Posts Tagged ‘Games’

Review: Turtle Beach Elite Pro Complete

by Luciano Rahalon March 15, 2017
With eSports industry on the rise, it is only normal to see more and more manufacturers turn their focus onto the tournament ready headsets. Turtle Beach is just another one of those manufacturers. With their new Turtle Beach Elite Pro, they are hoping to establish dominance. We have reviewed these headphones and here is our […]

Review: 2016 Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset and Base Station

by Nazih Fareson February 3, 2017
Roughly a year after my review of the Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset, the San Francisco based company revealed their newer and fourth generation model in late 2016, with very close core features to the previous edition but with an upgrade base station and cutting a lot on the cords especially for the Xbox One […]

Review: Astro Gaming A40 TR Headset with MixAmp Pro TR

by Nazih Fareson September 9, 2016
After my review of the Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset, the good people over at Astro Gaming thought it was essential to close the loop by testing the brand new models of their Astro Gaming A40. Released in late 2015, the all new Astro Gaming A40 TR (TR stands for “tournament ready”) is available in numerous […]


Review: Trials of the Blood Dragon

by Mazen Abdallahon June 29, 2016
Trials of the Blood Dragon is a strange game. The way it was announced by a bizarre pair of hipsters at Ubisoft’s E3 was strange. The decision to mix Far Cry Blood Dragon and the Trials series was strange (in case you don’t know much about Trials, read our review of the latest in the […]

Review: Mortal Kombat XL

by Nazih Fareson March 24, 2016
Mortal Kombat X offered enough quality to its release in April 2015 to make their way to the gates of the biggest tournaments of fighting games, including EVO Championship Series, but also its own Mortal Kombat Cup for now two year. Almost a year after the release of the Vanilla version and just after the […]

Review: Firewatch

by Nazih Fareson February 27, 2016
For nearly two years, Firewatch had captured the attention of every indie nerd around the world, the same way so many moths are attracted by light-bulbs, with its artistic direction, inspired and supervised by British illustrator Olly Moss. This adventure game in the middle of Wyoming national park has been created by Campo Santo, a young independent studio founded in California by former […]


Review: Trials Fusion: Awesome Level Max Edition

by Nazih Fareson September 2, 2015
Back in August 2009, a small independent developer called RedLynx, is propelled to the front of the scene thanks to the success of Trials HD on Xbox Live Arcade. Three years later, still hand in hand with Microsoft, the Finnish studio masterfully transformed the first opus with Trials Evolution, refining the gameplay while providing a dense content […]

Review: Mortal Kombat X

by Nazih Fareson April 17, 2015
If I mention gruesome fighting, blood spill, spines torn and cracked, you will probably think Mortal Kombat, one of the most violent gaming licenses in the world. After almost four full years, NetherRealm is back to perfect its already successful recipe that was launched with the Mortal Kombat 2011 reboot, now dethroned by its youngest, […]

Review: Trivial Pursuit Live!

by Nazih Fareson February 25, 2015
After Risk and Monopoly Family Fun Pack (which I reviewed previously), Ubisoft topped all of them with one of my favorite board game: Trivial Pursuit Live! Is it becoming more natural to find traditional board games on game consoles? At the same time, is it less natural to play board games on a console when we have the actual […]

Review: 2015 Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset

by Nazih Fareson December 16, 2014
For some years now, San Francisco based Astro Gaming has managed to position itself as a leader in the audio-market dedicated for gamers, mainly through it’s astounding designs and sound performance. The Astro A40 already got high praise from the tech media with it’s incredible 7.1 virtual Dolby Surround system, and is still one of the most […]