Review: Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (PS4)

Is this really their darkest hour?

SteelSeries Sensei Wireless review

The award-winning Sensei goes wireless, and it is glorious.

Review: Sniper Elite 3 (PS4)

Sniper Elite 3 feels like a shot to the balls, in slow motion

Review: Gravity Badgers (Wii U)

This is the best game ever to feature badgers. It's also maybe the worst.

Review: Swords and Soldiers (Wii U)

What does a Viking Chief, an Aztec Emperor and the Imperial Chinese have in common? All three of them were part of a great nation and they’re also the main players in a very creative and different strategy game called Swords and Soldiers. I’ve always enjoyed playing real-time strategy games, but unlike so many of them, Swords and Soldiers takes on a slightly different approach. Instead of creating...

Review: Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 (Wii U, GBA)

If the friendly dinosaur does not grab your attention his tongue will

Review: Golden Sun (Wii U, GBA)

12 years on and the sun shines as brightly as ever.

Intel 730 240GB SSD review

A 7-series from Intel that isn't for workstation or enterprise level consumers. What does it offer to enthusiasts?

Review: Company of Heroes 2: The Western Front Armies (PC)

Clear the shingles and make way for the almighty.

Review: Advanced Wars (WiiU, Gameboy Advance)

Andy, Max and Sami make a triumphant return in Advance Wars, re-released for the Wii U.

Review: Murdered: Soul Suspect (PS4)

Do you have what it takes to solve your own murder?

Review: Super Mario 3D World (Wii U)

If there is one thing the internet has taught Western society, it’s that Japan loves two things; Mario and cats. Super Mario 3D World uses this knowledge to provide one of the most solid entries the Mario franchise has ever seen. Doing what Nintendo does best, taking the most ridiculous ideas and transforming them into a norm. Super Mario 3D World (SM3DW) can be seen as the spiritual success...

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