Can mechanical Apartheid really help create a compelling narrative for the Deus Ex sequel five years in the making? Yes and no, as Adam Jensen returns once again.
Inside is a clever, through-provoking evolution of what made Limbo great, and is easily one of the best games this generation.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force isn’t really Metroid game, then. But it is a more than competent first person shooter that’s fun to play, even if it is let down by some odd design decisions and a lack of checkpoints.
The Apple TV is a fun device that extends the ecosystem into your living room. But just how well does it work down here in South Africa?
I went into the latest STAR TREK with a clean slate. But even if I had boarded the hype train, I think BEYOND would have zoomed right past all expectations at warp speed anyway
Bangkok scales back the design quite a bit, opting to take Agent 47 back to a familiar stomping ground in Episode 4 of Hitman.
The latest stop-motion marvel from animation studio Laika, abounds with both technical and narrative wizardry and is a must-see!
We put the Fitbit Alta through its paces. It’s an excellent wearable, though it does have some drawbacks.
No Man’s Sky is sadly one of the more disappointing games of the year, mixing small moments of grand wonder with inescapable hours of tedious, boring survival gameplay. If you’re willing to fight through that, there’s a game here for you. But it’s often not worth the effort
Did you enjoy Grow Home? Grow Up might just offer you more of what you liked. Or, if you missed it like we did, you can jump right into this unique game with this installment and still get a few hours of fun.
Bound’s interesting protagonist and captivating world only make you wonder what could’ve been had the game fully commited to it’s underlying premise.
The Xperia X fits a hand properly, looks stylish and runs smoothly. But it just doesn’t have that je ne sais quoi to make it stand out. It’s more of a foundation than a true evolution for the Xperia brand.