Acer One Review 1

Acer One Review

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The budget PC market has always been highly competitive, and pretty much every manufacturer is in a race to the bottom in terms of pricing. Surprisingly, though, that hasn't stopped them from trying out all kinds of designs and throwing in popul
Transistor for iOS Review: As Good as It's on the PC 2

Transistor for iOS Review: As Good as It’s on the PC

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Transistor – made by Bastion creators Supergiant Games – first released in May 2014 for the PlayStation 4 and Windows, followed by Linux and OS X versions in October. Following in Bastion's footsteps, the game was released for iOS de
Batman: Arkham Knight Season of Infamy DLC Review 3

Batman: Arkham Knight Season of Infamy DLC Review

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Batman: Arkham Knight has been one of the most controversial games this year. Although the game itself was well received, it wasn't without its flaws, and we aren't even talking about the highly lacklustre PC port, which even after multiple
Rainbow Six Siege Review 5

Rainbow Six Siege Review

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In a year dominated by twitchy first-person shooters that rely on reflexes and instinct such as Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and Halo 5, Rainbow Six Siege is a breath of fresh air for fans of multiplayer shooters. Based on the Tom Clancy series of the
Acer Liquid Z630s Review 6

Acer Liquid Z630s Review

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After a long hiatus, Acer is taking another shot at the Indian smartphone market with two new budget offerings. The Taiwanese company recently announced the Liquid Z530 and Liquid Z630s Android smartphones, which we first saw at IFA 2015. The new off
The Crew: Wild Run Review 7

The Crew: Wild Run Review

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Last year, Ubisoft, the purveyor of fine historical murder simulators, quirky strategy games, and oft-delayed tactical shooters, also released The Crew. It's a racing game that promised you'll never drive alone what with a sprawling open-wo