Gadgets

Gunnar Optiks Interview with Curtis Silver

Gunnar Optiks Interview with Curtis Silver

Amidst the slew of playable demos, special guest panels and game tournaments at PAX hides a smaller group of company advertisers trying to endorse their products by connecting them to gaming. Whether it be eye drops or energy drinks, every company there insists that they have what you need to keep you playing at your [...]

Hands on with a MOGA Controller

Hands on with a MOGA Controller

Until I actually got my hands on one, I always thought that the controllers for mobile phones were one of the dumbest ideas. Why would I want a controller for my phone? The whole point of the touch based platform was to make smaller games that were controlled in more simplistic manners for the literally [...]

Tablets Rule Now, But What Will Replace Them?

Tablets Rule Now, But What Will Replace Them?

Staying on the cutting edge of technology requires almost constant vigilance. Keeping up with new developments often requires a good deal of speculation. Here are some potential future replacements to today’s tablet trends.   HUD Glasses and Contacts – In Your Face Technology   HUD (heads-up display) glasses are quite close to hitting the market. Many [...]

Top 5 Surprises at the PS4 Announcement

Top 5 Surprises at the PS4 Announcement

Everyone is perfectly aware that Sony had their big PlayStation Meeting of 2013 this week, with their big announcement, the PlayStation 4. While the ever-turning cogs of the rumor mill have prevented a new PlayStation from being any kind of surprise, the mammoth 2-hour conference yielded its own surprises. Here’s the five that stood out for me. 1. Blizzard [...]

Construct 2 Review

Construct 2 Review

The sudden boom in “drag and drop” game engines has certainly been interesting to watch. It seems like every other month a new one is Kickstarted or Greenlit into existence. I’m not sure what this says about the current state of game design, but the ability for anyone to create a video game without years [...]

Top 6 Firefox Add-ons

Top 6 Firefox Add-ons

One of the things that I like about modern day browsers is just how customizable they are. Unlike browsers of yesteryear, todays browsers let you go beyond the default and let you figure out what works best for you. The browser to start this craze and make it mainstream was Firefox and it is still [...]

Tomb Raider Limited Edition Wireless Controller is Ugly, Costs Money

Tomb Raider Limited Edition Wireless Controller is Ugly, Costs Money

Nothing says Tomb Raider like abuse, apparently. Why should the officially licensed peripherals stray from the formula of Crystal Dynamics’ upcoming Tomb Raider reboot? The Tomb Raider Limited Edition Wireless Controller features a “realistic and tactile worn” appearance. Nothing says realism like bandages on a piece of plastic. The controller is ugly as all sin, [...]

How to Remove Chrome Most Visited Websites

How to Remove Chrome Most Visited Websites

If you’re a fellow Google Chrome user like I am, you’ve often found yourself shocked by the frequency you find yourself visiting certain websites thanks to Chrome’s built-in “Most Visited” tab. This tab is fine for quickly launching your favorite websites, but just because you visit it with regularly doesn’t mean it’s something you want [...]

Wii U Review

Wii U Review

The Wii was a toy that resulted in broken windows, broken hips and broken hearts. While it was considered a failure in the eyes of serious gamers, it managed to move the current generation of video games into a completely unexpected direction that would have millions of gamers flailing their arms about like they were [...]

Unboxing: Wii U Deluxe Set

Unboxing: Wii U Deluxe Set

Come watch and question my sobriety as I unbox the Wii U Deluxe Set! There’s a few goodies that are exclusive to the Wii U Deluxe Set, so you’re going to want to read my Wii U Launch Guide for all the details and comparisons between the two.

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