Halo has been a revolutionary in the FPS genre, being one of the first to execute the balance of a strong plot, multiplayer and gunplay very well. What Bungie started back in 1999 has swelled to massive proportions, spanning books, TV series and short films today. 343 Industries took up the mantle from where Bungie left off with the launch of Halo 4 in 2012, which received generally positive reviews for the single player but was panned for its multiplayer. Then came the Master Chief Collection, a seemingly straightforward package of Halos 1 to 4 for the Xbox One, but it turned out to be a technical comedy of errors. With Halo 5: Guardians, the majority of the flaws of the previous games have been fixed, but new and more pressing ones have sprung up in its place. The question is, which ones are dealbreakers for you? Continue reading “Halo 5: Guardians Review – One Step Forward or Two Steps Back?”
Guess Oppo finally found the Find 7 three months after its unveiling. The big brother to the Find 7a is finally coming, complete with the customised Color OS in July for S$719.
The Vivo Xplay 3S was recently unveiled in Beijing, China, sporting the world’s first Quad HD display (2560 x 1440 pixels), with 4 times the resolution of a normal HD display (1280 x 720 pixels). Some of you may be thinking, who on earth needs that many pixels? But before we go on further, let us travel back in time to when the world’s first 1080p smartphone was released last year – the Oppo Find 5.