Month: January 2019

MSI P65 Creator 8RE Review 2

MSI P65 Creator 8RE Review

MSI has been making some impressive moves in the laptop space. The MSI G65 Stealth was one of my personal favourite laptops of the last few years, offering users power and style that was something I had grown to expect from Razer and Apple, but not from MSI. Once again MSI has proven themselves with the MSI P65 Creator 8RE, A laptop from their line of products built for creators, and it is stunning, exudes class, and comes out as a flat our winner for the company.

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Pixels & Ink: Episode #300

Pixels & Ink: Episode #300 – Metroid Prime Trouble

The Pixels & Ink crew reunite after a brief hiatus with a brand new format……and we’re already talking about Nintendo.

After announcing that Metroid Prime 4‘s development has officially restarted under the control of Retro Studios, Cole, Alex, and Jordan go into deep discussion about how this announcement affects the eagerly awaited sequel, and if there’s anything positive to draw from it.

Jordan brings to light Nintendo’s transparency, Cole uncovers games that have undergone a similar development cycle, and Alex brings new perspectives to the table as a growing fan of the Metroid franchise. Lastly, the crew break down what they’d love to see from the next entry in the Metroid Prime saga.

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Wargroove (Switch) Review 1

Wargroove (Switch) Review

The moment players see that adorable orange fish giggle; they know they are in for quite a treat. Chucklefish games have become one of the standout studios of the indie scene after building an impressive catalogue of games in Stardew Valley, Risk of Rain, and Starbound. These are games that players continue to lose themselves in for hours with ease, and their latest title, Wargroove, is no exception. Inspired by the turn-based strategic gameplay of Advance Wars and Fire Emblem, Wargroove breathes new life into this sub-genre of strategy games by handing players the tools to create their own scenarios and campaigns and share them with others online.

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Seagate Launches Game Drive for PlayStation 4 Systems Officially Licensed by Sony Interactive Entertainment 1

Seagate Launches Game Drive for PlayStation 4 Systems Officially Licensed by Sony Interactive Entertainment

New External 2TB Capacity Drive Upgrades Storage for More Titles and Game Portability

CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ: STX), a world leader in data storage solutions, today announced the new Game Drivedesigned for PlayStation®4 (PS4™) systems to boost storage and offer game portability1.

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Kingdom Hearts III (PS4) Review in Progress 1

Kingdom Hearts 3 (PS4) Review

To critique a game like Kingdom Hearts 3 is to walk an impossible tightrope. Seventeen years of winding narrative threads borne out of unthinkable connections between Square Enix and Disney superstars have all led to this: the conclusive chapter in one of the most popular video game series of the modern era. Kingdom Hearts III is a game so buoyed by sky-high expectations that it would be nothing short of miraculous for it to garner universal acclaim.

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