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”

Creative Live! Cam Sync 1080p V2 review

At this point it’s hard to find someone who hasn’t been involved in a video call in the past 18 months, but what about those without a smartphone, tablet or laptop with a built in camera? Creative has an excellent and affordable solution for them with the Creative Live! Cam Sync 1080p V2 – here’s a closer look at it. Continue reading “Creative Live! Cam Sync 1080p V2 review”

Developer interview: Gamedust / Yupitergrad

Those of you who regularly follow us know how much we enjoy the growth of VR as a medium for games. One of the pleasant VR surprises this past year was Yupitergrad by Gamedust, so when we got the chance to chat with Jakub Matuszczak, the COO of Gamedust and exchange some thoughts on the state and future of VR, we seized the opportunity. Here’s what we learned. Continue reading “Developer interview: Gamedust / Yupitergrad”