Saturday, October 24, 2020


The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening review

The period of bad remakes is, for the most part, behind us. Games like Resident Evil 2 and Pokémon Pikachu Let's Go...

Code Vein Review – Not Dark Souls But Close

Since the birth of Dark souls, now almost eight years ago, the release of fierce and dark RPGs follow each other faster...

Roccat Kain 120 AIMO Gaming Mouse review

ROCCAT is a German company that produces high-end gaming peripherals. Their products tend to be highly innovative such as the Sova LapBoard...

Huawei P30 Pro review – Better than P20 Pro But No...

Huawei have set high standards for themselves in the last few years. Their P20 Pro hauled handset of the year awards last...

HP Omen ‘Sequencer’ keyboard review – Tripping the Light Above-Average

An attractive and well-built keyboard that flirts with perfection but gets wooed by weird design choices instead. The software suite is basic and unintuitive but functional. Its MRRP of around €180 will raise a few eyebrows but HP Omen Sequencer offers close to the premium experience you expect at that price.

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.

Coolermaster CK552 Review

There was a time that having a mechanical keyboard was reserved for the ‘nerd’s and typists and the only choices of colour...

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...

Far Cry New Dawn review – The Apocalypse Has Never Looked...

With Far Cry New Dawn, Ubisoft delivers a new twist to the milked-out concept of the post-apocalyptic adventure. Instead of the clichéd...

Crackdown 3 review – A Potemkin Game in a Potemkin City

Delayed, downgraded and downright forgettable. Crackdown 3 would have been a tired game in 2015; it's a relic in 2019. The PvP game is laughably thin at present but it does show 'what might have been' with the title's long-touted destructible environments.