Cole Watson

Cole Watson
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Cole Watson is CGMagazine's Sr. PC Hardware Editor. When not reviewing the latest and greatest tech offerings, Cole spends his time as an enthusiast of games, collectibles and model kits
Latest Articles From Cole Watson
SteelSeries Rival 110 (Hardware) Review- The Core Essentials 3

SteelSeries Rival 110 (Hardware) Review- The Core Essentials

Instead of rolling out their next generation of gaming peripherals, SteelSeries has opted for a different approach by deciding to update their fan favourite products to match the current industry standards...
Google Pixel 2 XL Review: A Controversial Flagship 7

Google Pixel 2 XL Review: A Controversial Flagship

When the original Google Pixel released in 2016 it was received with open arms by critics and the public. While not the most original design on the market, the Google Pixel...
Logitech MX Sound Speakers Review 1

Logitech MX Sound Speakers Review

Gaming headsets have become the essential all-in-one sound system for many players. While these are a great product for delivering an isolated and immersive experience, they leave little room for socialization...
Battle Chef Brigade (Switch) Review- Cooking Up a Storm

Battle Chef Brigade (Switch) Review – Cooking Up a Storm

A competition styled cooking game couldn’t release at a better time. The anime, Food Wars, is back for its third season this fall and even the prestigious Iron Chef has returned...
Microsoft Surface Laptop (Hardware) Review - Lacking Wow Factor

Microsoft Surface Laptop (Hardware) Review – Lacking Wow Factor

Microsoft’s Surface line of products has existed for over four years and has gone in various directions trying to please every possible consumer base it possibly can. After releasing tablets for the...
Logitech Craft Keyboard (Hardware) Review- Built For Creators 1

Logitech Craft Keyboard (Hardware) Review – Built For Creators

As hardware continues to develop, companies are able to diversify their offerings and target new markets with specialized products. Such is the current case with Logitech, whose proven reputation is built...
Assassin’s Creed Origins Review- Ancient Egypt Brought Back to Life 8

Assassin’s Creed Origins Review- Ancient Egypt Brought Back to Life

The Assassin’s Creed franchise used to mean a lot to me as a kid since the first game released back in 2007. Each time a new entry came out I would...
Destiny 2 Feels Right at Home on PC 6

Destiny 2 Feels Right at Home on PC

Nearly two months after its original release on current-gen consoles, Bungie is finally taking its first steps back into the massive ecosystem of PC gaming with Destiny 2. After beating the...
Gundam Versus (PS4) Review- Incredibly Addictive, But Flawed 5

Gundam Versus (PS4) Review- Incredibly Addictive, But Flawed

After the travesty that was Gundam: Extreme VS Force, it’s great to see Bandai Namco Entertainment bring a proper Gundam Versus game to the West. Packed with over 100 mobile suits...
Asus Pro B9440UA (Notebook) Review 3

Asus Pro B9440UA (Notebook) Review

While Asus has been riding high on its Republic of Gamer’s branded workstations and laptops, the company also continues to make strides with its business-targeted division. The Asus Pro B9440UA is...
One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition (Switch) Review 1

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition (Switch) Review

While Nintendo Switch players eagerly await the next big exclusive first-party exclusive to come down the pipeline, Bandai Namco Entertainment aims to make that wait a little more bearable by re-releasing...
SteelSeries Apex M750 (Mechanical Keyboard) Review 7

SteelSeries Apex M750 (Mechanical Keyboard) Review

The last SteelSeries mechanical keyboard I tested was the Apex M500, and that was over a year ago. While the board had great build quality for its price, the largest complaints...