Tech Review Archive

  • Accessory Review: IntensaFire Master Mod Rapid Fire DualShock 4 Controller

    Accessory Review: IntensaFire Master Mod Rapid Fire DualShock 4 Controller

    No, your eyes do not deceive you. What you see above is the world’s first DualShock 4 emblazoned with the VGBlogger pencil gamer logo, courtesy of premium controller mod company IntensaFireStore.com. Logo decal aside, the modded DualShock 4 doesn’t immediately look or feel any different...

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  • Brighten Up Your Tech Life With Color Cables

    Brighten Up Your Tech Life With Color Cables

    There’s one week left to go in the Indiegogo campaign for Color Cables, a stylish new accessory in the charge ‘n’ sync accessory category for mobile devices like smartphones, tablets and iPods. Basically, any device with a Lightning, Micro USB or 30-Pin connector, Color Cables...

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  • Accessory Review: Bloody Multi-Core Gun3 V3 Gaming Mouse

    Accessory Review: Bloody Multi-Core Gun3 V3 Gaming Mouse

    For the longest time gaming on a PC was unrivaled because of the precise aiming and direct control a mouse and keyboard afforded a gamer.  In recent years, game developers have brought console-focused titles to PC because the 360 controller driver API offers the same...

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  • Spring Cleaning Cable Organizer Round-up

    Spring Cleaning Cable Organizer Round-up

    It feels weird saying this with a couple inches of freezing rain-topped snow visible from my window, but this week marks the start of spring. The dawning of spring means it’s time to start packing away the winter clothing and freshen things up around the...

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  • Accessory Review: PlayStation Vita Game Traveler Case

    Accessory Review: PlayStation Vita Game Traveler Case

    I’ve been on the hunt for a PlayStation Vita carrying case since buying the system on launch day early last year, but none of the case options have really blown me away up to now. Sony’s first-party offerings are a bit too basic for my...

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  • Accessory Review: FPS Freek CQC Signature Edition

    Accessory Review: FPS Freek CQC Signature Edition

    If you’re looking for that extra edge during online competition or simply want greater comfort and control in your everyday gaming life, up your game with the FPS Freek CQC, available starting this week from KontrolFreek for only $10.99. The FPS Freek CQCs are rubber...

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  • Tech Review: PlayStation 3D Display

    Tech Review: PlayStation 3D Display

    As a gaming enthusiast, the prospect of any technology that can be employed to enhance a gaming experience tends to get my geek side excited.  Even though some folks in the game enthusiast community find 3D to be a gimmick or unnecessary, it is still...

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  • Accessory Review: Flex-Fire Rifle Attachment for PlayStation Move

    Accessory Review: Flex-Fire Rifle Attachment for PlayStation Move

    Earlier this year, I posted A Shooter’s Guide to PlayStation Move, rounding up every Move shooter and accessory I could get my hands on at the time. In that guide I talked about the Sharp Shooter, Sony’s official rifle attachment designed with hardcore shooters in...

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  • Accessory Review: CM4’s Catalyst Slim Cover for Nintendo 3DS

    Accessory Review: CM4’s Catalyst Slim Cover for Nintendo 3DS

    So you’ve purchased yourself a new Nintendo 3DS today, and it sure is a spiffy-looking unit, all sleek and shiny and smooth. You need something to protect it with, right? CM4 has you covered! Last year I told you about CM4′s Catalyst covers for Wii...

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  • Hardware Review: Nintendo 3DS

    Hardware Review: Nintendo 3DS

    As the Nintendo 3DS launch window draws to a close (the post-launch era officially begins with the start of E3 next week), I’ve finally been able to get my hands on Nintendo’s 3D DS successor, and I’ve been putting the newfangled portable gaming machine through...

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