Mi 11X Review: Who Says You Have to be an All-Rounder?

The Mi 11X from Xiaomi is the most affordable of three new models in the Mi 11 family. It’s priced a bit lower than the Mi 10T but offers plenty of updated features, most notably its Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC which is only one step below the current flagship level. Priced starting at Rs. 29,999, … Read more

Mi 11X Review: Who Says You Have to be an All-Rounder?

The Mi 11X from Xiaomi is the most affordable of three new models in the Mi 11 family. It’s priced a bit lower than the Mi 10T but offers plenty of updated features, most notably its Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC which is only one step below the current flagship level. Priced starting at Rs. 29,999, … Read more

Mi 11X Review: Who Says You Have to be an All-Rounder?

The Mi 11X from Xiaomi is the most affordable of three new models in the Mi 11 family. It’s priced a bit lower than the Mi 10T but offers plenty of updated features, most notably its Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC which is only one step below the current flagship level. Priced starting at Rs. 29,999, … Read more

Review: New Pokémon Snap – The Best-Looking Pokémon Game Yet, And A Joyous Revival

It’s been 22 years since the original Pokémon Snap and with each passing console generation fans had never given up hope for a possible sequel. Why is that? It wasn’t a long game, it didn’t have that many levels, only had a small pool of Pokémon and the base gameplay was simply about taking pictures. … Read more

Review: There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension – Don’t Let The Title Fool You

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Handheld/Undocked) What are you doing here? We assume you’ve clicked a link under the assumption that you’re going to find a review of a game, but as you can quite clearly see from the title, there is no game. So we’d like to apologise for wasting your time here, and we’ll … Read more

Review: Battle Axe – A Battling Throwback That Doesn’t Land All Its Hits

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Handheld/Undocked) Veteran pixel artist Henk Nieborg’s old-school throwback, Battle Axe, seeks to replicate the classic top-down hack and slash action of arcade classics such as Gauntlet, Knights of the Round and Golden Axe. With Nieborg himself on graphical duties and legendary composer Manami Matsumae (Mega Man, Final Fight, Shovel Knight) providing … Read more

Mini Review: Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion – Witty Zelda-Inspired Top-Down Tax Avoidance

No one likes paying taxes. Unfortunately, it’s something we all have to do and wilfully committing tax evasion is not something we would ever encourage anyone to do. Isn’t it wonderful, then, that you can evade as much tax as you like in Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion, an action-RPG from developer Snoozy Kazoo. It … Read more

Review: The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark – A Welcome Return To Twin Lakes

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) Sequels generally need to accomplish two things: they need to be bigger and better than their predecessors. Okay, if we’re being picky, they don’t necessarily need to be bigger, as such, but certainly better. Released back in 2017, The Darkside Detective was a surprise hit, boasting gorgeous pixelated visuals, a … Read more

Review: Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack – A Nicely Crafted RPG Marathon

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) Practically speaking, the Atelier series is probably among the best collection of RPGs that you’ve never played. This low-key and generally bubbly franchise seems like it hasn’t quite managed to shatter that ‘glass ceiling’ into mainstream appeal, but that hasn’t stopped Gust from lovingly improving upon the core gameplay over … Read more

Vivo X60 Pro Review: A Worthy Successor

The Vivo X50 Pro was the first smartphone to launch with a gimbal camera system in India. This enabled the primary camera sensor to move physically in order to compensate for shakes and wobbles. Vivo has now launched the Vivo X60 Pro, the successor to the X50 Pro, which claims to improve upon the original. … Read more