Category Archives: GAMING

PC, Mac, Console, Mobile or whatever – basically, it is all about gaming and its related peripherals.

Capcom Announced Home Arcade Stick With 16 Pre-loaded Classic Titles

If you reminisce the good’ol time you had at your local arcade (with the pixelated video games, not the Flash Dance girls), then I am 101 percent sure you will dig the Capcom Home Arcade video game system as much as I do. Announced by Capcom UK via Twitter, the Capcom Home Arcade is essentially a video game console that you can simply plug into your TV and get right into action with 16 classic Capcom popular arcade games preloaded in the machine. Continue reading Capcom Announced Home Arcade Stick With 16 Pre-loaded Classic Titles

This Mobile Gaming Accessory May Help Those Who Sucks In PUBG Mobile

Using three or more fingers (known as ‘Claw’) in a game like, say, PUBG Mobile, gives you an edge. Trust me, ‘Claw’ play style isn’t as easy as it looks because, not everyone is capable of controlling individual digits with dexterity like an octopus does with its tentacle. If you don’t, then you will be glad that there are mobile gaming accessories out there that can help. The StygianForce Professional Kit you see here is one such accessory. Continue reading This Mobile Gaming Accessory May Help Those Who Sucks In PUBG Mobile

3DRudder Lets Your Feet Get Involved In Your Playstation VR Gaming

If you find a pair of hands aren’t enough to handle some Playstation VR games, then perhaps, 3DRudder can be of an assistant. 3DRudder is a foot motion controller for Playstation VR lets your feet get involved in compatible games. By simply tilting 3DRudder with your feet in the direction want to move, it allows your in game character to walk straight, sprint while taking a corner, or stop exactly where you want to, “in a smooth, seamless way” – all while leaving your hands free to do what need to be done, like returning fire at your aggressors. Continue reading 3DRudder Lets Your Feet Get Involved In Your Playstation VR Gaming

Here’s A New Designed-For-FPS Games Gaming Headset From SOMiC

So far, we have not heard of China-based branded gaming headphones. I am sure there are quite a handful. Just that we are not aware of them. Here’s one brand called SOMiC that has been trying to break into the U.S. and international markets since a few years back. You may have seen headphones with the kitty ears decorating the headband (but not to be confused with Axent Wear Cat Ear Headphones). Yeah, that’s SOMiC line of gaming headphones targeted at female gamers. However, we are not talk about those, though. We are here to talk about its latest offering, the SOMiC G805 Gaming Headset designed with FPS games in mind. Continue reading Here’s A New Designed-For-FPS Games Gaming Headset From SOMiC

Teslasuit Is The Real-life Ready One Player Haptic Full-body Suit

This is Teslasuit. While it may share the same name and looks as high-tech as the electric car maker, it is not related to Tesla Motors. Teslasuit is a company that is committed to develop haptic feedback suit that will provide a fully immersive environment for gaming, for use in motion capture, climate control et cetera. It lets the wearer touch and feel the digital environments over the entire body, be touched and become the natural full-body controller at the same time. Continue reading Teslasuit Is The Real-life Ready One Player Haptic Full-body Suit

You Can Now Pre-order Sega Genesis Mini Video Game Console

Wait. What? The fad of miniaturizing video game console of the bygone era hasn’t die down yet? Well, apparently not. Following the many companies doing it and after its Sega Mega Drive Mini, Sega is dishing out yet another: the Mega Drive’s North America counterpart, Sega Genesis Mini Video Game Console. First announced in April last year, the tinier, brand new reboot of the iconic 16-bit console is finally available for pre-order at Walmart, priced at $79.99. Continue reading You Can Now Pre-order Sega Genesis Mini Video Game Console

Turtle Beach’s New Recon 70 Gaming Headset Costs Just 40 Bucks

Once again, Turtle Beach proves that gaming headset made by a specialist gaming headset maker need not to be a bank-breaker. Meet the Turtle Beach Recon 70 Gaming Headset, the latest gaming headset and the successor to the number selling wired gaming headset, Recon 50. Turtle Beach Recon 70 Gaming Headset promised to deliver high-quality game audio with “crisp high and thundering low” for Nintendo Switch through the cans’ 40 mm driver. Continue reading Turtle Beach’s New Recon 70 Gaming Headset Costs Just 40 Bucks

Google’s New Gaming Platform Could End All Existing Gaming Platforms

It is safe to say most modern people’s life revolves around Google. We rely on Google to get to places. We turn to Google for information. We get entertained by it too. The list just go on and on. Thank goodness that they have sold the robotic company to Softbank, if not we would be using Google robots in future too. Anywho, as if Google haven’t already overwhelm our day to day life, it now wants a piece of video gaming too with a new video game platform called Stadia. Continue reading Google’s New Gaming Platform Could End All Existing Gaming Platforms

Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04 VR Kit For Switch Will Arrive On April 12

I bet you didn’t see this coming. We are talking about Virtual Reality (VR) for Nintendo Switch. It is happening, though, and it is part of Nintendo’s Labo DIY cardboard-building gaming peripherals that debuted in January 2018, under a series known Toy-Con (which is NOT a toy convention, btw). The aim of Nintendo Labo is make Switch funner, like it not already is. I have to admit. It is kind of fun to see boxy cardboard robotic suit, fishing pole, steering wheel et cetera. Anywho, Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit, as it is called, is the latest to join the Toy-Con family. Continue reading Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04 VR Kit For Switch Will Arrive On April 12

It’s Official. It Is The End Of The Road For Sony Playstation Vita

It looks like smartphone has claimed another victim: Sony Playstation Vita, Sony Computer Entertainment’s portable gaming device which was just in its 2nd generation. To be fair, smartphone hasn’t really caused any real “fatality” until now. PS Vita may be the first to be directly affected by the surge of mobile gaming on smartphone and to some extend, tablet. Anyways, it is official. Sony has pulled the plug of the successor to the Playstation Portable. Continue reading It’s Official. It Is The End Of The Road For Sony Playstation Vita