The Razer Orb Weaver is not your usual gaming peripheral, catering to a specific set of gamers looking for a gaming-specific keyboard with the extra fat trimmed away. These half-keyboards / gaming keypads are designed to fit into your hand with programmable controls that can be customised to your liking…
The world of Fallout has been growing larger and larger with every iteration. Whether you’re climbing out of Vault 13 in search for a water chip or emerging from Vault 101 in search of your father, the experiences are immense with the landscapes, characters and action that inhibits the wasteland.…
I’ve not played the original Knights of Pen and Paper, so I was unaware of what awaited me as I made my journey into this pixel-art oddity. Knights 2 is a traditional turn-based RPG game that lampoons the even more traditional Dungeons and Dragons. You control a party of high-school…
XCOM’s revival in 2012 served as a welcome return, as well as a great introduction to the genre of tactical RPGs. With XCOM 2 on the way in 2016, I’m sure many are chomping at the keyboard for their next dosage of turn-based squad combat. While it may be a…
For anyone who has been watching Cartoon Network in the past six years, you will inevitably have heard of the Adventure Time series starring Jake the dog and his adoptive brother Finn the human. After starring in several games across various genres, developers Vicious Cycle Software have made Finn &…
The Razer Mamba 2015 edition is an updated version of the original with new RGB lighting, adjustable actuation force of the main buttons, a new sensor and up to 16,000 dpi. My previous gaming mouse was the Logitech G602 which is wired, so naturally moving over to a wireless alternative…
It seems an interesting choice that Nintendo would choose the little known Chibi Robo to spearhead a new title on the 3DS when there's a plethora of more well established waiting at the side-lines. Even stranger that Nintendo would take this new title in a completely different direction to its…
With more than twelve adventure game seasons under their belt, it is fair to say that Telltale Games have found their niche For one of their projects this year, they teamed up with 2K Games to offer a series based on the first-person comedy shooter franchise Borderlands. Some of you…
Taking a break from the usual single player experience of your standard Zelda game, Tri Force Heroes instead follows the path of Four Swords Adventures on GBA and Gamecube, offering a more social quest to complete with up to 3 people. So, if you walk into Triforce Heroes expecting the…
Before sitting down to play this game, I could feel the phantom ache in my thumbs from many past forays with Arc System Work's phenomenal fighting games. Their stellar Guilty Gear franchise made a bold comeback with XRD -SIGN- recently that impressed critics and fans alike. So many were left wondering…
Endings are tricky business in games, especially when you’ve given the player the power of choice throughout the course of the story. Mass Effect 3 showed us what happens when you balls it up big time, garnering a significant backlash from the fans who felt cheated that all of their…
In Persona 4 Dancing All Night, the protagonists of Persona 4 are set to take to the dance floor in a rhythm action game, far away from the role playing game that was originally released back in 2009. Whether you are a skilled button matcher, or you simply want to…
Going into Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water it's hard to not have high expectations. While often overlooked, the series comes with a strong pedigree amongst horror games, often being touted as the scariest series around. Blending the visual style of Japanese cinema with gameplay borrowed from Resident Evil (Swapping out the…
The 20th anniversary of the Tales series is here in the form of Tales of Zestiria, a simultaneous greatest hits collection of all the successful Tales tropes while also being the series’ first leap into the current generation and on PC. With enough throwbacks and gameplay revisions to keep the…
The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have seen some amazing games in their two years on the market, but their presence means that some of the later games on the previous consoles get lost in the new generation spotlight. In order to prepare us for the final game in the…
There aren’t enough fungal protagonists in games. Besides Toad, who’s only had one solo adventure to his name, fungi don’t get much love as potential main characters in games. Untame’s Mushroom 11 hopes to redress the balance, casting you as a replicating green fungal growth, who must go on a…
The Disgaea series has never focused on changing its formula but rather improving upon what it has been doing for years, adding a few new parts to the mix to keep things fresh. Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance does not take any risks but it does offer some fresh new…
The HTC One M9 is a nice looking phone. Smooth curves and precision on its full metal casing push the quality and premium feel that HTC are trying to establish. It is this quality that HTC hopes will persuade customers to step away from Samsung and Apple. Ultimately though, does the HTC…
The boss rush genre has become a starting point for many indies now, allowing studios to focus on tightly designed moments of awe, rather than creating a long adventure which can sag and dip throughout. Does Thunder Lotus’ Nordic quest to appease the Gods result in a tale that bards…
SOMA is the new title for PlayStation 4 and PC brought to you by Frictional Games who previously brought us Amnesia: The Dark Descent, a game that I cannot play to this day because I am far too terrified to go up against the Lovecraftian monstrosity that stalks you throughout.…
The SteelSeries Rival 300 optical gaming mouse is the latest in the Rival range, which is being marketed more on its precision and its recognisable design seen in the other Rival mice but with improvements. The Rival 300 uses an optical sensor over a laser one and is long suggested…