Category: PC

Alien Assault Cactus Review

  All the stuff I’ve seen and experienced at PAX Prime this year was all fine and dandy, but one of the highlights for me was definitely chilling with the fine folks at Witch Beam showcasing their game Alien Assault Cactus. I’m a huge fan of the shoot-em-up genre of video games, and this twin-stick shooter delivers. I grew up with arcade games and Alien Assault Cactus continues the arcade spirit with this fun and hectic...

Pax Prime 2015: Tumblestone Developer Interview

Pax Prime never lacks in the game discovery department. Today, we share our brief interview with Ty Taylor the Game Designer working on Tumblestone during Microsoft’s ID@Xbox Pre-Pax Event. Tumblestone is an addictive puzzle game that is unlike any other. At first glance, you might feel like this is a run-of-the-mill competitive puzzle fighting game but as you play you realize that Tumblestone is drastically different.  Tumblestone goes beyond other match-3 games and actually makes the player think about...

PAX Prime 2015: Armello

  Pax Prime 2015 was full of so many awesome games that I couldn’t get around to try them all! I was invited to check out Armello by League of Geeks, and spoke to LoG director/lead writer Trent Kusters, who went into great detail about how amazing the game can be. Armello is a four-player fantasy digital board game that utilizes strategy using cards, dice and tactical positioning (Currently available for Steam). Armello follows a kingdom in peril and...

Pax Prime 2015: A New D&D Experience in Sword Coast Legends

Interested in Dungeons & Dragons but lack the table space or committed group of friends to meet at one place at one time? If you have an Xbox One, PS4, or a capable PC, then Sword Coast Legends may just be the solution for you. We got to try it out for ourselves at Pax Prime and we liked what we saw so far. Brought to you by n-Space and Digital Extremes, Sword Coast Legends...

PAX Prime 2015: Cooler Master Shows Off MasterCase 5 & Pro 5

Time to bring out your inner builder! Cooler Master has been shelling out products to empower PC gamers and PC modding enthusiasts for quite a long time. They pumped out plenty of gamer-specific products with their CM Storm line. Now they are doubling down again on their focus to help both PC modding experts and novices alike build the PC tower of their dreams. Here at PAX Prime 2015, they are showcasing their most recent...

Gearbox Showcases Battleborn at E3

    Looking for an FPS co-op experience where you can customize your character and have many options to choose from? If you liked what Gearbox did with Borderlands, then you should look into their next game, Battleborn. Battleborn is a fast-paced co-op experience giving you 25 unique characters to choose from. Not a fan of character-grinding? Worry not as you’ll be able to fully complete a character’s skill chart progression in a single mission...

SteelSeries Console Headsets & Controller at E3

Steelseries, a headliner in gaming peripherals, has been making cross-platform peripherals for some time now. Yet, you still wouldn’t catch a lot of any of the console-oriented units in a Best Buy, Target or Gamestop, for example. Online on the web was the way to go to get your hands on Steelseries gear. That’s about to change with Steelseries‘ latest line-up of Xbox One and Playstation 4 headsets, coming in three different tiers. They also...

Mighty No. 9 showcased at E3

  The next Mega Man-esque game to come out for the current gen systems doesn’t necessarily have to be Mega Man! At E3 2015, RFMag got some hands on time with Mighty No. 9, a new title developed by Comcept, with involvement of Inti Creates, published by Deep Silver, and produced by Keiji Inafune. To hardcore Mega Man fans, the name Keiji Inafune should sound familiar as he is the illustrator and co-designer of Mega...

Corsair K65 RGB Review

Have you noticed that almost every new keyboard marketed toward gamers is mechanical? I have and that’s a good thing. I couldn’t help but notice the Corsair K65 RGB. I mean, look at the thing. How can you not?! First thing you probably noticed is the fact that it doesn’t come equipped with a number pad. Believe it or not, it’s a thing called a “ten keyless” keyboard. It’s ideal for maximizing space on your...

SteelSeries Apex M800 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Once we saw the SteelSeries Apex M800 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard back at the International CES 2015, we knew we had to try it before we saw SteelSeries again at E3 2015. The Apex M800 is the upgrade to SteelSeries‘ popular original Apex keyboard which used membrane keys and hosted a plethora of macro keys. SteelSeries developed their own mechanical switches this time around for delivering 25% faster actualization. In the software department, the keyboard is...

Swiftpoint GT Highly-Portable Mouse Review

Introduced to us at CES Unveiled back in 2014, the Swiftpoint GT caught our eye with its tiny form factor. At first, it seemed like an unwieldy attempt at being portable. However it surprised us with its unexpected ergonomics and more so with its touch gesture capabilities. Touch gestures from a mouse that comes with all of the accessories you’d need for it on the road? We just had to get a closer look at...