Ultimate comfort – RapidX Ferrino Gaming Chair review

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I’ve got 53 hours commanding my team in XCOM 2. I’ve trekked 49 hours with friends in Borderlands 2. The Dragon Age Trilogy soaked me for over 300 hours, and …

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Search for the Kodama: Nioh review

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After over 12 years in development, Nioh plays like a compilation of every hack-and-slash RPG since the early 2000s, and while it’s almost tempting to write off most of the …

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Yes it Does: Bulldogs: Scifi that Kicks Ass! Review

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Two great empires, wrapped in their majesty and history, watch one another with wary eyes from across a neutral expanse known as the Frontier. Within this untouched stretch of stars …

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Fractured future – Divide Review

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Divide starts off throwing the player directly into the fray. The protagonist and an unnamed woman find themselves fleeing from rolling robots and some sort of security force through the …

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Head tracking and incredible accuracy – Tobii Eye Tracker 4C review

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I was pretty impressed with the Tobii EyeX and said as much in my review. I also pointed out that, while it does spell a new level of maturation, there …

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VR Multiball action – Pinball FX2 VR PSVR review

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Zen Studios has made it their business to create the perfect pinball experience. They have over 70 pinball tables, including licensed properties like Star Wars, Aliens, The Walking Dead, South …

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500 Floors Above Me in the Tower of Barbs: Let it Die review

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Death is scary, but it would be a bit less so if I knew I got to come back and beat up my own reanimated corpse after my painful and …

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Fragments so small you’ll never find them all: Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue review

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Kingdom Hearts, in all its bizarre glory, has relished in the use of numbers and symbols to creep slowly towards the final story in its main enigmatic trilogy. The latest …

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Welcome to the family, son: Resident Evil 7 review

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Resident Evil 7 is simultaneously the biggest departure, and the most classic addition, that the iconic horror series has seen in a long time. It is at times more modern …

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An unnecessary paint job on a Classic – Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 review

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Watching a professional match in Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 (UMvC 3) is one of the most brilliant spectacles in video games. From the health bar-clearing combos to the screen-filling …

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Holy Chaos, Batman: Batman Fluxx Review

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After gaming for awhile, I’ve discovered there are some unique personalities that come to the table. You’ve got people that rage quit, people that take a month to take an …

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Get to work, human meatbag! – Job Simulator PSVR review

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There’s no doubt that the PlayStation 4’s PSVR system has had a pretty solid launch. Many of the products that arrived on launch day were of the simulation variety, eschewing …

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