4.8

Coal Catalyst portable charger review

Whether you’re spending your day watching lots of videos on a remote island or on your commute to work, chances are your phone (along with your other electronic devices) will quickly run out of battery. You can...
90%

HyperX Cloud Stinger review

If you are looking for a headset that won’t break the bank but still offers you solid performance for any of your gaming or music listening needs, the HyperX Cloud Stinger has you covered. An entry-level model ...
4.0

Antihero Review: Cunning Thievery

Antihero is a battle of strategic territory control, resource management, and brutish tactics that successfully distills complex 4x game mechanics into a fast paced digital board game.
4.5

RiME Review: From Small Beginnings

The first time you play Rime you might spend a lot of time pointing out the heavy handed influences from other games. You might think the main character looks and moves like the boy in ICO, or that some of the ...
3.6

Death Squared Review: Murder by Numbers

Death Squared is a charming co-op puzzle game that infuses precise teamwork to frustrating trial and error level design. It draws several parallels between the Portal series in both tone and structure but doesn...
4.8

Gears of War 4 Review: Family Ties

Gears of War 4 won’t surprise anyone. It relies heavily on the established formula that the original trilogy perfected in the last console generation. No,  Microsoft and The Coalition haven’t reinvented the whe...
4.8

Forza Horizon 3 review: On the Road Again

Much like it’s predecessors, Forza Horizon 3 is not a racing game. Sure, there are cars and you’ll benefit from placing first in the occasional competition but Playground Games latest is firmly in the simulatio...
4.5

Dark Souls III Review: Scars

Whenever I think of Dark Souls, I think of the scene in Jaws where the crew are sitting around the table comparing scars. They’re talking about the scars that serve as souvenirs from each of their greatest batt...
4.7

Fallout 4 review

As soon as I left the claustrophobic walls of Vault 111, all I could think about was making my way down towards Boston and discovering all the sights and locations Bethesda had imaginatively recreated in their ...