Archive for the ‘Xbox 360 Peripherals’ Category
1 CommentsPosted by Terry on November 16, 2012 under Featured, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Peripherals
So you need a good gaming headset right? Well thankfully you have come to the right place! Tritton Warhead 7.1 Wireless headset Mmmmhmmm Platform: Xbox 360 / PC (not “officially”) Comfort: The Warhead 7.1 is an insanely comfortable headset, mainly useful in those overly long gaming hours such as Extra-Life. I personally used it for this gaming marathon and I did not feel a sin... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Terry on May 9, 2012 under Featured, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Peripherals
I have actually been sitting on this review for a while now, because there is always one issue that comes with hardware reviews: durability. When dealing with controller reviews -or any other hardware- I like to make sure I can document everything possible for an accurate review. For this review I have used the Mad Catz FPS Pro controller for the Xbox 360 vigorously for over 2 months. This review ... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Terry on March 14, 2012 under Featured, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Peripherals
If there is one thing I am very familiar with it is sound in video games; after all I have reviewed around 20 or so different headsets. One brand I have always wanted to test out and see is one I see very often in the gaming world: Tritton. So when I got wind that they were coming out the Primer Wireless Stereo Headset for the Xbox 360 I jumped at it, and Mad Catz sent me out this one for a review... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Terry on March 12, 2012 under Featured, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Peripherals
Gaming has expanded more than anyone could ever imagine, and when it comes to realistic gameplay, a company such as Mad Catz has you covered if you ever feel like going for a drive. This review is a step in the right direction when it comes to being realistic in a racing game; the Wireless Force FeedBack Racing Wheel for the Xbox 360. Mad Catz was awesome enough to send me one for this review, ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Terry on July 7, 2011 under Featured, PC, PC Peripherals, Xbox 360 Peripherals
There is one game I personally have always been very fond of: Medal of Honor. When I heard that another one was being made I jumped for joy and I now own it for every platform. It is a game, that I can easily say I play consistently throughout the week. I had gotten an e-mail from my good friends at SteelSeries about their upcoming Medal of Honor line. So I happened to snag a few items for your en... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Terry on March 28, 2011 under Featured, Xbox 360 Peripherals
This is probably one of the more unique things I have ever had the pleasure of reviewing. It is the XtendPlay. If there is one thing I can say I know about more than anything it would have to be peripherals for gaming. I had first seen the XtendPlay while attending PAX East 2011, and I have to say it is the oddest looking and most comfortable gaming peripheral I have ever seen/used. When... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Staff on March 16, 2011 under Featured, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Peripherals
Watch out the fighting game genre because I have just got an easier way to beat you all down! I am only talking about the Mad Catz WWE Brawlpad and BrawlStick. Walk down nostalgia lane with me real quickly. We are in an arcade; dropping thousands upon thousands into games because we all love the old school style of the joystick. Now Mad Catz has brought that nostalgia back into life w... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Terry on February 22, 2011 under Featured, Xbox 360 Peripherals
When I think of SteelSeries, I think of them for their awesome keyboards and mice; it turns out though they make something else that is just as awesome: headsets. The 5xb Xbox 360 gaming headset is something that I can honestly say that I love without a shadow of doubt. One thing I know about gaming is a headset; after all I have over 15 of them from various companies for all platforms. When... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Staff on December 10, 2010 under Featured, Xbox 360 Peripherals
Wow… that is the only word to come to mind when thinking of Plantronics’ Gamecom X95 wireless headset for the Xbox 360. -Keep in mind for this review I was playing Battlefield Bad Company 2, because I thought the overall sound structure of the game is beyond amazing- I have had a ton of headsets that –claim- to be the best, but I must say after all is said and done, the Gamecom X95 tak... more.