Reviews - Page 2

The Suicide Squad Review (Movie) – Bloodsport indeed

How should a comic book movie make you feel?James Gunn has eschewed the warm fuzziness and brazen optimism of the MCU to jump ship...

Microsoft Flight Simulator Review (Xbox Series X) – The Ultimate Way to Unwind

Last year, when I reviewed Microsoft Flight Simulator on PC, in Victoria, we were deep into our major lockdown, unable to go out and...

The Forgotten City Review (PC) – A Sisyphean Effort

The Forgotten City has a long and storied history. First created as a mod for Skyrim by Modern Storyteller's founder Nick Pearce over a...

Sniper Elite VR Review (PSVR) – Bolt Action Hero or Wild Misfire?

Nazis. I hate these guys. I hate these guys so much, that watching an X-ray depiction of their testicles getting “Reich-sized” out their butt...

Old Review (Movie) – Behold the ravages of age

With 2015's The Visit, M. Night Shyamalan finally seemed to turn around a decade of directing flops. Arguably beginning with The Village, Shyamalan looked...

Death’s Door Review (PC) – Make A Living

Death's Door is relentlessly clever. Not just smart, which it is, and not just stylish or well designed, two more things it also is,...

RIG NACON Pro Compact Review

The $90 RIG Nacon Pro Compact offers only a slight feature set compared to other pro controllers but Dolby Atmos and a budget price make it standout.

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Review (PC) – So True, Monstie

Adaptations are a tricky thing. How do you retain the core appeal and themes of work while also presenting it as something ideally new...

HyperX Alloy Origins 60 Review – Size really does matter

The tiny HyperX Alloy Origins 60 may have 40% less buttons and size but it's all the more excellent without them. Great for gaming and fast typing.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Review (PS5) – Riddled with the best kind of plot holes

Let's hammer this verdict on the head early. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is a phenomenal, PS5 system seller, and you should invest all...