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Krishan Sharma

Krishan Sharma Krishan Sharma is a multi-award-winning technology journalist. For Canstar Blue, he covers everything VR and gaming.




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Iron Man VR Review: A flight worth taking

Posted by July 3rd 2020

As was the case with Marvel's Spider-Man, Sony has partnered with Marvel Games once more to bring Iron Man VR exclusively to PlayStation VR. Built from the ground-up as a wholly original Iron Man adventure …


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Last of Us Part II Review: A flawed masterpiece

Posted by June 21st 2020

I'm the first to admit that I wasn't the biggest fan of the original Last of Us game. Don't get me wrong, I loved the characters and the story but the repetitive combat loop, which …


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OPPO Find X2 Pro Review: A 5G Powerhouse

Posted by June 9th 2020

OPPO is a company that historically hasn't shied away from experimenting with smartphone hardware, whether it be the rotating camera of the N3 or the mechanised pop-up camera and all-screen design of the OPPO Find …


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The ultimate TV for gamers: LG CX Review

Posted by June 5th 2020

LG's new lineup of OLEDs are eagerly anticipated every year and for good reason. Unlike other TV makers, the South Korean brand doesn't delineate the models based on image quality, so regardless of whether you …



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OnePlus 8 Pro Review: The best sub $1,500 smartphone

Posted by May 5th 2020

{:en}The OnePlus story has long been about balancing high performance with low prices that oftentimes gave more expensive rivals a run for their money. But with the OnePlus 8, and in particular the OnePlus 8 …


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Resident Evil 3 Review

Posted by April 1st 2020

Resident Evil 3 is a modern remake of the 1999 original that marked the series' turn towards a more action-focused experience. Set just prior to the events of Resident Evil 2, the story follows S.T.A.R.S …


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The Best Retro Gaming Consoles

Posted by March 20th 2020

Retro gaming is in, and it's easy to see why. There was something special about the 80s and 90s era of gaming that spawned so many classics. Whether it was the gorgeous handcrafted sprites, responsive …