The Seagate Game Drive “The Last Of Us II” Limited Edition is a must buy for all fans

If you’re at all into gaming then you can’t fail to have noticed the buzz around The Last of Us Part II – perhaps the defining video game of this current generation of consoles. If you owned the game’s themed limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro console, then you’ll also ...

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Review: The emotional odyssey of Sea of Solitude

I’d never thought I’d be impressed by a game that hits way below the belt. Well, not literally, but where Sea of Solitude really gets you is in the feels. And believe me, it hits you hard. Developed by Berlin-based studio Jo-Mei and published by Electronic Arts, Sea of Solitude explores the complexities ...

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Review: Puyo Puyo Champions puts all its eggs in one basket

When I was a kid, I could see myself doing a variety of things when I grew up. Exploring space, making music, writing novels… you get the drift. However, having to play what is essentially competitive Japanese Tetris was NOT one of them. Puyo Puyo Champions (or Puyo Puyo eSports if you ...

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Review: Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled doesn’t need nostalgia to be great

I’m in awe at Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled. Everything about the old game has aged like a fine wine, from the core power sliding mechanics to its items, tracks and world design. Add to that a graphical face lift and you’ve got yourself a winner. In a sea ...

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review

Review – Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, a night to remember

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a game you will love if you are a fan of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (SoTN), with elements of Castlevania: Aria of Sorrows thrown into the mix. Now that was the shortest and easiest review ever. I jest. There is a lot more ...

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Review: Team Sonic Racing is fast, jolly fun but doesn’t bring much new to the table

Team Sonic Racing has a lot to prove. From reveal to release, general reception of the game has been… lukewarm at best. When one thinks of the most exciting kart racing game due this summer, they’d probably think of Crash Team Racing before Sonic due to sheer nostalgia alone. ...

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Review: Everybody’s Golf VR is par for the course

For the record: I’m atrocious at golf and sports sims in general, but that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy them. Everybody’s Golf VR is developer Clap Hanz’s first foray into the virtual reality scene, and a decent one at that. As a VR-ready version of the long-running franchise, there are ...

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Hands-on with the massive ROG Strix XG49VQ, a 49-inch 144Hz gaming monitor

ASUS ROG are known to be indulgent at times, and nothing says ‘glorious’ quite like a monster 49-inch monitor. The ROG Strix XG49VQ, announced earlier this year, landed on our office desks with just as much statement as a UFO landing: with plenty of incredulity and awe. It packs ...

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Review: Devil May Cry 5 hits plenty of right notes

Devil May Cry has been one of Capcom’s most acclaimed franchises since the first game released in 2001, and it doesn’t look like this train is stopping anytime soon. Its latest release, Devil May Cry 5, has released to great success, with the concurrent player count trailing just behind Sekiro: Shadows Die ...

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Review: Mortal Kombat 11 is an amazing fighter buried under a tedious grind

I never really got into the Mortal Kombat franchise. It’s not the violence, as I happily tore apart centaurs in God of War. It’s not that I dislike the series, either. I have a friend who’s really into the games, and I always can’t wait for him to play ...

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