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Skullcandy SLYR Gaming Headset review

Skullcandy SLYR (1)

A massive, high-definition television is now a requisite purchase for most gamers. Such as acquisition allows for the appreciation of graphical fidelity created by contemporary consoles. Nearly as essential is the investment in a high-quality sound device. With our now-gen ...

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Elgato Game Capture HD 60 Review

Elgato Game Capture HD 60 (1)

From Amazon’s $970 million buyout of Twitch, the monumental rise of Let’s Play videos, as well as YouTube’s push toward sixty frame-per-second output, it’s clear that the ability to acquire high-definition video is becoming an essential element for those in ...

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Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Mobile Gamepad Review

Mad Catz CTRLR (1)

One of the fundamental failings in contemporary gaming is a lack of adaptability with peripherals. Too often, devices are designed to work only with a specific brand of machine- resulting in living rooms and offices filled with a multitude of ...

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Stinkyboard Footboard Controller

Stinkyboard (1)

With the plethora of peripherals available to the gaming market, it’s no wonder so many of them get overlooked.  Some are superfluous, others are downright useless, and a good percentage of them are priced at a point that makes it ...

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Bloody ZL5A Gaming Mouse Review


Across the last decade, the gaming mouse industry has proliferated, providing PC owners with a myriad of choices. From the Razer Naga- a peripheral targeted at MMO players with nineteen programmable buttons to Logitech’s ergonomically-driven G500, there seems to be ...

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Bloody G501 7.1 Gaming Headset

Bloody G501 7.1 Gaming Headset (1)

For PC gamers with unrestrained budgets, the purchase of an Astro A-50 or Turtle Beach Seven headset can offer an unrivaled sonic experience. But for players who’d rather spend their disposable income on a high-end video card, a more economical ...

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Gioteck EX-06 Foldable Wireless Headset Review

Giotech EX-06 (5)

Across the last decade, a deluge of third-party accessory manufacturers have entered the console market, hoping their hardware will induce gamers to open their wallets. The tragic reality: while a growing number of these peripheral are adequate, there’s still a ...

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Wii Fit U Review

Wii Fit U (1)

The original Wii Fit couldn’t have arrived at a better time. Preceding the title’s 2008 release, disparagers were lobbing video games down the slippery slope, claiming that the pastime contributed to a sedentary lifestyle, which in turn led to obesity. ...

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Neo Geo X Mega Pack Volume 1 Review

Neo Geo Mega Pack Volume 1 (1)

Emulation is almost always a difficult task. When programmers attempt to deliver replications of cherished arcade games, expectations of pixel-perfect performance can add to the complication. Such was the case with the Neo Geo X. Although the standalone system was ...

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