Category Archives: Reviews

Batman: Arkham Knight Finally Staggers onto Stage – But Does it Sing?

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Batman: Arkham Knight Rocksteady Studios/Warner Bros. During my initial playthrough of Batman: Arkham Knight, I quickly realized that Batman faced a new enemy who was even more dastardly than the recently departed Joker. This new foe, aptly named the Arkham Knight, looked cool enough, with a sort of neo-gothic, Templar-styled costume absent of any nonsense disposition. He also was revealed Continue Reading...

Watch_Dogs Review

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Ubisoft set the bar incredibly high when they first showcased Watch Dogs back in 2012. Gamers everywhere were jumping on the hype-train expecting this to be one of the biggest games of the year. Therefore it was natural for the gaming community to have high expectations for the game. The real question is, did the game live up to its Continue Reading...

Power Mega Pro – Professional Workstations

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As a company that for 15 years has been selling primarily gaming systems, we like to romanticize gaming as an extremely demanding workload that requires super powerful hardware. There’s no doubt that this is true. Playing the latest PC games not only requires high-performance hardware, the gaming market tends to be a driving force behind the development of faster, better Continue Reading...

FANG Mini Product Tour

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Introducing the FANG Mini Ultra Small Form Factor Desktop PC Working for CYBERPOWERPC, we tend to get a little jaded. We often see all sorts of new gaming hardware – from graphics cards to headphones – roll across our desks months before they are revealed to the public. The sheer volume of things we see every day makes it hard Continue Reading...

King Gothalion Reviews Titanfall

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I would be lying if I said I went into Titanfall without any sort of reservations. The scene was similar. The atmosphere all too familiar. We’ve been here before, right? Military type individuals duking it out in a semi futuristic setting. Yeah, we’ve been there and similarities were preemptively drawn up before touching ground and taking my first jump… and Continue Reading...