Saturday, February 16, 2019


Microsoft IntelliMouse Classic review – Versatile, Hard-Wearing, Iconic

You should consider the IntelliMouse Classic next time you need a mouse. Consider its 5+wheel button layout and how only three keys can be customised, if these aren't a big deal - buy it.

Amazon Echo Spot review – Screen-Stealer

Finding a use for screenless Alexae (plural) could be a tough challenge given a handset with similar capabilities laying in every pocket of the developed world. The circular screen pushes the Echo Spot ahead of any similar device or service - it's a game-changer for in-house personal assistance.

Marvel’s Spider-Man review

Marvel's Spider-Man is the next big exclusive game on PlayStation 4. In this instalment, Spider-Man is more skilled and powerful than ever before. I...

noblechairs HERO Series Review – Meet The Bentley of Gaming Chairs

The noblechairs brand has finally released a new gaming chair. The new HERO series chair will join the previous EPIC and ICON Series. noblechairs...

PES 2019 Online & Offline review* – Best 90 Minutes of...

Whilst almost every other reviewer was happy to s**t out a review of the offline modes only in order to meet the embargo, I have actually played and reviewed the full game. Enjoy.

F1 2018 review – Rewriting the Rules on Annual Racers

F1 2018 manages to deliver in most respects; capturing the intensity of top-level motorsport while mixing in starting points for n00bs and lapsed petrolheads to get in on the act

Huawei P20 Pro review – Unmatched Camera Experience; Some Gripes

An excellent Leica-lensed camera setup in an attractive, if delicate case. P20 Pro is another impressive handset from Huawei but it comes with some issues that will bother quite a few Android die-hards, namely the lack of 3.5mm audio socket and microSD slot.

PokerStars Review – Time to Get Your Poker Face On

Whether you’re a regular player or you just like to dabble every now and then, there’s no doubt that card playing heavyweight site PokerStars...

Kindgom Come: Deliverance ‘From the Ashes’ DLC review – Busy Work

A poor fit for the widely-admired KC:D. From beginning-to-end, Pribyslavitz confuses and annoys. From the Ashes abandons its parent game's relationship with credibility and immersion in favour of an Excel spreadparchment and some chores.

Red Faction Guerrilla: Re-MARS-tered review – Destroyed by a Poor Bash:Crash...

A still-impressive engine and the freedom to destroy are worth a few hours of your time. But a combination of innate repetition and the distracting technical issues undermine the foundation of a lost classic, bringing it crashing down.