Just in time for the new Star Wars Game from EA, Seagate have released their Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One Game Drive.
The cynic in me believes that no storage solution says, “I’m probably paying too much for this” than a Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One Game Drive. And that’s probably true. If you are a Star Wars fan, however, Seagate’s Jedi Fallen Order Game Drive is the extra storage that you’ve been looking for. Continue reading The force is strong with the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One 2TB Game Drive
The Sennheiser GSP 370 promises a superior wireless headset audio experience with 100 hours between charges. The headset works with Windows PC, Mac and PlayStation 4. Continue reading Sennheiser GSP 370 wireless headset review
The Outer Worlds immerses players into a slightly tongue-in-cheek sci-fi role-playing adventure on the far side of the galaxy. Players take on the role of one of thousands of unfortunate colonists aboard the colony ship, Hope.
During the journey from Earth the ship’s engines malfunction. Instead of arriving on a new world in the Halcyon System, to start afresh ten years later, the ship arrives fifty years late. The ship’s owners, Halcyon Holdings, covers the malfunction up and hides the ship and its occupants, still frozen in cryosleep. Thirty-five years later, the player is revived by a scientist and the adventure begins. Continue reading The Outer Worlds PC and Xbox One review
Since its inception, Activision’s Call of Duty franchise has barely put a foot wrong. It’s had its ups and downs, development dramas (they lost of most of the Infinity Ward team), and narrative challenges. Call of Duty has taken us from the Second World War, though to the modern age and beyond into outer space. As the writers upped the ante, the plots got all the more outlandish. Continue reading Call of Duty Modern Warfare PS4/PC review
On 5th November, PC owners will be getting their own enhanced version of Red Dead Redemption 2. The developers, Rockstar, themselves, have deemed the PC release to be the definitive version of their open-world Western epic.
Since its release a year ago, Rockstar’s Wild West simulator has been my go-to game. I’m playing it on the PlayStation 4 Pro, and it looks astounding. That vast expansive environment that is protagonist Arthur Morgan’s realm never gets old. With Red Dead Online, Rockstar have extended the gameplay with a narrative multiplayer mode. The new PC version is set to top all that. Continue reading Red Dead Redemption 2 releases on PC this week
An ancient evil threatens to engulf Sanctuary in darkness, and new heroes have been called upon to face challenges the world has never seen before.
Over the weekend, Activision Blizzard announced the next chapter in their action-role-playing series, Diablo IV, at their BlizzCon 2019 event in L.A. Attendees at the Anaheim event were the first in the world to get their hands on a demo of the upcoming game. Continue reading Diablo IV announced at BlizzCon 2019
Covert operators currently entrenched in Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Ghost Recon Breakpoint, or gamers just wanting to look awesome, can now look the part thanks to Stealth’s range of XP-Camo headsets. The XP-Camo allows gamers, streamers and audio fans to go from seat to street; with a headset equipped to deal with both in-game and real-life scenarios. Continue reading Battlefield-ready Stealth XP-Camo headsets now available in Australia
The beautiful game, the world’s game. Whilst not so much in New Zealand or, here in Australia. EA’s FIFA franchise remains the top sports video game in both countries. And for good reason.
This year, on top of the usual visual tweaks and improvements, EA Sports have added somewhat of a game-changer to their premier sports title. Continue reading FIFA 20 Xbox One/PC review