That’s all, folks. Last week, the final batch of digital releases rolled out for the PlayStation Vita, ending a run of almost ten years since the launch of the original version of the handheld. This week, we’re checking out that final wave of new games while also looking at the development side of things, but we wanted to kick it all off with our own thoughts. Continue reading “A Farewell to the PlayStation Vita”
We reviewed Venom’s new charging solutions for PlayStation and Xbox at the end of the last year, and now they’ve updated their range with a blue charging dock that’s compatible with Xbox One and the new Xbox Series S/X – a great fit if you weren’t happy with the standard white or black controllers and picked up a blue one. You can see the new dock above, and read on to see our original thoughts on the range (originally posted in December). Continue reading “Venom’s charging dock for Xbox – now in blue!”
Last month, Venom – the UK-based designer and manufacturer of gaming accessories – expanded their range of products for the current batch of next/new gen consoles. Time for a quick look at their new controller racks for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.
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The Devolo Magic 2 WiFi Next is an in-home powerline solution that expands both the wired and wireless networking capabilities without having to work with cables and/or repeaters. With ever-bigger download sizes for digital games and their updates, we were curious what this could do and which avenues it would open up. Here’s an in-depth look at this innovative new product. Continue reading “Devolo Magic 2 WiFi Next review”
Announced a while ago, it took us a while to get our hands on a Razer Opus headset – an exciting product because it’s Razer’s first big step in mainstream/non-gaming headsets, competing with the likes of Sennheiser’s PXC 550-II in the mid-price noise canceling range. Here’s what we thought. Continue reading “Razer Opus review”