Tag "Gaming"

GameStop will increase trade-in value starting August 18

On Monday Kotaku revealed that GameStop would be overhauling their trade-in system by offering more money on games you trade in. By removing their promotions they will be able to raise

E3 2014: What’s Wikipad?

The Wikipad has been out for some time now, and if you’re not quite sure what the Wikipad is, then let me clue you in. Have you ever wanted to

Review: The Steelseries H Wireless Headset

Some would say that it’s difficult to express how urgent a quality audio output source is to gamers, but I’ll make it easy. You need it. Having a quality pair

Review: Gunnar’s Intercept gaming eyewear

If you have never owned a pair of Gunnars and find yourself in front of a computer screen or television all day, you need to read this review. All those

CES 2014: Samsung shows off the perfect gaming monitor and camera

4K TVs were big this year in every booth, including Samsung’s booth. Showcasing the UHDTVs (Ultra High Definition Televisions), there were other items that deserved some well-deserved attention. Samsung Cameras

CES 2014: BenQ shows G-Sync Gaming monitors, projectors and lighting equipment

BenQ has become a standard for tournaments, and Major League Gaming has made BenQ the official monitor for all their tournaments. Even Southern California’s own Level|Up runs BenQ monitors for all

CES 2014: NETGEAR improving your WiFi connections better anywhere you are

Chances are if you have gone through wireless routers you have had a NETGEAR. While certain people think all wireless routers are the same, you may want to read further

CES 2014: BMW + Thermaltake’s new gaming mouse announcement

So Thermaltake and BMW at CES 2014 announced a new gaming mouse, the Level M 10 Hybrid. Now before I even start talking about it, just take a good long

Mionix NAOS 7000 – Gaming Mouse (Review)

Leonardo da Vinci expressed, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” and there is nothing more intuitive about this design than its simplicity. Some of you may prefer the convenience of a

Genius releases white peripherals just in time for Christmas: GX Gaming DeathTaker, Imperator Pro, and GX-Speed

This special collection by GX Gaming has arrived just in time for the holiday season. The new DeathTaker, Imperator Pro, and GX-Speed in white look spectacular for any setup which

How Google Glass and other augmented reality eye-wear can be incorporated into gaming

When Google Glass was first announced, my initial thoughts were quite indifferent. I didn’t see it as a huge advancement in the wearable-tech industry due to it’s limited use. With

The Xbox One! It arrives and it works!

So a few days ago I finally got my Xbox One. I just had to wait until UPS dropped it at my office so I could take it home and

Nvidia at BlizzCon 2013 – Showing off the ShadowPlay and G-Sync

Nvidia had a large presence on the floor during BlizzCon 2013, and we stopped by the booth to see what gamers could look forward to. Nvidia released the Shield, a

Review: The Steelseries Siberia Elite gaming headset – Nerd Reactor’s Headset of The Year

“It’s rare to discover a product that just does everything right, and then some.” The Sibera Elite earned its title. Steelseries has been emerging throughout E-sports as the titan of peripherals,

Hearthstone – What’s next? (BlizzCon 2013)

“We weren’t actually sure it would work, but thought it was pretty cool.” While I can’t say who this quote is by, I can assure you that this was one

Korea to pass a law making video games taxable similar to alcohol, tobacco and drugs

Well this is new. It’s a sad day to see such a direct attack on the profit margins from video games by the government of a country which had arguably

Steelseries announces new gaming mouse, The Rival

It’s strange how excited new mouse releases get me. Roughly about the equivalent of an obese kid craving cake, my love of quality gaming peripherals can somewhat be compared to

Gioteck gaming peripherals: New line for Autumn 2013

Gioteck isn’t a name I’ve heard thrown around too often in the U.S. gaming scene. This UK-based peripherals designer has been around since 2007 and is part of Goodbetterbest Ltd.

Steam Universe part 3: The Steam Controller

Valve’s final announcement is the Steam Controller. Two circular trackpads and an LCD touch screen position themselves neatly on the front of the pad. Valve is confident that this will