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Insurgency: Sandstorm Review

Insurgency: Sandstorm is the sequel to the indie hit Insurgency which was published by New World Interactive in 2014. After updating Insurgency with free new content for over three years after its release, the developer decided it was time to improve and expand the Insurgency experience using Unreal Engine 4 and working with publisher Focus Home Interactive. Insurgency: Sandstorm is a polished and greatly improved version of Insurgency, and in the dev’s own words it represents much of what they…

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Secretlab Titan Gaming Chair Review

The gaming chair market has boomed in the last few years, with new companies popping up around the globe, each offering essentially the same thing but offering something their competitors aren’t. We’ve reviewed a number of these chairs, and just recently received another one from the people at Secretlab. How well does the Secretlab Titan chair hold up? Let’s dive in!

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Developed and published by indie-developer OhNoo Studio, TSIOQUE is a 2D point-and-click adventure game that has been on my wishlist for a while now. So, when I was offered the chance to play and review the game, I jumped at the opportunity. While point-and-click games certainly have their place in the world of gaming, they have never been particularly effective at opening themselves up to wider audiences. Can TSIOQUE shake this stereotype? Let’s find out!

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Ewin Racing Champion Series Chair Review

Recently our friend Will in Canada had a chance to review the largest Ewin Racing chair available, the Flash-XL Gaming Chair, so we were bit surprised when we were contacted by Ewin again this time from their EU department. After a short conversation we agreed that our guys in Europe should have a chance to test the product as well considering there might be some differences with the product on the other side of the globe. It only made sense…

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MOTHERGUNSHIP is a bullet-hell roguelike FPS by developer Grip Digital that focuses entirely around gun creation. The fast-paced action and wide variety of enemies forces you to stay constantly alert or risk an untimely demise. While electrifyingly quick gameplay can keep the attention of some, most one-dimension games tend to lose their shine and promptly end up pushed to the side and forgotten. Can MOTHERGUNSHIP deliver what many bullet-hell shooters do not? Let’s take a look! 

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Ewin Racing Flash XL Gaming Chair Review

Seen by many as simply a luxury, racer gaming chairs serve a much greater purpose than their style. Nobody can deny that these chairs were designed to be stylish, but that certainly comes secondary to the comfort and support that they offer. From someone who has spent a lot of time gaming in standard office chairs and even old wooden desk chairs, I can definitively say that gaming chairs are worth every ounce of hype they receive. Most of these chairs come in with a price point of $500+ and are out of range for many people. Ewin Racing, however, offers ...

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Call of Cthulhu Review

Addington Highlands, Township of Adelaide-Metcalfe, Township of Adjala-Tosorontio, Township of Admaston/Bromley, Township of Ajax, Town of Alberton, Township of Alfred and Plantagenet, Township of Algonquin Highlands, Township of Alnwick/Haldimand, Township of Amaranth, Township of Amherstburg, Town of Armour, Township of Armstrong, Township of Arnprior, Town of Arran-Elderslie, Municipality of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, Township of Asphodel-Norwood, Township of Assiginack, Township of Athens, Township of Atikokan, Town of Augusta, ...

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EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Review

It’s a feeling we have all had. The dread that follows the realization that you have just lost an important document is something most, if not all of us, are familiar with. Whether it be a folder of family photos, a critical work file or your entire hard drive, losing any important data is one of the worst feelings you can have as a PC user.

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SteelSeries Rival 710 Gaming Mouse Review

The Rival 710 gaming mouse from SteelSeries is a sleek, new mouse that boasts a variety of unique and high-end features such as Tactile Alerts for quick notifications, swappable parts for performance customization, split-trigger mechanical switches, TrueMove3 optical sensor for pinpoint tracking accuracy and an OLED screen for in-game stats. While this may seem a lot to pack into one mouse, at a price point of $129.99 CAD (~$100USD) one should expect to see quite a few bells and whistles attached.

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The Colonists Review

Released late last month, The Colonists is a casual city builder from the one-man, UK-based indie developer Codebyfire. Inspired by classic games such as The Settlers and the Anno series, The Colonists adds some welcome twists and innovation to a genre that at times can fall into a very repetitive pattern.

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