I was initially surprised when I saw Stick it to the Man was coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop. The art style made it stand out drastically from the other games on the marketplace. Not only did it stand out oddly, it truly is an ugly game. Not ugly as…
Tokyo Tattoo Girls is a bit of a bizarre game, mostly because “game” is used somewhat loosely in this context. TTG follows the story of a Tokyo after disaster strikes, leaving a handful of females across the city with strange powers. After being quarantined to the city, the women split…
The Google Pixel 2 XL is a phone to be impressed with from Google a company who has only recently delved into making smartphones. Having spent a lot more time on the software through the Android system, Google has made a pretty refined phone for just their second iteration of…
After many many years of making custom PCs and laptops, Alienware has decided to descend into the high-end gaming peripherals market with their AW958 Elite Gaming Mouse and the recently reviewed Alienware AW768 Elite Gaming Keyboard. The Alienware mouse is pretty standard in terms of design and has a few…
Alienware has released a lot of new gear recently, with their Alienware Aurora R6 gaming desktop PC and their Alienware 17 R4 gaming laptop. New to the mix though is a range of gaming peripherals that are looking to compete against companies like Razer, SteelSeries and ROCCAT. As they usually…
It is no secret that the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise has had its fair share of successes, as well as some particular titles which have gone down in history as a stain on the series reputation. Earlier this year, we reviewed Sonic Mania which undeniably proved that there is still…
When the original Demon Gaze was released for the PS Vita back in 2013; it was praised for being a quirky dungeon crawling experience. Four years later, a sequel has now arrived for PS Vita, and has also received a high definition release on PlayStation 4. Demon Gaze II follows…
SecretLab’s gaming chair is slightly different than your usual gaming or office chair, they’re selling point is aimed at the larger gamer. Now, I’ve spoken about the importance of gaming chairs in my other chair reviews, something I feel is left as a last thought but is definitely coming more…
What is the ViewSonic XG2703-GS QHD G-Sync Monitor? ViewSonic’s latest monitor the XG2703-GS QHD is G-Sync enabled which allows you to get lag-free gaming from your Nvidia compatible PC but it does come at a price, exactly that, a higher price. In this review, we will look to see if that…
First introduced in 1996, the Touhou Project is a series of Japanese video games that focus on the bullet hell subgenre. The franchise centers around a young shrine maiden named Reimu Hakurei, who defends the realm of Gensokyo from the yokai that threaten the human population. Originally released for Japanese PC owners back in 2010, Touhou Koubutou was a 3D fighting game which…
Call of Duty has returned back to World War II and has taken it back to what COD used to be. Think of WWII as Call of Duty Classic edition, while it does not reinvent the series there is a decent campaign and at the same time multiplayer has taken…
If you played any of the older South Park games around the Nintendo 64 era, you'd still have a bad taste left in your mouth from the thought of South Park video games. No South Park game made any waves, until The Stick of Truth. Not only was the Stick…
I have always loved wrestling. Always, I love the art of it all. The story telling, the incredible levels of athletic prowess and most of all, the production values (and how different companies will display and showcase their product). So, I learned at a pretty young age to “say my…
Assassin’s Creed Origins is a game which is surprisingly hard to work out why Ubisoft or any other game company has not yet decided to do an open world game set in Ancient Egypt. Reviewing this title, it became apparent how much lore, history and story can be driven into…
The Evil Within 2 starts with Sebastian Castellanos a drunken man, spending most of his time in bars after he blames himself for the death of his Daughter, Lily. His wife leaves him shortly afterwards and is kicked from the police force as his life spirals downwards. That all changes…
For many years visual novels have remained exclusive to PC, as it was not believed that they had enough commercial appeal to warrant a release on other platforms. This barrier has been lifted in recent years thanks to the arrival of digital storefronts, which has allowed developers such as 5pb.…
After a tragic accident leaves her unable to dance, a young ballet dancer and high school student named Hinako Shirai feels that her life has come to an end. After starting a new year at school, she makes friends with twin girls Yuzu and Lime, who give her the ability…
If you have ever been to a party in your lifetime, chances are you will have come across the activity known as the conga line. If you do need an explanation, a conga line is when a group of people dance in a line around a room to a piece…
The Razer Lancehead is a new high-end, ambidextrous gaming mouse from Razer that comes in two different options. The first which we reviewed is the wireless version has the ability to switch between both wired and wireless. The Tournament Edition only comes as a wired option but has a cheaper…
Like the other entries in the series, Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is full of laughs, charm, and literal boatloads of fan service. While the heart of Senran Kagura can be seen in this title, the gameplay ultimately feels dry and shallow. There's a lot to love from this series, but this…
Over the last few years, NIS America has helped many Japanese developers bring their games across to European shores, such as the Disgaea franchise and some of the titles in the Persona series. Culdcept Revolt, the latest release from the long running Culcept series from its original developers Omiya Soft,…