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Product reviews for gamers; reviews of the best video games, consoles, accessories and gaming technologies.

  • Coy maxwell
    Published 3 months ago
    Unpopular Opinion: Creative games are better than violent games

    Unpopular Opinion: Creative games are better than violent games

    I guess you could say majority of people enjoy games with a lot of ways to die or to survive, such as guns games. These particular types of games are high rated which is expected because of the violence. On the other hand I prefer and enjoy games that require a lot of brain power, because i can use my imagination. Don’t get me wrong, I also like survival video games but as I said I do prefer games like Minecraft and Virtual villagers. Let me explain why. These games are fun and include creating and building most of anything you put your mind to.
  • Joel
    Published 4 months ago
    The new Gigabyte SSD flies with readings at 3480 MB/s

    The new Gigabyte SSD flies with readings at 3480 MB/s

    The write performance of this SSD drive is also overwhelming.
  • Natalie Binger
    Published 4 months ago
    10 Things to Love About Detroit: Become Human

    10 Things to Love About Detroit: Become Human

    Have you ever wondered what life would be like in the future when Artificial Intelligence, androids and automated cars are the norm? Well, that’s the beauty of science-fiction. Have you ever heard the argument that Science-fiction is a precursor to Science-fact? For example, Star Trek introduced the concept of automatic sliding doors, where only manual ones had existed before. So, if something doesn’t exist now, doesn’t mean it never will.
  • DogPaw Reviews
    Published 4 months ago
    Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 2 Pilot review

    Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 2 Pilot review

    Its been one heck of a month for Fortnite, as season 2 has hit and already annoyed a large amount of it players but at the same time brought many back. So let's delve in deeper and analyse this season.
  • DogPaw Reviews
    Published 4 months ago
    Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 1 Review

    Fortnite: Chapter 2 Season 1 Review

    Hello Fortnite fans and those who like gaming in general. I am here with the Chapter 2 Season 1 review. Even though season 2 is now out, I think its better to look back and see what went wrong and what went right.
  • idrial
    Published 4 months ago
    hidden gems games - GRIS

    hidden gems games - GRIS

    One of my goals for 2020 is to actually play through my "never touched" games.
  • Chad Mikaelson
    Published 5 months ago
    Why Final Fantasy VII will always be the Best

    Why Final Fantasy VII will always be the Best

    It was 1997 that the world was given Final Fantasy VII, a RPG that holds the record for most sales in the Final Fantasy series. A game that is so beloved that a remake was brought up during the birth of the PS3 in 2006 when Square wanted to showcase the graphics by remaking the intro scene of FFVII. 12 years later we get definitive proof of FFVII being remade and the gaming community went nuts in joy. I was ecstatic over the news because it was my favorite game of all time and I have played many great games. I will get into why Final Fantasy VII will always remain the best but first let's rank the main titles and my reason for why they are ranked the way they are. This list will not include the tactics games, fighting games or the online games but the sequels for 10 and 13 will be among the list.
  • TheGamersGhost
    Published 5 months ago
    Late in the Game Review: 'Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City'

    Late in the Game Review: 'Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City'

    Remember that feeling of excitement we, as Resident Evil fans, had when the Resident Evil 2 remake was announced? It wasn’t just nostalgia. We were excited to see what Capcom could do with the beloved title of yesteryear and how improvements and updates would enhance the survival horror experience.
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 5 months ago
    Bury Me, My Love

    Bury Me, My Love

    Bury Me, My Love is an indie game that pushes a lot of boundaries. There’s a lot of text adventure games through many mediums, but this is the first one I’ve played based on a Syrian refugee. For a limited time, it was free for Switch Players but on other mediums, you can get the game for less than a fiver. I picked up the game not just because it was free, but because I found the concept and plot interesting.
  • DogPaw Reviews
    Published 6 months ago
    Video Games in literature

    Video Games in literature

    When it comes to creativity and a good story, it can go one of two ways, words on paper or played out on screen. But what if it was produced on both? Some prefer one over the other, but why? This article will tell you about what I think are the pros and cons of having games as books as well as on screen.
  • Max Brooks
    Published 6 months ago
    A Day Out At The National Video Game Museum

    A Day Out At The National Video Game Museum

    Ostensibly, I write articles about video games here. (However if you ever catch me calling myself a “Games Journalist” I want you to shoot me).
  • Giorgi Mikhelidze
    Published 7 months ago
    Lootboxes are killing gaming for everybody (Rant)

    Lootboxes are killing gaming for everybody (Rant)

    Remember the days when you would purchase a video game, be it single-player or multiplayer and you would get the whole game? I do too, but they seem like days long gone and never to return in the future.