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Article: Pacific Drive
For all the emphasis placed on vehicles in games, it's kind of a shame we've never gotten a series about piloting the most impressive contraption of all: the Segway. Sure, there's games like Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth that feature Segways, but I'm talking about a game where Segging is what it's all about.
There's something about certain games that causes people to ask "what drugs were the developers on?" Well, good news! I'm here to tell you precisely what drugs they were on: a carefully concocted mixture of chocolate syrup, lemon juice, Diet Pepsi and Pink Sauce. I can't reveal the proportions used in any of this, of course, because that would be spreading the exact recipe for the most powerful narcotic ever created, but trust me when I say that if you keep on mixin' and drinkin', you'll find it eventually.
Article: ASRock Radeon RX 7600 XT Steel Legend 16GB OC Graphics Card
Reviewing the Radeon RX 7600 XT is like returning to the original Radeon RX 7600 I covered last year, to the point that most of what I said back then still applies here too. The RX 7600 was a great entry-level 1080p GPU that ticked the essential boxes for most 1080p / 1440p needs but struggled when it came to maxing out graphically intense games.
Article: MSI Radeon RX 7600 MECH 2X CLASSIC 8G OC Graphics Card
The reception this generation of graphic cards has received among PC consumers has been mixed, to put it kindly. I’ve already reviewed a couple of NVIDA GPUs and found them to be impressive, if you ignore the price-to-performance ratio, an understandable argument compared to previous-gen models.
Article: DALI Spektor 2 Compact Speakers
Ever since I was a kid in the 80s, I’ve been a fan of stereo setups featuring solid wood speakers paired to a classic system with a record and cassette player, and a radio. Those old feelings came back to me when I first took the DALI Spektor 2 Compact Speakers out of the box for review, as they have that wooden, old school look and feel, but is powered by today’s technology to give big sound from a small package.
Article: Bluesound Powernode Edge Streaming Amplifier
I’ve been slowly diving into the world of home theater systems while reading up on how to properly set one up, which components you need, and so on. Thankfully an opportunity came my way to review the first major device of any setup, the amplifier.
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