Crysis 3 review

The demo blew me away with how immersive it was (I played a demo of Crysis 3 at Pan Vision Playground), regardless of the fact that I had no idea what the actual story was about, and I had a very entertaining time. The game is polished, very aesthetically pleasing and you feel as though […]

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Gears of War: Judgement review

We travel back 14 years before Gears of War 1 to see how Baird and Cole cope with the new Locust threat that has erupted from under the ground. Traditional war tactics are no longer good enough. Gears of War is one of Microsoft’s flagship franchises. After the ending of Gears of War 3, fans […]

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Tomb Raider (2013) review

Get to know Lara Croft when she made the transition from an insightful, but insecure teenager to a hardened treasure hunter on a trip most people wouldn’t survive, most due to the mysteries surrounding the island that she is a castaway on. Lara has a place in so many people’s hearts – so many that […]

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Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch review

Take a deep breath, and get ready to immerse yourself in a world simply brimming with delightful characters, fascinating creatures, diverse and beautiful environments – not to mention an emotional roller-coaster of a story. Ni no Kuni‘s main protagonist – Oliver – is a boy who, unlike his JRPG protagonist brothers/sisters, isn’t full of vengeful […]

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Aliens: Colonial Marines review

When a game have Michael Biehn and Lance Henriksen attached – two people who were involved in the “Aliens” movie which the game is a continuation of – they have a lot of the right ingredients for something amazing, yet they fail to utilize that potential. To be frank, whenever I see the word Aliens, […]

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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance review

The newest instalment to the Metal Gear franchise takes you out on a journey that offers an alternative future where corrupt politicians, controlled media and above all, heavy machinery rules. When the game was showcased at E3 it created a lot of hype, mainly due to the new effect that makes it possible for the […]

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Rayman Legends review

After a long absence, Rayman Origins brought Rayman out of the shadow of the Rabbids and back into his own spotlight where he belong. His platforming adventures across several consoles were extremely well-received to the point where there was a fair amount of disappointment when the sequel, Rayman Legends, was originally revealed to be a […]

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ROCCAT Isku FX Keyboard

Isku FX is luring you to love it by letting you choose backlit colours from icy blue over hellish red to toxic green and a soft design. Testing consisted of a handful hours of playing a shooter, and writing a text for a couple hours. Listening to the sound of the keys, feeling the surface […]

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Razer Blackwidow 2013 Keyboard

Blackwidow stands it ground on your desk with it’s weight behind it, the matte finish denies any smudges, and blinks smoothly with it’s big Razer logo in attempt to seduce you. Testing consisted of a handful hours of playing a shooter, and writing a text for a couple hours. Listening to the sound of the […]

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Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed review

Sonic and his friends takes on the tracks inspired by a number of games such as Jet Set Radio, Nights and Panzer Dragoon. The title of the game implies the change to the series – throughout the race, your vehicle transform between being on wheels, on wings, and wearing a screw. The player can not […]

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