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A Way Out Review (PC)

Split-screen games can now be considered as a relic of the good old days. Long gone are the days when we invited some friends over, sat on a couch, and played like crazy while munching greasy potato chips. The advent of the internet made sure that things won't be like the way they're used to be. But that doesn't...

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Review (PS4)

Reviewer's note: This was reviewed on the PS4 Pro. Experience might differ on other platforms. Ace Combat is back and is flying into the latest generation with Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. It’s been almost a decade since the last proper installment (not counting the F2P Ace Combat Infinity). However, unlike the last installment, this time we’re flying over the...

MSI GE73VR 7RF Raider review: Fast, loud, and hot

Aside from top-end specifications and thinner form-factors, it seems that RGB is becoming the name of the game in the gaming notebook business. MSI has always strived to be at the forefront of the PC gaming market. In this review, we’ll be taking a look the MSI GE73VR 7RF Raider, MSI’s first notebook with per key RGB illumination. MSI GE73VR...

BattleTech Review (PC)

"Watch and command giant mechanical bipeds to slug at each other, fire lasers like a 70`s disco, and explode into a fiery ball of melted heap!" If I were to be asked to describe BattleTech in a single sentence, that is the one I`d give. Having seen the videos and teasers, I was exhilarated to say the least, at the...

Frostpunk Review (PC)

Imagine getting yourself stuck in a large freezer without any means of getting out. It might be somewhat refreshing due to the current temperatures battering the tropics, but given time, it is for certain that you’d change your mind. Seeing yourself dying a slow but agonizing death due to the merciless cold is quite frankly, horrifying to imagine. But...

AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G review: A budget solution to a GPU-strapped world

AMD’s Accelerated Processing Units (APU) has been a great alternative to a CPU + GPU setup when it comes to entry-level gaming. The fusion of a CPU and GPU into a single package was an enticing thought: it would save space as well as pass on the savings onto the gamers who would have otherwise bough a much more...

ASUS ROG Strix XG27VQ review: Competent on all fronts

ASUS has slowly crept up in the monitor market for the past few years. From gaming-oriented monitors to displays for professional use, you can be sure that if you’re on the market for monitors; you’ll probably see ASUS somewhere. In this review, we’ll be taking a look at the XG27VQ (or XG27V in some regions). More geared for AMD-cards, the...

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Gaming Headset for PS4 Review

When it comes to gaming, may it be on a console or on a PC, a decent pair of headset is a must as most games now rely on excellent communication. Or maybe to simply enjoy the sound design of your favorite games. I'm very particular with how my games sound and today, we've gotten our hands on Kingston's...

Soul Calibur VI Review (PS4)

After missing some sword-clashing action for almost 6 years, Soul Calibur makes a graceful return to form with its latest entry Soul Calibur VI, which is also its first outing in the current gen platforms. This latest installment acts as a reboot to the entire series, expanding on the story told in the original game, while retaining features that...

Far Cry 5 Review (PC)

A congregation was praying by the river. They started by singing songs, reading Bible verses, and then proceeded to the main part of their agenda: baptism. The faithful prod the unwilling participants with the barrels of their guns. “Please stop!” cried one candidate. Her pleas were then reciprocated by a rifle butt to the cheek. For the Deputy, it...