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  • Blog Post: Sony Unveils A Limited-Edition Uncharted 4 PS4 Bundle

    If you're an adventurer looking for treasure, look no further. Sony has announced a limited-edition Uncharted 4 PS4 bundle to celebrate the game's release on April 26. The bundle is $399.99 ($499.99 in Canada) and includes a 500GB console w/ silk-screened image and gold script, the game, and... More
  • Blog Post: Nathan Drake Figure Unveiled By NECA Toys

    Uncharted’s Nathan Drake is no stranger to collecting treasures, but thanks to the folks at NECA toys, Drake is now a collectible himself. After giving fans a sneak peek last month , NECA showed off the upcoming 7” Nathan Drake action figure today on Twitter. It comes with two firearms, a... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Is Selling A $400 Vault-Tec Branded Wearable Bass Enhancer

    Bethesda has added two new Fallout-themed items to its online store. Unlike the neat-looking headphones, watches, and other merch , these offer up a new way to experience the Wasteland (and every other game). At E3 2015, I was on the VR beat and happened into a meeting with a company called Subpac. The... More
  • Blog Post: Razer’s Latest Blade PC Offers A Laptop With Added Desktop Power

    Razer has announced the latest revision for its Blade laptop, aiming to offer both portability and desktop power. The Razer Blade Stealth weighs in at under three pounds, but connects to a “Core” housing that delivers desktop graphics. There are two different versions of the Razer Blade Stealth... More
  • Blog Post: PowerA Announces Xbox One Controller With Underside Buttons

    It seems that more controller manufacturers are cramming more buttons onto the peripherals. Scuf was the first company to launch a controller with underside “paddles” that mimic other buttons, but allow you to keep both thumbs on the sticks. Others have also decided to use that design approach... More
  • Blog Post: Thrustmaster Releasing Mid-Level PlayStation/PC Wheel This Fall

    Thrustmaster has announced its T150 Force Feedback wheel for PS4/PS3/PC this fall, stepping up from its T80 model without hitting those upper-echelon price points. The T150 comes out in October for $199.99, and the officially licensed PlayStation/PC wheel features Force Feedback, up 1080-degree rotation... More
  • Blog Post: Hori Readying PS4 Keyboard & Mouse Combo This Fall For FPS Players

    According to a retail listing, peripheral maker Hori is prepping a PS4/PS3 keyboard and mouse combo this fall, replicating a PC setup. The listing on Amazon.co.uk is for an October 9 release over there for approximately £86, and the controller features a programmable keyboard with separate buttons... More
  • Blog Post: PS4 Getting Officially Licensed Media Remote

    If you spend time streaming movies and other media on your PlayStation 4, you may have come to the conclusion that the console's Dualshock 4 isn't the optimal way to navigate menus. With that in mind, peripheral maker PDP is stepping up with an officially licensed media remote. The remote is... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Peek Inside This $499 NES

    The Nt from Analogue Interactive isn't just any old NES emulator. This sleek, $499 machine is custom-built around the original NES' Ricoh 20A3 and Ricoh 2C02 microprocessors. Besides being a functioning console that can play your back library, it's beautiful to look at. The body is carved... More
  • Blog Post: Gunnar Goes Green With New Razer Partnership

    Gunnar Optiks and Razer, maker of a range of PC peripherals, are combining their styles for two new models of glare-reducing glasses. Both new designs feature Gunnar’s i-AMP lenses with touches of Razer’s classic bright green. Both the RPG Designed by Razer and Cerberus Designed by Razer... More
  • Blog Post: Logitech Announces A Pair Of Racing Wheels For New Consoles

    Logitech has announced two force feedback wheels for sale – one for the Xbox One and the other for the PlayStation 4 – for racers looking to get serious on the speedways. The G29 Driving Force (above) for the PS4 – also compatible on the PS3 and PC – features dual-motor force... More
  • Blog Post: SanDisk To Release New Solid State Drives Priced "On Par" With HDDs

    Anyone with even a passing knowledge of computers or gaming consoles knows that solid state drives are better than traditional hard disk drives in every way except one: price. Now SanDisk hopes to eliminate that issue with a new line of SSDs priced to move. According to SanDisk, the new Z400s "outperforms... More
  • Blog Post: Turtle Beach Releases Elite 800X Wireless Xbox One Surround Sound Headset

    When gaming on an Xbox One, most headsets require a connection to the controller. Turtle Beach has entirely cut the cords, with a 7.1 surround sound headset that is completely wireless. The Elite 800X features 50mm drivers (the larger the driver, the better it produces the low end of the range and most... More
  • Blog Post: Konami And Square Enix Are Releasing The Hottest Metal Gear Solid V Figure Yet

    Play Arts Kai has released a gallery of images of the company's latest figurine based on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The Burning Man is a grim-looking person who lives up to his name. If you're fuzzy on the character, don't fret. He might not have the instant name recognition of... More
  • Blog Post: London Symphony Orchestra Tackles Final Fantasy With New Album

    Symphonies are kind of like bands with many more musical instruments, but they're not lame. Case in point, the world-famous London Symphony Orchestra recently traveled to legendary Abbey Road Studios to record music from Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X, and you can now buy the album they created. Following... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Announces New Quad HD Blade Laptop, Still Just Over 4 Lbs.

    Razer has announced a refresh for its Blade laptops with two updated models, including one with a Quad HD+ (3200x1800) display. The Blades are customizable with solid state hard drive options topping out at 512GB. The QHD+ version of the Blade is available starting today from Razer’s website at... More
  • Blog Post: Scuf Gaming Is Building A Better Controller With The One You Already Have

    Controller technology has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a pair of Pong paddles. Atari gave us the joystick-and-button, and Nintendo added precision to the mix with a directional pad and second button. Since then, ergonomics and functionality have increased giving us the Xbox 360 controller... More
  • Blog Post: Steelseries Siberia Elite Bringing Comfort And Dynamic Sound To PC And Mac

    At PAX 2013, I had the opportunity to spend some time with a new headset from Steelseries. I've used a lot of gaming headsets from a number of manufacturers (last year I reviewed more than 25 different models), and I was quite impressed with where Steelseries is going with the Siberia line. The Siberia... More
  • Blog Post: Oculus Rift's IndieCade VR Jam Announces Finalists

    If you're worried that the Oculus Rift VR unit won't have enough games when it launches, the company, along with IndieCade, is currently holding a game jam to help foster development for the technology. Over 220 teams have submitted VR game ideas to the Oculus Rift's IndieCade VR Jam, but... More
  • Blog Post: Hands On With Nvidia Project Shield

    It’s not hard to get excited by Project Shield’s feature set, but I have to wonder who the system will be marketed towards. If you’re not familiar with Nvidia’s Project Shield, it’s an Android-driven mobile device that comes attached to a controller. Nvidia hopes it will... More
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