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Demon’s Souls PS5 Tips – Get more souls and healing items (at the beginning of the game)

Demon’s Souls may look beautiful on your PS5 but admire the amazing level design for too long, and you’ll get your butt handed to you! Yup, the original game that started the ‘Souls’ challenge is a grinder, as well as hitting the player with its (now renowned) steep combat learning...

MK11 – How to show Mercy and the correct distance to be from your opponent

Performing Mercy after winning two rounds (instead of executing a Fatality) is a great way to offer an extended fight either as a show of respect, to rack up extra points (more on that below) or to simply rub your opponents face in it! Whatever your reason, Mercy is a great ability to have in your MK11...

SteelSeries Arctis Pro with GAMEDAC – Cable length and how it works with PS4 and PS5 consoles

Steelseries currently offer two fantastic versions of their Arctis Pro headsets. While the wireless version still sounds fantastic (and can be more practical for a lot of gamers), the wired version has been proven to outperform when it comes to taking full advantage of the Hi-Res audio. The Arctis Pro from...

Sound too low and quiet on Steelseries Arctis 7? Checkout these sound tips

Steelseries is arguably the most trusted gaming headset manufacturer in the biz right now. However, after all those reviews on amazing sound and customisation, you’ve unboxed your Steelseries Arctis 7…only to find the sound is just as low as that budget headset you were using before...

What other gaming headsets support PS5’s 3D audio?

Ever since Sony announce their 3D audio technology for their PS5 (Tempest), gamers have been asking if any other gaming headset supports this (other than Sony’s officially licensed Pulse 3D Wireless Headset). The Pulse 3D Headset – Sony may have licensed this to take advantage of their 3D...

Cyberpunk 2077 – Should you get a refund or wait for updates?

December 10th 2020 brought possibly one of the most surprising turn of events in gaming history. Not only did console versions of Cyberpunk 2077 offer almost unplayable sections, but PSN even made the bold move of completely removing the game! Hey, it offered the best armour at the time, so don’t...

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