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By Will Philbrook On 12 Aug, 2014 At 01:52 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews, Tech | With 0 Comments

I’ve often heard the old adage that you should spend the most money on that which separates you from the ground. Tires, beds, shoes; all of these items take the biggest beating and thus should be of the highest quality. For gamers, this old phrase is equally true in regards to the hardware in which […]

By Dan On 24 Jul, 2014 At 02:22 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews, Tech, Videos | With 0 Comments
The BenQ RL2460HT

One of the most important pieces of equipment any PC user will need is a monitor, and to your surprise there’s actually a huge difference between the ones packaged in with your Dell’s and HP’s compared to ones by companies like BenQ. You might ask yourself, “but what’s the difference?” Well, you’ve come to the […]

By Nate On 23 Jun, 2014 At 01:05 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Reviews, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments

Watch Dogs was one of those games that instantly drew in a ton of eyes when it was announced at E3 back in 2012. The brand new IP from Ubisoft, being developed by the geniuses at Ubisoft Montreal, the team that brought us the original Assassin’s Creed, as well as plenty of other gems for […]

By Dan On 19 May, 2014 At 11:23 AM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Playstation 4, Reviews, Tech | With 1 Comment
HyperX Cloud headset _black_ _Cloud-headset-side_08_04_2014 01_35

When I’m in the market for a gaming headset there are a few things that I look for. The first is quality, the second would be comfort, and finally I’ll look at the price. If you’ve been looking at headsets like I have, the HyperX Cloud might have not come up on your radar and […]

By Brett On 8 May, 2014 At 02:02 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Reviews, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments

Be prepared to laugh your face off while angrily chucking your controller at the wall again. Trials is back and it’s better than ever with Trials Fusion. The concept is simple. You’re a dude on a bike on a 2D plane who can lean back or forward as well as accelerate or brake. That’s it. […]

By Dan On 1 May, 2014 At 03:21 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews, Tech | With 2 Comments

If you’re looking to really get into PC gaming there are some things you’re going to need to beef up that old system you’ve got. Some of the first things you might think about would be a new processor, or maybe an updated video card, but one thing people tend to forget about is the […]

By Dan On 29 Apr, 2014 At 03:49 AM | Categorized As Featured, PC, Playstation 4, Reviews | With 0 Comments
daylight title

Daylight is an Unreal Engine 4 powered survival horror game created by developer Zombie Studios that puts you into the shoes of a woman known only as Sarah. You’ve been abandoned in a hospital with no recollection of how you got there or how you are supposed get out. You’re prompted by a voice to […]

By Will Philbrook On 29 Apr, 2014 At 12:52 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, Reviews | With 0 Comments

These days, you can find a simulator for anything. Anything from Trains to Agriculture and even Goats are the focus in an oddly emerging genre. Today, we look at a game that simulates the life and times of a boar. But not any ordinary boar. this boar happens to be going Full Bore: Into Hard Earth. […]

By Ashley On 12 Apr, 2014 At 09:29 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, Reviews, Xbox 360 | With 1 Comment

I have so much to say about this game that I needed a way to control myself, so I have broken this Dark Souls 2 review into simple chunks so that you won’t need to sift through me rambling about how in love I am with it. I have also done my best to keep […]

By Dan Courtney On 18 Mar, 2014 At 05:45 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, Reviews | With 1 Comment

The Elder Scrolls Online releases in a few short weeks, and I had the privilege of being invited to the beta test several times in the past couple of months. When I logged in to my first beta weekend, I was greeted with client crashes and game-freezes, just within the character creation stage. Pushing past […]