Tagged: review

Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam

Logitech is firing on all cylinders with their C922 Pro Stream Webcam!  A great entry for anybody who is currently streaming, or creating videos for Youtube.  

Nyko Charge Block Solo Review

Nyko Charge Block Solo for Xbox One™ and PlayStation®4 Review

Dual charging solutions for the Xbox One™ and PlayStation®4 are my latest obsession. For a while, I’ve had to purchase individual charging solutions for each system. With such limited space in my apartment, separate charging solutions meant two electrical outlets were needed to charge the controllers at any time. Additionally, it also meant double the space was needed for each console’s charging solutions in most entertainment systems. Therefore, when the opportunity came up to give...

Mad Tiger – Peelander-Z Documentary

Before I can talk to you about Mad Tiger, I must first get you up to speed on what/who Peelander-Z is.  That is if I can pull you away from Pokemon go for a few minutes.  I assure you, it is totally worth it.

The Culling: Reviewed!

The Culling is a battle royal style PC game that started out as a battle royal style PC game.  Noble concept eh?  Now, if you aren’t familiar with the current lot of battle royal type games then the opening line to this may be a bit confusing, but I’ll explain if you give me a minute…

Bombshell Reviewed!

Bombshell is an isometric shooter with some RPG elements developed by Interceptor Entertainment and published by 3D Realms.  You take on the role of Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison, a voluptious woman that loves to run around and kill aliens and give bad one-liners.

Fantasia: Music Evolved Review

Since the very beginning of music games, players have wanted to take control of the music in rhythm games rather than just playing along side of it. Games like DJ Hero and Rock Band provide very minimum control and stuff like Wii Music feel more like noise toys than an actual game.  Harmonix and Disney has finally struck a balance of customized music with gameplay in Fantasia: Music Evolved.

Double Experience

Nerds from our great neighbors from the North can rock!  Double Experience is a lot more than a couple of gamers with instruments.  Their upcoming album goes to show that gamers really do have feelings, and they are not ashamed to talk about em!