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Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden review: Ducking awesome

Take XCOM, mix in some humor and stealth mechanics, add a few memorable characters, and you get Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden. Ever since I laid my eyes on the first gameplay video for Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden, I was eager to play it. The promise of XCOM-like turn-based combat with real-time exploration and stealth is pretty much everything I...

Asus announces new series of Z390 motherboards

With the echoes of Intel's 9th generation CPUs launch still in the air, Asus doesn't miss a beat as they launch their new motherboards series for the Z390 chipset. A year after the six cores Coffee Lake generation launch, Intel is back again with more cores, higher frequencies, and the new Z390 chipset. Intel's 9th generation CPU will support up...

AOC’s AGON 3 gaming monitors feature sleek design and stunning refresh rate

AOC AGON 3 monitors
Over the years, AOC has become a solid brand of gaming monitors, providing high value for your money. Now, they are hoping to continue that reputation with the new AGON III series of monitors, and we are here to bring you all the juicy details. https://youtu.be/FNxq1lsVa04 AOC AG273QCX Monitor The AG273QCX is a curved, 27" QHD (2560 x 1440) monitor featuring a 144Hz refresh rate and...

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA available now on Switch with all DLC included

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA
NIS America has released the new installment in the veteran Ys series -  Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA on Nintendo Switch. I use the word "new" here rather liberally since the game is out on PS4 and PS Vita since 2017. But now fans of the series can replay it (or play it for the first time) on the Switch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VCsZJwBM0E Ys...

Middle-earth: Shadow of War review: Lord of the Orcs

Shadow of War review
Welcome back to Mordor. Are you ready to pick up where you left off 3 years ago? Good, because Middle-earth: Shadow of War brings back everything that was great about Shadow of Mordor, but supersizes it and serves extras on the side. Shadow of War is a direct sequel, so the story continues almost exactly where we the previous game...

Battle Chasers: Nightwar review: The thrill of the chase

Battle Chasers: Nightwar review
Battle Chasers: Nightwar is a wonderful homage to early '90s JRPGs, or as the developers put it - a love letter to the genre. The game is based on a graphic novel that was published in the '90s, created by Joe Madureira. Madureira is the co-founder of Airship Syndicate, the developers of Battle Chasers: Nightwar, and also served as the creative director of...

Destiny 2 review: Some things are just meant to be

Destiny 2 review
The Last City on earth has fallen to the Red Legion - a new, powerful and merciless army of many different races, led by the intimidating Dominus Ghaul. Once the Legion takes control on The Traveler, the connection between the Guardians and the Light is severed, and their abilities disappear. Here is where we come in, in an attempt...

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