Fallout Crate Subscription Box #2 (February 2018) Review
FalloutCrate is to Fallout fans what HaloCrate is to Halo fans, i.e if you like a particular game and there is a box that can be delivered to your doorstep full of loot then you are probably going to like it. Officially partnering with the Vault-Tec company, Loot Crate are…
Razer Hammerhead USB Type-C In-Ear Headphones Review
Razer is well known for a wide range of gaming headsets, you’ll probably expect the last thing to have as a gaming headset is the Hammerhead Pros. These look like traditional in-ear headphones that you’d get with your mobile phone and these are exactly what they are meant for. Gaming…
Razer Electra V2 Analog Gaming Headset Review
The Razer Electra V2 is a headset aimed at the more budgeted gamer who is looking for something that is decent while also being fairly priced. Quite a multi-functional headset the Electra V2 works with PC, PS4 and mobile devices while being able to replicate 7.1 with virtual surround sound.…
Razer Cynosa Chroma Gaming Keyboard Review
Much like the recently reviewed Razer Electra V2, the company has been looking at expanding its range of budget gaming peripherals in the likely event that it will attract more gamers with a more versatile price range. It’s their newest keyboard and comes in two slightly different versions, the Chroma at…
Metal Gear Survive Review
The Metal Gear Survive experience can be a little strange, as it shares the same skin and name as previous Metal Gear entries, but performs massively different. As the series’ second major departure from the standard Metal Gear formula, MGS pits your custom character against a slew of otherworldly zombies…
Monster Hunter: World
Monster Hunter has been a franchise that is known for being quite difficult to get into and to be honest Monster Hunter World is not really any different but is an improvement over its handheld brothers and sisters. It still has issues with menu dazzling and a lot of systems…
Rabi-Ribi Review
Indie games in the Metroid-vania genre have been increasingly common over the recent years. Most AAA developers have forgotten about the genre’s existence entirely. This lack of big budget support has been the direct cause of some gems that sprout out within the genre, and Rabi-Ribi could be considered part…
Razer Naga Trinity Gaming Mouse Review
The Naga by Razer has been a staple mouse for many MMORPG players throughout its time, being known for probably the most buttons you can fit onto a device. Its issue has only ever been in my opinion that although great for MMO’s not everyone needed 12 buttons for their…
Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Review
The Sword Art Online series originally began back in 2009 as a series of short stories, and was eventually turned into a manga series, which in turn received several anime and video game adaptions. Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet is the fifth game to be released from the MMORPG styled…
Crossing Souls Review
It is often said that if you remember the sixties, you weren’t really there. The same cannot be said of the eighties, which has been highly romanticised in many popular works such as Gone Home and Stranger Things. Crossing Souls is a Zelda styled action RPG was originally funded via…
BenQ GW2780 27″ FHD IPS Monitor Review
What is the BenQ GW2780 27" FHD IPS Monitor? The Benq GW2780 is a 27-inch FHD LED monitor (1920 x 1080 resolution) that has been designed to look minimal and “stylish” according to their website. Not being a monitor aimed directly at gamers, it focuses on the use case for…
Pac Man Championship Edition 2 Plus Review
It is hard to find anyone who was born in the last fifty years who hasn’t played, or heard of Pac Man, the legendary yellow ghost catcher whose debut video game has achieved critical and commercial success worldwide. Originally released back in 2016, Pac Man Championship Edition 2 Plus is…
The Fall Part 2: Unbound Review
The concept of sentient AI has long been one of most popular narrative themes within the science fiction genre. Some of these enlightened individuals choose to live a human existence, such as the android played by Robin Williams in Bicentennial Man, whereas others may be similar to the Cybermen from…
UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH Exe:Late[st] Review
Arc System Works has proven time and time again that they know how to make great fighting games. Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st], despite having an extremely unnecessarily long name, is no exception. I was already a big fan of the previous installation of Under Night, and while Late[st] doesn’t…
The Longest Five Minutes Review
The JRPG genre has been around nearly as long as gaming itself. It seems that every possible mechanic, trope and storyline has been bled dry. However, every once in awhile, a game comes around that tries to do something completely different, with all the good and bad aspects that comes…
SteelSeries Arctis 3 Gaming Headset Review
The Arctis 3, the baby of the Arctis family is a gaming headset with virtual 7.1 surround sound, designed for the gamer with more minimalist tastes. It’s the cheapest in the range if you are on a budget, but there’s also the Artics 5 to consider if you have a…
Tangledeep Review
Indie throwbacks to the NES, SNES or even the N64 era have become extremely common, so much so that it has become extremely difficult to break out within the marketplace and stand out from the other ones. However, I think Tangledeep has the potential to do just that. You take…
Lost Sphear Review
Lost Sphear is a game which is looking to garner players attention by hitting their nostalgic memories of growing up with the old school Japanese RPG games like early Final Fantasy titles, Chrono Trigger and others. The problem is nostalgia will only prop up a game so much before the…
Fallout Crate Subscription Box #1 (December 2017) Review
LootCrate is known to most gamers, the popular postal looting system that allows you to get a box of swag each month that started off as a mix match of different cool goodies across games, television, movies and more. LootCrate progressed further by spanning into more specific genres of crates…
Nitro Concepts S300 Fabric Gaming Chair Review
Any gamer needs a decent throne to descend upon when they are in the middle of action and time and time again we have spoken about the importance of a decent gaming chair. Over the past couple of years, Nitro has built up their range and their most recent it…
Skylar and Plux: Adventure on Clover Island Review
After a dry spell for the standard 3D platforming titles of old, 2017 saw a fairly significant influx of the titles. Even in a year of so many competing titles for the genre, Skylar and Plux still manages to stand out among the rest and offer a unique experience. Many…