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GTFO Review – The Great Escape

Turtle Rock Studios helped define the cooperative squad-based genre with Left 4 Dead and its recently released spiritual successor, Back 4 Blood. 10 Chamber Collective, a small group of ex-Payday developers, was undoubtedly inspired by the acclaimed zombie-slaying franchise. In truth, the studio’s debut project, GTFO, is Payday meets Left …

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God Of War Review – Reaching A Higher Summit

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment Developer: Santa Monica Studio Release: April 20, 2018 (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), January 14, 2022 (PC) Rating: Mature Reviewed on: PlayStation 4 Also on: PlayStation 5, PC In gruff moments of fatherly instruction, Kratos repeats the phrase “be better” to his son, Atreus. This happens in …

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Infinix InBook X1 Review: An Interesting Balance

Infinix has recently branched out into the laptop category, much like its rivals in the smartphone space, Xiaomi and Realme. With prices starting as low as Rs. 35,999, the company is staying true to its value positioning, and bright colours fit right in with Infinix’s smartphones which are aimed at …

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God Of War Review – Reaching A Higher Summit

In gruff moments of fatherly instruction, Kratos repeats the phrase “be better” to his son, Atreus. This happens in different contexts, but the lesson remains consistent: Your decisions are not bound by precedent, and the choices of others are not examples to follow – they only set standards you can …

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Chorus Review – The Void Of Space

Chorus is a madcap barrage of laser beams, missiles, and impossible space combat dodges, boosts, and chases in its best moments. At its worst, it’s bogged down with tiresome and repetitive encounters, frustrating checkpoints, and bland characters. Sci-fi space combat shooters are a niche genre today, so while I’m thankful …

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Analogue Pocket Review – A Retro Handheld Marvel

Introduction As games industry publishers race to implement shorter loading times, ray-tracing-based rendering, and blockchain technology, retro-hardware-maker Analogue continues to celebrate video game history. With their latest release, the Analogue Pocket, the boutique manufacturer focuses on a fundamental pillar of retro gaming — handhelds.  The Analogue Pocket is a marvel …

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Asus ROG Phone 5 Ultimate Review: For Hardcore Gamers

While Asus introduced three versions of the ROG Phone 5 at launch time a few months ago, the top-end ROG Phone 5 Ultimate has only made its way to India now. All three are purpose-built for gaming, with top-of-the-line hardware including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC and shoulder-mounted AirTrigger buttons, among other uncommon features. …

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Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Review | New Game Network

Sherlock Holmes is a character that has stayed within the public zeitgeist since his first published outing way back in 1887. Since 1887, Sherlock Holmes has been adapted into every storytelling medium, from literature to films and to games, thanks to Frogwares. While the continued public obsession with Holmes isn’t …

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Intel Core i7-12700 + Intel B660 Review

Today we have a combo review of all-new Intel hardware, starting with our first look at some affordable LGA 1700 motherboards designed for Intel’s latest generation Alder Lake processors. These will go well with locked non-K CPU models such as the Core i7-12700 that we have on hand for today’s …

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Hisense 55U6G 55-inch QLED Ultra-HD Smart Android TV Review

Hisense announced its entry in India in mid-2020, and has slowly but steadily expanded its product range here to include options in multiple price categories. Interestingly, the company is also an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for other brands, but has turned its focus to products marketed under its own brand …

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Analogue Pocket Review – A Retro Handheld Marvel

Introduction As games industry publishers race to implement shorter loading times, ray-tracing-based rendering, and blockchain technology, retro-hardware-maker Analogue continues to celebrate video game history. With their latest release, the Analogue Pocket, the boutique manufacturer focuses on a fundamental pillar of retro gaming — handhelds.  The Analogue Pocket is a marvel …

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Solar Ash Review | New Game Network

While I’ve yet to play Heart Machine’s debut title Hyper Light Drifter, it’s a game that has long sat in my backlog as a must-play, with its vibrant neon pixel-art aesthetic and apparent heavy inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Their sophomore release Solar Ash …

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