Oculus has been working hard towards their 2016, quarter one, public release of their virtual reality headset Oculus Rift. It’s become blatantly apparent that not only is the developer striving to better the headset itself, but also the controller options for it. An Xbox One controller will be standard with every Oculus Rift headset, but more »
Love mobile gaming, but hate only having a tiny screen to work with? Tried other Android-to-tv gadgets, only to find out they sucked? Well, the ZRRO (pronounced Zero) is supposedly the answer to all those troubles. The ZRRO box is a powerful, Android-based micro-console, and it works with the ZRRO pad, a one of a more »
There are few things in life that get me as pumped up as the prospect of virtual reality. Needless to say, I had a little freak out watching clips of Microsoft’s HoloLens during today’s Windows 10 briefing. Unlike the Oculus Rift, or Project Morpheus, the HoloLens is a completely separate system. It is its own computer, more »
Here we are again, another holiday season filled with excess and shopping, gorging ourselves on holiday goodies, and the ever entertaining “Black Friday” hustle and bustle. For gamers, this is an extra special holiday season due to the recent launch of the PS4 and the Xbox One, and while these two heavy-hitters will surely find more »
Giving how often I had to replace my Xbox 360 controllers due to wear and tear, Microsoft’s announcement of a $59.99 price tag on new Xbox One controllers makes my wallet cry. Granted, Xbox 360 controllers sell for $49.99 at some retailers still today. Most shoppers can find deals around $39.99 easily, though.
Sony have release a set of handy grids which fully detail the specifications of the PlayStation 4 (PS4), the DualShock 4 Wireless Controller and the new PlayStation Camera. The lists of specifications also include the additional items that come with each product, their price in most major Western currencies and the exciting range of colours more »
Game console peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz has announced today that their new Android based M.O.J.O. home console will be made available to purchase this holiday season. According to an official Mad Catz press release, the M.O.J.O is “expected” to come with the Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Wireless GamePad, another newly announced device that allows mobile games with touch more »
If you’re tired of wires getting in the way of your gaming headset, the folks at Skullcandy have a solution for you. The company recently released the Skullcandy PLYR2 Wireless Gaming Headset that can be used for PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Mac and mobile platforms. It sells for $129.95 in black, white and teal.
If you’re hoping to prevent that extra winter fat from building up, look on the shelves for the forgotten exergaming system that was well ahead of its time, the XaviX…
In November of 2010, Sony released an updated version of its PlayStation-branded Bluetooth headset for $49.99. Now, nearly two years later, the price for this headset and been permanently dropped to $39.99.
Five ISPs have allowed each other’s customers to access the CableWiFi network.
Christmas may be over, but there are still plenty of sales going on. We’re likely to continue seeing sales pop up as we enter the new year and beyond. Sony just started a promotional sale like this called Play Days. Play Days will run until January 21 and features discounts on PS3 accessories at several more »