Only a few years ago, military shooters were the “in” thing. Tough men with big guns went to defend freedom, liberty, and the right to bear very large arms. Now open world games are the genre de jour. It was only a matter of time before someone took a stab…
Every now and then we have moments in a game series that take our breath away, 20 years ago, it was taking that first step onto Hyrule Field in Ocarina of Time and seeing a vast world open up before us, seeing Death Mountain in the distance and knowing that…
As the title of this review suggests, the Razer Turret is designed for the current era of being able to play video games from the comfort of your sofa. With micro PCs, Steam boxes, the Steam Link, Nvidia Shield and a whole host of other ways it has never been…
When you think of Dell gaming laptops, your mind probably automatically turns to Alienware, their flagship PC which is known for its performance and sleek design. However, now there is a new kid on the block and Dell's latest Inspiron looks to take gaming on the go, and not break to…
The celebrated author Stephen King once wrote that “Murder is like potato chips: you can't stop with just one.” This is certainly true in the case of the Danganronpa series, where the aim of the game is to find the guilty individuals who try to commit the perfect kill. The…
Horizon Zero Dawnis a game I have been wanting to review for a while, since seeing the demo at E3 I could not wait to jump into a brand new open world. Being set around 1,000 years from today, humanity has regressed from a ultra-surreal futuristic life to a primitive…
Way back in 1999, Planescape: Torment released in the hey-day of the CRPG era. 18 years later Torment is remembered as a cult classic; an example of “games as art (TM)”. Famous for waxing philosophical and a generally bleak tone, Planescape: Torment still tops GOG's best seller list. Cashing in on that…
Quests of Valeria is the third game in the series, where you are tasked to recruit adventurers to complete various quests in the Kingdom. This game really reminds me of a PC game called Majesty 1 & 2, where instead of playing the adventurer you play as the recruiter in…
The Expression Photo XP-960 is a smaller all-in-one A3 printer that is the top end range for Epson's generation of photo multi-functional printers. For what it offers, consumers might find it more on the expensive side and it can be slow to get going, but is worth a look for…
Started from a Kickstarter in 2012, if you love multiplayer zombie games with RPG elements that can be extremely tough, then Zombicide might just be the game for you. It can be a little daunting to get into for new players to the board game genre but your patience to…
You may wonder why a mousemat ever needed to be reviewed such as the SteelSeries QcK and QcK+ Limited Edition. The thing is, mouse mats have come a long way since the days of those spongy blue ones we all had in IT class. They look better, are made of…
It has been fifteen years since the last numbered entry in the Moto Racer series was released for the PlayStation 2. The franchise received a portable entry in 2008 for the Nintendo DS, and now the long awaited fourth instalment has arrived for the current generation platforms. Although the PlayStation…
When I first heard of For Honor my mind immediately went to Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, both titles have a similar premise. Without much insight into For Honor, I assumed the combat would be the same minus the wider choice of playable characters breaking out into factions; Samurai, Vikings and Knights.…
In a world where gaming monitors are getting more common and 4K gaming becoming a thing but still unattainable to the majority, ViewSonic's mid-range XG2401 144Hz monitor is a nice way to delve into the realms of adaptive-refresh without forking out loads of money. The XG2401 combined with FreeSync through a…
After it was first launched in 2002, the Kingdom Hearts franchise has seen ten unique instalments across multiple consoles, such as the PlayStation 2, the Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable. Six of these earlier games were included in two high definition remaster collections for the PlayStation 3, both of which…
Home cinema projectors are becoming a much more popular choice as the main living room device to watch movies, play video games and catch up on Netflix. The BenQ W1090 home cinema projector is being aimed at people who want but for around £630 it falls short compared to its competitors.…
ADATA are no stranger to ram that looks a little more "gaming-esque" than other manufacturers such as their new XPG Dazzle, the XPG Z1 is no different. They design has a faux carbon fiber logo with angled red anodized heat sinks. ADATA's XPG Z1 8GB sticks are pretty decent DDR4-3000 but 8GB…
Going into Resident Evil VII was like meeting up with an ex-partner after a few years. Sure, we've squabbled in the past and I've found certain aspects of their personal growth to be questionable, but I've always loved Resident Evil. As much as it pains me to admit such a thing…
The Siberia 800 was one of the first wireless headsets from SteelSeries and the predecessor to the recently reviewed Siberia 840. Like the 840 in every way but without the Bluetooth connectivity we decided to look back now it has dropped in price to see if it is worth considering…
It’s no secret that Razer have been making products for gamers for a long time now, keyboards and mice are obviously essential to any PC gamer’s setup, but the headset is often overlooked as an important part of any gamer’s arsenal. So, let’s take a look at Razer’s Kraken Pro…
The Yu-Gi-Oh series has been around for so long now it’s hard to find anyone who hasn’t at least heard the name. One of the first card games to give the dominating Magic the Gathering a hard time, Yu-Gi-Oh became a massive game around the late nineties. This was largely…