Reviews

Game Review: Neon Shadow, a blast from the past

Game Review: Neon Shadow, a blast from the past

Neon Shadow is an intense and exciting first person shooter that copies draws inspiration from Quake and Doom. You are a heavily armored Space Marine Commander who has to save a space station overrun with robotic alien creatures that are out to draw blood — your blood. To say that the setting – confined corridors and swooshing cargo doors that you[Read More…]

by 4:46 pm on October 22, 2013 2 comments News, Reviews
ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 — Review

ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 — Review

Asus and Intel join forces in this mid range pitch for the large tablet market. The Asus Intel Proposition Asus has good market credibility in the Android tablet space. With successes like the Nexus 7 and Transformer line of tablets they are probably as well known as Samsung for innovation with larger Android tablets. Intel, on the other hand, are[Read More…]

by 1:17 pm on October 9, 2013 9 comments Reviews, Tablets
Game Review: Pinball Rocks HD

Game Review: Pinball Rocks HD

Sony Music Entertainment have opened the gates of hell and unleashed their most head-bangingly awesome game yet – Pinball Rocks HD. As the name may suggest, this is a pinball game, but with a twist. The usual tings, dings, thwacks and buzzers of a normal pinball table have been pushed to the background, replaced with heavy rocking music by the[Read More…]

by 9:14 pm on October 2, 2013 4 comments News, Reviews
Hisense Sero 7 Pro — Review

Hisense Sero 7 Pro — Review

The Sero 7 Pro is Hisense’s first foray into the ultra-competitive tablet market, and they’ve chosen to model it on Google’s Nexus 7. Since the Nexus 7 proved that there was a viable market for 7-inch Android tablets, almost every OEM out there has been clamouring for a piece of that pie. With the notable exception of Samsung, each manufacturer[Read More…]

by 10:00 am on October 1, 2013 1 comment Reviews, Tablets
HTC One Mini — Review

HTC One Mini — Review

Can the HTC One Mini stand up to it’s bigger cousin? I was actually rather excited to be given the opportunity to review the HTC One Mini as I have very much liked what I have seen from the HTC One and was curious to see if HTC could deliver a similar experience with its smaller cousin. If you need[Read More…]

by 8:34 am on October 1, 2013 5 comments Phones, Reviews
Samsung Galaxy S4 Active — Review

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active — Review

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is certainly one of the top three phones of 2013, but can its more-rugged cousin, the Galaxy S4 Active, live up to the ‘Galaxy S’ name? There’s no denying Samsung have been the success story of the Android platform. Even before even Ice-Cream Sandwich was released, they had the flagship phone of the Android fleet with[Read More…]

by 7:00 am on September 23, 2013 7 comments Reviews
Plunder Bros: Retro LCD game – Review

Plunder Bros: Retro LCD game – Review

If you’re a fan of the old Nintendo handheld LCD games that were released back in the 80’s, which allowed you to do some pretty basic gaming on the go before the good old Gameboy really kicked off the mobile gaming revolution, then Plunder Bros: Retro LCD game is definitely something you should check out. Australian developer Andrew Dittmer has[Read More…]

by 10:07 am on September 11, 2013 5 comments Apps, Reviews
HP Slatebook X2 — Review

HP Slatebook X2 — Review

The first Tegra 4 device released in Australia, how does it measure up? HP is a company well known for their Windows laptops, in fact they are consistently rated in the top 3 manufacturers of laptops, but with demand for Windows 8 laptops not exactly exceeding expectations, they’ve taken to dipping their metaphorical toe in the waters of some alternative[Read More…]

by 2:58 pm on September 10, 2013 4 comments Reviews
Buy me a pie – Review

Buy me a pie – Review

Buy me a pie was released onto Android a couple of weeks ago and since then I have been putting it through its paces to see what this app has going for it over the numerous other shopping list apps in Google Play, so let’s take a closer look. There really isn’t much to shopping list apps, they allow you[Read More…]

by 11:31 am on September 5, 2013 10 comments Apps, Reviews
Asus Fonepad — Review

Asus Fonepad — Review

Unequivocally, the most successful Android tablet to date has been Google’s Nexus 7, manufactured by Asus. But what would happen if you took the Google out of the Nexus 7, and replaced its NVidia Tegra 3 with an Intel Atom CPU, adding phone capabilities along the way? Well wonder no more, as the Fonepad is exactly that. Intel has yet[Read More…]

by 10:00 am on September 1, 2013 1 comment Phones, Reviews