Stuart Hannon
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Genesis Helium 610 BT review

Usually, I tend to wear a headset when I play games. If I’m watching videos or listening to music, that’s where I use my speakers the most. So I was pretty excited to switch things up a bit and give…

Edifier TWS NB wireless earbuds review

The year is 2020, we’re all currently (6th May) in isolation due to COVID-19. Will that stop us from helping you spend your hard-earned cash? Definitely not! Today, we’re going to be taking a look at one of the MANY…

Totally Reliable Delivery Service (Switch) review

To start off my review of Totally Reliable Delivery Service (TRDS), I’ll tell you that I played 2 different types of extended sessions. One was half cut with my wife (after 2 weeks of quarantine) and the other was after…

Sandberg RageStorm Mechanical Keyboard review

Today I’m going to be taking a look at the Sandberg RageStorm Mechanical Gaming Keypad. As a heavy fan of MMORPGs, keypads have been at the forefront of my gaming arsenal. Having the ability to have fully customisable macros and…

Absolutely orcsome: Middle-earth: Shadow of War (PC) review

I think, starting off this review, it’s a good idea to say if you’re a big fan of Lord of the Rings and Tolkien’s lore, try to put it behind you for the time being, because this game seems to…

Defying genre conventions: Drifting Lands review

As a kid, I played games like Gradius 3 and Darius Twin for the Super Nintendo, those games were fantastic and although they were from a different time, they achieved a lot in my eyes, especially looking back now. Knowing…

Nintendo E3 Conference roundup

As a guy who grew up on Nintendo before making the move onto PC. I always have a soft spot for anything they release. I’ve had almost every console they have ever released. I was beyond excited with the announcement…

Alien abductee: DYSTORIA review

DYSTORIA is the newest instalment from Tri-Coastal Games, this release is a colourful, sci-fi 6 axis arcade shooter that hopes to bring hours of gameplay from within its maze-like courses filled with hidden items to collect and secret areas. The…

Peeling Back the Layers: Onion Force review

When I picked up Onion Force, I wasn’t sure what to expect, from the name it gives absolutely nothing away. I hit up the Steam store page for the game and saw that it was an “Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG,…