Kirby: Planet Robobot Review : Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em
May25

Kirby: Planet Robobot Review : Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em

What Kirby: Planet Robobot lacks in challenge it makes up for in engrossing platforming, making it an exceptional 3DS title

Homefront: The Revolution Review – Norks, Norks, Norks, Norks, Norks
May25

Homefront: The Revolution Review – Norks, Norks, Norks, Norks, Norks

Homefront: The Revolution wears its troubled design and its unattainable ambition like a scar. There’s a decent game hidden in its core, but it would take too much work to turn the Revolution in to something worthy of attention.

Shadwen Review – From the shadows
May25

Shadwen Review – From the shadows

The interesting gameplay mechanics found in Shadwen do little to hide the fact that the game is pretty boring and has a story that hardly amounts to anything.

Linksys Max-Stream AC2600 MU-MIMO Router Review
May23

Linksys Max-Stream AC2600 MU-MIMO Router Review

The router performed admirably and I have no real issues with anything that the router was required to do but at the same time for a router priced at a premium there wasn’t anything that really impressed me about the Linksys AC2600. It’s a solid workhorse and one you wouldn’t be disappointed in having in your office/home.

LG G5 Review – Falling Apart
May23

LG G5 Review – Falling Apart

The LG G5 is an effort in innovation that struggles to justify the lack of elegance in the pursuit of perfection.

Alice Through the Looking Glass review – A glass half full
May19

Alice Through the Looking Glass review – A glass half full

Much like the first movie, Alice: Through the Looking Glass frames the fantastical world with our boring, real one.

X-Men:Apocalypse review – Not a first class effort
May19

X-Men:Apocalypse review – Not a first class effort

For all the talk of evolution that has occurred in the X-Men movie franchise over the 16 year it has been around, it’s rather frustrating that the latest cinematic mutant escapade from director Bryan Singer is not so much the evolutionary equivalent of mankind developing fantastic powers, but rather suddenly forgetting they have opposable thumbs.

DOOM Review – Riding shotgun
May17

DOOM Review – Riding shotgun

DOOM is massively backwards, stuck in the past and completely dumb. But in the very best way possible. In one word: BRUTAL.

Shadow of the Beast review – Shadow stabbing
May16

Shadow of the Beast review – Shadow stabbing

Shadow of the Beast is back – but it probably should have remained a historical gaming curio.

Pocket Card Jockey Review – Ace of neighs
May16

Pocket Card Jockey Review – Ace of neighs

Pocket Card Jockey, a game which somehow manages to combine the strategy of Solitaire with the hot speed of horse racing. And it does so beautifully.

Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation Review – Mitama in the middle
May12

Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation Review – Mitama in the middle

Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation. A middle child that accepts neither side in the massive war that plays out over the course of both games.

Battleborn Review – You Only Lane Once
May11

Battleborn Review – You Only Lane Once

Battleborn is by no means a perfect game. Underneath its flaws however, there is a satisfying and fun character-driven shooter to be found.