Reviews

Deathloop Review (PS5) – A time-sink you’ll not want to escape

Deathloop is a GOTY contender that I won't be able to fully tell you about in the time we have today. It's too complex....

Life is Strange: True Colours Review (PS5) – I Do, What I Feel Like

The Life is Strange series has become somewhat of a darling since its launch six years ago. Since then, there's been three other releases...

Acer Predator X38 Curved Ultrawide Gaming Monitor Review – Gamer Legend

After years of longing, I finally got my hands on the legendary Acer Predator X38 gaming monitor. It certainly ticks a lot of boxes but isn't quite King.

Quake Remastered Review (PS5) – Slickly remastered, harder than a nine-inch nail

The original 1996 release of Quake holds a special place in the black space in my chest where a heart should be. I smashed...

Psychonauts 2 Review (Xbox Series X) – An Instant Classic

The quality of Psychonauts' writing is a rare thing in video games. Too often games, worried players might miss something, spell everything out far...

Aftershock Vault Mesh Review – Meshlicious Indeed

The all new Aftershock Vault Mesh is yet another console size PC that punches way above its small size suggests.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Review (PS5) – Worth Another Stab

Ghost of Tsushima was a slice of heaven – a soulful and incredibly stylish-looking swan song for the PS4. Though it only took me...

MSI MPG Trident AS Review— Console PC

The MSI MPG Trident AS is as tiny as Playstation 5 but packs far more power and easier upgradability for your gaming pleasure.

Razer Iskur Review – Have You Ever Sat Like This?

Oh, yes, sitting. The great leveller. From the mightiest pharaoh to the lowliest peasant, who doesn't enjoy a good sit? For gamers, years have...

Valve Index (Austalia) Review – ‘Scuse Me While I Kiss The (No Man’s) Sky

Dear 1992-me, I am The Lawnmower Man now, finally…Before we get into this VR headset, can I just have a quick gripe about how...