Thrustmaster’s T. Flight Full Kit X meets Top Gun: Maverick

As an outlet that covers both video games and movies, few things are as exciting as crossovers between the two. The release of Top Gun: Maverick in cinemas marks such an occasion, as a free expansion for Microsoft Flight Simulator just came out that makes the base game a far more thrilling experience. To make things even more exciting, we took to the skies to channel our inner Pete Mitchell with a Thrustmaster T. Flight Full Kit X set, which is an affordable but quality option for those looking to take their flight sims to the next level. It’s also compatible with PCs as well as Xbox consoles, both of the platforms that can actually run Flight Simulator. Time for a closer look. Continue reading “Thrustmaster’s T. Flight Full Kit X meets Top Gun: Maverick”

Creative SXFI Theater review

Creative’s SXFI technology made a big splash at the 2019 and 2020 editions of the CES in Las Vegas, picking up a large number of awards for audio quality and innovation. Its use of “headphone holography” has since been implemented in a number of different products, and as an outlet that focuses on both gaming and movies it’s the SXFI Theater that really managed to draw us in. Here’s what makes this headset unique, why we like it, and what we didn’t like about it. Continue reading “Creative SXFI Theater review”

Owly (Bigben Kids) review

For years, we knew Bigben as a publisher of videogame franchises like the WRC games, Tennis World Tour and Sherlock Holmes. The name vanished from the public eye when it changed to Nacon, but now it’s back with its Bigben Kids label – bringing innovative tech to toys for kids. We take a look at one of their new products today by checking out the Owly, a combination of a night light, story projector and music player. Continue reading “Owly (Bigben Kids) review”