Some days I feel great. Other days, I feel like this. But no matter what I feel like, the tides of the press keep rolling on…
For a start, the latest issue of Netguide magazine is available right now — I should know, the editor handed me a copy only yesterday. Inside you’ll find my reviews of the video iPod, Motorola V1050, MS Wireless Laser Desktop, Winzip 10, Photoshop Elements 4, Premiere Elements 2, Family Tree Maker 2006, Firefox 1.5, APC Biopod and the D-Link DGL-4300 gaming router, along with games reviews covering everything that shoots — for this month, at least. No sign of the retro games guide or the in-car technology feature, but I’m assured they’ll run next month.
(Obligatory Rocky quote: “But that trick never works!”)
Then on the web front, CNET.com.au has another review to add to the ever-lengthening pile:
Asus S-presso: “Imagine, if you will, a Nintendo Gamecube. Now, imagine that Gamecube given a serious shot of steroids that warp and rend its essentially cuboid structure, all the while adding a touch-sensitive front panel…”
And to finish off, the first review I’ve written for 3DAvenue for a while has popped up:
X-Men Legends II: Rise Of Apocalypse (PSP): “X-Men Legends II: Rise Of Apocalypse is fairly much a direct port of Activision’s console sequel”