Author: Jasmin Osman

PSX17SEA: Hands on: Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom (PS4)

August 11, 2017

I’ve never personally played the original Ni No Kuni, but I was told that although this is a sequel to the series, it does not pick up the story from the previous game and you play completely new characters in the completely new world of Ding Dong Dell.

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PSX17SEA Hands on: Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite (PS4)

August 11, 2017

I’m a massive, massive fan of the Marvel vs Capcom series. It’s almost definitely my most favourite game in the fighting genre. Mostly because I could use Resident Evil’s Albert Wesker to kick major butt (my gamertag is inspired by him). When I heard that Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite would be available to play at […]

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PSX17SEA: Highlights from PlayStation Experience 2017 South East Asia

August 7, 2017

The first ever PlayStation Experience held in Kuala Lumpur went down this weekend and we were there to take it all in! Read on as our correspondent in KL, Jasmin Giebel-Osman, takes you through the highs, lows and best games from Malaysia’s first taste of the PlayStation Experience!

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Telltale’s Summer 2017 update: The three bombs they just dropped.

July 20, 2017

The time has finally come! After skipping out on having a conference at E3 this year, professional heart-breakers Telltale Games have finally dropped their 2017 update straight out of Comic-Con and it’s pretty big. In a style similar to Nintendo’s, they’ve released a video announcing new seasons of three beloved titles and that one of […]

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Seven things you probably never knew about Malaysia

July 20, 2017

Malaysia has always been a popular tourist destination for Australians, but just how much do you know about the country? We tasked our resident Malaysian writer Jasmin Osman to school us, and she has delivered these seven things you probably never knew about the iconic Southeast Asian country. 1. You can tell the significance of […]

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Exploring Taipei from the mountains to the sea on the MRT Red Line

July 13, 2017

One of the things I love about Taipei, Taiwan, is not just how easy it is to get to places, but the expanse of choices you have to get there. Whether you take a U-bike, walk or just catch the MRT, the city is built to be explored without a car. And along the Tamsui-Xinyi […]

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Essential Eats: Seven things you need in and around your mouth in Taipei, Taiwan

May 21, 2017

As this sub-tropical island becomes increasingly knows for its nature – both on land and underwater – Taiwan is fast becoming one of Asia’s fastest growing tourism destinations. Its capital, Taipei, is a clean (really clean), fairly modern city full of lush parks, with easy access to both the beach and the mountains via one single MRT […]

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