If you're like our family, you've been waiting and hoping that Microsoft would make Xbox One backward compatible before purchasing one (we didn't want to spend money on a new console and then have to spend more to purchase new games just to use it). Well, it took long enough, but that day is here at… Read More
Looking to take that FPS (First Person Shooter) experience to the next level? Are you tired of dropping the enemy like every other gamer out there? Do you want to have the baddest @ssed looking game controller in cyberspace? The the Delta Six game controller may be what you need to add to your gaming… Read More
The Xbox 360 Avenger Controller is like no other controller that I've seen before. It looks more like a weird spider or something. In reality, it's a special housing for your stock Xbox 360 controller. Just snap it in and you'll now have a controller that has been designed so that you don't have to… Read More
Once upon a time, it was possible for hardcore gamers to ply their avocation inconspicuously, their games and controllers stored in boxes, and their consoles tucked away behind the doors of their entertainment center or component cabinet. These days, however, motion is A Big Deal, and as a result, taking full advantage of a modern… Read More
Until the time the iMacs start sporting an HDMI input, the Kanex XD is one of the easiest plug and play conversion solutions for using the 27" iMac as a display for HD gaming systems and Blu-Ray playback. It features a single HDMI input and a Mini DisplayPort out. Simply connect your HDMI-enabled source of… Read More
As a mobile gadget freak, I don't go anywhere without my iPhone. Now XBox fans don't have to leave their favorite console behind when they travel. They can use the GAEMS Suitcase, which turns any XBox into a portable (sorta) gaming station. It's not just a carrying case, the suitcase houses a 15-inch 720p LCD… Read More
With every PC, Game station, entertainment device generation, the goal is making things run faster. As a result cooling is important for the device's life span. If they don't stay cool, the device will burn up and then your 100 to 2000 dollar device is a oversized paper weight. Microsoft's Xbox 360 early on had heat issues with constant use. Several companies have come out with an add-on to the station to help mitigate the heat issues with additional cool fans.