Dark Souls 3 : Review

buy Gabapentin online us how to purchase antabuse Title: Dark Souls 3 Genre: Action Role-playing Game Series: Souls, Dark Souls Publisher: FromSoftware, Bandai Namco Entertainment Release Date: 24 March 2016 (Japan), 12 April 2016 (World Wide) Price: $64.96(steam) Dark Souls III is an action role-playing video game developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The dark souls 3 is the third and final product for the dark souls series from fromsoftware and Bandai Namco.   What is Dark Souls III? This game is the next entry in the Dark…

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Review: SteelSeries Rival 100

When a company like SteelSeries asks its engineers and designers to go back to the drawing board, you can expect a product which will either prove to be a success or something that will betray the hype. Today’s product on the spotlight, The SteelSeries Rival 100, thankfully is a moderately successful creation. Sensor: Set out with an agenda of creating a mouse with all the modern and necessary upgrades, SteelSeries used all their resources to bring forth the Rival 100 which ticked off all the right points on their board…

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Review: NO THING

NO THING is a lot of things

NO THING isn’t necessarily always nothing. It’s certainly a lot of things inside a small package and it’s wonderful to behold as a whole. NO THING is an Indie game from EvilIndieGames, focusing on genres of the old, quite literally. This is one of the very few new-age retro-themed platformer games I’ve played and I’m thoroughly impressed by the amount of simplicity. The simplicity which hides a maddening truth of despair once you step inside the minimalistic art-influenced world of NO THING and crash into the third curve on the…

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Broforce Review

“Explosions, guns and ‘Murica”, these are the words that probably sums up the entire summary of the bad-ass video game called Broforce. Broforce is a side-scrolling run-and-gun action-platformer video game developed by Free Lives and published by Devolver Digital. You ever witnessed those movies where a bunch of muscular soldiers who do not fear death are sent on a suicide mission to save America from foreign threats? Well, this time, it has been done in a video game. Explosions, over-the-top thrill ride, Explosions, over-the-top thrill ride, bad guys and corny…

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Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division

[nextpage title=”Introduction”] We gamers are a pretty critical bunch. We take everything with a pinch of salt and examine each and every part of the product we’re purchasing. To satisfy our gaming needs, developers search high and low for different aspects and genres and sometimes create different new genres. Back in June 10th 2013, the Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 was in full swing. And Ubisoft had taken the stage to present their games in front of the world. They talked about Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag…

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Review In Progress : Track Mania Turbo PC

Trackmania Turbo is an upcoming arcade racing game, developed by Ubisoft Nadeo. Although this isn’t our full review, I’ve had the chance to test the game out a bit and would like to share what I think about the game. Review is based on the PC version of the game played with a controller.  Combine arcade, racing cars and high speeds with each other and you have the game Trackmania Turbo. Trackmania is less focused on real racing, but instead emphasizes on short crazy stunt tracks and high speed neck to neck trials of…

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Stardew Valley Review

  Stardew Valley is a farming and life simulator. This is an old school Harvest moon-inspired simulator unlike any other “simulators” that is reigning the industry right now. It is very fresh in it;s way throughout as it is way different from other games and also contains farming during the time of winter, the time when farming does not happen. It’s challenging, it has a beautiful story to it, an amazing theme which drew me towards the game more and more. It also separates itself from every other mechanics in…

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Antec GX 300 Review – Two Worlds of Design

[nextpage title=”Introduction”] Antec GX 300 : The Budget segment grab  [Disclaimer :  Title caption not to be confused with the Born of Osiris track of the same name.] When one hears the words “Budget”, & “Entry level”, it’s pretty hard to get excited about anything. Be it a once-premium,now entry level, value-for-money-product like an Intel Core i5 2500k, or an AMD/ATI Radeon HD 5870, anything with the aforementioned tags makes demoralization so very easy. But, there’s always the inherent enthusiasm that comes with getting my hands on similarly tagged products…

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Kingston UV 300 SSD Review – It’s All About The Drive

OVERVIEW      From being components of expensive workstation builds to home grown entertainment PC’s, SSDs or Solid State Drives have come a long way since the days of old. With proven high-speed operation and data transfer speeds, a steadily growing number of PC users have gladly adopted SSDs simply because of their sheer utility, although many still doubt the obviously beneficial price to storage curve and hold on to mass storage drives, even though the performance difference between the two heavily compensates for even the smallest amount of data storage.…

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