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Militant supporter of VR being the future of vidjagames, lover of Japanese food and obscure hip hop.

Streets of Rage 4 review: Anger management

Streets of Rage 4 is, in many ways, a love letter to the classic side-scrolling beat’em’up franchise, asking you to return to these absolutely furious avenues one more time. It’s the purest kind of arcade fun there is – lo-fi…

Gioteck TX30 Switch Gaming Pack review

Coming in astonishingly cheap at under £20, Gioteck has bundled their TX30 headset together with a few simple, necessary Switch accessories in one kit. It includes a carry case, tempered glass screen protector with a dust cloth, and, of course,…

My Hero: One’s Justice 2 review: Two For All

Okay, they seriously need to think about titling these games a little more concisely. One’s Justice 2 rolls off the tongue about as well as a spoonful of warm peanut butter, but luckily the 3D arena fighter’s second outing is…

How the COVID-19 Coronavirus is affecting Esports

On March 11th, E3 2020 was formally announced as cancelled due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. The event – once exclusively for press/industry – began selling general admission passes as of 2017, and hosted over 66,000 visitors last year. Though…

Genesis Radon 720 headset review

Our Genesis review adventure continues with a look at the Radon 720 headset, my personal first experience with the company’s range of peripherals. Josh has previously reviewed their PC case and the Xenon 770 mouse which both did fairly well…

Edifier S3000 Pro Multimedia Speaker review

Edifier is back at it again with another set of premium speakers, and this one’s a bit of a unit. The S3000 Pro. Seriously. These might be the biggest things I’ve ever had on my desk. Lifting them out of…

Tools Up! (Nintendo Switch) review: Undercooked

There’s nothing like games to bring people together. In this review lifelong enemies, Nil and Kae put their differences aside just long enough to patch up a few houses in Tools Up! and experiment with a new review format. Passionate…

Outrun: Need for Speed: Heat review

On paper, Need For Speed’s latest entry is almost irresistible. Driving custom-tuned cars through legal races by day and dodging the cops in neon-soaked streets at night. With a gorgeous Miami inspired city as the backdrop and some decent tunes…

We Built a Zoo: Planet Zoo review, part one

In which we find out if a man who onced botched the preparation of a Pot Noodle is capable of running international animal conservation industries. Here’s the thing – the very important preface to my review of this fairly involved…

Falling Down: How I learned to love Undertale

If you look at Undertale from the outside – especially now, years on from the original release, where a dedicated fanbase still persists with detailed theories and some impressive but often questionable fan art – it’s easy to make a…