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HP Chromebook 14 Review

With Chromebooks becoming increasingly popular and can be found at most electrical retailers such as Argos. The HP Chromebook is the latest edition to the Chromebook line and can be bought for as little as £249.99, today we're taking a look at the new HP Chromebook 14, which is available in 'White' (basically silver), Turqoise, and Peach. Of course, we were sent the lovely bright Peach variant with DataPass, so how did it perform?

Climb Tower, Slay Dragon, Save World – Toren Review

The sun never sets, the world is dying and there's only one who can bring back the cycle of day and night. You. Toren is...

Life is Strange: Episode 2 – Out of Time Review

Life is Strange has one of the best soundtracks to a game that I've ever heard. Jonathan Morali and his band Syd Matters who are behind choice of music and the original score together are a genius. I could spend hours just wandering through the town of Arcadia Bay exploring every nook and cranny with this in the background if I weren't already overly invested in the story, and this time the choices aren't as simple as we first experienced in the debut episode.

Hitman: Sniper Review: Sofa Sniper

Square Enix Montreal are the talent behind the pretty incredible Hitman GO a game which took the tactical gameplay from the larger Hitman series and turned it into a diorama-like boardgame. Hitman: Sniper on the other hand puts players behind the scope of a high-powered rifle perched atop a hillside above a fairly large mansion complex. There are no puzzle elements here, just the good-old aim and shoot mechanic. But how does a shooter such as this translate onto mobile? Does it really work?
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Phil the Pill Review: Keep on Rollin’

Curious Media took to Kickstarter a little over a year ago to seek funding to develop their adorable puzzle-based mobile game, Phil the Pill. With a great concept in mind and a some fantastic concept art the game looked sure to secure the $40,000 they were seeking in order to get the game to completion. Unfortunately that didn't happen but it wasn't the end for this tough little pill bug (or Woodlouse if you're British) and development continued, albeit a little slower.

Family Guy The Quest for Stuff Review; What a Frickin’ Bore.

Family Guy The Quest for Stuff had everything going for it on the run up to its release last week. It's a Family Guy game, it's a new time-management game for me to lose my life to, and it was written by the team behind the show. What could go wrong? Well.. everything apparently. Perhaps I got my hopes up too high, or the game is as boring and as terrible as I'm finding it.

The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 16 Review: “Conquer”

The season finale of The Walking Dead is intense. Hold on to your butts, because the finale of TWD’s season 5 is freaking intense. Stuff,...

Bound By Flame Review – Demonic Disappointment

Before ash-ridden eyes, the ravaged lands of Vertiel trickle forth like tears down battle-hardened cheeks. A world torn apart by wars between the free peoples and their Undead oppressors from the distant north. Swamps flow into arctic tundra, each filled with corrupted beasts capable of ripping men asunder with nothing more than a twitch of their claws. Sorcery meets sword on the field of battle. A field where each soldier has the power to change the tide of war in a manner of their own choosing. Bound By Flame promises such an adventure to you, gamer.

Bloodsports.TV Review

You'll be forgiven if you look at Bloodsports.TV and instantly think you're picking up Borderlands: The MOBA. From the art style to the violent, apocalyptic setting and the masked psychopaths intent on causing destruction, I'd say that you would be entirely right in thinking such.

Mortal Kombat X (iOS) Review

Mortal Kombat X for iOS is enjoyable, impressive, and free to play Mortal Kombat has been the talk of the town this month with the...

Assassin’s Creed Unity Review

The Assassin's Creed series has been to America, Italy and the Caribbean, now it’s time to take on one of the bloodiest periods in modern history: the French Revolution. Some people are getting tired of new Assassin's Creed games each year but for some of us it has been one of the best history lessons we’ve ever had, although I would check some of your fact before writing an essay based on the life of Ezio, Connor or Edward (I learnt that one the hard way). This year we get a new Assassin, the largest crowds ever seen in video games, and a rag tag collection of historical characters.

Agent Alice (iOS) Review: Like a Carrot on a Stick

Agent Alice launched on the App Store and Google Play a few weeks ago, and since then my wife and I have been settling down of an evening to play through Wooga's new hidden object adventure game. But this isn't just any old hidden object game, there's something unique about it.. almost.. supernatural? But is the episodic free-to-play title full of hide-and-seek goodies? Or does the games in-app purchases and forced waiting times hinder the investigation?

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! Review – Jack Is Back

There are very few games that can keep me occupied for hundreds of hours but the two previous Borderlands games are near the top...

Chip’s Challenge 1 and 2 Review

25 years after its original release, classic puzzle adventure game, Chip's Challenge, has been revived from the archives of gaming history and released back...
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Nokia Lumia 1320 Review

Budget phablets are something that have not really landed on Western shores as they have in the Asian market and the steadily increasing smartphone scene of other emerging economies. This leaves UK punters looking for a large-screen device limited to the pricey Xperia Z Ultra and Samsung Galaxy Mega and Note ranges...

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