Developer IO Interactive isn’t messing around, as episode five of Hitman is the game at its purest form yet.
G.Skill fashioned a feature rich and good performing ambidextrous mouse for all hands–still a shame about their software.
G.Skill get a lot right with the RipJaws KM 780 RGB, but its software is 10 years behind.
We review BioShock: The Collection. Is it worth your money? Absolutely, whether you’re new to the franchise, or a returning veteran.
Fire and Ice just isn’t a good game. While it’s platforming may be mechanically sound, the game just tries to do too much – and fails at most of it. If you’re looking for a return to form for Sonic the Hedgehog, Fire and Ice unfortunately isn’t it.
In what’s a pretty mild refresh, it’s plain to see that the real star of it all is the mobile implantation of Pascal. The 1070 that’s in notebooks is more than capable, able to run just about any game you can throw at it in 1080p at frame rates that would make most desktops feel inadequate
Rise of Iron isn’t a revolutionary upgrade to Destiny, but it is the game at its polished best and a love letter to loyal fans.
We review Filthy Lucre, a new top-down shooter from UK studio Fabrik Games. It’s an enjoyable experience overall, but it is held back by poor AI and weird design choices.
The Tomorrow Children is definitely a case of style over substance which fails to provide any sort of reason to keep you playing. It’s a chore – and when a game feels like actual work, it’s just not a fun game.
Telltale’s lastest Batman episode trims the fat to produce a more brutal chapter in Bruce Wayne’s world.
Forza Horizon 3 is a truly astonishing game and one that should not only be classified as one of the best driving games available right now, but one of the best games available, period.
Lenovo’s Yoga 900’s hybrid design is still more marketing ploy than genuine and useful innovation, but the improvements made over the last model make it one of the best ultrathin hybrids available.