Tritton 720+ Review

Monday, 07 October 2013 by

Since Saturday I have been testing out the Tritton 720+ 7.1 surround headset from Tritton, a multi-platform gaming headset with support for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 which is aimed at an enthusiastic gaming market. There is some very stiff competition out there today in the category of gaming headsets, but Tritton have gone all

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Before I begin my review let me just start out by saying that Grand Theft Auto 5 created by Rockstar will be game of the year, period. Over the years Rockstar has always set the standard for open world sandbox type games and they have set that bar at it’s highest peak yet again. There may

Razer Surround

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 by

So I was browsing around on Razer’s website and I came across this amazing software of theirs. They simply call it Razer Surround. This software turns any regular stereo headphones into 7.1 surround sound. I have used this for about a week now and I’m very happy with the results it has produced. Let’s

R.A.T. 7 Mouse Review

Thursday, 04 July 2013 by

The R.A.T. 7 mouse is a revolutionary idea that has been brought to us by the company MadCatz. I picked this mouse up about a year and a half ago, and is still running like a champ. Lets get to the details:

The R.A.T. is a fully customizable  mouse with interchangeable palm and little finger plates, and comes along with a swivel thumb rest that can be adjusted to your liking. There are also three different DPI settings on the mouse that can be adjusted with the software included, along with a precision button to adjust the DPI at any given point . A weight set located in the bottom of the mouse adds even more options by allowing you to change the heaviness of the mouse. You can have a light mouse for speed, or a heavy mouse for control, and the beauty of it all is that you can choose any setting to fit your needs.

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Since Company of Heroes 2 Beta ended last Monday, I felt like writing an article about it to help people learn more about the game.

Company of Heroes is a franchise made by Relic Entertainment. It is an RTS game, which stands for real-time strategy. Company of Heroes 1 took place during the second world war, on the western front, with the American and British playable as allies, and the Wehrmacht and Panzer Elite playable as the axis. In Company of Heroes 2 there are currently only 2 playable factions: the Russian faction for allies and the Ostheer faction for the axis. As you can guess now, this time Relic takes the battle to the eastern front during WWII.

Corsair Vengeance K70 Review

Friday, 17 May 2013 by

I just got my Corsair Vengeance K70, Corsair’s latest gaming keyboard designed for FPS players. I will first be doing a “First Impressions” of the keyboard, and later I will either write a follow up or just edit this article after I’ve used it for awhile. So here it goes: Pros: – Aluminum chassis –

Decisions Vs. Character

Wednesday, 17 April 2013 by

Within the soon to be ending console generations, I have noticed two particular trends in video games, the ability to choose your character’s actions, thus creating enticing characters in genres outside of RPG’s, and 90′s point and click adventure games. This generation alone seems to have produced more memorable characters for me than any other

Ni No Kuni: Review (PS3)

Wednesday, 17 April 2013 by

So a couple months ago I decided to purchase a used PS3 from a guy here where I live. The PS3 came with 19 games (most of which were crap) so I decided to research a game to trade in for. I wanted something with a good story, some decent play time (30+ hours), and

Being that Windows 8 is already out, and most aren’t quite ready to undertake the overhaul in fear of software/hardware incompatibility, and… we’ll… just the new intimidating GUI Win8 brings to the table, I thought I would take the time to help some users tune their Win7 machines. Mind you, many of these tweaks are transitional with both Vista or even Win8 systems if you happen to be running them.

Windows 7 is already a much more elegant, better performing and responsive operating system than its past predecessors, however there are some tricks, tweaks and changes you can do yourself to speed her up even more. If you were someone who upgraded to Win7 from a somewhat older PC, and feel that your hardware is likely a little bit behind, some of these methods may be a cheaper solution than going out and getting a brand new machine. Through implementing these modifications, you can very much increase your system performance in a very short period of time.

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Bioshock Infinite Review

Wednesday, 10 April 2013 by


I beat Bioshock Infinite twice within the first week it was out. Not for achievements, not to do a harder difficulty (even though that’s what I did), but because the instant the story was over, I wanted to experience that wonder again. I wasn’t ready to be finished, I wanted to stay in Columbia. I clicked new game the instant I was placed back on the main menu.