Category: REVIEWS

IOTransfer 3 – Probably the best iOS manager available right now

iPhones especially and smartphones, in general, have come a long way over the past few years. We have the possibility to store a lot of content on our devices and we usually do just that. Thankfully, now we have a lot of storage space on our gadgets. Even so, we… IOTransfer 3 – Probably the ...

The Banner Saga Review

Taking risks and living with the consequences. That’s what the Banner Saga feels like, most of the time. Stoic’s universe seems to be carefully crafted from legends of old and faery-tales alike, and sets players into a deep, mature and deeply rewarding world filled with peril and battered-down warriors. For most of the time, you ...

Loadout Review

Edge of Reality’s Loadout has been recently released on Steam, and it’s completely free to pick up and play. As with any free-to-play title, it comes with a microtransaction system, but unless you feel the need to stand out and buy goofy outfits, there’s no real incentive to spend real money. So what’s Loadout? It’s ...

The 3 Best Adaptations Of Video Games In Pop Culture

Games should generally stay on their original platforms. No one wants a Pacman movie. Prince Of Persia was iconic until it hit the big screen. And Hitman had the chance to change the trend but wasted it. There’s a reason we mostly skip through the narrative parts of games – it’s because the narrative comes ...

Jack Hammer Review

Anyone who’s visited an online casino recently will have been amazed by the range and variety of slots on offer. From film franchises to lucky leprechauns and from magic crystal mines to Aladdin’s caves, you’ll find them all, and more. But, until now, we’ve never come across one that harks back to the classic noir ...

Mega Man Legacy Collection Review – Back to Basics

Mega Man Legacy Collection brings the first six Mega Man games to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo 3DS (to be released later this year). Digital Eclipse has done an exceptional job with porting these classic NES games to current-gen consoles. Not a pixel is out of place, and the original audio has been recreated with ...