We usually cover a range of gaming based monitors for the casual gamer up to the professional e-sports player looking for the highest performance. Sometimes however a user will also be looking for good colour performance and accuracy and this is usually a monitor required by a designer or the…
The Roccat Kone Pure is an entry-level version of their successful Kone XTE but the Kone Pure is not to be talked about lightly as it still functions as a highly customisable mouse ideal for eSports thanks to its precision and weight. In terms of design, the Roccat Kone Pure…
They might be fairly new in terms of the hardware space but LucidSound has already carved out a decent chunk of the market with their non-gaming gaming headsets that choose to remove all the bells and whistles to concentrate on delivering decent sound. The latest headset from them, however, seems…
Dragon Quest has been and still is a great representation of a classic JRPG, and this formula can still be seen in Dragon Quest XI. As a result, XI becomes a strange mishmash of extremely old cliché plot pieces and some genuinely neat advancements. Starting from the story, it's hard…
My Hero Academia is probably one of my favourite shonen animes of the year and the video game adaption as a fighting game was something highly anticipated from fans of the manga and anime. My Hero One's Justice ends up sticking up a decent fight as a fighting game but…
After nearly a decade since the previous entry in the Blue Bomber’s franchise, Mega Man has finally returned with Mega Man 11. Unlike previous entries in the classic series, 11 makes the jump to a gorgeous 3D side-scroller, feeling like a truly modern entry in the classic Mega Man lineup.…
The Yakuza series has come back to the West and in a big way. Following the releases of Yakuza 0 (read our review of the PC version here) and Yakuza Kiwami comes Yakuza Kiwami 2, a remake of the original Yakuza 2. The biggest alteration made in this newest entry…
In the past few years, a handful of indie developers have opted to develop games for older platforms that have become industry icons such as the Sega Dreamcast, Super NES and the SEGA Mega Drive, also known as the Genesis in North America. Funded via Kickstarter in November 2016 by…
Travelling through giant frog invested dungeons, talking to animals for some advice or ancient chambers filled with the boney dead and constantly reviving your fallen comrades in battle are some of the tastes of exploring the world that Divinity Original Sin II - Definitive Edition has to offer. Normally with…
Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on The Cursed Island is the second version of the game which has been redesigned to make it easier to play with a more concise and clearer rulebook. The co-op board game is set on a cursed island for up to 4 players and each round will…
The rise of digital distribution for video games has allowed for many older genres to receive a renascence, with the 8-bit styled platformer Shovel Knight being a prime example. Wadjet Eye Games has also taken advantage of this adaption in the market, allowing them to create several award-winning point and…
We’ve reviewed a lot of the Alienware machines at this point but the Alienware Area-51 R6 is one of the most powerful machines you can own for gaming but does have a hefty price tag to match. It’s a nice looking machine, following the same design trends as the other…
Yakuza 0 initially marked somewhat of a comeback for the Japanese series. While there was a slight following in the West, many including myself had never been acquainted with the series. Standing as a prequel to all other games in the series, and being the first Yakuza game playable on…
Originally released for the PlayStation Vita in 2014, Mary Skelter Nightmares received moderate critical reception from both critics and gamers. It was developed by long time JRPG makers Compile Heart, who also made the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise and Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God. Like many games of…
For those acquainted with Suda51's previous work, the general tone of The 25th Ward will be very familiar. With a track record including, Killer Is Dead, Let It Die, and the No More Heroes Series, Suda51 excels at games focusing on colorful characters in absolutely bizarre situations. The 25th Ward…
Usually, in reviews, we leave the “verdict” until last. This time, however, the Fallout Board Game is a close adaptation to the video game and universe that fans will love. Fantasy Star Games has done an almost perfect job at translating what you see on the PC screen to the…
Agony is game which takes the fun and fears out of Hell and throws you into the hellish twisted world of its own making. Every part of the game is home to unimaginable horror but in the best possible way. Sadly, this game is also pretty hellish to play. The…
“God” games have always had a certain pull to me, as there’s something fascinating about being able to control the lives of digital beings through the press of a button. Happy Birthdays delves fairly deep into this sort of appeal, yet simultaneously remains shallow in the execution. Happy Birthdays kicks…
Vampyr is centred around the London streets of the early 1900’s where flu has gripped the winding streets and alleyways to create a great crisis in the heart of the capital. Life is Strange developer DontNod clearly take their strengths into the title with impressive narrative and decision lines to…
After being released for PS4, Xbox One and PC just over a year ago, Little Nightmares has now made its way to Nintendo’s hybrid console in the form of Little Nightmares Complete Edition. This new edition of the game brings across the complete Little Nightmares experience, providing both the original…
Summerset is a little more of the same in The Elder Scrolls Online but Zenimax Online Studio has improved and stuck with what has worked to deliver a decent expansion to the wider world of Tamriel and helped it be one of the best MMORPGs on the market. It’s much…