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Review Rewind – Dying Light: The Following

Fresh on the heels of the monumental year that Dying Light had, developer Techland is continuing their momentum by releasing The Following, featuring all new content. While the game has certainly seen its share of support via paid DLC and free updates, The Following is on an entirely different level to what we’ve seen. In […]

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Review – Rare Replay

Back in 2002 Microsoft purchased a company that had made a name for themselves in the world of game development. Rare, known for titles like Banjo-Kazooie and GoldenEye 007 was well-established and beloved to many. For a time, Rare was cast aside and used exclusively for what seemed like “busy work”. Despite Microsoft’s promise that […]

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Review – The Witcher 3

It’s common that, when reviewing a game, it shows up a week or two prior to the release date. That’s why, when The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt showed up early, I was confident that I’d be able to power through the main story, experience some of the side missions, and get a good feeling of […]

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PDP G7 Xbox One Headset Review

It’ll be two years in November since the Xbox One hit retailers to welcome in the current generation of console gaming and, since that time, we’ve been waiting for the inevitable wave of gaming headsets to be released into the wild. In June, at E3 2015, an array of companies discussed their gameplan for getting […]

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Yogibo Max (Bean bag) review

Shopping for furniture is a drag, especially when you’re a student. Normally you have two options: shell out big bucks for some nice furniture that may end up ruined after an all night rager, or browse sites like Craigslist and run the risk of inviting who-knows-what into your house after it hitches a ride on […]

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Review – Windward

Adventuring on the high seas is never an easy task, but then again if it were easy, everybody would be doing it. The same could be said about games that take place on the high seas, though Windward, newly released on PC, makes a valiant attempt. The game is, above all, enjoyable and provides hours […]

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Review – DJI Phantom 2 Vision Quadcopter Drone

Perhaps the best thing I can say about the DJI Phantom 2 Vision is that I crashed it within the first 10 minutes of use. It sounds ridiculous, I know, and at the time I was panicking. It’s not often that I get to review a quadcopter drone, nevermind one that’s professional and isn’t one […]

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Review – Tesoro Excalibur Gaming Keyboard

C gamers are familiar with the dozens of options facing them when they’re shopping for a gaming keyboard. Dozens of buttons reflect retail prices in the hundreds, and for good reason. Gaming keyboards, when used correctly, can be enormously beneficial. They really do give you an advantage over your competition, depending on the game and […]

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Review – Dying Light

We’re in the midst of a zombie obsession, one that’s invaded television, movies, and especially video games. After some delaysDying Light is upon us, savagely clawing at our faces and biting at our necks. If you’re not careful, the infection will set in and then all hope will be lost. You’re one of “them,” an […]

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Review – Samsung Galaxy Tab S, Gear S, and Note 4

I’ve spent time with Samsung hardware in the past, reviewing their smartphones, tablets, and other hardware, and some of the feedback I’ve received regarding the benchmark results I include indicate that most readers consider the numbers arbitrary, even with superficial explanation. Instead, through Twitter and email, some have asked for a more “consumer friendly” review, […]

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