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    ViewSonic XG3240C 32″ Curved Gaming Monitor Review

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    The Viewsonic XG3240C isn't the first monitor we have looked at from this manufacturer, we have previously reviewed Viewsonics XG2703-GS G-Sync monitor....

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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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]

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    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

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

    Battlefield V review

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    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

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    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.

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