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Trek to Yomi Review

Japanese stuff is really in at the moment. Yet the likes of Trek to Yomi is a rare gem – a love letter to the old Japanese films, and to that old way of life we know so well from books. It’s a masterclass is atmosphere and is one of the bars for indie graphics. It’s also not always a great game. In many ways, it’s that old indie complaint. Style should not make up for gameplay, and to be…

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Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Review

The Lego games have been feeling a tad tired as of late. More than once I’ve jumped into a game wishing they would rebuild the franchise from scratch. You know – brick by brick. Enter Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. It certainly looks different enough on the surface, but is it as transformational as long-time fans might have hoped? The simple answer is no. It’s decent fun – especially if you’re a fan of the more involved modern Lego…

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EPOS H3Pro Hyrbrid Headset Review

One of my favourite video game accessory makers, EPOS, has launched new colours for the EPOS H3Pro Headset, and we've been trying them out for the past few weeks. Everything I love about EPOS is present in this headset, and while the price point is still a bit high for many - perhaps myself included - the quality of both the product and the audio are second to none. If you have the money to spend, any headset from EPOS is a good bet, but today I'm recommending the H3Pro.

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Neat King Bee II Review

Neat, a brand founded by the minds behind the Blue microphones, keeps looking to push the envelope when it comes to microphone technology. To this end, Neat has released the King Bee II, a microphone that is designed for everything from vocal recording, podcasting, streaming, and gaming alike. While this may sound quite impressive, some may begin to wonder if it becomes a simple case of trying to do too many things and not successfully doing any of them. Can the King Bee II manage a flexible profile or will it be indistinguishable from its predecessors? Let's ...

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Ghostwire: Tokyo Review

Ghostwire: Tokyo is finally here. The latest from Tango Gameworks, The Evil Wihin and The Evil Within 2 were terrifying in their own way, and while Ghostwire is a different experience, you can feel the similarities throughout. It is up to you to save Tokyo's population from supernatural forces - can you do it?

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Submerged: Hidden Depths Review

Boat, climb, solve and explore in the beautiful ruins of a sunken world. A drowned city, crumbling tips of skyscrapers stubbornly standing above the waves. Deserted villages, now inhabited by enigmatic creatures. And beneath the surging ocean waits an anguished, angry presence. Submerged: Hidden Depths is a non-combat third-person “relaxploration” adventure, set in the sunken ruins of a beautiful world. Take on the role of Miku and Taku – one cursed with a mysterious power that she wants to use…

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Razer Huntsman Mini Review

There is no doubt that Razer is one of if not THE biggest name in PC peripherals and that they have been pushing the envelope on gamer-oriented accessories for many years now. Even as the market appears to be saturated with new brands, Razer seems to be keeping its head down and marching steadily forward. The Razer Huntsman Mini is a great example of this - a keyboard with a form factor that is only 60% of a traditional keyboard, with the function row, home cluster, and numpad removed. Can Razer pack its big punch into such a small package? Let's take a look!

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Shredders Review

You and your friend Scotty are making goofball snowboarding videos at the Frozen Wood resort when brand ambassador Lisa makes an offer for some sponsored clips. She gives you a glimpse into a whole new world of snowboarding, with pro riders, snowmobiles, and epic spots to hit. Give it all you got and shred your way into the kick-ass invitational! Unlock a huge OPEN WORLD full of pow and parks, gorgeous scenery, and amazing lines. Every area is hand-sculpted for…

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Martha Is Dead Review

Martha Is Dead is a dark first-person psychological thriller, set in 1944 Italy, that blurs the lines between reality, superstition, and the tragedy of war. As conflict intensifies between German and Allied forces, the desecrated body of a woman is found drowned… Martha! Martha is dead, and her twin sister Giulia, the young daughter of a German soldier, must alone deal with the acute trauma of loss and the fallout from her murder. The hunt for the truth is shrouded…

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Elden Ring – Review In Progress

Elden Ring is the latest title brought to us by FromSoftware, the company behind many of the games in what has become affectionately known as the 'Souls-like' genre. This, of course, refers to the Dark Souls franchise which introduced a type of game that had really never been seen before. This is a hardcore, third-person fantasy adventure game with a difficulty like no other. Elden Ring looks to carry this genre to the next generation with its increased depth of gameplay and RPG elements. Will this be a harmonious fusion or will it trip itself up trying to be ...

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