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BATTLLOON Review | Nintendo Switch

BATTLLOON Review | Nintendo Switch

BATTLLOON is the latest from Sony’s publishing label UNTIES and indie developer noname studio. Gather up to four friends and get ready for the balloon fight of the century. Choose from six adorable yet unrelenting characters and propel foes into the spiked walls of colorful arenas filled with dangers like balloon-eating fish, meteors and massive … Continue reading

ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS Review | Nintendo Switch

ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS Review | Nintendo Switch

Yes. That’s three all caps ROCKETS strung together and is the latest title from indie developer, Radial Games. ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS is a neon-induced arena shooter. That means that where this game really shines is when you got multiple players going face-to-face in this fast-paced game of destruction. That’s not to say you can’t play ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS solo, … Continue reading

Pumped BMX Pro Review | Nintendo Switch

Pumped BMX Pro Review | Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch owners looking for a BMX freestyle game don’t have much to choose from at the moment, but what they do have is Curve Digital’s Pumped BMX Pro. Developed by one man studio Yeah Us! Games, the momentum-based BMX freestyler is the sequel to Pumped BMX+ which appeared on other consoles and PC. This … Continue reading

Tribit XBOOM Portable Wireless Speaker Review

Tribit XBOOM Portable Wireless Speaker Review

Wireless speakers are a dime a dozen now. Pretty much all feature Bluetooth connectivity and pretty much all sound decent these days. The problem isn’t the lack of wireless speakers, but which one to choose. Some choose price over quality while others prefer quality over price. However now, there are ones where you no longer … Continue reading

Satechi USB Type-C Mobile Pro Hub Review

Satechi USB Type-C Mobile Pro Hub Review

Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past few years, you may have noticed the gradual takeover of USB Type-C devices. More and more laptops are being released with only USB-C ports as well as smartphones and now tablets. One prime example of this is the new Apple iPad Pro that only includes 1 … Continue reading