Category «Reviews»

REVIEW – Kingston 128GB SDXC Class 10 Memory Card Review

Kingston has recently released 64gb and 128gb SDXC Class 10 memory cards.  For exact specs and more details, you can check HERE and HERE. You know what is great about Kingston products?  Durability.  In fact, Kingston is so confident in their products that they back everything with a lifetime warranty.  With this said, this new …

REVIEW – Astro Gaming A50 Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Headset Review

There has been an explosion in the audio market over the last couple years.  From Dr. Dre’s mass appeal and well marketed Beats Audio technology, to Skull Candy’s wide line up of audio products, to the clarity of Able Planet’s patented Linx Audio system, to the readily available Tritton and Turtle Beach units, consumers have …

REVIEW – Kontrol Freek – INFINITY and HAVOK Analog Stick Accessory Review

Back in 2009, Kontrol Freek released a couple of controller attachments: the FPS Freek, designed for First Person Shooters, and the Speed Freek which was designed for racing games. For around $10, these analog stick doohickeys were marketed towards the more hardcore gamer looking to gain a slight edge during competitive gaming. Listening to fans …

REVIEW – Samurai G (3DS eShop)

Staying Out of Reach UFO Interactive has been heavily supporting the 3DS eShop.  But like most of their titles, Samurai G continues the trend being low quality shovelware. Like many other mobile line racer games, Samurai G is a very straightforward game.  With one button to jump and one button to attack, your samurai avatar …

REVIEW – Retro Pocket (DSiWare)

Old Old School Before Nintendo’s original Gameboy became popular, Tiger released a number of portable LCD handheld games which were an evolution of Nintendo’s original Game And Watch series.  With graphics mimicking a digital wristwatch, these games were very simple and based around getting a high score as opposed to being narrative focused like most …

REVIEW – Jet Set Radio (PSN)

Wear Your Helmet Originally released on the Dreamcast in 2000, Jet Set Radio joins the ranks of Sonic Adventure and Sega Bass Fishing as a digital download on both PSN and XBLA.  Unfortunately, like many early 3D games, this graffiti rollerblading sim is better kept in your memory banks as opposed to reliving the past. …

REVIEW – Spelunker HD w/DLC (PS3/PSN)

This Game Hates You, Your Family, and Even Your Dog Spelunker HD is essentially a really enhanced port of the cult classic Spelunker.  The game is loaded with a ton of content and offers the option to play with modern graphics or an 8-bit pixel style, but Spelunker’s deliberate insanely difficult gameplay will undoubtedly scare …

REVIEW – New Super Mario Bros. 2 (3DS)

Shiny But More of the Same Several years ago, Nintendo revived the Mario platformer with New Super Mario Bros on the original DS. While it was exciting to explore a new 2D Mario world, the title was somewhat lacking due to the complete absence of flight, no Yoshi, and a minimal use of the new …

REVIEW – The Next Space (PSN Mini)

Scrolling Through Space SNK continues to support the PSN by releasing classic arcade games as PS Minis. The Next Space is a vertical shooter that is faster paced that other recently released classic SNK titles but won’t blow anyone away thanks to repetition and an unexplained power-up system. The outer space theme is reminiscent of …

REVIEW – Chopper I (PSN Mini)

Brutal, Ruthless, and Cruel Chopper I is for one type of gamer only – the glutton for punishment.  Like the days of NES, this game is difficult, frustrating, and requires the utmost tenacity and determination to complete the first stage let alone the entire game. If anything, Chopper I is a great example of how …