Tritton Pro+ Headset review

While most ‘surround sound’ headsets opt for virtual surround using Dolby technology, Tritton prides itself on providing true surround sound using four separate drivers per earcup. Constantly raising the bar, their Pro+ tries to improve on the earlier AX Pro headset. Does it succeed? Continue reading “Tritton Pro+ Headset review”

Deadfall Adventures review (PC)

What do you get when you combine treasure hunting, pressure plate-triggered traps, mine cart chases, Nazi soldiers and a storyline that spans the globe? That’s right… Deadfall Adventures. An obvious homage to the Indiana Jones franchise, the new game by developer The Farm 51 effectively blends Indiana Jones with the Quatermain franchise. We previewed the game earlier and just wrapped up playing the full game. Continue reading “Deadfall Adventures review (PC)”

Space Rangers HD: A War Apart review (PC)

The space opera genre has been around since the days of the original Elite, and has always been familiar territory for games that effectively blends various types of gameplay together. Space Ranger HD: A War Apart doesn’t just confirm this image, it almost defines it. Continue reading “Space Rangers HD: A War Apart review (PC)”

Deux Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut review (X360)

A lot of PC gamers will remember the first Deux Ex from 2000 as an instant classic in the FPS/RPG genre. Many felt the 2003 sequel did not live up to the original, but Invisible War still garnered high review marks everywhere. Enter Deux Ex: Human Revolution, the 2011 prequel released for PC, X360 and PS3 and now updated with a director’s cut edition. After an eight year hiatus, does this title manage to reintroduce the franchise with a bang? We definitely think so – read on to find out why. Continue reading “Deux Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut review (X360)”

WRC 4 review (X360)

We met with developer Milestone last year when they were putting the finishing touched on WRC 3. This year sees the release of its sequel, which includes several tweaks to the core gameplay as well as the game’s presentation. Without a next gen version planned, does the latest entry manage to make enough of a leap forward? Continue reading “WRC 4 review (X360)”