Insomnia 63 – My Late Thoughts

Insomnia 63 – My Late Thoughts

  Wow, its been a while since Insomnia and I haven’t really written a thing about it. So, whilst late, I thought it best to at least get something written down. I want to start by saying thanks to the lovely people who provided me with a press pass so I could get in. The ..

Mistel Barocco MD 650L – Review

Mistel Barocco MD 650L – Review

Mistel are a company that like to release unique products. Being one of the first to release a split design mechanical keyboard in the form of the Mistel Barocco, this was improved when they added RGB functionality a short while later. Recently they have taken the Barocco down to a 60% design with low profile ..

Bullet Witch – PC Review

Bullet Witch – PC Review

Marvelous partnered with XSEED have brought Bullet Witch kicking and screaming into 2018. The game, originally released as an exclusive on the Xbox 360 back in 2006, sat on a console that at the time was trying to cater to the Japanese gamer, with a number of exclusives that you would feel were more at ..

Insomnia 62 – Thoughts

Insomnia 62 – Thoughts

Easter has just passed and with it so has Insomnia 62, another entry in the long running and largest gaming festival in the UK. This year’s spring event had a slightly different feel over past events. With a noticeable lack of PC and gaming hardware brands in the halls. This means, there was no Scan, ..

RPCS3 Rendering Improvements!

RPCS3 Rendering Improvements!

The RPCS3 emulator has been something I have been keeping an eye on over the past year, despite it being available for almost 6 years. The reason for this is because over these last few months there has been a massive amount of improvements to the software with the aim of improving compatibility and support ..

Driving Games That Were Ahead of Their Time

Driving Games That Were Ahead of Their Time

No one can deny that the 90s were definitory for the games we play today. But it is very likely few developers expected that the ideas that emerged then, in the era of arcade games and low-graphics, would still be going strong now. Games like Need for Speed, Gran Turismo, or even Mario Kart all ..

Yubico YubiKey 4 – Review

Yubico YubiKey 4 – Review

I’m a big fan of 2FA (2 Factor Authentication) and with the amount of news about data breaches, everyone else should be too. There are several ways of getting 2FA up and running and practically all modern services support some method of securing your accounts. The majority use your phone in some manner, either for ..

Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash – PC – Review

Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash – PC – Review

Today, Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash releases on Steam. After seeing footage of the original PS4 version of the game I really couldn’t wait to give this game a go. But I am just one of many people who do not own a PS4 which means I had to wait what seemed like an eternity ..

devolo dLAN 1200 triple+ – Review

devolo dLAN 1200 triple+ – Review

I can’t believe it’s been nearly two years since I last looked at a product from devolo. With the devolo dLAN 1200+ Wi-Fi being reviewed favourably back in April 2016. Today I am taking a look at a product from the same dLAN 1200 range, no Wi-Fi this time but three gigabit ports for all ..

Logitech G603 Wireless Gaming Mouse – Review

Logitech G603 Wireless Gaming Mouse – Review

Wireless gaming mice are not a new thing, and the Logitech G603 is one of a few newish releases aiming to improve the market for a quality wireless replacement in your gaming environment. As a user of a Logitech MX518 for well over 10 years (up until recently 😢 at least) This G603 has a ..

Jelly Comb – Alien 5 Port Desk Charger – Review

Jelly Comb – Alien 5 Port Desk Charger – Review

I know what you are thinking, who are Jelly Comb. Well after taking a look at one of their cheap wireless mice (it still gets used to this day) I was offered the chance to take a look at a 5 Port Desktop Charger.  Specifically, the one over here This particular charger as the name suggests has 5 USB sockets ..

Mistel SLEEKER MD870 – Review

Mistel SLEEKER MD870 – Review

Mistel are a company whose products I have had the pleasure of looking at a few times over the past few years. They made their entry into the mechanical keyboard market with the split designed Barocco in both RGB and non-backlit models. They have recently released the Freeboard, which was a standalone NumPad and even more recently released the 10-keyless ..