Author: Double-Jump

SOUL Combat Plus

Battle Workouts to a Tune – Soul Combat+ Headphones Review

Last month, we reviewed Soul‘s impressive and aptly priced Transform headset – rugged and lightweight headphones endorsed by Tim Tebow. If you haven’t had the chance to try them out, but you want to one-up those who have, Soul‘s Combat+ headphones are the next stop for you. Soul’s leading headset for the athletes in all of us brings yet even more durability, features and style to the table while continuing to keep impressive sound quality...

Soul Transform

Transform Your Workouts – Soul Transform Headset Review

For those of you that gained pounds from Thanksgiving and let it all saturate as you played with the XBox One or the PS4, it’s time to hit the treadmill! It won’t be so bad; You can listen to Soul quality music on one of the battle-ready Soul headphones, Transform, endorsed by Tim Tebow. The headset is rugged, lightweight, chock full of features, and best of all, only a modest $99. We got our hands on one...

Turtle Beach Drops the Hammer! Marvel Earforce Seven Headset Review

Turtle Beach Drops the Hammer! Marvel Earforce Seven Headset Review

  Are you a serious gamer that still is looking for a reputable gaming headset? Are you also still hyped after seeing Thor: The Dark World? Well, what if Turtle Beach launched a Thor: The Dark World inspired headset with their latest Earforce SEVEN line equipped with an in-line amplifier? What if I stopped asking questions as an intro!? Turtle Beach is a frontrunner in gaming audio solutions and their SEVEN series of headsets holds...

CM Storm Causing Havoc – Gaming Mouse Review

Cooling Master, with their CM Storm brand, provide a wide assortment of gaming peripherals for the serious PC gamer. At the beginning of the year, they made a big push with their gaming laptop cooling bases. At Pax Prime, we were given a walk-through of their latest innovation in PC casing solutions, the HAF-Stacker. Here we review one of their latest in gaming mice, the Havoc. Packed with an Avago 9800 sensor, on board memory...

Pax Prime 2013 Rewind: Kingston HyperX Stays Primed at Pax-

Kingston continues to be a main player in the stage of PC and storage components while keeping style as an integral component with their HyperX branding. They root themselves even deeper into the gaming arena with their sponsorships of headline professional gaming teams Cloud 9 HyperX and Team Solomid. The two teams did Kingston proud as Cloud 9 HyperX placed 1st and Team Solomid placed 2nd at the League of Legends American Regional Finals at...

Dungeon Defenders II Sets Their Towers Up at NYCC

Trendy Entertainment’s Dungeon Defenders is a widely-accepted and unique approach to tower defense games. So much so, that it was released on PC, Mac, XBLA, PSN, Google Play and the App Store. You choose from 4 unique characters and join up with other players to defend a town – deploying traps and towers to battle waves of enemies. The unique twist being that each of the characters can roam around during the waves, taking on...

Say Hi to Hello Hero

At Pax Prime, we were introduced to a new mobile game targeted towards classic, turn-based online RPG enthusiasts. Originally released in South Korea, Hello Hero hit the mobile market hard in its initial launch with over 1 million downloads reaching First Place in the Apple App Store and Third in the Google Play Store. Who could blame South Korean developer Fincon for attempting to take a stab at the mobile and Facebook market in the...

Full of Energi – TYLT Energi Charging Backpack Review

On our trip to Pax Prime, we had the chance to take this urban warrior’s utility pack through its paces. The TYLT Energi backpack is not just a bag that has specific compartments for any device or accessory you could imagine. It gets it’s name of Energi for its ability to charge up to three devices simultaneously and neatly through a well-planned cable management system. And just in case you need your NFC-capable phone to do perform...

Cooler Master Unveils HAF Stacker at Pax Prime

Cooler Master (aka CM Storm) has been hinting that they have a big announcement to make during Pax Prime this year, but has slyly given n0 clues as to what it may be. On August 30, 2013 they unveiled the HAF Stacker series of gaming tower casings. The HAF Stacker is the first stackable mod-tower, intended to promote new levels of customization and expandability in today’s (or tomorrow’s!) gaming rigs. At Pax Prime, we let...

NVIDIA Shield and ScreenBeam at Pax Prime

At Pax Prime 2013, NVIDA showcased their frontline Android-based portable gaming system, the SHIELD. The device was announced around the beginning of this year, and was showcased at both CES and Pax East. Aside from being a robust stand-alone device, we have also seen the headline feature of streaming PC games to the handheld. As an added bonus we got to see this feature work “in reverse” in a hands on demo with ActionTec’s ScreenBeam:...

An Adventure with Westone – ADV Earphones Review

An Adventure with Westone – ADV Earphones Review

Westone has spent over 50 years in the audio business. Twenty of those years have been focused on creating custom in-ear monitors for sound engineers and elite musicians. But what do they have available directly for everyday consumers today? On June 4, 2013 they released the Adventure Series (ADV) Alpha earphones for the active music enthusiast. The focus is on the word “active” as these earphones are intended for people in motion: your gym goers,...

SDCC 2013: A Peek at TMNT Out of the Shadows

At San Diego Comic Con, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were out of the sewer and onto the Xbox Public Demo room for all to play. The 4 player beat em’ up had fans of the old arcade series and newcomers alike lining up to play. The game sported the campy art style of today’s Ninja Turtles and is coupled with flashy ninja-esque movements. If goal is a comic-styled arcade pick-up-and-play of yester-year, then the game is...