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June 26, 2017

Nintendo Announces SNES Classic, Confirms September Release

For retro gamers who loved Nintendo’s re-release of the NES Classic last year, Nintendo is back again, this time with a re-release of the SNES Classic. Earlier this morning Nintendo of America’s Twitter let this bombshell out!

Super Mario World, Earthbound, Star Fox 2 + 18 more games? Now you’re playing with super power! #SNESClassic launches 9/29. pic.twitter.com/BPPGjpskPT

— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) June 26, 2017

According to Nintendo, the SNES Classic will retail on September 29th for a retail price of $79.99 and it includes such classic games like:

Contra III: Alien Wars Donkey Kong [...]
 
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December 18, 2015

Review: Steelseries Stratus XL for Windows and Android

Does Bigger Mean Better?

As hardware becomes more power efficient and compact, Steam Machines and other small form factor systems are slowly beginning to invade the living room. As a result, PC gamers have found themselves spending more time on the couch, and playing games on the TV.

This transition to a more casual gaming environment has also sparked many peripheral makers to pursue the customized gaming controller market. Many of today’s hit titles such as Rocket League and Mortal Kombat X tend to fare much better with the controller.

Awhile back we had posted about our E3 hands on experience with the Stratus XL, SteelSeries’ answer to the developing [...]

 
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November 23, 2015

Review: Fallout 4 PC

Another Fallout Game…

Fallout 4 is the younger, cockier child of the prestigious Fallout family. The family is one of the more successful and beloved gaming franchises on the market, with big brothers Fallout 3 and New Vegas selling millions of copies and inspiring modding communities years after their release. Meanwhile, Fallout 4 hangs out with celebrities and parks his Porsche in two different parking spots because he can. There are some slight spoilers in this review, but by time you’re reading this everyone will pretty much know the gist of the story anyway.

 

The Story We Tell Ourselves

What are Fallout games about? If you asked me, which I just [...]

 
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July 31, 2015

Action Platformer Skyhill Coming October 6th

At E3 this year, I had a chance to check out several indie developers who were developing some pretty promising new games. One of the studios I checked out was Mandragora Studio who’s currently developing the Steam Greenlight game, Skyhill. As most of you probably have never heard of Skyhill, let’s first answer the question “What is Skyhill?”

Aside from the game name, “Skyhill” is actually a luxury hotel in the game in which you, as the game’s protagonist, have recently rented a penthouse in. Unfortunately, something happens – something evil, something inexplicable. The building then begins filling up with monsters and mutants [...]

 
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March 6, 2013

Razer Naga Hex, Goliathus League of Legends Gaming Peripherals Review

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While I’m not a hardcore gamer by any means, one of the games I’ve found myself playing quite often over the past year or so is League of Legends (aka LoL). It’s a fast paced, team based game based on the popular Defense of the Ancients (DoTA) map from Warcraft III and lately it’s become extremely popular.

How popular you may ask? Over the past couple years, LoL has seen so much growth that a number of LoL tournaments have had multi-million dollar prize pools, the highest ever seen for competitive gaming to date. Being popular of course also means that there’s lots of money to be made in licensed gaming products and when it comes to licensed [...]

 
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October 16, 2012

Genius Mordax Gaming Headset Review

The Scorpion’s Sting

In a crowded gaming peripherals market, today we’ll be taking a look at a new gaming headset from Genius. Having never having heard of the company before, I did a little research into their product catalogue. Genius has built up an array of technological devices from audio peripherals, digital photo frames, and even children’s tablets.

Today, we’ll be specifically reviewing the the Genius Mordax Universal Gaming Headset. The Mordax falls into their newly developed GX line of gaming devices and peripherals, and being a universal headset, the Mordax aims to take on the likes of Tritton, Turtle Beach, and Sharkoon by offering a [...]

 
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July 25, 2012

Razer Introduces the Ouroboros Wireless Gaming Mouse

Press Release THE RAZER™ OUROBOROS PUTS INFINITY IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND

World leading game peripheral company launches an ergonomic, ambidextrous mouse customizable for all users

Razer, the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware, today announced the release of the Razer Ouroboros. Like its namesake, the elite gaming mouse can evolve without limit, with fully-customizable ergonomics that are adjustable for any hand size and grip style.

No two people have the same sized hands, and everyone grips his or her mouse differently. When researching form factor preferences for ambidextrous mice, Razer’s team of ergonomic scientists and engineers [...]

 
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June 14, 2012

Diablo III Real-Money Auction House Now Open to the Americas

Blizzard’s epic third installment of their hit RPG series, Diablo III, has finally opened up its real-money auction house to players in the Americas, finally giving players who spend tons of time farming gear an opportunity to be compensated in the real world for their hard work.

Diablo III originally launched with an in-game auction house that only allowed players to trade in-game items with in-game gold; however, with Blizzard’s recent launch of a real money auction house (06/12/12), players will now be able to trade in-game items for real world currency and vice versa.

The auction house will be available in the following currencies for players in [...]

 
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May 1, 2012

Razer Introduces the Naga Hex Wrath Red Edition Gaming Mouse

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SEND EVIL BACK FROM WHENCE IT CAME WITH THE RAZER NAGA HEX

 Razer launches the Razer Naga Hex – Wraith Red Edition to fuel your blood frenzy in hack n’ slash games

Carlsbad, Calif. – 1st  May, 2012 – Razer, the world leader in high performance gaming hardware, is excited to launch the Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition gaming mouse.  The best weapon to cut down hordes of monsters crawling out from the depths of evil is now available to gamers in an all-new blood red color.

Made especially for hack n’ slash, MOBA and Action RPG games, the Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition sports [...]

 
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May 13, 2012

Retro Review: Folklore (PS3)

Folklore was a PS3 launch title that combined both a world of mystery with a great adventure. Folklore’s dark storyline is unraveled through the perspective of two characters; Ellen and Keats. Ellen is drawn to an island in search of her long lost mother while Keats is there to try to unravel the mysteries of the island for the occult magazine he works for. Soon, both characters are neck deep trying to solve a 17 year old murder mystery on the island where all the answers seem to be hidden in the netherworld.

At the beginning of the game you will be given a choice to follow either Keats or Ellen along their journey through the mysterious island of Doolin. Even though the [...]

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