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Nvidia RTX A4000 Review

Today we’re taking a look at the Nvidia RTX A4000. That’s the full product name, and it’s probably not what some of you think it is. This isn’t a member of the rumored next-gen GeForce RTX 4000 series, but rather an Ampere-based GPU designed for workstation PCs. You might be …

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iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini Review

We expect big improvements with each new generation of phones from various manufacturers. The industry is at a point where there isn’t much more that a smartphone can do – our personal devices already handle text and video communication, music, movies, games, Web browsing, news, social networking, banking, health tracking, …

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Unsighted Review – The Ultimate ‘Beat The Clock’ Challenge

Unsighted combines entertaining and thoughtful combat and engrossing exploration with a devilish premise. As Alma, you’re a human-like automaton who awakens with amnesia and faces two problems. First, your partner, Raquel, is missing. Second, the world has lost its Anima, the energy source that gives automatons emotion and free will. …

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Back 4 Blood Review – A Familiar Fright

Back 4 Blood’s concept is a slam dunk. Give the team responsible for trailblazing the zombie co-op shooter with Left 4 Dead another shot at the genre, adding a plethora of modern trappings and a new wrinkle to differentiate it from Turtle Rock Studios’ past work. But after countless tech …

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FIFA 22 Review | New Game Network

Last year was a strange one for sports, as the fans were missing from stadiums in all the big football leagues across Europe. But as we start to emerge from the global pandemic, thanks to the vaccine rollouts, spectators have begun to return to the big game. With the EA …

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Far Cry 6 Review | New Game Network

As one of the biggest franchises in the industry, the question that comes with every Far Cry is how much different could it be? The series has honed its formula over the past decade, and the fanbase continues to reward it with higher sales. However, Ubisoft also knows they can’t …

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Lost in Random Review | New Game Network

The author of Alice in Wonderland was a talented mathematician. Lewis Caroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) lectured in mathematics for years, although he is best known for his famous books. His skill with numbers might have been why Alice’s adventures were so quick-witted and oddly creative. What would his …

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Metroid Dread review – “Samus returns in some style”

19 years is an absolute age in gaming, but that’s how long we’ve had to wait for Metroid Dread. There’s almost a two-decade gap between Nintendo’s latest effort and its predecessor, 2002’s Metroid Fusion on the GBA. It was worth the wait. Metroid Dread is a tough, imposing, atmospheric side-scrolling …

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Metroid Dread Review – Astro Dreadnought

The Metroid series is largely defined by its haunting atmosphere and ominous tone. Inspired by the Alien film franchise and the works of H.R. Giger, Metroid has always been only a few steps removed from the horror genre. Metroid Dread inches the series even closer. The moment Samus sets foot …

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Switch OLED Review – Playing With Portable Power

Nintendo has often made an effort to iterate on its existing consoles, often to varying degrees of success. The Nintendo Switch is no stranger to iteration either, with the Lite and the upgraded battery model appearing on store shelves over the last four years. The Switch OLED is the latest …

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