Razer is well known for a wide range of gaming headsets, you’ll probably expect the last thing to have as a gaming headset is the Hammerhead Pros. These look like traditional in-ear headphones that you’d get with your mobile phone and these are exactly what they are meant for. Gaming…
The Razer Electra V2 is a headset aimed at the more budgeted gamer who is looking for something that is decent while also being fairly priced. Quite a multi-functional headset the Electra V2 works with PC, PS4 and mobile devices while being able to replicate 7.1 with virtual surround sound.…
Much like the recently reviewed Razer Electra V2, the company has been looking at expanding its range of budget gaming peripherals in the likely event that it will attract more gamers with a more versatile price range. It’s their newest keyboard and comes in two slightly different versions, the Chroma at…
The SteelSeries Arctis line has had a decent range of headsets in the past, all which have had good sound and were one of the most comfortable to wear. The best of the three in the range being the Arctis 5 that found a good balance between performance and price. Now…
The Arctis 3, the baby of the Arctis family is a gaming headset with virtual 7.1 surround sound, designed for the gamer with more minimalist tastes. It’s the cheapest in the range if you are on a budget, but there’s also the Artics 5 to consider if you have a…
Dell has quite an impressive line-up of gaming laptops and pcs which can offer decent gaming specs for a price that won’t break the bank. With Alienware though, the Inspiron range is in the middle ground as to be affordable but not cross the line where Alienware sits. This is…
What is the Alienware Aurora? Alienware has a reputation for high-end, powerful gaming laptops but not always for their desktop machines which can go under the radar. The Alienware Aurora is the combination of power, compact design but also price with it not looking to break the bank too much. The…
If you played any of the older South Park games around the Nintendo 64 era, you'd still have a bad taste left in your mouth from the thought of South Park video games. No South Park game made any waves, until The Stick of Truth. Not only was the Stick…
I have always loved wrestling. Always, I love the art of it all. The story telling, the incredible levels of athletic prowess and most of all, the production values (and how different companies will display and showcase their product). So, I learned at a pretty young age to “say my…
Like the other entries in the series, Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is full of laughs, charm, and literal boatloads of fan service. While the heart of Senran Kagura can be seen in this title, the gameplay ultimately feels dry and shallow. There's a lot to love from this series, but this…