PC component manufacturer, Colorful Technology, has launched its GeForce RTX 3090 Ti series of graphics cards.
It’s been a tough few years for PC enthusiasts wanting to get their hands on a top-of-the-range GPU for their machines. Supply problems along with inflated prices have made upgrading very difficult.
Colorful Technology Company Limited has been manufacturing graphics cards, motherboards, all-in-one gaming and multimedia solutions, and high-performance storage for 24 years. The company’s new line of graphics cards utilises Nvidia’s recently announced GeForce RTX 3090 Ti GPU. Initially Colorful is releasing three models based on Nvidia’s new GPU, under the Vulcan, Neptune, and NB EX Series. Continue reading COLORFUL Launches GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series Graphics Cards
The ever-expanding Serious Sam first-person shooter franchise gets another entry with Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem. Continue reading Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem PC review
For the umpteenth time since the game’s original launch back in September 2013, I find myself playing another polished-up version of Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V.
Not that I’m complaining, as GTA V remains one of my favourite games, even if I have played it on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and now Xbox Series X. Yes, the crime blockbuster and its ever-involving online companion game have been polished up for another generation of consoles. Continue reading Grand Theft Auto V Xbox Series X review
PNY continues to liven up its product range with the Elite-X microSD card. We were sent the 128GB version to check out.
As well as the microSDXC card, the PNY Elite-X kit includes an SD card adapter for use in older devices. I doubt it will be of use to most people these days (and akin to putting a Ferrari engine in a Ford Fiesta), but the option is there. Continue reading 128GB PNY Elite-X microSDXC Flash Card review
British game studio Supermassive Games has quickly gained quite a reputation for its dramatic horror games. Their next title, The Quarry, coming from 2K Games, draws upon the same teen horror genre as their 2015 PlayStation 4 exclusive, Until Dawn. Continue reading The Quarry re-imagines the teen slasher movie genre as a video game
From Software’s latest game to feature their infamous “Soulsborne” gameplay, The Elden Ring, is now thrilling and tormenting players in equal measure.
The Elden Ring places players in the shoes of the exiled Tarnished on a mission to restore the Elden Ring, of which pieces are scattered across the Lands Between, the game world. It’s a fantasy role-playing game of the same ilk as developer From Software’s usual offerings. Continue reading The Elden Ring Xbox Series X review
2D skateboarding game franchise OlliOlli gets a huge facelift with the new series entry OlliOlli World.
The first thing that hits you when you load OlliOlli World is the amazing art style. The surreal look of the game bears a striking similarity to the frivolous animation in the TV show Adventure Time. This casual look updates what is essentially quite a retro game. Continue reading OlliOlli World PC review
The latest iteration in Polyphony Digital’s seminal road racing simulator is upon us. Anticipation for Gran Turismo 7 has been huge. Has the weight been worth it? We find out. Continue reading Gran Turismo 7 PlayStation 5 review