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19th May 2013
Mad Catz will tell you that the M.O.U.S.9 isn't a gaming mouse... it's a relative of the R.A.T.9 which is a hyper sensitive, mega customisable mouse of very similar birth. But from what I can tell, the M.O.U.S.9 is more than capable of play, work, the lot.
26th April 2013
The StreamPort Universal serves as a go-between so that your Hi-Fi or speakers can have a new lease of life, a little white or black box which creates a NFC or Bluetooth connection to all your devices, keeping the device portable and saving you the expense of a new dock.
18th April 2013
The first half hour is enough; after continuing the Bioshock tradition of journeying to a new world by means of a mysterious lighthouse, just wandering round the turn-of-the-century floating city of Columbia is an experience I found on par with exploring Fallout 3’s Megaton – you’ll have to >>
17th October 2012
For all the varying emotions different games have made me feel, XCOM: Enemy Unknown is the first to really make me experience the weight of loss.
8th October 2012
Many of you will be aware of MadCatz, with their awesome hardware bringing gamers closer to the game. What you may not know is that they are branching into software and publishing, so, low and behold Damage Inc.
23rd September 2012
Rock Band Blitz is an odd one; to take away the one thing that made Harmonix's previous titles in the franchise what they are seems like one of the strangest manoeuvres ever witnessed in the games industry. However, as it turns out giant plastic instruments aren't the only thing that make a Rock >>
12th September 2012
The Tekken series is one which has a special place in my heart, it manages to be something I can pick up and play time and time again and never get bored of, no matter how much it makes me want to snap the disk in half when things aren’t going my way. My earliest [...]
11th September 2012
Mobile phones today seem to have to ability to do just about everything: Order food online, take a grainy photo of a doughnut, and even tell you who played Gandalf.
2nd September 2012
I can’t deny, as a gamer, I’ve been a little bored recently. The last few months have been a bit of a dry spell, so I packed my bags and made my way to Cologne, Germany to visit Gamescom, the biggest games trade fair in the world. Just like the scorching 36-degree weather in Cologne, the >>
31st August 2012
So, the series has somewhat of a serious following in Japan, and I can totally see why. It has a rather interesting blend of anime cut-scenes and game-play, which I can honestly say I found truly enjoyable. The dialogue had me laughing so loud I worried the rest of the house, and the story is >>
27th August 2012
Robot Entertainment are back with a second installment to their Orcs Must Die series, this time sporting a rather nifty Co-op mode, but aside from the inclusion of a friend, what's so different about Orcs Must Die 2?
22nd August 2012
I suppose filming all those TV episodes and doing all that chasing around is bound to become a bit tiring after a while, but who would have thought Kiefer Sutherland was such a fan of cupcakes?
14th August 2012
Once the world’s ended, that’s it, right? Not necessarily, as Vigil Games have somehow managed to continue this orgy of violence and damnation in Darksiders II, a follow-up in which you play as Death, brother of War, attempting to reverse the damage and bring humanity back. Even more >>