Godus Beta Review

Godus is live! For those people paying for early access you’re now able to play the much anticipated Godus via Steam Early Access: http://store.steampowered.com/app/232810. Having spent a morning getting to grips with the game it’s... Read more

Sony Xperia SP Review

Sony are undergoing a return to form when it comes to mobile, the Xperia E impressed with it’s budget pricing and quality feel.  Now comes the more expensive Sony Xperia SP, a more expensive offering that builds on the quality of recent... Read more

Pebble Smart Watch

As a fan of the watch, something that seems to be in less and less use these days with people using smart phones to check the time, the idea of one that links to a phone, can change watch faces, control music playback, and last longer than a... Read more

Cambridge Minx Go Review

The Minx Go is a small travel speaker by Cambridge Audio.  I’m a fan of Cambridge Audio kit having already purchased from the Minx range for my surround sound. I’ve been looking for a decent, low cost, bluetooth travel speaker for... Read more

How to watch American Netflix in UK

Netflix is a fantastic service available on many different platforms.  The only minor frustration is that a lot of the best content those in the US have access to isn’t actually available in the UK.  But fear not!  There is a way to... Read more

Asus Transformer Prime Review

I purchased my Transformer Prime when it came out. At the time there were no real alternatives available, but oh how the marketplace has changed! The price of the Transformer Prime hasn’t dropped much, so why should you consider this... Read more

Bathstore.com

This review is based on experience with the Stockport branch of Bathstore.com, in May/June of 2013. Shopping around for a new bathroom can be a total pain.  Finding the right looking suit for the right price can take an age.  After looking in... Read more

Sony Xperia E Hands on Review

The Sony Xperia E is a replacement for the wallet friendly Sony Xperia Tipo, but have Sony managed to improve on an already excellent handset? At the time of writing the Sony Xperia E is retailing for just shy of £110 from Amazon.  For not a... Read more

Nokia Lumia 620 Review

The Nokia Lumia 620 is a mid range smartphone launch to attract new users away from more established operating systems, but is it good enough? For those looking for a change from the usual Android/Apple offering the Nokia Lumia 620 offers an... Read more

Simcity 2013 review

Like many others I was excited to play the newest installment of Simcity, having loved the earlier games since my Amiga 500 version. Lets start with the biggest issue at launch: Online connection. When I tried to play Simcity I couldn’t... Read more

Withings Wifi Scale Review

Like many of you reading this I wanted an easy way to track my weight and see if the various foods or workouts I try have an impact. I did a lot of looking around and at the moment I could only really pick from the Withings wifi scale or... Read more

SimCity 2013 Beta Review

SimCity is a classic.  Played for hours on an Amiga 1200, it was the game that got me hooked on building games.  There has been a lot online recently about the newest incarnation of SimCity and I’ve been lucky enough to be selected for... Read more

Sony Xperia Go Review

Sony have had an interesting couple of years what with the split from Ericsson.  Now they’re going it alone the handset quality is getting much better, but is the Sony Xperia Go a worthy contender to the multitude of Android handsets... Read more

Sony Xperia Tipo Review

The Sony Xperia Tipo serves up Ice Cream Sandwich at a very low cost, but is it any good? Sony have priced the Xperia Tipo aggressively, with Amazon listing it around £100 SIM free at the time of writing.  The handset itself is a compact unit... Read more

Harry Potter: Warner Brother Studio Tour

Harry Potter has had a worldwide cultural impact that will resonate for years to come.  With fans worldwide but no more books or films to look forward to just how will fans get their fix?  If the Warner Brother Harry Potter Studio Tour the... Read more

Nokia Lumia 800 Review

The Nokia Lumia 800 has been seen by many to be the start of Nokia’s attempt at a major comeback, having lost ground to Apple and Android handsets, but does it do enough? In reviewing the Nokia Lumia 800 you can’t help but also review the... Read more

SPAZ Review

As enjoyable as FTL is, it was a little too simple and Space Pirates And Zombies, or SPAZ as it’s better known, was quickly installed to try and satisfy the need for a little more meat from a space SIM.   The developers describe the... Read more

FTL: Fater Than Light Review

FTL is a simple, but enjoyable, part turn based, part real time, space sim.  Unlike most games that show you an external view of your ship FTL is based on the internal view of your ship.  You can see the crew at work and assign them to... Read more

LG Optimus 2x Review

The LG Optimus 2x has the grand title of being the first duel core mobile handset.  In a world of quad core mobiles this is still worth considering due to the power for price.  The handset delivers this performance due to a combination... Read more

I Amsterdam City Card Review

          The I Amsterdam city card offers loads of inspiration if you’re looking to explore the cultural side of Amsterdam and are not sure where to start.  It’s simple to use and will have easily paid for... Read more

F.lux Review

F.lux is a simple application that sits in the background and you don’t even notice it…until it’s switched off.  The basic idea is simple, as darkness falls we often continue to use our PCs, but in the lower light levels... Read more

Quidco.com Review

{rating} In brief Quidco.com offer a fantastic service which, if you remember to use it, can really help stack up the cash.  The very modest fee of £5 is taken in a way which ensure you only pay if you are getting cashback, there is really no... Read more

Huawei Blaze Review

The Huawei Blaze represents astonishing value for money. A couple of years ago a phone with the range of features this has would have costs hundreds, now it can be picked new up for around £100 from the likes of Amazon. It has an aging... Read more

Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion Review

{rating} Many moons ago there was an amazing game that kept me coming back to my Amiga 1200, that game was K240.  Build up your asteroid, create ships, and take over other asteroids.  It was brilliant, had fantastic replay value and was a game... Read more

Nokia Asha 302 Review

The Nokia Asha 302 is a simple, but stylish, QWERTY keyboard handset for those who want a basic mobile. The classic Nokia interface is easy to use and updates the familiar Nokia interface with social media integration. Although a little bulky... Read more