Diana Review

Most biopics that focus on a public figure try their utmost to release a film that would either improve public opinion of that person, pay tribute to them or uncover
By Sarah Xena Lee on 05 Feb 2014

Acer Aspire E1: Review

After the release of Windows 8 in 2012, much attention had been placed on touchscreen and hybrid laptops. With their touch optimised input and additional functionality, it’s not hard to
By Evan Saunders on 04 Feb 2014

TMNT: Utrom Empire #1 Review

This issue kicks of a new mini-series arc, one that is definitely Krang related. Whilst Baxter Stockman and the Krang joust for control of the Technodrome, it is only Fugitoid
By Byron Hendricks on 29 Jan 2014

Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

For many years now, the Call of Duty franchise could rely on success purely from being the Call of Duty Franchise. As anyone reasonable could tell you though, this does
By Daniel Rom on 28 Jan 2014

Cloudy with A Chance of Meatballs 2 Review

There is nothing more creative than having a scientific contraption that can convert moist weather into food precipitation. The thought of having an open bar available to you anywhere you
By Tshego Motiang on 28 Jan 2014

Logitech M560 Wireless Mouse: Review

Over the past few months, Logitech has placed quite a great deal of emphasis on its range of gaming peripherals from its G-series. The company has developed some of the
By Evan Saunders on 28 Jan 2014

Killzone: Shadow Fall Review

The Killzone franchise, beginning on the PS2, was originally designed to be Sony’s Halo-killer, and desperately failed in that regard. But at the very least, they seem to have understood
By Daniel Rom on 26 Jan 2014

Knack Review

When I was a young person with my first set of games, I had Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon. This made me love the platformer genre. This isn’t some
By Daniel Rom on 26 Jan 2014

The Guardians #1 Review

The Guardians is a tale that follows two superheroes who were created by The Maker in order to protect the people of Delta City, a city that is filled with
By Byron Hendricks on 26 Jan 2014

Pathfinder #7 Review

Something strange is happening at Sandpoint, Valeros and the rest of the team set out to discover the truth behind this beast that is terrorising the locals. A new story
By Byron Hendricks on 26 Jan 2014

The Walking Dead #119 Review

It would seem that Rick has the upper hand in this, “All Out War.” But upon returning to the camp Rick learns that all is not as it seems. The
By Byron Hendricks on 26 Jan 2014