Command & Conquer 3 Review

We have to admit this is the first time we have re-visited Command & Conquer for nearly a decade, granted we bought the Red Alert version and Tiberian Sun but never really tried Renegade. So we did not know that to expect when we ventured back into the latest RTS installment from EA and to be honest it’s almost like we have never left.

Call of Duty 2 (PPC) Review

Aspyr have brought the legend that is Call of Duty 2 to your Pocket PC, but does it offer the same thrills and spills of the PC version? Lets find out.

Grow Up Japan - SmartDrive 2002C Review

Again we focus on more ways of reducing the noise levels of our aging server case, this time we look at a hard drive silencer from Grow Up Japan, which claims to reduce hard drive dB levels to 30, but does it work?

AcoustiPack Deluxe Review - Noise Reduction Kit

If you have an older PC and are tired of it sounding like a jumbo jet taking off, then you could check out the Acousti Deluxe noise reduction pack.

MSI NX8500GT Review

MSI have introduced a budget graphics card that features DirectX10 support, making it a good match for those who need a card designed for Vista but at the same time not wanting to spend a large amount of money.

Test PC

All the products we get in to review are normally compared or run on our test PC - which we ourselves use day-in-day-out. For this review we simply walk through each of the components that are housed in our server case (which we call Goliath), followed by some benchmark results.

Battlefield 2142 Review

BF2142 has been out for a month now, so we thought we would add our thoughts and views regarding the sequel to one of the best online experiences out there, namely BF2. After all the promises of the game being tested to death before its release, the moment we installed the product there was a patch out for it, this must be a world record and already the anticipation of having to download whopping 500meg patches sprang to mind, luckily the patches so far have been small (17mb and 20mb).

EL Matador Review

There will be loads of puns about the games name, because El Matador sounds like a Bull Fighting game and we need to set the record straight that this is a load of bull! - sigh (ed). Ok so if it's not about Bull Fighting, what is it about? Well think of Max Payne (your character viewed from 3rd person and slow mo's), mix in a touch of Far Cry style locations and add the voice over tones of a Sam Fisher clone - aka the main man from Splinter Cell and you can get an idea what the gameplay is like.

Pin Steam & XMAS Message from Crowdedbrain.co.uk

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Prisma: Transform your Photos into Works of Art

Prisma: Transform your Photos into Works of Art

In the video below I take a look at Prisma which is out now on iOS and Android platforms; for the grand sum of £0.00.

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Super Mario Run: Overview & Gameplay

Super Mario Run: Overview & Gameplay

In the video below I take a look at Nintendo’s Super Mario Run which is out now on iOS and coming to the Android platform at the start of 2017.

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Xbox One S Impressions

Xbox One S Impressions

This is less of a full review, rather a quick look at the Xbox One S which I managed to borrow off a colleague for the day. So an Xbox...

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Magix Vegas Pro 14 Overview Video

Magix Vegas Pro 14 Overview Video

I had been using, up until recently, what used to be Sony’s Movie Studio Platinum Suite 12 software in order to do all of my video editing for my YouTube...

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iPhone 7 Plus Review

iPhone 7 Plus Review

As with my previous smartphone reviews I was able to source in an iPhone 7 Plus from Vodafone as a means to help me record some 4K video footage for...

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