Review: Xbox 360
The Xbox 360 is Microsoft’s counter to Sony’s PS3 and opinions are still divided on which one reigns supreme, but it can be said that this is by no means a sub-par console – you’re going to be participating in top-notch entertainment. Right from the start, unlike its rival,... Read more
Is 9 Better Than 7? Meet Huawei’s New Mate
Huawei’s Mate series has long been one of my favourite phablet ranges and with every iteration, it gets better and the Mate 9 is no exception. “In developing the Huawei Mate 9, we started with a simple question – how can we improve every element of the smartphone experience?” said... Read more
Overview: Hisense’s new C30, ROCKS!
Hisense continues to grow in confidence – and I like it! Following the expansion of its beautifully-designed Infinity range – the two most recent additions being the Elegance and the Faith, they have created an element-proof device that challenges brands such as Caterpillar who have, until now, spearheaded the “ultimate protection”... Read more
Samsung’s Next Galaxy Is Here…Almost
Samsung’s mobile division has been through the ringer following the Note 7 debacle, fortunately for us South Africans, the handset was never officially released or sold locally. All eyes are now on the company’s upcoming flagship handset, the Galaxy S8, which will be unveiled in New York and London... Read more
Take a Bite of the (RED) Apple
Apple has announced that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will now be available in a delicious red aluminum finish! The (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition is already available to order online! (Only in the USA at this time.) It will hit stores on March 24, 2017. The new look... Read more
Review: Huawei Ascend P7 16GB
Thinking differently is what makes a company break the status-quo and this is exactly what Huawei has done with its mid-range beast, the Ascend P7. It’s a matter of opinion, but it seems that Huawei has a detailed understanding of their users – make devices that are, first and... Read more
FIFA ’16 – Xbox One
It’s time to tear up the pitch and bamboozle your opposition with your skills across 78 stadiums! If you’ve always wished to be a football coach, you can now develop players into the next Messi or Ronaldo with the new Training Mode! Platform: Xbox One Genre: Sports Game mode:... Read more
Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division – PS4
An outbreak of smallpox has left New York City in a state of a seemingly apocalyptic catastrophe. What caused the pandemic? This is what you’re going to have to uncover, but be warned, in this dystopian atmosphere, anything can happen! Platform: PS4 Genre: Third-person shooter Game mode: Multiplayer The... Read more
Review: Grand Theft Auto V – PC
Grand Theft Auto V for the PC is here! In this open-world game there are very few rules – none if you choose, but the cops may have something to say about that!) Like its predecessors, stealing, robbing, reckless driving, fights and interactions with “questionable” characters can be expected... Read more
Review: Far Cry Primal – Xbox One
Welcome to the Stone Age! Far Cry Primal is an open-world action-adventure game set in pre-historic times. Unlike games set in present and/or futuristic eras, you cannot buy weapons, you have to construct them! Oh, and also find ways to outfox predators. This is an iteration of Far Cry... Read more