Kingdom Come Deliverance (PlayStation 4) Review

Brendan Quinn

Brendan’s favourite things in the world are videogames, comic books, and snowboarding. Not talented enough to actually work in these industries, he is content to write about them.

Kingdom Come Deliverance (PlayStation 4) Review 2

Kingdom Come Deliverance (PlayStation 4) Review

Kingdom Come: Deliverance had a ton of baggage attached to it right from the get-go, thanks to some rather controversial comments from the game’s director, Daniel Vávra. If the views, comments, or ideas espoused by Vávra affect whether or not you want to play the game, or support Warhorse (the developers) that’s your decision. Like […]
Sennheiser HD1 In-Ear Bluetooth Headphones Review: Sennheiser Does it Again 5

Sennheiser HD1 In-Ear Bluetooth Headphones Review: Sennheiser Does it Again

Sennheiser continues to knock it out of the park with the HD1 in-ear Bluetooth headphones.
Nintendo officially reveals Nintendo Labo 2

Nintendo officially reveals Nintendo Labo

Nintendo has announced their latest innovation, Nintendo Labo, an interactive line of build-and-play model kits that work in conjunction with the Nintendo Switch. The kits are aimed at players looking to build and create their own experiences on Nintendo’s console. Modular sheets of cardboard are used in combination with the Switch and the Joy-Con controllers […]
The Surge: A Walk in the Park Review

The Surge: A Walk in the Park (PS4) Review

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to wander around an abandoned amusement park, filled to the brim with hyper aggressive robotic mascots that are trying to kill you?
Sharp LC55LBU591C Review - Mid-Range 4K 4

Sharp LC55LBU591C Review – Mid-Range 4K

The latest offering from Sharp and Roku is a solid entry in the mid-range 4K market that works great for streaming or gaming.
Nioh has the Best Combat of 2017, Period. 4

Nioh has the Best Combat of 2017, Period.

It’s Game of the Year time again, and let’s be honest here; it’s a safe bet that nearly every single list will be topped by Nintendo’s heavy hitters: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey. Being the natural contrarian that I am, and safe in the knowledge that my personal selection […]
Wolverine Podcast Officially in the Works

Wolverine Podcast Officially in the Works

The Marvel Empire is once again expanding into new territory with a ten-episode, scripted podcast titled Wolverine: The Long Night. According to Mashable, the serialized story will run in 2018 on Sticher Premium, and will be released on other platforms come Fall. The story will revolve around two agents who venture to a small town in […]
Sennheiser 4.40BT Headphones Review 6

Sennheiser 4.40BT Headphones Review

The Sennheiser 4.40BT headphones are one of the best sets in this price range, with great sound, easy-to-use controls, and amazing battery life.
The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim VR Review: Fresh Ideas, Bad Controls 3

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Review: Fresh Ideas, Bad Controls

I swear Skyrim has seen more releases on more platforms than any other game. Despite the game essentially being the same between the various special editions and ports, every time it drops on a new platform people rush to snap it up and see what remains familiar and what’s new. This latest edition, on the […]
Heading back to the Second World War, an Interview With Sledgehammer Games

Heading back to the Second World War, an Interview With Sledgehammer Games

It’s been 11 years since the Call of Duty franchise was set in the Second World War. The franchise began with this conflict but over the last decade has tackled settings ranging from modern conflict to near-future warfare. However, with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus dropping recently to the praise of critics and fans, it […]


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