Review: Creative SXFI Air C finally makes high quality headphones comfortable
by Lewis White
The Creative SXFI Air C used for this review was sent in by the manufacturer. Ever since Creative’s Sound Blaster hardware took the PC world by storm way back in the 80s, the almost legendary audiophiles have done well to contin...
Samsung Note 10 Plus, iPhone XS Max and Huawei P30 Pro battle it out in detailed camera comparison
With the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, a new contender for the smartphone crown has just been launched, meaning it is time for the other leading camera phones, the iPhone XS Max and Huawei P30 Pro, to defend their ground...
Review: Hue is a unique puzzler doused in colourful creativity
Reviewed on Nintendo Switch Never let it be said that games can’t be art. Some offer unforgettable storytelling; others try and provoke meaning through the smallest of details. Some will chuck a lot of colour everywhere, often c...
Review: Astro C40 TR Controller is the best one you can buy for PlayStation 4 but not PC
by Xian He
Ever since the Astro C40 TR Controller was announced, a lot of gamers have been curious about how it works and feels with a PlayStation 4 (PS4) and PC. We’ve been testing it out for the past two months, and it’s by far the bes...
Review: Tropico 6 is a worthy successor with strong foundations
by Chris Body
Played on PC. Satirical city builder Tropico 6 landed recently, and it’s safe to say it’s successfully kept its long loved charm. The opening cutscene of the game gives open nods to Donald Trump’s wall and Twitte...
Review: Mortal Kombat 11 is a fantastic fighter within an amazing martial arts flick
by Lewis White
Reviewed on Xbox One X Since the series first upset parents and politicians back in the nineties, Mortal Kombat has always been a franchise that grew from excess. Excessive violence pillared the series’ original release and has ...
Review: Rico is a B-movie extravaganza with equal amounts of charm and flaws
by Alex Atkin
Reviewed on PC In RICO you play as a cop, enlisted into a secretive task force to get jobs done quickly with little to no questions asked so you can take down the crime lords running the city. You’ve been selected because you’...
Review: Hypnospace Outlaw goes back in time and features brilliant puzzle design
by Alex Atkin
Hypnospace Outlaw is a blast from the past – a fever dream of midi files, flashing stickers, and vomit-inducing colour schemes that was the 90s internet. But it’s not just the turn-of-the-millennia internet aesthetic that ...
Review: Cultist Simulator’s mobile port sacrifices unbelievers but not quality
Reviewed on iOS – specifically an iPhone 8 Plus running iOS 12.1.4. Cultist Simulator is a game where, much like the title implies, you must try your best to establish a cult. It’s not an easy game, unless you happen t...
Review: One Piece World Seeker is everything I could have wanted from an open-world anime game
Reviewed on Xbox One. I will be totally honest: I know nothing about One Piece. Zip. Zilch. Nada. My complete lack of knowledge on the subject thus made it a complete surprise when my editor asked me to review One Piece: World See...