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Windows Software Reviews.

Bandizip Review – Lightning Fast Archiver with Extensive File Type Support
We don't know about you guys, but the first thing we do after reinstalling Windows is set up a powerful compression and decompression program that's capable of extracting files from downloaded archives which house all our much-needed tools in order to get the OS up and running. One such example is Bandizip. It offers support for plenty of popular formats for creating archives: .zip, .zipx, .exe, .tar, .lzh, .iso, .7z. When it comes to extracting files from archives, file extensions extend to ...

Right Click Enhancer Review – Customize Context Menus and Batch Rename Files
Made as a desktop customization app for users who want to take control over each aspect of their computer, Right Click Enhancer enables you to add new entries into the Windows Explorer context menu, remove the ones you rarely or never use, rename files in bulk mode by following a set of user-defined rules, as well as to check file integrity using their checksum, among other features. Attention-demanding setup and well-structured UI This software application is free to use. However, because i...

EagleGet Review – Speedy Download Accelerator with a Scheduler and Extra Tools
Unfortunately, web browsers don't always meet our expectations when it comes to speedy file downloads, especially large-sized files. However, some developers come up with download accelerators that aim to get the most out of an Internet connection and optimize settings to download the files faster. Experienced users are likely familiarized with software such as Internet Download Manager, Download Accelerator Plus or FlashGet. This time we're focusing our attention on EagleGet. Wrapped in a us...

MusicBee Review: Audio Player for Large Music Collections
MusicBee is a customizable audio player that helps with managing large music collections. Aside from playing popular audio formats, audiobooks, podcasts, and online radio stations, the player can handle audio conversion tasks, tags, automatic song information retrieval, Auto-DJ playing mode, CD ripping, and plugins. It is free and can be run on Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8. MusicBee is not just another simple audio player with limited audio playing capabilities that targets only rookies. It d...

Xftp Review – Skillful FTP Client with Synchronized Navigation
Website administrators need a reliable FTP/SFTP client that permits them to seamlessly upload, download and manage remote files with minimum effort. A popular name in this category is FileZilla. However, for this review, we're taking a look at Xftp, an intuitive desktop client made for remote file transfers which supports the FTP and SFTP protocols. The software utility is wrapped in a comfortable interface and comes loaded with a lot of practical features, such as support for a session manag...



Mac Software Reviews.

Tonality Pro Review – Take Your Black and White Photography to the Next Level
Despite the fact that all modern cameras can easily take high quality colored images, black and white photography still remains the choice for many photography enthusiasts. The lack of colors in a photo keeps the viewer more focused on aspects like textures, shapes, lines, perspective, the actual composition, and the subject’s emotional state. Given the multitude of apps with advanced photo editing capabilities available for the OS X platform, it is easy to get your hands on a software design...

HandBrake Review – Open Source Video Converter with Extensive Format Support
Most devices that can play media content have a list of supported formats, making the use of third-party video and audio conversion tools fairly popular. HandBrake is an open source project that deals with video encoding, and can help you convert most video files to the MP4 and MKV formats. Thanks to its open source status, HandBrake is able to use a wide collection of video libraries that are released under BSD or (L)GPL. This means that HandBrake can deal with a large list of video formats ...

Dashlane Review – Password Manager and Digital Wallet with Backup and Sync Capabilities
Given the multitude of online services one uses on a regular basis and the increasing need to protect accounts against security breaches, electronic wallets have become an actual necessity. Dashlane proposes a well-structured environment for managing passwords, secure notes, and payment details, and is able to sync the info to all your devices, in encrypted form. On the whole, Dashlane proves to be a versatile and multi-layered service: you start by creating a database on your local computer,...

Parcel Review – Track Your Package Deliveries in Real Time
Online shopping is gaining more and more ground: you get to pick out items from the comfort of your desktop and have them delivered directly to your doorstep. Parcel is a stylish little app that can help you track each shipment and receive notifications on all delivery updates. Parcel comes with client apps for both Mac desktops and iOS devices and with a synchronization service that will update the changes on all your devices (an account is required for the sync feature). Noteworthy is that ...

MPlayerX Review – Minimalist Media Player That Can Handle Almost Any File Format
The native media support on Mac OS X is limited to QuickTime’s capabilities, so it’s no wonder that using media players that integrate 3rd-party libraries and codecs is a common practice. MPlayerX takes advantage of two popular open source projects, FFmpeg and MPlayer, in order to help you play almost any type of media file on your Mac. The difference between MPlayerX and any other media player that it is built around the FFmpeg and MPlayer projects is represented by the ease of use with whic...



PC Games Reviews.

Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror – Remastered Review
Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror – Remastered is a remake of the original game with the same name that was launched back in 1997. This remastered edition made its way onto Linux systems as well and it's been a little overlooked by the gamers. We intend to corrected that issue with this review. Old-time gamers instantly know what Broken Sword is all about and they know it was a game that actually shaped today's industry. It wasn't a huge success back in the day and the remastered edition wa...

The Witcher: Battle Arena Review (iOS)
The Witcher series has been around for some time now, starting first as a series of novels written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, and then continuing with video games made by CD Projekt Red as part of the main RPG series, and even spinoffs like the recent The Witcher Adventure Game. Now, the studio wants to continue this branching out process, as it's just rolled out a mobile experience in the form of The Witcher: Battle Arena, which takes the universe and envisions it as a multiplayer o...

Supreme League of Patriots Review (PC)
Supreme League of Patriots is a three-part indie point-and-click adventure game that is silly and irreverent, full of stereotypes and cheesy humor, just like your own personal sitcom to play through. The game mixes pop culture, politics, reality television and a ton of other things in what is probably the highest density of zingers and references in modern history. Supreme League of Patriots offers a unique experience that is part superhero drama and part American television. It fills up a n...

Human Extinction Simulator Review (PC)
Human Extinction Simulator is an unforgiving game that manages to mix so many elements from the science fiction universe and from some strategy series I have spent hundreds of hours with that I managed to get past the relatively dry presentation in order to discover a core set of mechanics that can satisfy a turn-based lover for hours. The studio which created the title, Machine 22, understands how important is to offer challenge and complexity, and it also delivers a range of scenarios intro...

Resident Evil HD Remaster Review (PC)
High-definition remakes of older games have been quite popular in the last few years, as many publishers and developers saw that, with minimal investment, an old game could produce a new profit via aging gamers and their nostalgia. However, Capcom did this many years ago, back in 2002, when it rolled out the remastered version of 1996's Resident Evil for the Nintendo GameCube. Now, that same version is back another time, in the form of the Resident Evil HD Remaster, which has just arrived ont...




Latest News.

Square Enix Announces Project: Code Z, a Spelunker Exclusive to PS4
Square Enix teased a new announcement for this weekend at Tokaigi 2015 event in Japan. The teaser had a website with a working title tagged on it, “Project Code Z.” Today the publisher confirmed Project: Code Z is an indie game that will be launched in Japan on March 19. The game is exclusive to PlayStation 4 and is developed by Tozai Games. Project: Code Z is a Spelinker game in the 2D platformer genre. According to Gamespot the game will be available for free. For the time being, it's uncl...

Bound by Flame RPG Is Today's Steam Daily Deal
French developer Spider launched one of its most ambitious projects, Bound by Flame back in May 2014. The game has been getting mixed reviews from media and players since its release, but fans of RPG genre may find it pretty entertaining. Today's Steam Daily deal is meant to make it easier for those who still don't own Bound by Flame, but always wanted to try it out. The folks at Spiders have discounted their game by 75%, which means that for the next two days customers can purchase it from S...

Watch The Order: 1886's Gorgeous TV Commercial
Sony Computer Entertainment just released a brand new TV commercial for the upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive The Order: 1886. If you want to gaze upon the beautiful pixels that developer Ready at Dawn crafted, you can have a look below. The game oozes atmosphere and is designed to provide a deeply cinematic experience, laden with action sequences and with QTE cuscenes. A lot of people are criticizing the game, saying that it lacks proper gameplay and aims to bank on visuals and atmosphere al...

Marvel Heroes 2015 Is Overhauling Its Team-Up System
Marvel Heroes 2015 is planning to overhaul its team-up system soon, and developer Gazillion Entertainment explained some of the upcoming changes. The free-to-play massively multiplayer online action role-playing game enables you to recruit a sidekick to defeat villains with, and apparently the community has been vocal about the team-up feature for quite some time. Fortunately, the dev team shares the same outlook, and a revamp of the system is in the cards for sometime during Q1 2015, coveri...

Blizzard Has “Low Expectations” from Heroes of the Storm - Report
Activision Blizzard has quite a few successful games out on the market, most of them focusing on the multiplayer aspect. World of Warcraft, Starcraft 2, Diablo 3, Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm bring most of the company's revenue. A few days ago a report coming from a Yahoo Contributor citing an unnamed source close to Blizzard offered us a glimpse on what's happening into the company. One of the information leaked earlier this week claimed that Activision's executives have “low expecta...

Blizzard Will Keep Adding Heroes of the Storm Characters and Maps Forever
Blizzard intends to keep adding new heroes and maps to its upcoming hero brawler Heroes of the Storm, to constantly work on it and expand it in order to maintain the experience fresh for its players. The game is currently undergoing closed beta testing, with developer Blizzard Entertainment sending out new invites regularly to those who have opted in for testing, and there is already a pretty sizable community playing matches every day. Heroes of the Storm is pretty different from a typical ...

GTA V for PC Pre-Order Bonus Offer Ends February 1, Get Your Free Game Now
Rockstar has delayed the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V for late March, but also offered those who pre-order the game some interesting bonuses they will get for free. Although there are still a few months until the game is released, those who want to pre-order the game will also receive some free stuff. Rockstar's incentive is meant to attract more players into the universe. However, the game is more expensive than many other triple A games for PC. It will be interesting how many people wi...

Monster Boy Announced as Official Continuation to Monster World Series - Gallery
One of the co-founders of Westone is working on a new entry in the Wonder Boy series, which later became Wonder World, due out later this year on PC and PlayStation 4. Westone Bit Entertainment’s Ryuichi Nishizawa, together with indie development studio Game Atelier, are aiming to produce a spiritual successor to the popular classic series from Sega, to be published by FDG Games. The game, dubbed Monster Boy and the Wizard of Booze, will feature classic 2D side-scrolling action adventure gam...

Octodad: Dadliest Catch Sold 460k Units So Far, 60% on PC
Developer Young Horses revealed that its quirky party game Octodad: Dadliest Catch sold 459,735 units in the year it’s been out. The independent adventure game follows an undercover Octopus in disguise as a typical suburban father, trying to complete various mundane task to comedic effect due to his lack of bones. Players guide the protagonist as he attempts to maneuver his way through various everyday challenges, while keeping the fact that he is actually a cephalopod under wraps. The game...

Dying Light Error Code CE-37700-7 Possible Workarounds Found
Techland's Dying Light may be one of the most popular releases this month, but its launch hasn't been uneventful. Apart from the fact that it got slightly delayed in several countries/regions, lots of PlayStation 4 players who pre-ordered the game can't even download it from PSN. In fact, the issue is affecting people who bought it after release as well. Even though it's not a general bug that affects all those who purchased Dying Light, it's still pretty widespread and that is a pity because...