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Razer Opus X Review

Razer recently released the Razer Opus X headphones, which are a more affordable version of last year's release, Opus. The Opus X headphones hit the market at roughly half the cost of the former model, and are extremely similar with only a couple differences. While not solely targeted towards gamers, the Opus X does feature a low-latency 'Gaming Mode' that ensures there is minimal lag for in-game sounds. Anyone who has tried to use a pair of all-purpose headphones for gaming knows just how big of a deal that really is. At half the price of their predecessor, ...

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Best and Cheapest Sound Bar Ever? – Creative Stage V2 Review

Creative has launched some fantastic pieces of hardware over the last number of years, highlighted by their SXFI lineup of headphones and earbuds - we've reviewed plenty of these devices, and they have always ranked high! Lately, Creative has been pushing quite a few premium products, but this time around we are reviewing a very affordable, outstanding under-monitor sound bar. Let's not even bury the lead - this thing is fantastic!

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ROCCAT Kone Pro & Kone Pro Air Review

I'll say it. ROCCAT is on fire. Ever since partnering with Turtle Beach on their line of PC accessories, they have been pumping out quality products with reasonable price points at a seriously impressive pace. And now, with their latest release of the Kone Pro and Kone Pro Air gaming mice, they are showing exactly zero signs of slowing down. These mice feature flawless mechanics and can compete with anything on the market - all while ringing in at around half the price of some of their competitors.

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Hundred Days- Winemaking Simulator Stadia

Hundred Days Wine making simulator a title I was so excited to try. Simulation games are one genre I can’t get enough of so I have really high hopes for this game. I know nothing about Wine, but hey that’s okay I can learn along the way with this truly unique game.

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An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs Review

An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs envisions a universe where all that remains is a network of intergalactic airports run by dogs.

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Razer Viper Ultimate Cyberpunk 2077 Edition

Razer is known for their great products, so when they made a gaming mouse with one of my favourite games I was drawn in. The Razer Viper Ultimate Cyberpunk 2077 edition doesn't disappoint. When I opened the box I could immediately tell this mouse was crafted with high quality something I was expecting due to the high price tag. At $235 Canadian it cam seem really over priced, however if you look at the industry it is on average the same price.

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Resident Evil Village Review

You’ve seen the werewolves. You’ve seen the ridiculously sexed-up memes about giant vampire ladies. Other than giving the internet a new fetish, Resident Evil Village is a worthy new entry in the long-running series – and a great indicator of just what these new consoles are capable of. The latest Resident Evil seems to have been more meme than game for most of its known existence. Don’t let that put you off. For all the cookyness we already know and…

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Octopath Traveler Stadia

First releasing on Nintendo in 2018 Octopath Traveler was a big hit selling over two million copies. Square Enix brought us Octopath Traveler on Google Stadia April 28th, 2020. I am personally a huge fan of RPG games so I was excited to give this game a try. Octopath Traveler has beautiful 2D graphics with a SNES feel to it. The game takes place on the continent of Orsterra where we have the option to chose from 8 different characters to start our journey. Each character has their own story and special abilities. The 8 Characters are: Ophilia The Cleric ...

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Judgment Stadia

Even though Judgment released in June 25th, 2019 on PlayStation 4 I didn’t give it a try. I had a huge backlog of games to play and kept holding it off. Fast forward to April 2021, the game was remastered and released on other platforms. I jumped to play this on Google Stadia, I can’t ignore the convenience Stadia brings for my busy life. I was a fan of the Yakuza series so I knew this game would be a treat as a spin off. The game was developed by Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio and published by none other than Sega a staple in the video game industry.

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The Darkside Detective Stadia

Detective Francis McQueen is the lead investigator in the Darkside division Twin Lakes City. Along with his funny sidekick, Officer Dooley, he gets ready to take on crime. Darkside Detective features nine unique cases to complete all with a different feel to them. The game features hours of fun with puzzles to solve so get that brain ready to work. Thanks to Google Stadia, I was able to complete this game on the go even without a controller, due to…

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