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Review: Rock Boshers DX: Director’s Cut (PlayStation 4)

Review: Rock Boshers DX: Director’s Cut (PlayStation 4)

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Review: PlanetSide 2 (PS4)

PlanetSide 2 is a massively multiplayer online war game (MMO) that takes place from the first-person perspective of Battlefield or Killzone. It’s so big, in fact, that the PC version holds the Guinness World Record for the “biggest FPS battle” with 1,158 players connected in a single skirmish. Very little can actually prepare you for…

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Review: Beyond the Eyes (PS4)

Video games are like generators of empathy. More than any other medium, they allow us to feel what it might be like to be another type of person. Beyond Eyes is a great example of this – a game that attempts to simulate the experience of being blind. But while it does host some devilishly…

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Review: Saint Seiya: Soul of Soldiers (PS4)

Despite its awkward name, Saint Seiya: Soldiers Soul is a very straightforward and accessible PlayStation 4 fighter that is essentially an upgraded version of Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers, which was released on the PlayStation 3 in 2013. It has more stages. , more characters, a longer story, and a couple of additional components, but his…

Review: Lost Orbit (PlayStation 4)

Like its protagonist, Lost Orbit works with something; The difference is that instead of jet fuel, the self-proclaimed dodge-em-up is driven by risk and reward. Swiftly hovering over two asteroids that are about to collide, using a planet’s rings to catapult from one location to another, and flying through gas giants to increase speed are…

Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of The Realms Review

In good time comes the sequel to what for us was a pleasant surprise in the form of the start of the new series of animated films from one of the franchises of yesteryear most loved by gamers and the general public. We talk about Mortal Kombat Legends, which came as a surprise to us…

LG

Review: This monitor will make the “PC Master Race” and the owners of the new consoles fall in love | LG UltraGear 27GN950-B Review

Simply because gaming in 4K on PC is so far a rare activity. The most recent Steam survey indicates that only a few users have compatible cards like the RTX 2070 Super (2.23% of respondents) or the RTX 2080 (1.01%). With the arrival of the new consoles (PlayStation 5 and Xbox X series), NVIDIA recently…

Review: Transistor (PlayStation 4)

Supergiant Games’ first endeavor is the bastion of quintessential indie – a relatively niche game that won hearts and minds with its good looks and clever shooting. Now comes Transistor, the studio’s second effort, and a game that, at first glance, looks remarkably similar to its popular progenitor. However, this cyberpunk odyssey does a lot…

AOC GH200 Headsets Review

AOC GH200 are simple headphones, for casual use, but that feel tremendously comfortable. AOC GH200 feels very comfortable, they are cute, but: will they sound good? We will see. Despite being a very relevant brand in the neighboring world of gaming monitors, gaming headsets are not its strong suit. And I’m not saying this because…