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Review: We Happy Few

We Happy Few

We Happy Few is a game that very quickly drops the player into the deep end of a very disturbing pool and leaves them to sink or swim alone. From the moment the game starts, with the player character at work censoring old newspaper articles, you’re aware that there’s something very wrong in this world.… Continue reading →

Review: Element

Element

Although some may consider the subject of Chemistry to be Boron, or they hated their science teacher enough to want to Barium, Flightless studio’s real-time strategy game, Element, wants you to value your elements. So much so, in fact, that they want you to mine for lots of them, regardless of whether they occur naturally… Continue reading →

Review: NKMOS Premium Magnetic Modular Mount

NKMOS Premium Magnetic Modular Mount

We were lucky enough to have the first pre-production unit of the new NKMOS Premium Magnetic Modular Mount system sent to us to exclusively review before their Kickstarter campaign ends on Friday August 10th. Developed in Brisbane the new system uses a combination of industrial hardware to create one of the most robust, secure &… Continue reading →

Review: NVIDIA Shield TV

NVIDIA Shield TV

One box to rule them all NVIDIA’s Shield TV is one of those products, that as an Australian, has been a long time coming. Half streaming box, half game console, the Android TV powered unit has been wildly successful across North America and Asia for years. Now, finally, we’re seeing the latest version of the… Continue reading →

Review: Intel NUC 8 VR Mini PC – Hades Canyon

Intel NUC 8 VR Mini PC – Hades Canyon

Imagine Apple update the Mac Mini. When Intel released a new CPU every year they put it inside it. When the crazy, mind-blowing, never thought it would happen deal of Intel and AMD putting their tech together in a single integrated graphics solution came to fruition that Apple, whom already has relationships with both companies, took advantage of that and used it in their machine. Then on top of all that they put not one, but two thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, two HDMI ports, two DisplayPort ports and say... hmmm... I dunno... seven? Yeah why not... *seven* USB ports essentially making both the front and backs of the machine a cornucopia of inputs and outputs. Continue reading →