Tag "Gaming"

911 Operator is both informative and repetitive (Steam review)

Everyone can agree 911 operators do a great job under the circumstances. Each day people dial 911, and most of them are in dire need of help. Uninformed or otherwise

Nyko reveals new VR accessories for HTC Vive and PlayStation VR

While Nyko didn’t show off anything brand new for home consoles at CES, we did get to see a line of accessories developed for the new model of PlayStation 4

Namco founder Masaya Nakamura passes away at age 91

Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that Masaya Nakamura, the man who founded Namco, passed away at the age 91. In 1955, Nakamura would create Nakamura Manufacturing, a company that made amusement

Here’s a close look at the new and improved Nvidia Shield

Meet the brand new Shield from Nvidia. When I say new, it’s actually a much welcome update to the original streaming device that functions as your all-in-one device for gaming

Fnatic Duel TMA-2 headset review

If you haven’t heard of Fnatic, here’s a little tidbit about the company: It’s very popular in the world of professional competitive gaming. It boasts a lot of PC gaming accessories

Check out our new gaming podcast Game & Talk!

What’s going on, Reactorites? We got ourselves a new gaming podcast by the name of Game & Talk, hosted by me and my co-host Alan Plummer. Our goal is to bring

Review: Logitech Prodigy G213 Keyboard and G403 Wired Mouse

It was about one month ago we were made aware of Logitech’s latest line of gaming peripherals that are marketed toward casual gamers. While there are already a long line

MC Lars: The Video Game (Review)

  Going to be honest, just a few weeks ago I had no clue as to what the heck ‘Nerdcore’ music actually was. As I started doing my research, however,

Rosewill Thor V2 Gaming Case (review)

There’s no better feeling in the world than completing your very own computer build, from the countless hours you spend researching your hardware to screwing in the very last HDD

The NES Classic Edition looks tiny compared to original

One of the most anticipated releases this holiday season is the Nintendo NES Classic Edition, which features 30 classic Nintendo games built-in, ranging from Contra to The Legend of Zelda.

Professional eSports Association announced

In news, that can only be described as historic, the formation of the Professional eSports Association, or PEA, was announced today via press release. The PEA is going to be an

Logitech’s Prodigy peripherals target casual gamers

With the rise of eSports and competitive online gaming in the past few years, the major gaming peripheral manufacturers have been in an arms race of creating the best keyboards,

Intel Compute Stick (review)

This may be one of the most difficult items I have ever been given to review simply because this device can be so many things to so many different people.

Introducing SteelSeries Siberia 840 bluetooth gaming headset

It’s a bold statement to make when a company calls any of its products “the best,” but it’s a term that SteelSeries can proudly use with its line of gaming peripherals

Evolve goes free to play

Hey remember the game Evolve? If not, don’t worry not many people do. In all honesty the game was pretty awesome, but for one reason or another it never really

E3: Hands-on Nyko Charge Blocks

At E3 most of the coverage and major announcements revolve around the video games, as they should. That doesn’t mean, however, that there are not tons of great new peripherals

Xbox One summer update brings the PC and Xbox even closer

If you have been following any of the news coming out of Microsoft, then you are probably already aware of their quest to merge the Xbox with the PC to create

Legends of Gaming Season 2 is on its way

Legends of Gaming is a fantastic show on YouTube that takes a bunch of gamers, puts them on teams, and makes them compete. It’s fun, entertaining, and so much more!

GDC 2016: Meet the Razer Core and Razer BlackWidow X Chroma keyboard

Razer is a company that is known for some great quality products including the very well-received Razer Blade Notebook and a line of accessories for PC gamers. During GDC they held an

Is Kanye West a Legitimate Indie Game Dev?

If you haven’t heard already, it was announced awhile back that Kanye West intended to create a video game focused on his mother’s journey to heaven. Of course, since Kanye