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Nicholas Tang

Nicholas Tang

About me:
Occupation: Games Journalist, student, omegalomaniac nerd
Speciality: Interviews, foolish word-play, cats

Nicholas enjoys the dull monotonously infrequent rainy weathers of Singapore while listening to silky smooth eargasmic tunes of Jazz, Orchestral Symphonies and most often the endless reverberating screams of Rock & Roll. He loves singing (horribly) in the showers as he delusionally believes himself to be the next Singapore/American/Earth idol. He simply love Games.
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About Bose Bose is very well known for the endless lineup of quality audio equipments they have been producing for over the last 7 decades, often praised for their high-end product line. Bose has been manufacturing a multitude of different audio systems, catering to automobiles, commercial industry systems and multimedia home...
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We were recently invited down to the Pangdemonium's rehearsal studios for a sneak peek into their upcoming Next To Normal production. After the success of Rabbit Hole earlier this year, we were super excited to see what other goodness Adrian and Tracie Pang's Pangdemomium! had in store. About Next to Normal Next to Normal...
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Interview with Aaron Khoo (Djehuty) of Wah!Banana If you've been following the local YouTube scene, you're bound to have stumbled across a few of Wah!Banana's productions. The Singaporean YouTube channel produces high quality comedy videos similar to nigahiga. In fact, we had featured them ranking as the #1 local youtube channel just a few months ago in our "Best youtubers...
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Personae Studios Developer Interview BLIMEY, good day readers! It's been awhile hasn't it? My apologies for the inactiveness- I've recently moved to a new place and settled the majority of my work including applying for a sodding broadband WiFi connection which took AGES to come. But here I am! Finally able to spare some time...
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Developer interview with Simogo I've never really been a fan of horror games, or anything horror related in general. You won't see me going to theaters to watch some side-crack horror film which involves terribly filmed first person perspective driven narrative. But I recently picked up a title from the App Store which wasn't necessarily...
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ONIKAGI Singaporean Kickstarter Project Interview Today's interview with Onikagi's project founder, Jackson Aw is a little bit different compared to our previous interviews. Firstly, the project isn't about games or anything entertaining for that matter, it is about two local designers coming out with an idea to produce convenient interchangeable leather wallets with the cause to...
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Anomaly 2 Giveaway Winners and a PSA What's that? PSA? What on earth might that be you ask? Well it simply stands for a Public Service Announcement!  Within these Public Service Announcement articles I'll most likely be talking about my writing plans for the month and announce the winners of previous and future giveaways if there are any! Anomaly 2...
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Developer Interview with 11 Bit Studios (Free Giveaway)   Tower defense has been one of my personal favorite genres of games in the past and present, the ongoing onslaught of stampeding fools dancing along my maze of glorious stationary defenders bringing death and decay to the running mass of impudent futiles. The heretics who zealously leap into the unending...
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Developer Interview with the Trese Brothers I've published an article regarding a particularly fascinating mobile game a few months back, Star Traders RPG Elite. I recently had the chance to sit down and have a chat with the developers concerning their games and Heroes of Steel, the brother's upcoming game which was successfully funded on Kickstarter. Just...
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Interview: Paul Taylor from Mode 7 Tactical, thought provoking and elegantly crafted strategy games are hard to come by these days, especially in today's industry of recrementitious influx of games that plays exactly the same and the dull overstaying annual upgrade of FPS titles. I always liked Chess for it's simplicity in design and the limitless amount of approaches to tactics...
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