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Robert got his start at gaming with Mech Warrior on MS DOS back in the day and hasn't quit since. He found his love for MMORPGs when a friend introduced him to EverQuest in 2000 and has been playing some form of MMO since then. After getting his first job and building his first PC, he became mildly obsessed with PC hardware and PC building. He started writing for MMORPG as his first writing gig in 2016. He currently serves in the US Military as a Critical Care Respiratory Therapist.

September 2017
Last Active
March 2021
DXRacer Craft Custom Gaming Chair Review

DXRacer is THE original gaming chair. Every streamer had one and every gamer I knew wanted one. Not content with being the company that launched a thousand ships, so to speak, DXRacer has unleashed a fully customizable, luxury chair. But is the juice worth the squeeze? Find out in our review

MSI CoreLiquid K360r AIO Review

CPU Coolers are a dime a dozen these days and you can pretty much find exactly what you're looking for at the exact price point you're willing to spend be it a basic air cooler or an RGB AIO. MSI is taking a step further with the CoreLiquid k360r - an RGB AIO with a customizable LCD screen for all your enthusiast needs. But how does it stack up? Find out in our review.

Glorious O Minus and D Minus Review

Love a good gaming mouse but they always seem too big in your hands? Maybe you want to claw grip and your little fingers just can't reach. Glorious PC Gaming has the solution for you with the minus series of the model O and model D gaming mice. Check out our quick review to find out more.

Cougar Screamer-X Microphone Review

Cougar is a well known player in the gaming space producing quality products from PC cases to keyboards and AIO Coolers. Not satisfied with being great at all these other things they are breaking into the sound game with the new Screamer-X microphone - but does it stack up to the quality we've come to expect from Cougar? Find out in our review.

EPOS H6PRO Closed Headset Review

Gamers are demanding people. We constantly want better graphics, better displays, more speed and better sound. There are seemingly hundreds of companies that promise to bring you the best experience money can buy and EPOS is no exception. Does the new H6Pro live up to the promise? Find out in our review.

Razer Basilisk V3 Review

Razer is well known for gaming peripherals and being a leader in the PC gaming market. Will the refreshed Basilisk V3 hold up to its predecessor? Find out in our review.

KYY 15.6 Portable Monitor Review

Looking for a portable display for your Switch, laptop or to take on the go? At $179.009

Kinesis TKO Tournament Keyboard Review

Kinesis may not be a company people outside of the ergonomically obsessed have heard of but that's about to change with the release of the Kinesis 60% Tournament gaming keyboard recently announced. The Kinesis TKO packs a lot of features in a small 60% form factor and I've been putting it through the paces the last few weeks to bring you the fact-of-the-matter on this premium RGB keyboard.

The RPG Files: Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood Review

The latest from Cyanide Game, the studio that brought you the popular Styx games, is a brand new game based on the tabletop RPG IP Werewolf: The Apocalypse. But how has this translated to its recent RPG? Here's our review.

NZXT Kraken X63 AIO CPU Cooler Review

NZXT, a premier name in the custom PC world, has a varied range of AIO coolers that can be found in nearly every other picture of a custom build. Today we look at one of the most popular dual fan coolers: The NZXT Kraken X63.

Torchlight 3 Review

Last week, Robert started his review in progress of Echtra Games' Torchlight 3. Robert had issues with the pacing, as well as the overall gameplay loop not feeling impactful - though he hadn't quite yet got to end game. Now that he's played through Torchlight's endgame, how does the full experience hold up? Here is our Torchlight 3 review.

Torchlight 3 Review In Progress

Torchlight 3, formally known as Torchlight Frontiers, has officially released on Steam. Robert has been hands on a copy a few days ago and have been dutifully playing since so we can bring you the juicy details about the MMO that wasn't. This is our review in progress.

Sands of Salzaar Early Access Impressions - The RPG Files

Sands of Salzaar, created by Chinese developer Han-Squirrel Studio, recently hit Early Access in the West. At first glance, it may seem like a simple aRPG, but as Robert found out in his playthroughs, Sands of Salzaar as more than meets the eye.

Not So MMO: Spellbreak Review

Spellbreak, a late to the scene battle royale is making quite the splash in on gaming sites lately and for good reason. Out of the development team at Proletariat Inc, previously responsible for a semi-popular Twitch plugin called Stream Legends, has spent the last few years working on their own unique take on the battle royale genre and the results are in and it's a homerun in my book.

New World's Economy and Settlements: An Interesting Twist On Factions And Reputation

New World's preview has come to an end, but we've still got plenty of thoughts about Amazon's upcoming MMO. Robert takes a closer look at the settlements and economy in New World as they operate now and gives his thoughts.