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Monthly Archives: November 2016

REVIEW: Box – Accessories worth getting excited about

November 30, 2016 |

Box, a company that you might not have heard of yet but is one you might start hearing a lot more about. They’re a UK based tech company who make peripherals for your phone, tablet or laptop and they gave … Read More

REVIEW: Eagle Flight (PSVR)

November 24, 2016 |

The problem I’ve had with my PlayStation VR lately is that it’s great to show friends, but not so much for gaming by myself. While there is a lot available, the launch line-up for the PlayStation VR is full of … Read More

REVIEW: Lenovo YOGA Book (Android)

November 21, 2016 |

The Lenovo YOGA Book is one of many hybrid devices that attempt to streamline the best features of pre-existing technologies and adapt them to fit our lifestyles. The model we reviewed was a mobile version powered by Android, but there are also … Read More

REVIEW: Dishonored 2

November 17, 2016 |

Following on from the critically acclaimed first instalment in Arkane Studio’s epic new IP, Dishonored 2 follows the same gripping narrative arcs of its predecessor whilst improving gameplay mechanics and levels of inter-actability across the board. In a period where … Read More

REVIEW: Watch Dogs 2

November 14, 2016 |

So the day has finally come and the release of Watch Dogs 2 is almost upon us. 2 years on from the less than flattering response to the first instalment in Ubisoft’s hacking franchise, Watch Dogs 2 has a lot … Read More

REVIEW: Here They Lie

November 8, 2016 |

Here They Lie is a first-person explorer with a distinct horror flavouring. It’s not really a game whose plot I can summarise easily. Not for fear of spoilers, but rather because I don’t really have the first clue what was … Read More

REVIEW: Robinson: The Journey

November 7, 2016 |

With PSVR out and selling like hotcakes if Sony are to be believed, it looks like the headset has been a success so far. We’re all to aware though that this success will now only continue if high quality content … Read More

REVIEW: Battlefield 1

November 3, 2016 |

There’s no denying that when EA DICE decided to take such an unbelievably traumatic time in human history, many were worried that they would carry out a grave injustice to a period in time that so drastically changed the world. Previous … Read More