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EPOS | SENNHEISER GSP 601 Review – Audio That Kicks Reviews 0

Reviews 0 EPOS has released yet another new gaming headset, though this one is a little bit more premium than others. We take a look at EPOS | SENNHEISER GSP 601., the newest color variant in their GSP 600 line and check whether there are improvements to this and whether it’s worth the $200 price tag. Head […]

Spellbreak Review: Magic Spices Things Up Reviews 0

Reviews 0 It might feel like the battle royale genre is overflowing with games vying for your attention, and you would be correct on that. Fortnite, Apex Legends, Warzone, and even Ubisoft’s recently released Hyper Scape have thrown their name into the free-to-play battle royale space. Proletariat is a small indie studio that is attempting to throw […]

EPOS GSX 300 Review – Making Sound More Magical Reviews 0

Reviews 0 The first new major EPOS audio product is finally here and we’ve been given the opportunity to go hands-on with it. With the promise of delivering absolute excellence when it comes to gaming audio, we put the GSX to the test to find out if it does just that. Will the GSX 300 offer the […]

NBA 2K21 Review – Personal Foul Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Even amidst a global pandemic, three constants remain in our society: death, taxes, and annualized sports games. Although 2K Games releases their basketball game yearly, 2K21 released with an interesting obstacle that it’s predecessors did not have to deal with. Recently, 2K Games was the first to announce their game will cost $69.99 on next-gen […]

Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 Review: No Nostalgia Required Reviews 0

Reviews 0 I have a lot of fond memories playing the original Tony Hawk Pro Skater games on my PlayStation with friends. We would pass the controller around seeing who could get the best combo or high score. It was one of my favorite series all the way through Project 8 which was the last game in […]

Iron Harvest Review – Full Steam Ahead Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Multiplayer fans don’t usually think of RTS (real-time strategy) titles when it comes to games but should they? Developed by King Art, is Iron Harvest the RTS game that mech fans have been waiting for all these years? Find out in our Iron Harvest review! Blood and Iron Iron Harvest 1920+ is a dieselpunk alternate […]

PGA Tour 2K21 Review – Swinging for the Fences Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Good ideas tend to speak for themselves. The fact that this game exists is a proof of that. When The Golf Club was released by HB Studios in 2014 it was the underdog. EA still had the license for the PGA and was still making big-named-player focused golf games. The Golf Club presented something new. […]

Madden 21 Review – No End Zone In Sight Reviews 0

Reviews 0 With August coming to a close, football fans rejoice! The 2020/2021 NFL season will be kicking off soon (although with no fans in the stadiums, thanks corona) and with that comes another yearly installment of Madden. From what I know about game development, I feel for studios that have to make sports games, I know […]

Project Cars 3 Review – Finishing Fast Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Slightly Mad Studio is once again back behind the wheels, this time with the third installment of the beloved racing sim franchise, Project Cars 3. With their eyes set to offer a more accessible racer, we take their latest for the ultimate road test to see if it can handle being on the same tarmac […]

Samurai Jack Battle Through Time Review – I’ll Never Let Go, Jack Reviews 0

Reviews 0 It’s been many years since the foolish samurai warrior wielding a magic sword stepped forth to appear in a video game all his own. With the renewed interest the series has garnered after it was resurrected by Adult Swim to finish the epic tale of Samurai Jack’s quest to vanquish Aku, the Evil shape-shifting Master […]

Fall Guys Review – Takeshi’s Castle Wonderland Reviews 0

Reviews 0 It’s safe to say Mediatonic has struck Gold with Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout! While the game is only available on PC and PS4, it seems to be a mega-success already. Is this a matter of a game garnering enough hype that players are roped in due to public perception or is it a worthy addition […]

Hellpoint Review – Cosmic Space Madness Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Who doesn’t like the idea of a Dark Souls game set in space? Well, that’s exactly what Hellpoint is, though the question is whether or not this is a good Souls clone or just another shameless cash grab at the genre. Read on to see what we think in our full Hellpoint review. A Gorgeous […]

Crysis Remastered Review – Nano Portable Gaming (Switch) Reviews 0

Reviews 0 If you would have told me back in 2007 that a game like Crysis would be running on a portable system by Nintendo, I’d have laughed and called you crazy. At the time, Crysis for the PC had set a bar for PC gamers, and for the matter, the industry on just how far visuals […]

Ghost of Tsushima Review – Samurai Spirits Reviews 2

Reviews 2 It’s been about six years since Sucker Punch Productions released inFamous First Light, which was a standalone title that complemented inFamous Second Son. Now that we’re at the cusp of the nex-generation of gaming with the PS5 (and Xbox Series X), the studio has finally released its long-gestating project, Ghost of Tsushima. Does Sucker Punch […]

EPOS GSP 300 Review – No Corners Cut Reviews 0

Reviews 0 For those looking to get a gaming headset without breaking the bank, we’re here to give gamers an insight with the more affordable EPOS budget headset called the EPOS GSP 300. While we had a very positive opinion on their long-lasting wireless GPS 370 model, we decided it was a good opportunity to look at […]

Disintegration Review: New Breed Shooting Reviews 1

Reviews 1 When I first started up Disintegration, I didn’t know what to expect. I had played some of the beta and enjoyed it, but it was a different idea to make a first-person shooter (FPS) and real-time strategy (RTS)  hybrid. Developer V1 Interactive is a small team, but I appreciate that the game is listed for […]

Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath Review – Endgame Battles Reviews 0

Reviews 0 I had high praise for Mortal Kombat 11 when it originally released a year ago. Compared to many other fighters, MK11 packed a massive punch with its starstudded roster of fan favorites, and the campaign itself is easily one of the best the series has to offer. It was truly a great game that also […]

Keymander 2 Review – Keyboard Heaven Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Want to use a keyboard adapater on your console? We put IOGEAR’s Keymander 2 through the test in our Keymander 2 review. The Set-up There isn’t a whole lot to set up the Kaymander 2. Out of the box, I found myself with the hub and a few wires to connect my PlayStation 4 and […]

Saints Row 3 Remastered Review – A Fresh Coat of Paint Reviews 0

Reviews 0 There are two kinds of people: those that prefer Saints Row 2 and those that prefer Saints Row The Third (also known as Saints Row 3). Let me get this out of the way in case you’re wondering. I am decidedly and emphatically in the former. That’s not to say that I didn’t enjoy Saints […]

Streets of Rage 4 Review – Beat ‘Em Up Evolution Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Way back before fighting games took the gaming world by storm, the most popular genre in arcades in the ’90s then were side scrolling fighters or what we called “beat-’em-ups.” Titles like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, The Simpsons Arcade Game and so on, ruled the roost in taking away our quarters. This […]

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