Stick it to the Man: catchup review

Stick it to the Man: catchup review

Jun 4, 2014

Format: PS4 (version tested), PC, XboxOne, PSVita, WiiU. Unleashed: Out Now. Publisher: Zoink! Developer: Ripstone Games Players: 1 Site: http://www.stickitgame.com/ “OMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM…” Okay. I know what you’re thinking… “OMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM…” You’re thinking… “OMMM” Get on with the damn review!?...

Microsoft Unveils Date To Talk At You About The Next Xbox

Microsoft Unveils Date To Talk At You About The Next Xbox

Apr 24, 2013

In what is surely the most exciting news of the month, Microsoft has announced that it will be making an announcement. Surprising absolutely nobody at all, the existence of a “new generation” of Xbox has been confirmed. Major Nelson revealed nothing but a tedious countdown timer on his blog, using PRspeak. Thus: On Tuesday May 21st, we’ll mark the...

Grumpy Gurevitz: Hardware Iteration

Grumpy Gurevitz: Hardware Iteration

Nov 27, 2012

One of the greatest challenges console gaming faces is one of hardware iteration. Traditionally consoles have never had their internal hardware specs increased, as new functionality is added post-launch. We have seen smaller, slimmer and cheaper units released, and some of those have even lost features during the process (compare a PS3 today with one at launch...

Giotek EX-03 and EX-05 headset review

Giotek EX-03 and EX-05 headset review

Jun 28, 2012

Giotek is a UK firm producing third party gaming peripherals. They manufacture everything from controllers to chargers and we have two of their headsets to critique. One is specifically for the Xbox 360, whilst the other works with computers, the PS3 and the Xbox 360. Let’s look at the 360 only device first, the EX-03. The EX-03 is a wired headset for...

Giotek AC-1 and DF-1 Xbox 360 Controller Charging Docks

Giotek AC-1 and DF-1 Xbox 360 Controller Charging Docks

Jun 18, 2012

Controllers and gaming go together like toast and Marmite, Cameron and Clegg, and Pinky and Perky (some might argue that those last two examples are in fact repetition). We spend more time in contact with our controllers than with the actual consoles we covet so much. Yet these controllers are not always treated well by us. They run out of power in the middle of...