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Xbox One Chatpad Review

With the vast amounts of accessories coming out for the Xbox One, we often ask ourselves “Is it worth it and will I use it?”. Well today I hope to help some of you out there, I recently brought the ‘Chatpad’ and wanted to show you what it can do. Apart from the obvious of typing, it can also do a few other things. The first thing is the in built audio mixer, This is a god send for all headset users. To the left of the keyboard you will find two buttons, one is a picture of a controller … Read More »

Star Wars Battlefront Sandtrooper Headset Review

December is a massive month for many people with Christmas but for Star Wars fans It’s been along time waiting with Episode VII: The Force Awakens being released in cinemas worldwide this week. Alot of gamers have also been having fun playing EA’s newest title Star Wars Battlefront while they wait and we’ve had some fun on that we must admit, But we’ve been having the most fun of all playing with Turtle beach’s newest headset called ‘Star Wars Battlefront Sandtrooper Gaming Headset’ and we was lucky enough to get our hands on one as they are selling fast and here’s … Read More »

The Linx Vision Gaming Tablet l Review

The Linx Vision Gaming tablet is finally here and it’s different from any other tablet on the market. Not only does it come with a controller, but the most important thing is you can stream Xbox One games to the 32 GB Linx Vision Gaming Tablet anywhere in your home – and hopefully in the future with help from Microsoft anywhere in the world. This is why we had to review it! Controller Let’s start off on the main selling point of this tablet compared to others on the market, the Xbox controls on the side of the device. They match those on your … Read More »

Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Review

There’s no doubt about it, £120 is a lot of money. It’s not, though, as much as £189, which is the current going eBay rate for the still hard to come by Xbox Elite Wireless Controller. Search hard enough, you’ll even find some optimistic scallywag offering them up at £299. There were certainly eyebrows raised when Microsoft released pricing details for the controller at last Summer’s E3. It was an unexpected step for Microsoft, entering as they were the professional gaming peripheral arena with a direct competitor to top flight offerings from specialists like Scuf Gaming. Would regular consumers pay three times the price … Read More »

Seagate Game Drive review

It’s thought that the human brain has an infinite capacity for memory. We cannot fill it up. We can forget – memories can be lost to us unless we’ve the right method of recollection – but that’s not because our brain has ran out of storage. An Xbox One, on the other hand, very much has finite storage. Enter the Seagate Game Drive with its spacious 2 terabytes, Microsoft’s own hard drive developed with digital storage extraordinaires Seagate. Also compatible for Xbox 360, we tested in on Xbox One. Except it isn’t 2TB’s worth of storage, it’s “only” 1.8TB. As with most devices the … Read More »

Mad Catz Arcade FightStick Tournament Edition 2 Review

Fighting fans, you want to fight the proper classic way?, Well you’re in luck If you love playing fighting games on the Xbox One Mad Catz have released a fight stick called ‘Mad Catz Arcade FightStick Tournament Edition 2’ and it’s simply beautiful. We all know Mad Catz is a company known for its gaming hardware such as Fight Sticks, Guitars, Controllers and many more but does the expensive FightStick Tournament Edition 2 live up the price tag? Let’s find out; When grabbing the box and opening it for the first time I was really surprised how heavy the FightStick is, but the … Read More »

Turtle Beach Ear Force PX24 Review

Turtle Beach started out as an audio based company for instruments in the 80’s and after alot of years perfecting its Multisound devices and quality of sound they only recently moved into gaming audio and headsets, now regarded as one of the top most gaming headset companies in the world with its ranges on Ear Force headsets. I got the opportunity to review the Ear Force PX24’s, I was very interested to see the quality difference between that headset and my current Stealth XO FOURS ive had for a while. Surprisingly even though there is a £20 difference between the two headsets the … Read More »

Elgato Gaming Chat Link Review

Elgato is very well known for its high definition capture cards with not just high definition but high quality, more recently they had a new edition to there ever growing list of brilliant capture cards, the HD60 Pro (see our review here). Today I had the pleasure of reviewing a new piece of kit from these capture card geniuses, even though the Elgato Gaming Chat Link isn’t a piece of hardware but just a wire it doesn’t stop it being as or if not more relevant than a new capture card, as a YouTuber one of the biggest troubles is … Read More »

Elgato HD60 Pro Review

It’s upgrade time! If you are anything like me, an opportunity to review the latest capture card by gaming hardware giants Elgato is enough to send you into a frenzy, and boy I have been in a frenzy of epic proportions! Back at the end of December 2014 I upgraded my streaming equipment to incorporate the very impressive HD60 which allows streaming and recording of game content at 1080p and 60 frames a second. This previous card is still in high demand and for good reason, it maintains a highly competitive position in the market of external capture cards. Here … Read More »

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