Category - Reviews

Disintegration Review

In the future, they have discovered a great way to help extend lives and help our climate changing world: get rid of all a human’s organs except their brains. Then, toss that wrinkly-sucker into a big metal ball in a robot’s head...

Review of Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus

With the release of the ninth edition of the tabletop game just around the corner, it is a great time to give another Warhammer 40k game a review.  This time around, it is Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus by Bulwark Studios.  Games Workshop, the...

Creative Labs Sound Blaster X3 Review

Creative Labs released the Sound Blaster X3 at the end of 2019. What is the Sound Blaster X3? According to its product sheet, the Creative Labs Sound Blaster X3 is a “Hi-Res 7.1 External USB DAC and Amp Sound Card with Super X-Fi for PC...

Razer Ornata V2 Hybrid Gaming Keyboard Review

The Razer Ornata V2 Hybrid Gaming Keyboard is meant to fill the gap in between mechanical gaming keyboards and the more traditional, membrane-based ones. It features what Razer has coined “mecha-membrane” switch keys. But what does...

Timelie Review

Urnique Studio and Milk Bottle Studio have released their new time-manipulating puzzle/strategy title Timelie and we recently finished up our playthrough via Steam on the PC platform. Timelie puts you in control of a young blonde girl and a...

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath – A Review...

A little more than a year after the release of the main game, Netherrealm studios has released Mortal Kombat 11‘s biggest expansion to date with Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath.  MK 11: Aftermath has a lot of content within it’s dlc...

Review of the Dread X Collection (PC)

One of the wonderful things about horror is that it doesn’t usually take much to take root in your mind especially late at night, alone at home. It can be immensely engulfing or leave you standing back yelling at the screen for someone...