Where the original PIllars sometimes felt like just another one of those games, Deadfire makes a strong and compelling case for itself as potentially one of the best the genre has produced to date.
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Set in the venerable pen-and-paper roleplaying setting of the same name, BattleTech sees you take control of a motley crew of mecha-mercenaries for hire.
Developed locally by Canberra-based independent game studio Uppercut Games, City of Brass is a roguelike first-person action game. Playing as a thief in search of treasure, you’re tasked with running, jumping, whipping and slashing your way through t...
Set in an post-apocalyptic alternate-history version of steampunk England, the game sees you take control of a small band of survivors who set forth from London after a new Ice Age begins.
Trackpad aside, the new Razer Blade Pro doesn’t exactly to solve any of the underlying or enduring drawbacks to the gaming laptop experience, but that’s not to say it can't find a way to thrive within those limitations.
With the Razer Hyperflux Mamba and Firefly, some of gaming’s best ergonomics meet some of its most exciting tech.
Developed by Iron Galaxy, Extinction is a procedurally-generated fantasy action game where you play a singular-but-exceptional swordsman who faces off against a legion of Kaiju-sized humanoid behemoths known as Ravenii.
Even as someone with some pretty spotty exposure to the series’ trademark combination of adventure tourism and provocative ultra-violence, Far Cry 5 feels very run-of-the-mill.
The Seiren Elite is as simple as condenser mics come and juggles a winning combination of both looking and sounding good.
Even if it is a little by the numbers, the AERO 15 does a more than serviceable job of holding its edge.
Unless you’re really, really, invested in one of the titles in the present lineup of supported Dolby Atmos games- this is a tricky sell.
Sea of Thieves is the kind of thing where your mileage is unerringly going to come down to the kind of people you play it with.
Pitched as an ultra-detailed simulation of medieval 1400s Bohemia with an easy-to-learn, hard-to-master melee combat system, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is staggeringly-ambitious as far as debut efforts go.
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine review: An evocative adventure that can't help but overstay its welcome
After losing your soul to a mysterious talking wolf in a game of cards, Where The Water Tastes Like Wine sees you cast out into a sprawling, silhouetted vision of 1900s America.
With an Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GTX 10-Series graphics card and 120Hz display to its name, the FX503 comes well-equipped but in a weird position.
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