Category - Peripheral Review

Enhance GX-H3 PC Gaming Headset Review

When you live in a household of multiple generations and different sleeping schedules you are always working to stay quiet but still enjoy life.  You may want to play that video game where listening for the direction of a step or heavy...

Bloody ML160 Commander Laser Gaming Mouse...

For about the last week, I have change out my normal mouse for the new Bloody ML160 Commander Laser Gaming Mouse from Bloody.  These types of reviews always take a little longer than a game review, since really for the first day or two you are...

Bloody ZL50 Sniper Edition Laser Gaming...

Back when I attended CES in January, I had the opportunity to check out a bunch of amazing tech, like an electronic geek in a techno candy store.  Just like many other people in that candy store, I knew I couldn’t even begin to buy much...

Corsair M65 PRO RGB Mouse Review

We recently got the chance to take a look at Corsair’s new M65 PRO RGB gaming mouse. Retailing for $59.99, the M65 PRO RGB has some very gamer-centric features that goes to illustrate exactly how Corsair has listened to fans out there when...

GoGroove BassPULSE Wireless Speakers Review...

My wife and I recently moved Nevada and there are still a lot of boxes left to unpack including whichever one held my speakers. Luckily GoGroove came along at just the right time with their flagship product the BassPULSE Wireless Speakers so...

Mad Catz R.A.T. Pro S Gaming Mouse Review

The Mad Catz R.A.T. Gaming Mouse series has long been the leader in customization and one of the standard setters in comfort and performance. This is so much the case that many gamers have a hard time getting used to gaming with any other mouse...

Mad Catz C.T.R.L. R Mobile Gamepad – A...

The C.T.R.L. R Mobile Game Pad by Mad Catz is a fitting way to complete my trilogy of mobile gaming reviews. Unlike my other two mobile gaming reviews, the C.T.R.L. R took a little more convincing for me to see the positives that it brings to...

Saitek Heavy Equipment Precision Control...

Saitek and its parent company, Mad Catz, have have really stepped up their game with regards to simulation peripherals – beginning a few years ago with a hardcore line of Microsoft Flight Simulator oriented control units. Continuing in...