Author: George Johnston-Lunn

Gaming since could handle a mouse and keyboard, although mainly a PC Gamer has a long history with Nintendo Consoles. Main author for the Hardware reviews and the indie game articles. Canadian.

Worms W.M.D. is Coming to Nintendo Switch!

In case you haven’t heard of Worms W.M.D. before it is a game developed by Team17, the same people behind the Escapists games. You can find our review on the second Escapists game here. Worms W.M.D. is already available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, as well as Linux, and now it’s releasing on […]

Robo Recall a VR Masterpiece

Robo Recall is a first-person shooter that is included with the Oculus Touch, but is normally about $20. Or at least that’s the closest I could find, it was surprisingly difficult to find a price on this title. No matter though as it comes free with the hardware it requires, the Oculus Touch. Robo Recall […]

Legends of Ellaria Indie Game Review

Legends of Ellaria is an indie game being developed and published by Larkon Studio. This game is being sold at 21.99CAD or 19.99USD. This seems a little expensive since it was only released the 28th of July 2017, but I’m willing to forgive that since this is a very ambitious idea the developers are undertaking. […]

Oculus Touch Bundle Sale

Right now, the Oculus Rift Touch Bundle is on sale, for a very reasonable price, making high end VR much more accessible to the masses. Right now, the bundle is only 549CAD or 399USD, at a normal price of 679CAD or 499USD. This is a very competitive price especially considering the HTC Vives 1 149CAD […]

Unlimited: the Indie Game Review

Introduction The game Unlimited certainly has a lot of flaws, but I believe there is some hope in its future if the developers play their cards right. This game is in early access and under a month old, having been released on July 19th, 2017. The game is being developed by Tbjbu2, clargon, Trentipoo, Elad […]

Just How Overkill is 32GB of RAM?

We’ve all been there, deciding on what parts are perfect for the build, but, one problem arises, just how much RAM do I need? Well if you’re just gaming with nothing else going on in the background, then 8GB should be enough RAM for any games you will come across in the near future. If […]

Corsair Strafe Gaming Keyboard Review

The Corsair Strafe gaming keyboard is a very reasonably priced true mech keyboard. I will be mostly addressing the keyboard itself, but I will also make comments which relate to the switches that I chose to have in it. So, for reference my Corsair Strafe came with Cherry MX Blue Switches, my favourite switches, no […]

Sabre RGB Gaming Mouse Review

The Sabre RGB mouse from Corsair is a mid range to high end optical mouse. I find the aesthetic of this mouse to be very satisfying, in particular, the front portion. The mouse has three lighting zones, the corsair logo, the wheel, and the slanted front part. These can all be edited in the included […]

Budget Keyboard and Mouse Review

The Cooler Master: CM Storm Octane is a mouse and keyboard bundle on a budget. For only 72USD at the time of making this article you receive a relatively solid mouse and keyboard combination from a reputable company. Both the mouse and keyboard have choices of seven different RGB colours, easily changeable from buttons built […]