We've got a Sensei Ten Neon Rider Gaming Mouse and a Neon Rider QcK L Mousepad up for grabs!
SteelSeries Neon Rider Give Away!
The World Game is back, natch, so we go through all the big changes coming in EA’s FIFA 21.
FIFA 21 Preview - Inside the Big Gameplay Changes Coming
Grounded is a lot of fun - but like any backyard being put forth to the producers of Backyard Blitz, it needs some work.
Grounded - Early Access Impressions
Where the BenQ EW3280U immediately impresses is with its colour accuracy and vibrance, making it perfect for firing up 4K content.
BenQ EW3280U 32" 4K HDR Display Review
Maneater
Maneater

Genre: Open-World
Developer: Tripwire Interactive Official Site: https://www.tripwireinteract...
Publisher: Deep Silver Classification: MA15+
Release Date:
May 2020
Friday, 22 May 2020
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:19pm 22/05/20 | 5 Comments
While I reviewed the game on Xbox One, and it looks gorgeous on my Q9 Samsung 4K HDR QLED, our man Kosta "Kbit" Andreadis (aka "Toadovsky"), captured the first near 30 minutes of the game's PC release and I'm not too proud to say, I'm jelly of the visual fidelity he's playing it in.

To set it up, this is where the game establishes story, so if you don't want spoilers, head on over to my spolier-free review for more, but there isn't much here by way of taking the experience away from you, rather this is a good indication of motivation, movement, environments and world-building as well as tone, beyond our words, this might be a good way to make a choice on whether or not you feel like diving into this toothy affair.

Watch the full video embedded below.

Post by Steve Farrelly @ 08:24pm 22/05/20 | 0 Comments
Tripwire Interactive's Maneater is a breath of fresh oxygenated water through the gills, as far as gaming is concerned, where we take on the role of a young Bull Shark and nurse her through a life less loved by humans and other beasties of the sea, graduating her from a young 'un through to an elder statesfish. And all while eating up as much trash as possible -- in this case "trash" is interchangeable between literal trash and figurative humans as trash.

It's not without its faults, but the game goes to a lot of lengths to keep players engaged, enlightened and entertained. Here's a snippet:
It’s an odd reference to make, but Maneater reminds me a lot of games from the late 90s and early noughties. In fact, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater came to mind early, if only for the checklist-styled objectives riddled throughout the game-world, alongside the irreverent humour and the permeation of pop-culture Easter eggs. And this helps the game remain one step ahead of itself -- it doesn’t take itself seriously, but the setup alone is a thinker for us bipeds, giving food for thought on just what the world beneath any watery surface looks like to the actual custodians of those spaces. Naturally liberty has been taken on the social commentary side of the game, so it’s (hopefully) more over-the-top than the real world, but in our current climate with those in charge… I dunno. And I also digress.
Click here for our in-depth Maneater review.