Saturday, March 28, 2020


Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the First Blade Review

Anyone who has played Assassin's Creed Odyssey knows that the game contains a lot of content. On top of the main story,...

Mad Catz RAT 8+ review

The RAT is back: after a rocky relaunch of it's RAT gaming mouse line followed by bankruptcy, the striking peripheral maker has...

Thimbleweed Park Review

Ron Gilbert and Garry Winnick were not kidding when they said in their Kickstarter campaign that they wanted to make a classic...

Stay review – a delightfully dark storyline

Escape rooms are becoming more and more common and are a great experience. I haven't always managed to 'escape' but I always...

Sundered: Eldritch Edition review

Sundered: Eldritch Edition is a cross between a Metroidvania and a rogue-lite. Combining exploration and combat, the title does not hide its...

PlayStation Classic review – Barely Good Enough for NPCs [UPDATED]

Sub-par emulation, a questionable choice of games and a lack of features show how little effort went into recreating a 90s institution

Snakebyte Gaming: Seat Review

As a full-time streamer, I understand how important it is to have a decent gaming chair. So,...

Battlefield V review

It's no secret that the Battlefield series has an extremely loyal player base, and it's easy to see why. The combination of infantry, tanks...

Starlink: Battle for Atlas review – Toys Back to Life

There is no wrong way to make a ship in Starlink: Battle for Atlas. Upside-down or asymmetric wings. Backward firing shotguns. Starlink lets a player loose in the star system Atlas with the most powerful weapon of all: the imagination.

Nokia 3.1 review – Everything But The Power

While there is nothing wrong with giving budget users a premium look and feel über alles, a little more under hood might be preferred sometimes. Nokia 3.1 can need more attention than other budget phones to really get the best from it.




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