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Like most Ys games, it features a deep and involving story that ties in to the history of Ys. This PC release enhances the visual experience with adjustable High-Res mode, gamepad support, achievements and so much more. It receives a PlayScore of 8.15 5. Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Together with Bandai Namco Entertainment, Level-5 brings back the breathtaking sights of their chibi-filled RPG with this jaw-dropping sequel. In direct collaboration with Studio Ghibli, dive into a familiar yet vastly improved Ni No Kuni chapter. After being overthrown by a mysterious coup, the Young King Evan on a life-changing journey of self and redemption. Meet new people around their beautifully crafted kingdoms, and head to battle with engaging combat system. It’s an all-new Ni No Kuni world, with memorable moments and heartwarming friendships. It receives a PlayScore of 8.33 4. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age One of PlayStation 2’s best-selling games. Return to Dalmasca in this beautiful remaster of the sky-soaring, wall-destroying characters of Final Fantasy XII.

Named The Zodiac Age, it promises to enhance most of the concerns from the community such Game Balance. It’s International Zodiac Job System brings a whole new approach to the progression. This puts your characters to unique specialties and skills that was once a missing feature during the original game. Though the updates seem huge, it’s still pretty much the game game. Get caught in its political conspiracies and difficult boss fights. And as usual, don’t listen to Ondore’s lies, because this game receives a PlayScore of 8.33 3. The Legend Of Heroes: Trails In The Sky SC You’re not a real JRPG fan if you haven’t heard of Nihon Falcom’s legendary Trails in the Sky series. The future of Liberl is still at stake under the deeper control of the mysterious Society of Ouroboros. Picking up shortly after the events of the first chapter, follow Estelle as she travels across the land in search of his missing step-brother Joshua.

As a Bracer Guild member, immerse yourself in a grand adventure as you help townsfolk with their problems, play mini-games and meet a stellar cast of memorable characters. With an expanded combat system, powered by an acclaimed soundtrack to boot, it’s truly one of gaming’s most important JRPG. It has a PlayScore of 8.52 2. Tales Of Berseria When it comes to JRPG’s, there’s always Tales. Ever since the release of the first Tales game, numerous installments have been created.. With each helping shape the future of the franchise. Bandai Namco’s latest addition to the series is Tales of Berseria. This will be the sixteenth entry to the ever growing Tales series and it serves as a prequel to Zestiria. Berseria is already available to Japanese gamers since August 2016, as usual. The story follows a band of heroes in a Kingdom corrupted by demonic presence. The gameplay is similar to most Tales games. It’s still an RPG in third-person perspective. The gameplay remains the same in almost every way — from combat to the underlying mechanics.

It receives a PlayScore of 8.55 1. And the best PC JRPG game so far is none other than Valkyria Chronicles SEGA’s cel-shaded take on the War Genre that involves flying bullets and political intrigue. Set in a war-torn land in the first ever entry to SEGA’s cult favorite, Valkyria Chronicles. Control a band of heroes in their effort to quell the enemy empire from amassing an impending invasion. Utilize the game’s unique Tactical Combat gameplay Called the BlitZ Combat System. Players take control of characters in the battlefield to move and shoot enemies via turn-based and real-time moments. Aside from its hybrid gameplay, the story is gripping with political heights. The cutscenes and the game’s gorgeous art style also comes into full form due to its 1080p and 60 frames per second improvement. It has a PlayScore of 8.71


A Great JRPG Collection

God Eater 2: Rage Burst Bandai Namco’s gritty version of CAPCOM’s Monster Hunter series. However, this one puts action to its very center. Set three years after the events of GOD EATER Resurrection, a mysterious rain sparks a pandemic to the world. As member of the Special Unit called Blood, it’s your task to investigate. Set in a dystopian future where humanity is threatened by gargantuan beasts, it’s up to a select group of elite heroes known as God Eaters to quell the destruction they caused. Using their iconic God Arcs, this gigantic weapons serves as their melee and range attack. It offers a diverse take on the hack and slash genre, while teaming up with your friends in co-op mode. It receives a PlayScore of 7.79 9. Nioh: Complete Edition Set in the Land of the Rising Sun, follow the story of western Samurai named William as he enacts vengeance on the person that robbed him of his happiness. Considered as a mix of JRPG and action hack and slash, it takes inspiration from FromSoftware’s Soul Series. Based on Akira Kurosawa’s unfinished work, embark on a grand adventure in the Sengoku Period and fend off iconic mythical creatures that block your path.

It’s varied combat makes use of multiple weapons that enable you to easily take down Japan’s ugly beasts. It’s a challenging and unforgettable journey that rivals the Souls series and it receives a PlayScore of 7.90 8. World Of Final Fantasy Square Enix’s chibified version of their best-selling franchise takes you to a magical journey with siblings Reynn and Lann. Explore the vast land of Grymoire as you rediscover the past and save the future. Borrowing Pokemon’s gameplay, players utilise their captured monsters to fight for them in battle. Apart from its gameplay, meet familiar and iconic characters of the Final Fantasy series all in their cute chibified forms. Characters such as Cloud, Lightning, and others will guide you on your adventure. It receives a PlayScore of 7.90 7. NieR: Automata Straight out of Yoko Taro’s own head, enter a desolate Earth populated by Alien robots.

This spin-off to the Drakengard Series takes you to the life of YoRHa Androids, 2B, A2, and 9S as they unearth the biggest mysteries of human consciousness. Gameplay-wise, it’s a cathartic hack and slash RPG experience. Considering it was once a Sony exclusive, Square Enix managed to give the PC users a chance to enjoy a gripping story about these curious AI’s. Roam around its gorgeous open world and take control of these protagonists as they find out what it means to be human. It’s an existentialists nightmare, and not to mention it offers a ton of endings. It receives a PlayScore of 8.09 6. Ys VI: Ark Of Naphistim Nihom Falcom’s iconic JRPG once again takes you to the shoes of the legendary Adol the Red. In Ark Of Naphistim, Adol was washed ashore in a mysterious island. This is the first 3D Ys game ever released, and it’s new and improved real-time combat is a game-changer.

Devil May Cry Legacy

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Before the coming of Devil May Cry 5, we take a look back to the one of the greatest hack and slash games of all time. This time, Dante has a new friend. Following the events of the first Devil May Cry, get to know the new character Nero as he protects the city of Fortuna from pandemonium, one smackdown at a time. For the first time in the series, players control two major characters: Nero and Dante, each with unique combat elements and storylines. Special Edition adds a buttload of new content to the game including playable characters like Vergil, Lady, and Trish. Alongside its new content, its polished to pure HD for that perfect demon smacking fun. It has a PlayScore of 8.25 Found the game for you? You can get them by using the links provided in our description box. And if your game isn’t on the list, make sure to check

Transformers: Devastation From the team behind Bayonetta. This game delights you with a cacophony of clanking metal and transforming Alien robots in hack and slash fun. As autobots, your job is to protect the planet from the ravaging Insecticons and Constructicons, and eliminating the threats for good. With Platinum Games’ golden touch, Devastation’s hack and slash gameplay flows with ease. Control one of the five iconic characters from the franchise including Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Sideswipe, Wheeljack and Grimlock. Together they do their job to safeguard humanity with their transforming powers. It plays a lot like Bayonetta–if she were a towering metal behemoth, instead of the sexy witch that she is. It has a PlayScore of 8.31 4. Darksiders Released on the PC way back in 2010, THQ Nordic’s action adventure remains as one of the defining titles in the genre. In a series yet to be completed, this first installment follows the misadventures of War personified. Bringing destructive chaos into the post apocalyptic Earth, hacking and slashing as the hellish horseman is almost a heavenly delight. The graphics may well be outdated by today’s standards but it doesn’t make it any less satisfying. Arm yourself with an array of weapons, solve a few puzzles, and bring down whatever towering creature stands in your way. A stellar first impression, it has a PlayScore of 8.47 3.

DmC: Devil May Cry Hold up, before anyone goes crazy, this was a pretty decent Devil May Cry game. Ninja Theory’s very own take on CAPCOM’s iconic demon-slaying series may not be for everyone, but it does prove to be a great game in terms of its familiar elements. A prequel reboot of some sorts, follow the origins of Dante and Vergil as they take down the evil Mundus from corrupting the world. Just like the original, engage in its frenzied hack and slash combat powered by impressive level designs and backed by a mesmerizing dubstep soundtrack. It receives a PlayScore of 8.71 2. Bayonetta If there’s one video game character that can comfortably go toe to toe with Dante from Devil May Cry, it’s Bayonetta. SEGA’s badass heroine is lauded for her sexy personality and absurd fighting skills. Beat your enemies with the whip of her deadly locks, or shoot them with your majestic guns. Everything is possible when you’re a Hideki Kamiya character. Just like most hack and slash games, its combat is fast-paced, button-mashing mayhem.

It’s upcoming title, Bayonetta 3, is coming out very soon and we just can’t wait. It has a PlayScore of 8.84 1. And the best hack and slash game is Dead Cells We might be in trouble, or we might not. As it is, Motion Twins‘ indie title is already a loveable jumble o’ genres. Without adding to it, the game happily complies with the heart of hack and slash, what with its intense and deliciously satisfying combat. In the hands of Dead Cells, death–usually the bane of a gamer’s existence–becomes almost a happy incident, letting you retrace steps and kill monsters with even more gusto. A welcome, albeit unexpected, addition to the roster, it has a PlayScore of 9.03 Also, you can catch and the whatoplay gang play the latest games at our gameplay channel whatoplay live by clicking that icon in the top right corner. And those were the Top 10 PC Hack and Slash Games. Tell us what you think in the comment section. And if you loved this video, don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to become a certified whatoplayer. That’s it. See you next time.

How to Write the Best CV

In order to get the job you want, you need to present your potential employer with the kind of CV that he or she wants to see.  It is given and take, fifty-fifty – pick your cliche, in other words, they all apply.  You absolutely cannot hope to get ahead in a really good, well-paying position if you a., do not include your curriculum vitae at all, or b. include a badly written, sloppy, disorganized one.  It is simply a fact that you will get a much better response if you write a very well organized curriculum vitae – specifically, one which is chock full of information that is relevant to and supportive of your professional goals and objectives.  And, of course, the information needs to show that you are the best possible person for the job as well.

With all that being said, this article is going to contain some top CV tips, in order to give you the tools you need to write the best possible curriculum vitae It really is not all that difficult.  Like say, you simply have to be extraordinarily organized.  Even if you are not normally given to organization, this is the one time in your life when you need to be – trust, you can give it up right after, if you like!  However, getting the job you want depends on including a well organized curriculum vitae, cover letter, and resume.

The first thing you need to do when writing your CV is to prioritize.  In terms of the job to which you are applying, what are your most relevant work experiences?  How about your academic, volunteer, and research experiences?  Anything which shows that you have the skills and qualifications for the position you are applying for needs to go in your curriculum vitae, it is absolutely vital.

The best CV format will also include a summary of your objectives and qualifications.  However, you still need to try as hard as you can to keep your CV concise.  Unlike your resume, of course, this can be quite a bit longer.  Still, you never want to go overboard.  When you include too much information, you run the risk of wasting your prospective employer’s time.  You see, he or she does want to know about you, your experience, your accomplishments and achievements, and your skills.  However, look at it from his or her point of view – when an employer has a spot to be filled, he or she undoubtedly has to go through a number of job applicants every single day.  We are talking dozens at the very least, and for a sought after position, the numbers are going to be much larger.  So think about it: he or she has to go through a curriculum vitae, a resume, and a cover letter for every applicant.  That takes up a lot of time!  So while you should certainly include all pertinent and important information and history, just try to be as concise as possible.  Lay out the facts, but try not to embellish too awfully much.

Mind you, these are just the basics as they pertain to writing your CV.  There is a wealth of additional information to keep in mind, it all depends on the position to which you are applying.  At its heart, CV writing is something of an art form.  There are a number of strategies, techniques, and formats which can help you, for any job you can possibly imagine.  So keep an eye out here, because odds are we will be covering them at one time or another!

Quantum of Solace

Many people compare the direction the Bond series is taking to the Jason Bourne movies, because the action is stronger, dryer, and more realistic. Many make a quick parallel between the two characters and conclude by saying that now Bond is just a copy of Bourne. The inspiration in the new direction is evident, and yet Bond is not just a copy of Bourne. There is something in Bond’s character that makes him, and the films he appears in, original and exciting. He is a rich, long history, dating all the way back to the sixties, making us look at him as someone we know by heart. And yet for the first time, he seems like an unpredictable character. Never has the super-spy been so human, so understandable, and at the same time so lethal.

Daniel Craig is no stranger to that new Bond fascination. In Casino Royale, his charisma was impressive and offered a new face for 007, one we did not expect. This time, the phase of acceptance of that new face has passed. And it takes only a few minutes to realize that Craig’s appropriation of the character is definitive. The British actor brings more to the character than any actor before him (yes, even Connery). He has strength and charisma for sure, but it does not stop here. Craig elevates Bond to melancholy, to bitterness. Bond, that white hero of the Crown of England, has never been so gray, so tainted with a sense of tragedy.  The last sequence of the film translates this feeling perfectly. Just like this beautiful opera sequence, in the middle of the movie, orchestrated with Maestri by Forster.

I hesitate to say that from this point on, James Bond is complete and ready for steady adventures. Because Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace may have forged a new Bond, but what they (and Daniel Craig) have forged as well is the sense that from now on, you can never know what to expect from James Bond.

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Travel tips in Thailand

There are few things you need to know about Thailand before traveling to the country. First, you need to decide how long you are planning to stay in Thailand. For many of us, it’s long distance destination so one week might not be enough to explore and learn about the country. We recommend at least 2 weeks trip there. Then you will have enough time to see different places and maybe have the stomach flu which is quite common for foreigners to have there. The longer you will stay in the country, the more you’ll fall in love with it. There is no such thing as a too long tourism in Thailand.


If you are an adventurer you might want to take your backpack and move around without any real plans. Backpacking opens you multiple options and places where you might not be able to go with your suitcase. Don’t hesitate and just do it. Suitcase traveling is a better option when traveling with children and people who do not want to move from one place to another. Moving around might cause stress for some people and if you are one of them, don’t do it.


Thailand offers multiple day trips to short distance locations and there are reliable travel kiosks in almost every street. Choose your adventures from there and the travel agency helps you to plan the best trip for you. Trips are not very expensive in there and if you go there today you can go on a trip tomorrow. This is easy and very stress-free.


You might need to use local transportations in Thailand. Be prepared and learn advance is my tip for you. Taxis and tuk-tuks might try to take more money first so bargain, bargain, bargain. You can negotiate with almost everything. Thai people or not in a rush, they don’t play with their minutes. So if you have appointed pickup then you might be prepared for waiting few extra minutes. The driver might come an hour late and that’s no big deal for them. So forget your watch at home and prepare to wait. The only thing you should make sure you’re at the airport at the right time. They won’t wait.