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Recommended for first-timers

By Alexander O. Cuaycong and Anthony L. Cuaycong AT FIRST GLANCE, it’s not wrong to think of L.A. Noire as a spin-off of Rockstar Games’...

A game to try again, and again, and again

By Anthony L. Cuaycong WHEN BLAZING STAR was introduced in the late ’90s, arcades were already replete with shoot-em-ups. In fact, it could be reasonably...

Smashing new stuff from Smashbox

CALIFORNIA-based cosmetics brand Smashbox has added new products to its already extensive line -- four eyeshadow palettes, a highlight palette done in collaboration with...

A game to sink your teeth into

By Alexander O. Cuaycong Total War: Warhammer II, the second offering in the Warhammer Trilogy of Creative Assembly and published by Sega, takes its lore...

Samsung Galaxy Book: A practical compromise

By Santiago J. Arnaiz THE 2-in-1 category gets a lot of flak for being rife with compromise machines, marrying the weaknesses of both laptops and...

Sony Xperia XZ Premium: Fancy upgrade

EARLY this year, Sony rolled out its most expensive smartphone to date — the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, priced at a whopping P45,490. It...

Good quality for its price point

NOW THAT H&M Beauty has landed in Manila, this writer -- like numerous other beauty enthusiasts -- was looking forward to trying out some...

Value for money proposition

By Anthony L. Cuaycong CONSIDERING the thematic foundations of Oceanhorn: Monster of the Uncharted Seas, you wouldn’t be wrong to argue that it harks closely...

REVIEW: Fitbit Flex 2

When Fitbit introduced the Flex 2 in late 2016, Fitbit fans rejoiced because the pioneering maker of wearable fitness trackers has finally introduced a...

A good game held back by technical flaws

By Alexander O. Cuaycong and Anthony L. Cuaycong Game Review Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada PlayStation 4 BASED on Luo Guanzhong’s novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Dynasty...

Lenovo Yoga Book: A true ultraportable with steep learning curve

IT IS DIFFICULT not to be impressed by the Lenovo Yoga Book the first time you see it. This 2-in-1 convertible tablet is wafer-thin...

For Honor is at the mercy of one’s Internet connection

By Alexander O. Cuaycong and Anthony L. Cuaycong Videogame Review For Honor Ubisoft WITHOUT a doubt, For Honor can be an immersive experience. Boot up the game and...

For Honor is at the mercy of one’s Internet connection

By Alexander O. Cuaycong and Anthony L. Cuaycong Videogame Review For Honor Ubisoft WITHOUT a doubt, For Honor can be an immersive experience. Boot up the game and...

An obscenity

By Noel Vera Review The Devils Directed by Ken Russell I THINK The Devils, Ken Russell’s fifth big-screen feature, is a culmination of his previous works dealing in...

Cops and robbers

DVD Review Hell or High Water Directed by David Mackenzie DAVID MACKENZIE’S Hell or High Water, from a script by Taylor Sheridan (Sicario) turns on a terrifically...

Tomorrow is only a day away;In these dark days, Annie is...

Theater Review Annie Presented by Resorts World Manila and Full House Theater Company Ongoing until Dec. 4; 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, 3 p.m....

Huawei Mate 8 review

By Sam Gonzales Is Huawei's new flagship device competitive enough to join the big leagues? Check out this review.  FEATURES AND PERFORMANCE (click the image to expand)     CAMERA...

The customer review is broken. That’s bad news for Yelp.

LIKE A LOT of people, Jared Andrews finds online customer reviews frustrating and often unhelpful. “There’s usually someone who absolutely loves the product and someone...