Titanfall Cat N Fall

Review: Turtle Beach stumbles with the Titanfall Atlas headset

[Originally posted to my PC Gaming column at Examiner.com] The Turtle Beach Titanfall Atlas gaming headset boasts excellent audio, but it’s also a big letdown. The multi-platform Titanfall Atlas headset puts out high-quality stereo sound as big as its licensed-inspirational namesake. But it’s also not particularly comfortable and it looks—and feels—like a headset that should…

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Hi-Rez Studios releases RAMA and Metal Carnage Fenrir

RAMA (pronounced RAM apparently) arrives today in Smite. Rama is the first Hindu Hunter character, with a Mighty Bow of Smackdown. Abilities-wise, he looks like something of a hybrid of Artemis and Freya. Also released today is a steampunk-styled skin for Fenrir called Metal Carnage, which also has (in my opinion) a much-improved voice pack…

Smite Ra-Merica

Hi-Rez Studios introduces the most patriotic god ever: Ra-merica!

Ra-merica is a total-re-skin of the Egyptian god Ra, complete with gung-ho, hilarious cowboy-style ‘MURRICA voice emotes, and all new special effects, which include: Shooting a firework (rocket) (his solar ray) A giant American Flag hovers over Solar Blessing All new voice pack and some very emotes Check out the video below! I’m already getting…

The Evolve booth was a monster. A BIG monster.

E3 2014: Pictures, products, picks, and more

This is my collection of various pictures from the E3 show floor. The show felt ‘smaller’ this year than last, despite the claim that it was slightly larger by around 1000 people (or less). I’ll be posting articles, previews, etc. in the days to come. Right now I’m just going back through everything. (It’s almost…

Bloody G501 gaming headset

Review: The Bloody G501 7.1 gaming headset is more hype than help

[Originally posted to my PC gaming column at Examiner.com] The Bloody G501 7.1 gaming headset provides good comfort and offers some innovative sound technology, but the real-world application of said technology doesn’t hold up to real world application. They technology behind Bloody’s G501 headset is called “sound to location recognition technology”, which “enables you to adjust the…