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Cloudbuilt Review: Like running on clouds

Cloudbuilt offers an incredible free-run platforming experience. Highly addictive, highly challenging, and highly infuriating, this game pushes the idea of speed running to its limits. Speed and control are the core elements of the game, and if you can’t handle one or the other, this game is going to be a nightmare. However,...
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Life n Soul BN301 Bluetooth Headphones Review

I’ve never reviewed a pair of headphones before. Honestly, aside from earbuds, I rarely even wear them. Lately though, I’ve been seeing the explosion of high-quality headphones on the market, and have begun to develop an itch that needs some scratching. Thankfully, Life n Soul sent us a pair of their BN301 Bluetooth...
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Toukiden: The Age of Demons Review: Monster Jam

When Boris Pickett and Lenny Capizzi were coming up with the song “Monster Mash,” they must’ve been playing a lot of Toukiden: The Age of Demons. Toukiden is the newest monster hunter to hit the market. It’s Tecmo Koei’s stab at taking down the giant that is…Monster Hunter. It was met with critical...
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Broken Age Act I Review: I’m Running Away

Don’t you just hate it when your parents smother you? I’m not talking about the pillow over the face kind of smothering, but the, “Don’t go there, don’t do that, put that thing away!” kind of smothering. And the smothering is totally at its worst when your parents are all about trapping you...
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Blackguards Review: RPG Paradise

When building up hype for Blackguards, Daedalic Entertainment tantalized us with the promise of a dark fantasy RPG that contained a story and characters unique for their twisted elements. “What happens when the only hope of a threatened world lies not with heroes in shining armour but in the hands of a band...
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Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD Review

I was quite excited when Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation was first announced for the PlayStation Vita. The series was five years old by that point and was already starting to grow stale, but then Liberation came along with its exciting new – and female! – protagonist in an interesting setting hardly explored by...
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Anker’s Astro Review

Out of juice on your phone? The Astro 6000mAh Portable External Battery by Anker can help. The Astro is sleek, slim, and easy to use. Simply plug your USB charger into the port on the Astro and let it charge. The design is elegantly simple: matte black with no external buttons. To tell...
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The Banner Saga Review

With the success of games such as Skyrim and Dragon Age: Origins, the fantasy role-playing genre is in vogue. It’s definitely easy to see the appeal in the escapism after all; players love being able to immerse themselves in exciting worlds that offer grand adventures starring none other than the golden hero, destined to...
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MIONIX NAOS 7000 Review

Recently, the Swedish manufacturer MIONIX announced one of their newest gaming mice, the NAOS 7000. This ergonomic mouse comes equipped with many customizable features and a 20-million click lifespan. If you’re searching for a new mouse for your new next-gen rig, should you pick up the NAOS 7000? Why yes, yes you should....
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MIONIX Avior 7000 Review

MIONIX’s latest gaming mouse is perfect for gamers with large hands who need precise performance. It’s designed to be ambidextrous, and conforms well to either hand. The four layers of rubber coating feel pleasant to the touch, and the rubber coating on the wheel is especially nice when paired with the definitive stops...
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