Overcooked All You Can Eat review: Stick a fork in me…

The Overcooked series is one of my all-time favourites. But potentially also one of the most stressful series I’ve ever played too. It pushes your friendships to the limit and really requires a lot of teamwork otherwise it can be…

MAFIA: Definitive Edition Review – We Got the Booze

Organised crime mobs are one of the most common guilty pleasures of cinematography and gaming. Fans of The Godfather, Goodfellas and other notorious mafia movies have a certain love towards the niche genre, so much so that any one of…

Genesis RX85 RGB review

When it comes to gaming keyboards, there is so much choice out there. Do you want a full sized one? Would a 60% sized one be better for you? Is RGB lighting that important? Is mechanical the way forward? That’s…

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate Edition review: FINISHED IT!

Games have changed over the years. You buy a game, then you need to buy DLC and expansions to play that game, or at least to get the most out of it. However, after some time, you’ll normally be able…

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action Review – WunderBAR

In this late period of 2020, hearing the words Cyberpunk or Valhalla will surely get you thinking about the Assassin’s Creed franchise’s latest entry or CD Projekt Red’s incredibly anticipated RPG, but one title combining both keywords was just added…

Cherry MX 1.0 keyboard review

Cherry is arguably the name in keyboards these days. When someone is selling a keyboard for gaming or for a higher perceived purpose than your average daily use. You need to know what Cherry switches it has. Are they Cherry…

Chronos: Before The Ashes Review – Rising like a Phoenix

Gaming is undergoing a revolution of sorts; many developers are trying to come up with a winning formula between graphics and gameplay and many unfortunately come up short and have a weird mix of the two which ends up forgotten…

XPG GAMMIX D20 DDR4 review

It has been some time coming, but we finally have our first PC Part review for the site. Not including some of the cases we’ve touched upon already, like this one HERE. Hopefully, it’s not the last anyway, with many…

Twin Mirror review: A reflection of true gaming

With the release of Twin Mirror, Dontnod is gearing up to fill the vacuum left in the adventure gaming genre after the demise of Telltale. It has taken a particularly bold step by departing from the episodic style into a…

Crusader Kings III review: Family feuds

Reviewing a game like Crusader Kings III is a pretty dense task. The game is a thick, weighty tome, filled with abandoned bookmarks and long stretches of seemingly dull historical information. This is a game that could be played for…