Author: Peter Wilkinson

BenQ Zowie XL2735

Monitors, they really are one of the most important and most ignored parts of many people’s gaming setups. You have to use it for everything you do and in my experience, they are the last thing you upgrade on your computer and you only do it when you really have to. I run three monitors in my office setup. I would like four but that’s a whole nother fight. Out of my three monitors, one I bought over ten years ago, one five years ago and one 4 years ago. I bought what was cheap enough and what suited...

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2016 Game of the Year- A Wilko Perspective

2016 was an amazing year for gaming on so many levels. The diversity of games that we have seen released this year has truly been a great sight to see. The way I judge how good a game is very different to a lot of people out there, It purely comes down to how much of my precise time a game will force me to sacrifice to play it. Game of the year Saying that, there were a number of games that really caught my attention and forced me to lose sleep over to play. The first one of...

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Locked On: A Tom Clancy Podcast Ep1 – So much news!

We discuss year 2 for Rainbow Six Siege and the new Red Crow season and how those new operators are like to play. In the Division we chat about the road to patch 1.5 and the new survival mode and how that has added a new layer of fun to the game. We urge people to register for the Ghost Recon Wildlands beta and talk about the new mission briefing trailer and how much we are excited about the game but still very curious.

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Scuf Controller Preview

The first booth I headed for on the Friday morning of PAX Aus in our media hour was the Astro Gaming booth. Astro Gaming announced they were going to have the Scuf controllers on display for everyone to try before Bluemouth Interactive started importing them into Australia on the 18th of November. These are not just an extra controller you should grab to play some multiplayer. Scuf controllers are used by the elite players on both consoles. Scuf controllers are designed from top to bottom to give the player more control while they play their favourite game. Let’s start...

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Party Golf Review

Party Golf has just released on Steam and has been out on PlayStation 4 for the last month. It was developed by Giant Margarita, a small studio working out of Hobart. It is the first Playstation 4 game released from Tasmania. The small group of six has developed a mobile game called “Save the Teenies” but this is their first adventure into the console market. Let’s get one thing out of the way from the start, this may be a golf game but the lead programmer, Lindsey Wells, freely admits he knows nothing about golf. This should give you...

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