and unaccountable piracy, Western gamers got their first taste of free to play with titles like Nexon's MapleStory and GalaNet's Fly For Fun. Love it or hate it, free to play stuck. Western studios soon started adopting the foreign business model and the fruit of that cultural exchange were some of the best games ever made, including League of Legends by Riot Games and Warframe by Digital Extremes. As the second decade of the century approaches its final lap, the Western gaming market is being overwhelmed by yet another East Asian contender. This … [Read more...] about The Weekly Raid: Is The Influx Of Chinese Money Good For The Gaming Industry?