ASUS TUF Gaming Z790 WIFI D4 motherboard review

It’s the heart of any PC build and your entire PC experience depends on it, that’s why picking the right motherboard is so important. Is the ASUS TUF Gaming Z790 WIFI D4 the motherboard you are looking for? Let’s take a look. Continue reading ASUS TUF Gaming Z790 WIFI D4 motherboard review

One Piece Odyssey PC review

Celebrated Japanese manga and anime series, One Piece, gets the open-world RPG treatment with Bandai Namco’s One-Piece Odyssey.

The adventures of Captain Monkey D. Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates have been around for over 25 years now. Originating in the pages of the Japanese magazine, Weekly Sh?nen Jump, the manga series has been collected into over a hundred volumes. In 1999 One Piece made the jump to anime with a Toei Animation TV show that is still going today. Continue reading One Piece Odyssey PC review

Corsair Katar Elite wireless mouse review

Corsair sent over one of its Katar Elite wireless mice to test out. They also sent out a massive Corsair MM700 gaming mat to try the mouse with. Continue reading Corsair Katar Elite wireless mouse review

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales PC review

Sony blesses PC owners with another of its former PlayStation exclusives, the follow-up to Insomniac’s acclaimed web-slinging Spider-Man game, Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales.

Back in 2018 the PlayStation 4 game, Marvel’s Spider-Man finally allowed me to live a childhood dream of swinging around New York City as The Amazing Spider-Man. Other games had come close like Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Ultimate Spider-Man (2005), but most since those two titles just never managed to capture the thrill of swinging on a web across the Manhattan skyline. Continue reading Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales PC review

Homeseek PC preview

Homeseek is a real-time strategy game from developer Traptics that has more than a tinge of Fallout about it. We were given preview access to the upcoming game scheduled to release sometime later this year. Continue reading Homeseek PC preview

Need for Speed Unbound PlayStation 5 review

For Need for Speed Unbound EA Games and UK studio Criterion have mixed cel-shaded animation and a photoreal environment to give the latest instalment of the franchise a unique look.

Back in the day, Criterion single-handedly revitalised arcade console racing with their Burnout games. Dramatic takedowns and bone-crushing slow-motion crashes made playing the games exhilarating. Continue reading Need for Speed Unbound PlayStation 5 review

Philips 65” 9500 series TV review

Philips sent over their huge 65” 65PML9506/79 9500 series mini-LED Android TV for me to take a look at. I was particularly keen to check out the Ambilight 4 lighting which backlights your wall with colour, extending the onscreen picture into your room. Continue reading Philips 65” 9500 series TV review

The Callisto Protocol Xbox Series X|S review

Striking Distance Studios, led by Dead Space veteran Glen Schofield, and PUBG’s Krafton invite players to the fourth Galilean moon of Jupiter to experience the survival horror game, The Callisto Protocol.

The premise is simple enough. Whilst ferrying an unknown cargo between the Jovian moons of Europa and Callisto the space freighter UJC Charon is attacked by terrorists. After crashing on Callisto’s surface, the surviving pilot, Jacob Lee, is apparently mistaken for one of the terrorists and finds himself locked up in the moon’s Black Iron Prison. Then everything goes to shit. Continue reading The Callisto Protocol Xbox Series X|S review

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