Oculus Quest 2 – a review and a look ahead

It’s been over two months since the Oculus Quest 2 was released, and the transition has been fairly seamless for most people. We’ve seen Quest exclusives like Jurassic World Aftermath and Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge come out, but it’s worth pointing out that both of these titles can also be played on an “old” Quest. Without diving into the specs and tech, it’s time to take a closer look at the in-game differences and what the future might hold. Continue reading “Oculus Quest 2 – a review and a look ahead”

Razer BlackWidow V3 review

During the pre-holiday period, we pay special attention to some of the best hardware products we’ve been able to test this year, because we feel they would make great gift ideas. If you’re planning (or being forced) to stay home more this season, then gaming might be on your agenda, and the Razer BlackWidow V3 is a great gaming keyboard at a price that offers great value as long as you’re not looking for anything wireless. Continue reading “Razer BlackWidow V3 review”

Venom releases charging solutions for next gen consoles (PS5/XSX)

Today we take a look a Venom’s new range of charging solutions for the next generation of videogame consoles, which caters to both Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 users. Here are our thoughts. Continue reading “Venom releases charging solutions for next gen consoles (PS5/XSX)”

Sennheiser PXC 550-II review

Every year, as we head into the pre-holiday shopping/gift-buying season, we pay extra attention to some of the products that we feel would make for great gift ideas. Today, we’re revisiting Sennheiser line of noise-cancelling headsets with the Sennheiser PXC 550-II, which has been out a while but is still a top choice loaded with both functionality and performance. Continue reading “Sennheiser PXC 550-II review”

An Eye On Next-Gen Backward Compatibility

Backward compatibility with consoles is a feature that many players want, but its implementation often doesn’t live up to the hype. With the next-generation, this trend looks to be bucked, with both Sony and Microsoft placing a firm focus on backward compatible games. Despite these improvements, however, total backward compatibility like that seen from the PS1 to PS2 appears impossible. So, for what reasons is this technology in its current state, and what true potential might the ninth-gen unlock? Continue reading “An Eye On Next-Gen Backward Compatibility”