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8 Ways a Wireless Gaming Headset Can Give You Competitive Advantage

8 Ways a Wireless Gaming Headset Can Give You Competitive Advantage Good gaming gear can complement a gamer’s play style. Acquiring arcade stick controllers for fighting games, gaming mouse and keyboards for PC gaming, and other, more expensive stuff like 144hz monitors and the latest graphics card can totally change one’s enjoyment of the game. However, these are not the...

Turtle Beach Utilizing Microsoft Wireless Technology for Headsets

Turtle Beach Utilizing Microsoft Wireless Technology for Headsets As the market continues to get saturated with different types and brands of headsets, companies are looking to slash costs as much as humanly possible. I remember during the hey-days of the PS3 and Xbox 360, where a good gaming headset would easily set a gamer back at least $200! Today, that isn’t the case,...

Wireless Controller Solution Announced For the NES Classic Edition

Wireless Controller Solution Announced For the NES Classic Edition One of the complaints about the NES Classic Edition, even before it came out, was that the controller cord looked too small. Why couldn’t Nintendo just make the controller cordless? Well, Nintendo didn’t do that, but a third party developer will be releasing a wireless NES Classic controller soon! A company...

SteelSeries Shows Siberia 840 Wireless Gaming Headset

SteelSeries Shows Siberia 840 Wireless Gaming Headset If you haven’t read our review of the Siberia 800 headset, head over to that and see why we loved it so much. Although the 800 series deviates from the traditional suspension design that makes SteelSeries products the most comfortable on the market, so many other great features made it an outstanding, elite...

De Blob iPhone Review

De Blob iPhone Review Color me surprised: One of the most polished and enjoyable iPhone games to date isn’t a big name like Super Monkey Ball or Bomberman but a slick newcomer known as de Blob. Controlling this giant gob of paint isn’t much of a challenge, but you’ll always feel in control of the action, and painting...

Spore: Origins Review

Spore: Origins Review Spore: Origins doesn’t have a future in nation-building or galactic conquest. In fact, even lungs and legs are out of this tiny action game’s league. The excitement of building a creature from scratch is significantly diminished when you realize that beyond zipping around the water and gobbling up...

Reset Generation Review

Reset Generation Review The same cyborgs, ninjas, and scantily clad elves have been running around generic castles and similar stock environments since the earliest days of the arcade. With amusing parodies of these iconic characters (like “Hedgehog” and “Plumber”), Reset Generation pays homage to and pokes fun...

Asphalt 4 Review

Asphalt 4 Review The Asphalt racing titles may not be familiar to most console gamers, but they could easily be considered a rival to Ridge Racer or Need for Speed on the mobile platform. Asphalt 4 sports some of the best 3D visuals I’ve seen in a mobile game; at times, its over-the-top racing physics make it seem like you’re...

Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II Review: Blue Renewed

Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II Review: Blue Renewed It wasn’t too long ago that Sega gave us Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I, a new 2D Sonic game that aped the original Genesis games. It wasn’t amazing, but wasn’t exactly the grand betrayal many made it out to be, either. Nevertheless, it was defecated on by the gaming public for many reasons ranging...

WWE Aftershock

WWE Aftershock How do you review a wrestling game for a handheld — especially one that tries so hard to emulate the console big boys? It’s not an easy task, because one must factor in the technological limitations. But, at the same time, the developers had to do that before they made said game, and come up with the...

Glimmerati

Glimmerati Talk about an ambitious title. Take the deep plot of Grand Theft Auto, but replace gangs and violence with high fashion, style, and the “beautiful” people. Then, put it on the N-Gage. This could’ve been the most disastrous game in ages, but defying all odds, Glimmerati is one of the most intriguing,...

Poppit

Poppit Making a compelling puzzle game may seem like easy business, but it’s not — which is why so few of them become household names: Tetris, Bejeweled, etc. Poppit is EA Pogo’s attempt at making the next great puzzle phenomenon. In my opinion, they hit the nail on the head — or pin on the balloon,...

DOOM RPG

DOOM RPG It’s DOOM, it’s on a cell phone, and it’s an RPG. It’s also Bizarro World, because I never thought I’d be saying those three things in the same sentence. However, DOOM RPG defies the odds by easily becoming the finest mobile game I’ve ever played. How do you like them apples? Now,...

Xanadu Next

Xanadu Next Xanadu Next, made by Falcom; (the Japanese developer who brought us the infamous Ys series) is a mixed bag of slime-slaying goodness. It’s true, the action/RPG department in the N-Gage library has a few vacancies, however this title won’t be filling any extended bookings anytime soon — which...

One

One When I first heard someone was working on a 3D fighting game for the N-Gage, my first thought was, “Yeah, good luck.” It turns out no luck was needed, because ONE turned out to be a very decent brawler that possesses graphics that surpass anything I thought was possible. Smell my knee now, cuz it’s...

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