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Review – The N-Avenger Elite (Xbox 360)

Review – The N-Avenger Elite (Xbox 360) When I first saw the N-Avenger from N-Control, I literally laughed out loud. This thing looked like some sort of plastic spider that attached to the top of your console controller. It’s got levers and pulleys all over it, and is marketed to help make you...
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Review – Mad Catz Wireless Force Feedback Racing Wheel [Xbox 360]

Review – Mad Catz Wireless Force Feedback Racing Wheel [Xbox 360] When it comes to console games, you don’t usually need a special controller to enjoy the game. Just grab the official one that came with it, and you’re good. However, if you’re playing a racing game, you can’t get the same immersive feeling with an analog stick. What you need is a...
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Review – Tritton Primer Wireless Headset (Xbox 360)

Review – Tritton Primer Wireless Headset (Xbox 360) With everything going wireless these days, being tied to your console via a headset is not the most pleasant of experiences. There’s nothing quite like a cord draped over the coffee table and onto your couch. Tritton is the first company that Microsoft has partnered with to produce Xbox 360 branded...
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Review – Eagle Eye Converter 3.0 From Penguin United (Xbox 360)

Review – Eagle Eye Converter 3.0 From Penguin United (Xbox 360) There are a lot of differences between consoles and PCs. Some gamers will choose the former because of the low cost, while others might choose the latter because of the better graphics. But one of the most fundamental differences between the two is what you use to play the game with. PC gamers can use...
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Review – Power A Batarang Xbox 360 Controller

Review – Power A Batarang Xbox 360 Controller A lot of us like to have not only form, but function as well. If you want to be Batman, then everything you own has to have both abilities, and in a compact enough device that it will fit into your utility belt.
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Review – Optoma GT750E 3D Gaming Projector

Review – Optoma GT750E 3D Gaming Projector Optoma has been making gaming projectors for a little while now, and we've had a chance to test their latest model (which also happens to be a 3D projector), the GT750E, which they say eliminates the two major issues that I described above. Read on to find out if it stacks up.
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Review – Steelseries Spectrum 7XB

Review – Steelseries Spectrum 7XB The 7XB has two major parts: the headset itself and the receiver. The headset is fairly lightweight, and features plenty of padding both at the top and around each ear cup. The leather ear cushions can be swapped out for a pair of cloth ones, but those have to be purchased separately. It is primarily black, with some gray accents and a SteelSeries logo on each ear.
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Review – Splitfish FragFX Shark 360 Gaming Controller (Xbox 360)

Review – Splitfish FragFX Shark 360 Gaming Controller (Xbox 360) The FragFX Shark 360 adds the power of a mouse's accuracy to any game you choose, but does it stand up to the hype? Check out the review to find out.
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