Category: Reviews


  • Zlate Shield Review

    Every time I get a new phone, I always struggle with whether or not to use a screen protector. I know in advance that the cheap protector I usually...

  • Assassin’s Creed Unity “Dead Kings” DLC Review

    I will start the review by saying that it took me a while to figure out how to start the DLC because it wasn’t directly pointed out on...

  • Creative Muvo Mini Review

    Having a powerful sounding portable wireless speaker can make you the savior of an impromptu party, or the hero of a beach bash thanks to the...

  • Citizens of Earth Review

    Citizens of Earth is the kind of game whose appeal is difficult to describe to those who did not grow up during the Super Nintendo era role-playing...

  • ‘Gotham’ Central: “Rogues’ Gallery” Recap and Review

    (NOTE: Gotham Central is a summary of the Fox drama ‘Gotham’ as well as anecdotes, ties from the comics, general notes, and fan rant....

  • American Sniper Review

    American Sniper has finally hit theaters in force here in the States, and based off of its record setting opening weekend, more than just hardcore...

  • Dead Effect for PC Review

    If Dead Effect sounds like the progeny of a late night tryst between Dead Space and Mass Effect, that’s because it is-or at least it...

  • #IDARB Review

    #IDARB is by far one of the most odd and uncanny games that I’ve played in a while, and I mean that in the absolute best way. If you love...

  • Funk of Titans Review

    Funk of Titans is the first game from developer A Crowd of Monsters, released on the Xbox One, which is fine and all but it really does NOT need...

  • Mozart in the Jungle Review

    Ten years ago, musician-journalist Blair Tindall created a minor stir in the classical music world when she published Mozart in the Jungle,...

  • Warhammer Quest Review

    When I was 13 I, like every other young male geek in the UK, spent a year or so playing Warhammer and its sci-fi equivalent; 40K. While my patience...

  • The Imitation Game Review

    Alan Turing probably isn’t someone you are familiar with unless you’ve studied computer science and cryptography, but there’s...

  • CM4 Q Card Wallet Case for iPhone 6 Plus Review

    The size of the iPhone 6 Plus is no joke, which means the less items you have to carry on your person when you leave your home the better off...

  • Snowboard Party Review

    New from Ratrod Studios is their first foray into the snowboard gaming genre with Snowboard Party. Ratrod isn’t new to the extreme sports...

  • Kalimba Review

    Press Play is the little indie studio that brought you Tentacles: Enter The Dolphin and Max: The Curse of Brotherhood. They create games...

  • Elite: Dangerous Review

    Frontier Developments stated back in November 2012 that they were to create “an amazing space epic with stunning visuals, incredible gameplay...

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