The M15 gaming notebook is the new face of Alienware

Alienware has always been a particularly rarefied brand of gaming laptop. Located somewhere in the stratosphere when it comes to pricing, the brand has consistently boasted top-of-the-line specs and a high-end design. That said, the old m15 has been wanting a design refresh for a while now, and it’s finally getting ...

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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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Total War: Three Kingdoms asks a simple question: Why can’t we be friends?

Total Wars: Three Kingdoms is a turn-based strategy game with real-time tactics. The game is set during the Three Kingdoms period (220-280) in a shattered China. Factions have popped up all over the place, and it’s up to you to unite China under your rule – or die trying.  ...

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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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Impressions: Pagan Online is a fun hack-and-slash tarnished by endless hero grinding

Wargaming’s new action-RPG Pagan Online is up on early access and I managed to get some time with it. It gave me heavy Warframe vibes with all the looting and grinding for new heroes, mixed in with some Diablo-like hack-and-slash gameplay. The core gameplay loop worked for me but only up ...

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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 - 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: 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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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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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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