Thursday, August 6, 2020

Review

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening review

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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

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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

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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...

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

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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

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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.

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