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    Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Review

    Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst could easily be my favourite game of the year. The whole idea of the game is what captivates me, it's sleek,...

    The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 review – A Competent...

    The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 makes a dreadful first impression with a convoluted mess of a story, however this eventually gives way to a very competent and enjoyable action RPG.

    Edifier Luna Eclipse e25 HD Review

    The Luna Eclipse e25 HD from Edifier has a very striking and modern look which is probably the first thing you notice. The speakers...

    Forza Horizon 4 review – To Horizons Old and New

    Forza Horizon 4 lacks direction and structure as the game wears on. With nothing standing out as special, players are mostly invited to make their own fun rather than the curated journey that Forza Horizon has traditionally offered in between 6km powerslides. A pretty map with plenty to see can only keep a player for so long before they will be wondering 'what's next?'.

    Review: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

    I've been watching quite a lot of movies lately and the newest edition to my movie list was The Man From U.N.C.L.E. The movie is based on 1964 TV eries...

    Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels DLC review – A Love-Letter to...

    I have a confession to make: I never had many Hot Wheels toys as a child. The ones I had, I drove at moderate speed between my cardboard house and job. If I had any plastic roads, I would have used them for a traffic-alleviating bypass.

    Sea of ​​Thieves Review – It’s a Pirates Life for Me!

    Sea of Thieves is a colourful pirate adventure where you go loot with friends and compete against other players. I played the release version with a few loyal shipmates to find out if the game is only a short-term comedy affair or if we can expect a long-term playable experience.

    Libratone One Click Review

    Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen lately and with the summer just around the corner, many people are keeping their eye...

    Shio review – You Shio-uldn’t Have!

    Shio is a mysterious platformer that sometimes tries to reach beyond it's grasp in terms of narrative. This can be forgiven due to the games persistent walking of the fine line between deep narrative and sharp platforming.

    Review: Savage Lands

    Skyrim meets The Forest in Savage Lands, a winter survival game, with dragons.