HyperX have released their Cloud Stinger Core Wireless + 7.1 gaming headset offering PC gamers wireless virtual 7.1 audio.
Good gaming audio to complement a decent PC gaming setup makes sense. 3D positional audio when playing competitive multiplayer is a no-brainer. The extra edge being able to hear were your opponents are before you can see them can make the difference between a good kill or a respawn. Continue reading HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Wireless + 7.1 PC headset review
Developer, Milestone, have come forward with this year’s outing for their official MotoGP motorcycle racing series.
Like pretty much all sporting events, the actual MotoGP has been postponed this year. It could be that MotoGP 20 is the only way you are going to see the 2020 season races. Thankfully, once again, Milestone have stepped up to the plate and delivered a superb motorcycle racing game. Continue reading MotoGP 20 PC review
Intel are about to unleash their 10thgeneration Comet Lake desktop microprocessors. These CPUs have been designed very much with PC gaming in mind. Continue reading Intel Core i5-10600K and Core i9-10900K review
Elgato’s standalone HD60 S+ capture device allows the recording and streaming of video from PCs and game consoles via HDMI. It’s a compact unit that’s portable and easy to connect. Continue reading Elgato Game Capture HD60 S+review
SnowRunner is the follow-up to Saber Entertainment’s Spintires: MudRunner. This new entry in the off-road trucking series adds snow to the mud, water and generally inhospitable terrain of its predecessors. Continue reading Snowrunner PS4 review
HTC have opened up the beta of their new virtual reality meeting app, Vive Sync. Owners of Vive VR kits can now try out this new virtual meeting space for free.
Continue reading HTC’s Vive Sync VR meeting app enters open beta (video review)
Sony’s San Diego Studio hit the ball out of the park with this year’s iteration of their Major League Baseball game. Continue reading MLB The Show 20 PlayStation 4 review
Soundart joins Audioshield and the revered Beat Saber as another music-based VR game-come-dance-fitness title.
The VR equivalent of the Guitar Hero/Rock Band craze of a decade ago, the VR hitting-things-to-music genre shows no signs of abating. And it’s understandable. Continue reading Soundart PC VR review