Review - Mortal Kombat 11 - 01

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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Review: Days Gone has a story as solid as its gameplay

For gamers who love long, emotional road trips, Days Gone might just be a perfect match. Bend Studios’ latest is an open-world masterpiece for an impressive myriad of reasons, and one of them is that it really makes you think. I don’t mean tactical decision-making like a RTS game, although ...

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Review - AORUS AD27QD - 01

Review: The AORUS AD27QD is serious competition for 1440p gaming monitors

GIGABYTE’s gaming brand AORUS has been pumping out several firsts in their line-up as of late and, this year, it’s a high-end monitor. The AORUS AD27QD is a 27-inch, 1440p 144Hz offering that seems to check all the marks for a gaming display, and as far as firsts go ...

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Review: DreadOut is a horror movie, minus the horror

Maybe videogames just shouldn’t be made into movies. One would think filmmakers would have learned that by now, but here we are at the umpteenth half-baked film adaptation of a videogame. This horror flick has its moments, certainly, but they are few and far between, buried under hammy acting ...

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Review: Hellboy 2019 is a big missed opportunity

Hellboy has a lot to prove. It’s releasing in a time densely packed with big blockbusters such as Shazam!, Avengers: Endgame, John Wick 3 and even Detective Pikachu. One might think this movie is doomed to be buried under such heavy hitters, but I believe Hellboy is an interesting ...

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Crackdown 3

Review: Crackdown 3 has gone out of date

Hush now. Lock your doors and barricade your windows. We’ve managed to acquire some classified information on the happenings in Crackdown 3 from a totally anonymous source. It’s pretty sensitive stuff, so we hope the Agency didn’t send a welcoming party. Developer Sumo Digital’s Crackdown series has had a ...

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Battlefield V: Firestorm

Impressions – The slow burn of Battlefield V: Firestorm

With how explosively popular the battle royale genre has become, it is hardly surprising that Battlefield V would take this opportunity to cash in on this latest craze with their very own mode: Firestorm. Capitalising on the engine of Battlefield V, Firestorm looks gorgeous. Instead of the usual forcefield that slowly ...

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Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - Review 01

Review – Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a bewitching test of skill

Shadows may only die twice, but I’ve given up the ghost more times than I could count in FromSoftware’s latest release. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice presents a new paradigm in the notoriously challenging history of the “Soulsborne” games, and I’m inclined to make that distinction clear – Sekiro stands ...

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