The Razer Core X will let you turn your laptop into a desktop gaming rig (with a couple of caveats)

It doesn’t take long for a laptop, even one in the gaming tier, to start feeling long in the tooth. On the PC, there’s no upper limit on the hardware required for optimal gaming performance, and this is often to the laptop’s detriment. Razer’s Core series has been trying to find a workaround for that for a few years now, creating external graphics card cages that let you give your laptop a shot in the arm. That hardware series is about to come back with a bit of a refresh — the Razer Core X. Continue reading The Razer Core X will let you turn your laptop into a desktop gaming rig (with a couple of caveats)

The new Razer Blade laptop is their thinnest and fastest yet

Hardware and peripheral maker Razer have made a name for themselves in the gaming PC market in the last decade, giving competitors like Alienware a run for money with high-end hardware and sleek exterior design. Another year means a product refresh and the 2018 Razer Blade is here. At 15.6″ and 0.66″, it’s Razer’s thinnest 15-incher yet, but don’t its small stature fool you into thinking they’ve had to skimp on specs. Continue reading The new Razer Blade laptop is their thinnest and fastest yet

Melbourne would fare better than Sydney in a zombie apocalypse according to new State of Decay 2 study

If you’re a researcher, it must be fun when PR comes to you with a dopey pitch. I’m sure the Centre for Disease Management and Public Safety at Melbourne University had a great time with Xbox ANZ’s pitch for a study to promote State of Decay 2. Its focus: “How would cities in Australia and New Zealand fare in a zombie apocalypse?” Good news, there’s no actual zombie apocalypse in progress because we’d be properly boned if there was. The bad news? The baby boomers want to go it alone and the rest of us would all probably have to move to Darwin. Continue reading Melbourne would fare better than Sydney in a zombie apocalypse according to new State of Decay 2 study

Win a double pass to see Hereditary starring Toni Collette in Australian cinemas

Starring Australia’s own Toni Collette in a role critics are calling her best ever, Hereditary is a soul-shaking horror the likes of which has not been seen in years. Eagerly awaited (and already celebrated) by genre fans, critically acclaimed, and starring a pedigree cast, Hereditary is set to become the new cult horror classic of this generation.... Continue Reading

Games Review: World of Tanks 1.0 (PC, 2018): Here comes the boom

There are certain games that fall into a category I like to call “My Dad Would Love This.” Games in this category typically revolve around war or military history, maintain some degree of simulation and are full to bursting with digital recreations of real world military hardware. Now, after eight years of ongoing development, World of Tanks 1.0 has arrived. And boy, my dad would love this. Continue reading Games Review: World of Tanks 1.0 (PC, 2018): Here comes the boom

Film Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story (USA, 2018) is the epitome of fun fan servicing

Once again we return to a galaxy far, far away for another installment in the “A Star Wars Story” films. This time we explore the back story of one of our favourite rogues Han Solo, the people and aliens he meets up with, and their misadventures aboard the iconic Millenium Falcon.... Continue Reading

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