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  • Fatal1ty FXM 200 Headset Review

    Fatal1ty FXM 200 Headset Review

    Today we take a look at the Fatal1ty FXM 200 Headset by MONSTER. This review has been a long time coming as I’ve been traveling a lot with Wizard World, Tekken Tour, and the Amazon Unboxing event. However, this has allowed me to spend much longer with this headset and you’ve probably seen me using […]

  • IOGEAR KeyMander Review

    IOGEAR KeyMander Review

    MSRP: $99.95 USD Amazon: $64.99 USD as of 8-20-2014 Newegg: $69.99 USD – IOGEAR KeyMander Controller Emulator for use with Game Console (GE1337P) I guess it started with Halo on the original Xbox.  It came out in November 2001 and by the following year, Xbox/Halo LAN parties were commonplace.  Lots of fun was had in […]

  • Razer Blackwidow 2013 Mechanical Keyboard Lineup – Unboxing and Comparison

    I recently couldn’t decide which Razer Blackwidow 2013 Keyboard to pick up. I knew I wanted a mechanical keyboard, but didn’t know if I should go with the Ultimate / Regular or the Stealth / Non-Stealth versions. So I got two, and luckily ended up with the right combination for myself. For those of you […]

  • AverMedia Live Gamer HD – Review and Performance Benchmarks

    [section_title title=AverMedia Live Gamer HD Review – Introduction] The AverMedia Live Gamer HD is different from other HD capture cards on the market for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it has a built in H264 hardware encoder. Second, it comes with all necessary software to stream your gameplay to TwitchTV. Third, it is a PCI-Express […]

  • Diamond 1080 HD Game Capture – GC1000 – Review

    Sharing your gameplay experiences through streaming services such as Twitch.tv or own3d can be a lot of fun. However, it usually requires a high end computer system as well as expensive capture hardware. High end capture cards like the Blackmagic Intensity Pro, or the AverMedia Live Gamer HD, require desktop computers as they require a […]

  • eTokki Omni – Korean Stick – Review

    eTokki Omni – Korean Stick – Review

    In the market for a Korean stick? The eTokki Omni is the high end for anyone looking for a korean stick. If you’ve watched me streaming TTT2 the past month you know that I’ve been using this stick a ton. In this review I go over the Omni inside and out as I’m joined by […]

  • Street Fighter x Tekken FightStick Pro Giveaway & Review

    Street Fighter x Tekken FightStick Pro Giveaway & Review

    Thanks to MadCatz we’re going to be giving away one of the brand new MadCatz Street Fighter x Tekken FightStick Pro’s right here through our website. To enter all you need to do is visit the website and leave a comment on any post between 2/24/2012 and 3/9/2012. Contest ends at midnight PST 3/9/2012. USA […]

  • EightArc Fusion Premium Tournament Joystick Review

    EightArc Fusion Premium Tournament Joystick Review

    If you haven’t heard, EightArc is the new kid on the block when it comes to the arcade stick market. In this review I take a look at their dual-modded stick (works on Xbox360/PS3/PC), the EightArc Fusion. FYI, yesterday EightArc also announced the Fusion Sapphire and Fusion Ivory variations of this stick as well. The […]

  • Evo 2011 Tournament Results!

    After a long and exciting weekend at Evo 2011, we finally got the results to most of the games that were featured this year.  The official Evo 2011 standings are as follows: Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition — Results and players remaining 1. Fuudo (Fei Long) 2. BrokenTier|Latif (C. Viper) 3. Poongko (Seth) 4. […]

  • Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Review

    Probably the craziest looking mouse you’ll ever see, the Cyborg R.A.T. 7 is touted to be the next step in the evolution of the mouse.  With a large number of adjustable settings, the RAT can be customized to fit all sorts of mouse grip styles.  And with “twin-eye” laser sensor technology, its tracking should provide […]

  • Tritton AX PRO Headset Review

    The AX PRO’s are Tritton’s high-end true 5.1 surround gaming headsets.  While most headsets have two individual drivers, these have a total of 8 in an attempt to fully simulate a 5.1 theater setup.  In theory, this should make for some epic sound, but does it actually work?  Read more to find out…