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Astro Gaming 5.8 MixAmp Review

December 21st, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

Astro gaming has been bringing hardcore and pro gaming quality Mix Amps for quite sometime. For those who don't know what a Mix Amp does well your in luck. A Mix Amp channels both game sounds and voice-communication into one headset while it is also the only way to listen to certain headsets via consoles. While we've been experiencing this for several years it has never been in a wireless flavor, or at least not a good one. Astro gaming sets to change this with their latest entry of Mix Amps, the 5.8 Mix Amp but does it still deliver the standard of what we get from wired ones? Click the title link for our full review


Onlive Micro-Console Hardware Review

December 16th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

Onlive is a videogame streaming service that is launched by their application software on your computer, delivering the highest end PC games from their dedicated PC's where they can be remotely played in your house on either a windows computer or mac. Although the service is what they're ultimately selling they hope to really turn heads with there addition of the Micro-Console which will allow you to play the service with a number of usb controllers in 1080p on your HDTV. Click on the title link to check out our full review of the hardware and services


Onlive MicroConsole Unit Unboxing Video + Pics

December 9th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

We recently got its hands on a Onlive MicroConsole for the Onlive stream gaming service and here's an unboxing of what it looks like. We were impressed by the packaging and overall design and will have a full review of the unit in the coming days. Click the title for more on the unit, our preview to the service and pics


Sonic Free Riders Review

December 3rd, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

Sonic is no stranger to speed, and what better way to get his top G going then riding on a super fast hoverboard. In its third iteration of the series, Sonic Free Riders hits the Xbox 360 in the most unique way possible. By giving your body full control of what you see on screen. Sega's first attempt at the new Xbox 360 Controllerless camera Kinect and it has you jumping and skating like your on a hoverboard. The result is a good entry level game thats challenging and with much potential but needs some kinks to work out. Click on the link for the full review


Snakebyte Premium Wii Remote XL

November 29th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

There are now countless third party companies developing controllers, and accessories for the Wii. Most of these products can range from good alternatives to needless and broken. However Snakebyte might have made one of the best deals a third party developer can make with the Premium Wii remote XL.

Xbox 360’s Kinect Unboxing Video

November 10th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

Last week Microsoft launched their control free camera Kinect to the masses. If your wondering what the thing looks like then your in luck. We managed to get one in and did a quick unboxing video of some of the context inside


DJ Hero 2 Review

October 28th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

A year later and the sequel sets to deliver a huge soundtrack, famed DJ's and new ways to play. Now one you would think that music based games would have slowed down but they're stronger then ever this year. DJ Hero 2 is no exception as it takes most of what it had in the original and turns it up to 11. Click the link to see our review


DJ Hero 2 Party Bundle Quick Unboxing

October 22nd, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

DJ Hero 2 has already released in stores but for those who don't know what it might contain, I compiled a video to show you. Take note that this is the party bundle set which includes two turntable controllers, a microphone and DJ Hero 2 the video game


PS3 Eagle Eye Adapter Review

September 21st, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

Tired of feeling like you aren't lining up those headshots as accurate as you want? Are you a PC gamer finding it hard to adjust to dual analog sticks? Well then Penguin has have created the Eagle Eye Adapter for the PS3 which will allow you to play with a USB keyboard and mouse directly into the console. Click the link to check out our review


Onlive has Wi-Fi Beta and Up To 75% Off Games

September 18th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

Recently Onlive has been testing out its Wi-Fi capabilities to a select few, now they're please to announce that the Wi-Fi beta is now open to all members. They will also be offering discounts of 50-75% on select games



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