Saturday, March 28, 2020


Budget Halloween Horror: Narcosis Review

Narcosis elevates itself above other walking simulators with its taut atmosphere being wonderfully sustained by its interesting mix of game-play, story and atmosphere

Review: Prey (2017) – Too much of a good thing

Before we begin, this Prey is unrelated to the 2006 Xbox 360 title of the same name. They both have a person being chased...

Games of Thrones finally came back with a bang!

Warning! Contains Spoilers! I’ve always been a fan of games of thrones but it was gone a bit downhill ever since the creators decided to...

Sony Xperia L3 review – A Tale of Trades

Sony Xperia L3 has a lot to offer once you know of its limits. 3GB of RAM, a 12-nano chipset and a dual-lens camera are all enticing on their own but are offset by a 720p resolution, unspectacular CPU/GPU power and a flimsy feel.

Detroit: Become Human review – The Androids You Are Looking For

It's evident that Detroit: Become Human contains the Quantic Dream DNA. This time around however they have really pulled out all the stops with choices, there is a LOT of them.

Silicon Power M.2 2280 A55 512GB Review

Today, we are taking a look at our first product from the folks at Silicon Power. They were kind enough to send us in...

Assassins Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones review – The Same Ones

Origins is a solid base to build upon, it’s just a shame Ubisoft didn’t build a bit higher...

Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition review – Hulk Smash!

Space Hulk – Death Wing Enhanced Edition is mostly a solid Warhammer 40k experience, players just need to ignore some of the in-game sound FX. Even if players aren’t familiar to the 40K universe, Space Hulk is accessible for all FPS enthusiasts.

Cooler Master CM310 Gaming Mouse Review – Bling without the cha-ching

With PC peripherals, many of us would have started from somewhere. Those with big bank accounts would have dumped lots of money...

It’s Spring Again review – Unbeleafable Jeff, Its Raining Rain

I have no idea why this game is on Switch. Kids apps, tablets and toys already do this kind of thing...




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