Greak: Memories of Azur review – NME

“Greak: Memories of Azur is tantalisingly close to being a good game, but multiple design decisions pull it back from a recommendation. Despite a gorgeous art style and pretty soundtrack, actually playing this one is too often a fiddly and imprecise lesson in frustration.” Read the full scored review on NME.com

‘Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy’ interview – NME

“How many lines of dialogue is enough for a Groot? That’s the kind of question that buzzes around my mind when given the chance to speak to Steve Szczepkowski and Richard Jacques, the senior audio director and composer, respectively, for the upcoming Guardians Of The Galaxy game. How often do you get to ask someone something like…

Sonic Colors Ultimate preview – GodisaGeek

“A commercial success, Sonic Colors was the calm before the storm. Playing it in 2021, with upscaled visuals, better performance, and all the things you’d expect was… well it was refreshing. A remaster of the Wii version, it looks great and runs well. I played through the first world via a digital preview event, and…

HTC Vive Pro 2 review – GodisaGeek

“Ultimately, the HTC Vive Pro 2 is for people who are serious about VR. But also for people who have a pretty beefy computer. The age old question of “is VR worth it?” or “are the games there yet?” is probably largely still up for debate. But the truth is you won’t get experiences like…

PNY XLR8 CS3040 M.2 NVMe SSD with Heatsink review – GodisaGeek

“Being a Gen 4 x4 drive, this is about as top end as you can get. It’s also a future proof drive, really, and faster than anything we’ve tested before. To get down to numbers, this is an SSD that can transfer at 5600MB per second read speeds. On top of that, it has write speeds…

The 10 best Xbox games of the decade – Red Bull

“Microsoft redefined gaming in the 2000s. In a space that once upon a time only Nintendo, Sega, and Sony would fight for supremacy in, Microsoft helped lead the charge creating a whole new way for gamers to play in Xbox LIVE. While not a totally new idea, the sheer connectivity afforded to the Xbox brand…