Thursday, July 29, 2021


Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Review

After sweeping the PC crowd with their hit Monster Hunter World, Capcom has released another Monster Hunter game on PC. A vastly different experience...

Green Hell Review – PS4

Survival games are now one of the core pillars of modern video games. Even though the survival genre is now saturated with a dozen...



Encased Preview

Encased is an isometric turn-based CPRG that takes influences from the older Fallout games before they shifted to 3D. It's been in early access...

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Quick Test: HIKVISION C100 240GB SSD Review

Thanks to low prices of NAND flash and cheap controllers, the low-end SSD market is on a rise. We have a number of players...

3 Ways to Back Up a Mac That Won’t Boot

Mac computers are reliable computers in terms of both software stability and hardware durability. However, chances, slim though, are that your Mac machine suddenly...

Top “Find The Differences” games for Android

Want to play some cool, exciting, and challenging games? Here is a list of the Top 6 Best Free Find the Difference Games for Android. These...

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review

Insomniac's Spider-Man was a smash hit when it came out, giving players what was arguably one of the best video game outings of the...
hyperx cloud core 7.1 review

HyperX Cloud Core 7.1 Review – A New Midrange Gaming Headset

In terms of performance, the Cloud Core 7.1 sounded good with a variety of games, music, and videos. With virtual 7.1 surround sound turned on, games sounded very clear with not much problem regarding pinpointing footsteps and such. Although the microphone was not as loud as I expected with the audio control box, this was fine for online chats and casual gaming. Coming at around 6.5K INR the Cloud Core 7.1 is an affordable choice considering the comfort level it offers along with a no-nonsense audio experience.