Author: Double-Jump

Mad Catz M.O.J.O Gaming Console and Others

Mad Catz was showcasing their latest in gaming peripherals today at CE Week in NY. S.T.R.I.K.E 3 and 7 Keyboards were present, chocked full of features you’d expect of a gaming keyboard and other features that would grab any gamer’s attention. Also showcased was their new Arcade Stick to launch for the XBox One. But their latest eye-popper was not a peripheral. It was their new Android-powered gaming console, the M.O.J.O. It would be interesting to...

Hisense Unveils the Sero 7 Tablets

On May 23rd in New York City, Hisense introduced their contribution to the crowded Android tablet market and explained why the Sero 7 series of tablets deserve our attention. They pulled no punches by teaming up with NVIDIA and Walmart to ensure their attack is a little more than a just a jab at their competition. The two tablets shown were the Sero 7 LT and the Sero 7 Pro. Each tablet displays respectable specs. But...

Bashing Thru Bad Bots – Game Review

Bad Bots is a retro-styled side-scroller with a “Contra”-esque shoot-em-up appeal. It is a fast-paced blast-fest through 170 rooms of killer robots and 7 bosses. You play as lone-survivor, Sam McRae, as you venture through this deadly spaceship while trying to understand what exactly you just survived. The game has game-controller support and an interesting comic-book art story-telling style. Bad Bots hits the Steam Store today for both PC and Mac. Let’s dive into this...

[PAX East 2013] Powerhouse Gaming Laptops by ASUS & MSI – First Impressions

In the world of PC gaming, it is commonplace for your traditional PC gamer to have a rig that they built themselves. I still have mine, although it was built during the creation of Stonehenge. But how about your closed-quarters gamer looking for a desktop replacement? Not everyone has the space for a 500 key Razer keyboard with a game stats screen. So what do gamer-supporting computer companies consider a proper all-in-one gaming package? On...

iFrogz Demos Their Gaming Caliber: Caliber Vanguard Headset Review

When iFrogz announced to us at CES 2013 that they were entering the gaming arena, we were sure to take them up on their offer to review their flagship PC gaming headset, the Caliber Vanguard. Lets start off with the main selling points of the closed-ear headset. It has 40 mm neodymium drivers for the speakers. Diving deeper into the technical specs, it sports an impedance of 32 ohms, sensitivity of 95 dB +/- 3...

Mobile Gaming Battle Royale at CES 2013

As CES 2013, we met up with several companies that were entering the mobile gaming market, particularly on the iOS and Android platforms. We were particularly interested in the Android presentations, given the inherent “freedom” of the platform, as they we able to bring out more “unique” products; mainly saying, new full-blown devices built around the OS. It was a refreshing walk-through of creative approaches to making touch-screen games more friendly to both the casual...

CES 2013: ZAGG-iFrogz leaps into gaming

On Tuesday Jan. 8 2013, Zagg, well known for their InvisibleSHIELD, announced at CES that they will enter the gaming arena with their new gaming line, Caliber. The line will sport a selection of gaming headsets and their headliner product that day, the Caliber Advantage. The Caliber Advantage is a gaming controller disguised as an iPhone case! Or is it an iPhone case disguised as a controller? Either way, ifrogz presented a controller-case that works...

Samsung CES 2013

CES 2013 – Samsung Press Conference and Demos

At CES 2013, we got to sit in on Samsung’s Press Conference and got demos of their latest and greatest handheld devices. Surely, the Galaxy III is pretty mainstream amongst a large chunk of Android enthusiasts, and the Note 10.1 and II have been out for some time now. Still, wouldn’t you rather hear Samsung themselves talk about it? And you can comb through the almost 50 minute conference with ease with these handy-dandy cliffsnotes!

Holiday Gift Guide 2012 – Double-Jump’s Picks

Double-Jump spends his day double-jumping over users’ IT HelpDesk requests so that he has more time to double-jump in games. He enjoys double-jumping in PC, console and mobile games. His element resides mainly in Shooters, RPGs, and Fighters with a hint of the miscellaneous. The only time he sits still is when he gets his hands on a gadget. » Double-Jump shares his picks for this holiday season.

One Size Fits All – Afterglow Universal Headset Review

PDP takes a swing at the multi-peripheral market with their universal stereo headsets. The headsets support Xbox, PS 3, Wii, Wii U, PC, and mobile devices. There are wired and wireless variants that come in blue and green. Here we look into one of their wired units, the AGP.1.

Gametel Enhances Mobile Gaming

After seeing Fructel’s Gametel at CES 2012, I was eager to see the device in action personally. See my preview coverage of Gametel here. Repeating from my previous article, the device is compatible with Android devices running Android 2.1.1 Éclair or later, Apple iPads running iOS 3.2 or and iPhones supporting iOS 4.0 or later. Once the device is paired with a phone or tablet, it automatically connects once powered on. It is compact, supports...

New York Comic Con 2012 – Venture Bros Roundtable

Royal Flush Magazine sits down with “The Venture Bros.” pioneers to discuss their Halloween special, after discussing a couple of other topics such as: suits, Gamergal’s hideous cell phone case, Liam Neeson, and the art of journalism. In the video, Jackson Publick (Co-Creator, Writer, Producer, Director, and voice of Hank Venture) and Doc Hammer (Co-Creator, Writer, Editor, and voice of Doc Hammer).