Review

Fallout 4 Review: Some things never change

Fallout 4 is a huge game. It is nigh on impossible to really sum it up in one small article, but its scale is one of the game’s strongest selling  points. The world of Fallout 4 is so vast, so detailed, and so engaging that it swallows up your...

Moto X Pure: Redefining the Flagship

Sitting down to write this review after having spent just under two weeks with this phone, a weird tautology becomes apparent: this phone is both unremarkable and truly standout. This is a phone that, through the release of handsets like the 6P and...

Corsair Strafe RGB Review

Mechanical keyboard switches are quite possibly humanity’s greatest ever achievement. Which is why I am incredibly pleased to see the line-up of mechanical keyboards expand in recent years. Keeping the concept fresh are companies like Corsair, who...

The OnePlus 2: 認為不同

OnePlus are a company who claim not to like compromise. Indeed their slogan, “Never Settle”, certainly sums up the young Chinese company’s philosophy. The OnePlus One, which they released in 2013, certainly lived up to this mantra, offering...

Steam Controller Review

When I was young and naïve I had a brief stint with console gaming. While I did not inhale, it taught me to appreciate controllers. You can use them anywhere: from your couch, in your bed and even while skydiving – yet PC gaming is dominated...

It’s Pebble Time

A little under a year ago, I reviewed the Moto 360–Motorola’s first foray into the smartwatch market and the flagship Android Wear device of 2014. Ten months and three repairs later, I decided it was time for a break from Google’s vision for...

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