The Nintendo 3DS has been one of the most hyped products in a while, not only is it Nintendo's next generation handheld system but it's also glassesless 3D. The first thing most people will notice about the 3DS is that it physically looks a lot like a regular DS however there a plenty of changes on the system. The top screen is now a wide screen format, a new circle pad is added alongside the traditional D-pad and there is a 3D slider on the right side of the top screen.
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 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
One gaming goodness that stood out to me at PAX East 2010 were Gunnar's Digital Performance Eyeware. These glasses are designed to ease the relentless stream of information that comes from computers, tvs, and handheld screens to your eyes. Were Gunnar eyeware really the new gaming glasses?