Bryce Wilson

  • Review: iPhone 6 Plus

    This device was provided for review by Telstra’s Corporate Social Media team. We attended the official Melbourne launch of the iPhone 6, and talked with Telstra staff, before receiving a 16 GB iPhone 6 Plus with a Telstra SIM. For me, Apple, iOS, and subsequently the iPhone 6 have...
  • Review: Risk of Rain (PC)

    When it rains, it pours. Roguelike games have gained increasing popularity in the past few years, with titles such as FTL: Faster Than Light, The Binding of Isaac, and Spelunky taking the unlimited potential of random environments, and combining it with short, masterful gameplay. Risk of Rain treads that...
  • Man tests Sony’s “Remote Play” feature across T-Mobile 4G network

    Following its highly anticipated launch last night, North American gamers have begun testing the PlayStation 4 and its various features, including the impressive “Remote Play” technology. Remote Play is a feature of Sony’s high-powered game consoles that allows the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 to transmit video and audio...
  • Review: Contrast (PC)

    Set in a flourishing 1920s pre-Art Deco Paris, Contrast is a beautiful amalgamation of  shadows, bold design, and dreamlike gameplay. A scratch beneath the surface of the game’s 2D and 3D platforming, Contrast tells the story of Didi’s father, as he attempts to win back her mother. While the characters are...
  • Review: Crucial M500 480 GB

    Crucial has returned to the top of the SSD pack with the release of the M500. You could read the previous line alone and know that the M500 is the must have SSD for any application, but you really have to see the numbers to believe it. The M500...
  • Ubisoft outlines Watch_Dogs’ collector’s editions ahead of November launch

    Ahead of its highly anticipated and recently revealed launch in November, Ubisoft has today announced and shown off the various collector’s editions for their much hyped hacker-exploration title, Watch_Dogs. With four, that’s right, four, unique collector’s editions, Ubisoft has a wide range of varying content, each offering a selection of both...
  • Review: Billion 7800NXL Triple WAN, NBN-ready router

    As far as networking goes, Billion is the cream of the crop for enthusiast hardware. With a swathe of features including triple-WAN support, Wireless-N 300 Mbps, 3G/4G LTE support, and a built in NAS, the 7800NXL is the swiss army knife of routers, but in an easy to use...
  • Review: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

    Just like Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance’s campaign (“Revengeance” from hereon in), this review will be short and straight to the point. Get this game. No, that’s not my entire review, but the high intensity narrative that developer Platinum Games has created is a constant bombardment of explosive action, globe...
  • NVIDIA announces “NVIDIA GRID” – OnLive-esque successor

    At the currently ongoing Consumer Electronics Show, PC hardware and software juggernaut NVIDIA has today announced and revealed the NVIDIA GRID, their attempt at a fully cloud based  rendering system. Shown by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsung Huang, the NVIDIA GRID is NVIDIA’s first attempt at an all-in-one integrated system. Jen-Hsung...