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Brad Pajuluoma

Being a child of the 80s Brad grew up playing any and all video games he could get his hands on from the 8 and 16 bit era. As he grew older, video games turned into a life passion. He now works as the QA Lead for one of Toronto’s leading mobile developers. Aside from playing any and all video games he can fit into his hectic schedule, Brad is also a DJ. He enjoys playing some of today’s latest and greatest electronic dance music at clubs here in the city.

Super Mario Maker for the Nintendo 3DS Review

Last year Super Mario fans finally got the chance to build their own level with Super Mario Maker. Now this amazing game and level creator is coming to the Nintendo 3DS and with it is 100 special courses built by Nintendo. So lets see what all the fuss is about with Super Mario Maker for the Nintendo 3DS.

Titanfall 2 Review

Get ready to call for titan fall, as Titanfall 2 is here and its better then ever. More guns, more levels, more maneuvering options and more Titans make this game better then ever. Also with a single player campaign, this is the full Titanfall package we have been waiting for!

Hercules Jogvision and P32 DJ Controllers Review

Check out my review for the Hercules DJ Control Jogvision and P32 DJ Controller. They are both pro level DJ controllers and both offer a robust set of features along with great build quality. The Jogvision with its focus on core digital DJs, and the P32 with its 32 pads focused on a much more performance oriented DJ.

Hercules DJ Control Compact and DJ Control Instinct P8 review and starting guide

The tools DJs use has changed over the years as formats change, vinyl, cd's and now MP3s have made becoming a DJ that much more affordable and accessible. Hercules has been making digital DJ controllers for years now and in this article I will be talking about two affordable and easy to use controllers to get you started on your DJ career, the DJ Control Compact and the DJ Control Instinct P8.

Gaming upgraded with PS4 Pro enhanced games

Announced earlier this fall, Sony is set to release their latest iteration of the PS4, a mid-generation console upgrade. Named the PlayStation 4 Pro or PS4 Pro for short, it’s set to bring gamers better frame rates, higher resolution textures, quicker load times and more.

Playseat Evolution M review: it’s a great addition to your racing game setup

Steering wheels are a great way to add a little more realism when playing your favourite racing simulator. If you want to go the extra mile however, a gaming chair can really take you there. The Playseat Evolution-M, can make a great addition to your gaming setup and won't take up too much space in process.

Review: Battlefield 1, the greatest battlefield yet

The latest offering in EA’s long running war shooter, Battlefield 1 takes us back to the trenches of World War 1. With massive battles, tanks, airplanes and bolt action rifles, Battlefield 1 is an amazing game that takes from previous games in the Battlefield series while adding its own style and flare. This could easily be the greatest Battlefield game to date.

Review: Forza Horizon 3, racing through the land down under

Forza Horizon 3 is the latest game in the series from Playground Games and they went for broke. More cars, a massive map, improved character customization, drop-in co-op and more, make this the biggest and most ambitious Horizon game to date. It’s also one of the most amazing looking games I have seen on the Xbox One.

Review: Thrustmaster Racing Wheels

Video games can take us to whole new worlds with increasing realism and now that VR has become a reality, the whole way we play games is going to change. With all this added realism, control in video games has never been so important. Thrustmaster, a well-established and well-respected brand that caters to the simulation crowd, already gives players amazing experiences when it comes to controlling video games. Be it with a steering wheel or flight stick Thrustmaster has been leading the pack for years now and it’s apparent, they really know their stuff.

Review: ReCore, a slightly flawed gem of a game

This latest Microsoft exclusive offers some great game play and a big world to explore. ReCore is a great take on an older genre with some modern improvements. Even with everything ReCore has to offer, there are a few hiccups that might get in the in the way.

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