Tritton Pro+ Headset review

While most ‘surround sound’ headsets opt for virtual surround using Dolby technology, Tritton prides itself on providing true surround sound using four separate drivers per earcup. Constantly raising the bar, their Pro+ tries to improve on the earlier AX Pro headset. Does it succeed? Continue reading “Tritton Pro+ Headset review”

Oculus Rift preview

3D gaming has come a long way in the past 30 years, developing from games such as Elite to what present day franchises like Battlefield and Crysis show us. The next leap in 3D gaming is upon us with the re-invention of 3D virtual reality helmets. The Oculus Rift, now enjoying the support from industry legend John Carmack, is arguably the most promising initiative in this field. We took a developer kit for a test flight recently and couldn’t help be impressed. Continue reading “Oculus Rift preview”

M.O.J.O. – a PS4/Xbox One alternative?

The gaming community knowns that the next two months will be dominated by plenty of “PS4 vs Xbox One” debates. But with the initial supply being limited to a select few who pre-ordered, why not look at some alternatives? Mad Catz is releasing its M.O.J.O. micro-console this holiday season, which we got a brief look at back in August. Now that we have some more info to share, it’s time to look at the console in more detail. Continue reading “M.O.J.O. – a PS4/Xbox One alternative?”

State of the systems

I’ll admit that I’m not part of the crowd that instantly buys a new videogame system when it comes out. So when the Playstation Vita was released in the USA and Europe last week, I didn’t rush out to go buy one. Instead, I used the release as a moment to gather my thoughts on all the current and upcoming gaming systems and figured I’d share those thoughts with you as well. Continue reading “State of the systems”

Sennheiser 3/3: PC 350, PC 360 and PC 333D Reviews

Having heard so much about the technology and about how gaming headsets affect a pro/competitive gamer’s performance, how could I resist the chance to try out some of these headphones myself? Below you will find mini-reviews for three very different headsets that should help out anyone considering taking the plunge. Continue reading “Sennheiser 3/3: PC 350, PC 360 and PC 333D Reviews”