Sony’s mid-range Xperia XA doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles, but it excels at being alright.
The plot is at times quite ludicrous, the stupidity of the henchmen almost unnerving and much of the dialogue cheesy, but then so was the cartoon show. If you loved the original cartoons, you are likely to enjoy this. Turtle power is most certainly alive in this one.
With its pacing and scripting issues, I highly doubt it will ever attain the timeless status of its source material. But despite those foibles, this is still very much Triple-A all-ages filmmaking filled with heaps of heart and plenty of Dahl’s brilliantly preposterous dialogue. And that should lead to a big friendly time at the movies for the whole family.
Technomancer makes a valiant effort to be the next big open world RPG and comes close to achieving it, but in the end it feels like the developer was trying to fit too many things in to one game.
Razer’s Wildcat controller for the Xbox One and Windows 10 is a well made, purpose-engineered input device that’s perfect for shooters. Its biggest problem is that it competes with Microsoft’s own pro controller – and comes up short.
It’s Trials Fusion but not as you know it, as Trials of the Blood Dragon takes the franchise in a silly story-driven direction.
The isometric, top down shooter perfectly blends the new with the old to deliver a very enjoyable experience.
Teen idols who need to fight a strange evil force with the power of their performances? Why yes, this is a JRPG, but a pretty strategic and deep one.
Cooler Master’s Devastator II bundle offers a great value proposition, although there are some issues with mouse accuracy that make it hard to recommend for FPS gamers.
The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition is all you could ever want in a mouse, even if some slight issues keep it from perfection.
With no quote-worthy star presence to sell all the hokey dialogue and half-baked scenes, or make you forget about all the smothering lactic fumbles, this long awaited sequel is not so much resurgent as it is disappointing.
Is Valentino Rossi: The Game the ultimate expression of adoration for the number 46? Yes, yes it is. And no, no it isn’t at the same time.