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A Nintendo Switch FAQ

Did the Nintendo Switch presentation left you with more questions than there are Super Mario games? Kotaku have you covered. The popular gaming website recently reached out to Nintendo looking to clarify a few details concerning their newest console,...

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NYKO SPEAKERCOM Review – PS4

Nyko's new SPEAKERCOM unit gives you game audio and a top-notch mic literally at your fingertips. Eliminating the need for irritating and expensive headsets, this little rechargeable unit is worth a look, especially if your XBOX 1 or PS4 mic has you ...

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HyperX launches its first gaming mouse – Pulsefire FPS

HyperX Pulsefire FPS Delivers Accurate, Reliable Performance and completes HyperX’s Gaming Portfolio Winner of RedDot Design Award 2017. HyperX today announced the EMEA release of the HyperX  Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse; designed to meet the nee...

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McLaren-Honda Teams Up with Logitech

McLaren-Honda has revealed their new multi-year agreement with Logitech, the global consumer technology brand, who becomes Official Technology Peripherals Partner. Logitech is one of the world’s most popular consumer electronics brands, with a ...

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Controller People PS4 Pro Controller Review

While some build quality issues and a high price hold it back, the PS4 Pro Controller is a solid half-step between a regular Dualshock and Razor's high-end offering. Great analogue stick variety and a subtle paddle system make this controller a good ...

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Nintendo announces New 2DS XL

After the successful launch of the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo have announced a new bigger version of their child friendly 2DS. In an announcement that took fans by surprise, Nintendo have announced the New 2DS XL. Available from July 28th, the sy...

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Mega Modz Planet Modded Controller Review

Mega Modz Planet offers players a chance to get their hands on custom and modded controllers. With the option to add the trending paddles, which are fully re-mappable, mods that take your game to new heights sometimes, and design options that will ma...

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New Gaming Furniture Brand RESPAWN Launches

Looking for an early Christmas present? Or, are you just in need of some new state-of-the-art gaming equipment - if so, you're in luck. In a press release today, OFM, one of the leading workplace furniture companies, announced the official launch of ...

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Nacon Pro Revolution Controller Review

A common complaint about the Dualshock 4, for people with larger hands, is that it’s too small. Or the buttons aren’t big enough. The Nacon Pro Revolution controller is a third party, Sony licensed product that offers a remedy to your big handed woes...

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Why The Xbox One X Will Fail

The Xbox One X is an upcoming console from Microsoft that is set to serve as a more powerful version of the Xbox One. On paper, this move makes sense. Sony already released the PlayStation 4 Pro so, naturally, Microsoft would want to compete. However...

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How important are gaming monitors for an average PC gamer?

While building or buying our gaming PC, we want to buy a cost-efficient configuration. This usually means a satisfying frame rate for an affordable price. Which most of the times, translates into powerful graphics card and processor together with the...

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dreamGEAR Gamer’s Kit Review (Xbox One)

Gaming on a budget is a tough period for everyone. It's always good to see top of the line quality items out there, but it's equally appreciated to see companies cater to those who filter their searches "price: low to high." This is a kit with severa...

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Scuf Infinity PS4 Pro Controller Review

Everyone has probably heard about a Scuf controller by now. But have you ever tried one? Have you thought about trying one? Well, you should. Scuf controllers are game changers in this progressively more chaotic gaming culture, with higher levels of ...

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Elgato Gaming’s 4K60 Pro Capture Card Now Available

Elgato Gaming announced today the launch of 4K60 Pro, their latest high-end capture card. 4K60 Pro is the first consumer-priced capture card that allows content creators to record stunning 4K visuals at a smooth 60 frames per second. Creators can als...

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3D Rudder Fixes Movement Woes In VR

When you see the words "3D Rudder", it’s difficult at first to imagine exactly what that could mean. Is this something to do with a boating game in VR? Not exactly. Like a rudder on a boat, the 3D Rudder product sits underneath the player’s feet and ...

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Roto VR Chair Rolls Off The Production Line

Elliott Myers and the team behind the Roto VR™ chair today announced that the developer kits of their ground-breaking interactive Roto VR™ Chair – Roto VR™, are rolling off the production line and beginning to ship to development studios worldwide. R...

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Turtle Beach Elite Pro Headsets Review

When my friends ask what I think are the best gaming headsets out there for competitive play, I say Turtle Beach. When they need more specifics I tell them the Elite Pro headsets. A headset with surround sound and works on PC and PlayStation 4, these...

New Discless Xbox One S Rumored For Release In May

The Xbox brand of consoles has been flooring the industry with a flurry of rumors surrounding new consoles, both current and next gen. The latest rumor pushes the idea of an all-digital future for the industry with Microsoft leading the charge accomp...

New PS5 patent points to backwards compatibility

Worried about being unable to play Fortnite, Apex Legends, or your other favorite PS4 titles on the PS5? Sony filed a patent that spells out backwards compatibility for PS4 games and, quite possibly, games from past consoles. It paints a picture of h...

Next-Gen Xbox Consoles Rumored Announcement At E3

The next generation of video game consoles are closing in as the industry buffs itself full of rumors regarding what we'll see from the market leaders. While there's already been talk of both the presumably named Playstation 5 and Xbox Scarlett conso...

New, Slimmer Switch Model Releasing In 2019

A recent leak suggests the Big 'N' is planning to release a new model of the Switch in 2019 focusing solely on portability in order to cut costs. If true, what does this news mean for the future of the 3DS console line? With recent rumors buzzing aro...

Child of Light – Time Hop Podcast Ep. 22

Child of Light is celebrating its fifth anniversary! The Time Hop crew determines whether or not this unexpected Ubisoft RPG is worth picking up on modern consoles. Also hear our thoughts on the political controversy surrounding Eve Online and PlaySt...

The Bits and Bytes Podcast – Episode 1 – Our GOTYs (So Far)

On the first ever episode of The Bits and Bytes Podcast, David, Lillian, and Tyler discuss their favorite games of the year so far. Plus, hear their takes on the latest news the gaming industry has to offer. The first ever episode of The Bits and Byt...

The Bits and Bytes Podcast E2 – Mamma Mia!: The Dating Sim

Here we go again! On the second episode of The Bits and Bytes podcast, we dissect our favorite games in recent memory. Also hear our thoughts on Mamma Mia!: The Dating Sim, bad Fortnite parenting, and suggestions on the next Assassin's Creed game sta...

The Bits and Bytes Podcast E3 – The Chicken Run Incident

On the third episode of The Bits and Bytes Podcast, we talk about our favorite childhood games. Also hear our thoughts on taffy shortages, a mochi surplus, Minecraft's newest update, plagiarism, and a certain recent incident regarding famed blockbust...

The Bits and Bytes Podcast E6 – Rise of Cowboy Dumbledore

On the sixth episode of The Bits and Bytes Podcast, David, Lindsay, and Tim discuss the scariest games they've played so far. The elusive Cowboy Dumbledore also makes a surprise appearance. We love that guy. Image courtesy of Touchstone Pictures On t...

The Bits and Bytes Podcast E8 – Doki Doki Destruction

On the eighth episode of The Bits and Bytes Podcast, David, Lindsay, and Tim discuss games that get them in the autumn mood. Are there any Undertale and/or Doki Doki Literature Club fans out there? We hear those titles are pretty popular. Fall is fin...

The Bits and Bytes Podcast – Episode 7 – Disgusting Kirby

On the seventh episode of The Bits and Bytes Podcast, David, Lindsay, and Tim discuss the most disgusting games they've ever played. Maybe Grand Theft Auto IV isn't as great as we thought it was? Also, we say hello to most grotesque Kirby that's ever...

The Bits and Bytes Podcast E9 – Games We’re Thankful For

On the ninth episode of The Bits and Bytes Podcast, David, Lindsay, and Tim discuss the games they're most thankful for. Also hear their thoughts on the Diablo Immortal controversy and the state of the Final Fantasy series. Thanksgiving is right arou...

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