Cole Watson

Cole Watson
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Cole Watson is a rookie games writer looking to acquire as much experience as possible. When he's not gaming he loves to build model kits of Japanese mecha and read comics.
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Gigabyte Aorus RX 570 GPU (Hardware) Review – A Familiar Refresh 1

AMD Radeon RX 570 GPU (Hardware) Review – A Familiar Refresh

Another year in tech means another wave of graphics cards from Nvidia and AMD. Yet, AMD’s launch of their RX 500 series has started off on a rather familiar note with...
Ryzen 5 1500X Hardware Review - Pure Performance 1

Ryzen 5 1500X Hardware Review – Pure Performance

After experiencing the power of the flagship R7 1800X, and later the sweet spot for gamers, the R5 1600X, we now come to the pure performance quad-cores offered in AMD’s Ryzen...
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Nex Band Evolution Hardware Review

When I was originally handed the Nex Band Evolution for review it was described to me as the Pokemon GO Plus accessory for the most die-hard players of Niantic’s first acclaimed...
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Ryzen 5 1600X Hardware Review – The Sweet Spot for Gamers

It has only been a few short weeks since AMD released their Ryzen 7 lineup of CPU’s and both sides of the red and blue fence are still passionately debating about...
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Sherlock: A Study in Pink Manga Review

Everyone enjoys a good mystery every now and then. We try to engage ourselves with the plot by analyzing the clues the author has left behind for us to decipher in...
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iPhone 7 Gamevice Hardware Review

One thing I should state before jumping into this review is that I don’t like gaming on mobile devices. When friends show me new or classics games hitting their respective app...
Talking Dystoria With Tri-Coastal Games

Talking Dystoria With Tri-Coastal Games

Three Hills, Alberta is home to one of the latest Indie Game studios to appear within Canada’s borders, Tri-Coastal Games. Made up of an ambitious team of two self-taught devs, Daryl...
Sniper Elite 4: Deathstorm DLC Releases March 21 1

Sniper Elite 4: Deathstorm DLC Releases March 21

Sniper Elite 4 fans have a lot to be excited about on March 21, 2017 with the launch of a brand new DLC campaign and free in-game content for multiplayer. Obviously,...
Asus STRIX GL753 Notebook (Hardware) Review

Asus STRIX GL753 Notebook Hardware Review

A new year begins and right alongside it comes an abundance of budget oriented gaming notebooks. These GTX 1050 Ti machines may be one of the worst kept secrets of NVIDIA’s...
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HyperX Alloy FPS Hardware Review

Kingston’s HyperX line of products are familiar to PC builders craving new RAM modules or gaming audiophiles looking for their next headset. The products deliver consistent quality and performance that keeps...
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X (Hardware) Review

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X (Hardware) Review

It’s been nearly six years since AMD debuted their FX line of processors and were critically bashed for the underwhelming performance. AMD may have launched the first-ever 8-core CPU onto the...
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For Honor Review – A Great Western Fighter

Fighting games are one of the hardest genres in the video game industry for developers to tackle. They require countless hours of testing, balance adjustments, and thought out execution to create...

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