The press conferences are over and E3 2019 has drawn to a close. It's been another week of the big publishers (except Sony) to show what's coming to our PCs, consoles and mobile devices over the next year or so. Instead of doing a play by play of each Conference, we've decided to mix it… Continue reading E3 2019 Overview
As much as I, DingleTheViking (Previously Kuniku), am a fan of fighting games I've never enjoyed the style of the NRS titles - so felt I would struggle to give a fair review - so I asked my younger brother if he'd like to do a guest spot for us. So check out Xerte's first… Continue reading Mortal Kombat 11 – Guest Review!
Aside from my recent return to the lands of Skyrim, most of my lunch breaks this year have been spent playing indie games on my Switch while sat in my car. Which is why a great deal of my reviews have been about retro-style pixel art indie gems. Most of these have been hack and… Continue reading Super Blood Hockey – Retro “Sports” Fun!
Retro-Style 8/16bit indie titles are all the rage currently, they bring a sense of nostalgia even when the games aren’t themselves old or remasters. And a lot of these titles follow old genre tropes, be it platformer, “Metroidvania” or RPG – usually while throwing in their own mechanics to add a twist that makes them… Continue reading Katana Zero
It has been a while since we’ve reviewed anything not,strictly, gaming related. However, the timing of Anker emailing me asking if wewould like to review some of their newer PowerCore and PowerCore+ portable batteriescouldn’t have been better. It had been just the day before that I’d been sayingto Lefranzine that our year’s old portable batteries… Continue reading Anker PowerCore/+ Portable USB Batteries