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GolfTopia is an Updated Sim Golf – And I Love It

blank About once a year, I begin looking around the Internet for ways to get Sim Golf running on my computer - any of my computers. Sim Golf was one of my favourite simulation titles when I was younger, and I spent hours creating courses, competing in tournaments, and earning cash. With the ability to play that game dwindling, I've been either hoping for a re-release of that title, or something that mimics it, but alas, nothing has been released. Until GolfTopia.

 

One of the Best RPGS Ever is Better on Stadia

blank We've been playing around with Dragon Quest 11s on Google Stadia for the last week or so, and are pleasantly surprised with how well this epic fantasy RPG runs on the platform. No updates, quick load times, and no downloads makes the Google Stadia version the premiere version of this title, in our opinion.

 

Google Stadia Continues to Chug Along

Google Gadget 6 It's been a little bit now since Google shuttered their internal Stadia studios and opted to create partnerships with 3rd parties instead, and while many saw this as the beginning of the end for Google's cloud gaming platform, the company continues to support their product through fantastic 3rd party partnerships! So what does the future for Google Stadia look like, when you compare it with other services like XCloud?

 
 

Creative SBS E2900 Bluetooth Speaker System

blank It is no secret that we are huge fans of Creative products at GamesReviews.com, having reviewed a ton (perhaps all?) of their products over the past few years. A few months back, they reached out again with the opportunity to review the Creative SBS E2900 Bluetooth Speaker System with subwoofer, and of course we jumped at the opportunity. This competitively priced system looks like a great addition to any computer or gaming setup, but does it work well enough, and can it compete with the ...

 

Australia and New Zealand Have Real Potential for the Games Industry

blank There’s an opportunity for games to be big in New Zealand and Australia. They’re not usually countries that we think of when we try to name development locations. Traditionally that was more based in Asia, America or central Europe. But the trade body for developers in New Zealand and Australia says there’s real potential for gaming to make a splash down under. Australia and New Zealand – Potential for Growth The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association ...

 

FIFA 21 a Perfect Fit for Google Stadia

blank While Google Stadia has been getting a lot of bad press lately - not all of it accurate and fair mind you - there are still many folks around the world who absolutely love the ability to play their games whenever, wherever. I'm part of that group. Through a great relationship with Google, we have had the opportunity to review these titles on a fairly consistent basis, and FIFA 21 might be one of my favourites.

 
 

Say No! More Will Give You the Ultimate Power Of No in April

blank Are you tried of…doing things at work? Do you just feel like telling people No!? Well, we have a video game for you. Say No! More will be releasing in April and will give you the ultimate power to just saying No (and blowing people away. literally). Say No! More will be releasing for the Nintendo Switch, PC & Mac, iPadOS and iOS on April 9th. In this game you play as an office worker who…well…basically they’ve had enough. They’ve…

 

Secret Lab Titan Stealth Gaming Chair Review

blank With a multitude of gaming chair companies scattered around the globe, it's often hard to decide which chair will be the best fit for you. For many, it comes down to the price you pay, but that doesn't always paint a clear picture on which is the best. For example, if you have to buy two sub-par chairs for 299.99 each over a 10 year period, but only one quality chair for 499.99 in that same span, the choice seems very obvious. Secret Lab is definitely on the higher end of the gaming chair ...

 

The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark Finds The Nintendo Switch in April

blank If there’s something strange, in your neighborhood, who do you call? No, not them. You should call The Darkside Detective! Yes finally the Darkside Detective is returning for a second season. The Darkside: Detective: A Fumble in the Dark will make its way to Nintendo Switch (and other places) very soon. The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark will be out on April 15 for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox, Playstation, and PC. We reviewed the first Darkside Detective and…

 
 

Genesis Noir Explores The Cosmos on March 26

blank What happens when a watch peddler gets caught in the middle of a love triangle between two cosmic beings? An investigation across the cosmos to prevent (or destroy) creation and save his love! Welcome to Genesis Noir, a trippy black and white saga thats headed to consoles and PC next week! Genesis Noir will be out on March 26, 2021 for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, and the Epic Games Store. When I was looking at the Nintendo Switch eshop…