Skullcandy Push Ultra wireless earbuds review

Skullcandy’s Push Ultra wireless earbuds are a Bluetooth audio solution designed for the more active user. Sweat proof, waterproof and more importantly secured with moldable ear hooks, these earbuds should be able to take some punishment. Continue reading Skullcandy Push Ultra wireless earbuds review

FIFA 21 Xbox One/PC Review

EA’s tentpole sports franchise gets it’s 2021 edition. It’s time to take to the pitch for FIFA 21.

Say what you will about FIFA, you can’t fault EA Sports for providing an all-encompassing simulation of the world’s favourite game. FIFA 21 is packed with over thirty leagues and all the top football tournaments, including the UEFA Champions League.

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Ride 4 PC review

Milestone, free of the licencing restraints of their excellent MotoGP franchise give us more bikes to play with in Ride 4.

Motorcycle racing games are not for the faint-hearted. At best they are a punishing war of attrition with a fiendish learning curve that opens up into a rewarding experience, at worst they are a cartoonishly easy or frustratingly annoy mess.

Ride 4 navigates this narrow road dangerously close to losing balance. This is not a game where you can expect to pick up and play. Continue reading Ride 4 PC review

Star Wars Squadrons PS4/PSVR/PC/VR review

Is the force with EA Games’ Star Wars Squadrons? We find out.

A long time ago, in a country far, far away (well, 1978, in the UK), your author, only seven years old, first pondered on what it would be like to sit in the cockpit of an X-Wing Fighter. Continue reading Star Wars Squadrons PS4/PSVR/PC/VR review

Art of Rally PC review

At a time when racing games are getting closer and closer to photoreal, it is getting harder and harder to tell them apart. Art of Rally bucks this trend with glorious stylised graphics and some great rally driving.

At first glance, Art of Rally very much reminds me of early 90s arcade racers, as pixels started to give way to real 3D graphics. But instead of being a technical limitation, the simplistic visuals of Art of Rally are a design choice and one that really makes the game special. Continue reading Art of Rally PC review

eFootball PES 2021 Season Update PS4/PC review

Football, as they say, is a funny old game. Konami’s naming convention for its eFootball PES 2021 Season Update is, to be frank, rather bizarre.

Whilst I’ve been away playing EA Sports’ FIFA with all it’s polish, licences players, teams, competitions and razzamatazz, Pro Evolution Soccer has evolved. Konami, it seems, unlike EA Games, have moved beyond the pretence that we are getting a new football game this year. Instead, what we have here is PES 2020, but updated with this year’s stats and Euro 2020. Continue reading eFootball PES 2021 Season Update PS4/PC review

Skullcandy Sesh Evo wireless earbuds review

Skullcandy wants you to enjoy rich Bluetooth audio via their discreet Sesh Evo wireless earbuds. They can also tell you were they are if you lose them. Continue reading Skullcandy Sesh Evo wireless earbuds review

Those Who Remain PC review

Those Who Remain is a first-person horror game with a premise that’ll be very familiar to fans of the Alan Wake games.

Players take on the role of Edward, a man with his own demons. The game starts as Edward searches the Golden Oak Hotel in an attempt to end an illicit affair and get his life together. But his mistress is nowhere to be found. Continue reading Those Who Remain PC review

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