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JBL BOOMBOX – Review

Hey Team, So a while back I had a sit down with the brand manage for JBL and he showed me through the range and wanted to know what I’d like to review. Full Disclosure, this is not paid content – JBL sent us this for a short time for …

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Giveaway – God Of War Swag!

Okay, you lucky lot, we have been hooked up thanks to our friends at PlayStation New Zealand and we are going to thoroughly share this love around. We have been given some sweet, sweet God of War merchandise to coincide with the launch of the game on the 20th of …

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Review – God of War

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Samsung A8 Review – Do you really need an S?

Hey team Full Disclosure BS, This was sent to us for the purpose of Review by Samsung. So in the vain of quality consumer advice, and something different to play with, I’m taking a look at the Samsung A8 – a more affordable smartphone from tech giants Samsung. So first …

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Review – Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

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Review – Sea of Thieves

Competition time! Okay, so we have a copy of this game to give away – it’s a digital code, so if you were paying attention to the review you should know that it’ll work on either Xbox One or Windows PC. So, to be in to win it, all you …

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Sea of Thieves – Get a shanty

Alright, I don’t usually plug things, but this is kinda cool. If you’re getting into Sea of Thieves right now, and you’ve noticed that there’s a bit of a lack of Shanty-ness to your plundering, well, there’s something that you can do about that. I tried to get Sam to …

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Photography Tips & Tricks – Panodash

  With smartphone cameras becoming more and more impressive every release, we often don’t use the tools they have to full advantage, one of which is the Panoramic tool. The Panoramic setting on your phone’s camera is great for getting those massive vista’s whilst on holiday or getting the full scope …

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News – Sega MegaDrive Classics

There’s definitely something of a revival going on around 90’s-era consoles and games right now. As someone who spent the 90’s being a teenager, I’m okay with this. It was a time when PCs were only just starting to leverage their processing power for the purposes of gaming, and the …

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(PC) Video Game Publishers Love Shafting us….

A few American video game publishers have put New Zealand in the same region as Australia, which has us paying that 20%+ more for games on top of the standard USD to NZD conversion + VAT tax(when applicable), and others are outright charging us an Oceanic mark up.. One of the …

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