Adventure game veterans, Telltale Games- responsible for the excellent game serial based on The Walking Dead comics, turn their attention to the Dark Knight Detective.
I just can’t get enough of Batman. Behind Daredevil, he is, when done right, my favourite superhero. It possibly gives you an insight into my pent up frustrations that they are both mildly psychotic, very flawed characters. Continue reading Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 1: Realm of Shadows PC review
Space exploration game No Man’s Sky has been a long time coming. We’ve had at least three years of hype. And, as the result of PlayStation taking the game under their wing, what was once just an interesting indie title has turned into THE NEXT BIG THING™. Continue reading No Man’s Sky PS4 review
The Asus Z170-AR looks to provide gamers with an economical, feature-rich motherboard solution, perfect for overclocking and virtual reality. I take a look and put it through its paces.
Never one to miss an opportunity to pull a computer apart, my recent acquisition of an HTC Vive VR kit provided me with the perfect excuse to build a new gaming review rig. Designed with virtual reality in mind, this new beast of a PC utilises some of the best value for money components available without going crazy.
Continue reading Asus Z170-AR motherboard review- Getting ready for VR
The Solus Project is a first-person survival game with support for HTC’s Vive VR kit. This review is mainly based on my VR experience, but I will touch on the game as played on a regular monitor. Continue reading The Solus Project HTC Vive PC review
Crucial’s new MX300 750GB solid state drive finally gives hardcore PC users the fast hard drive space they’ve been asking for.
A measly 120GB or even 250GB SSD is of little use for the PC power user. OK, so you can put the operating system on it, but it leaves precious little space for anything else. Your games and apps are going to have to reside elsewhere on your system, probably on a regular hard drive. Continue reading Hands-on review: Crucial MX300 750GB Limited Edition SSD
I’ve spent the last few weeks putting HTC’s Vive virtual reality kit through its paces. This premium VR system device is a collaboration between Taiwanese cell phone manufacturer HTC and the renowned PC games hub, Steam. Continue reading The VR Revolution Part Two: HTC Vive review
TT Games returns to the Star Wars universe to bring us their quirky and humorous retelling of the latest Star Wars movie with Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Continue reading Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens Xbox One review
Virtual Reality- I can’t even say it without thinking about some early-1990s spandex-suit wearing cheesy vision of the future. But finally, it seems, after loads of false starts, VR is here.
I’ve been wanting to writing about virtual reality for a while now. This first part of a three-part series is a collection of thoughts and experiences that I’ve had around VR over the last year. Continue reading The VR revolution: part one- the future today