Rec Room Shows What A VR Community Is Like

There aren’t a crazy amount of VR titles on the market right now but a free to play title called Rec Room shows what a community game would be like.

In Rec Room you create your own cartoony avatar and communicate, play and interact with other players from around the world. It’s an experience like none other which is why I want to take the time to talk about my experiences with the game so far! Continue reading

Digital Storm Computers Review, Does Building Your Own Make More Sense?

It’s about time to review the Digital Storm computers because they may be built with quality in mind but it’s the actual hardware going into them that matters.

There are many companies out there where their pre-built PCs rip you off from throwing in hardware that doesn’t add up to the power you should actually have when spending a certain amount.

Power per dollar spent is the most important aspect when it comes to purchasing a gaming PC and that’s exactly what we’ll look at while looking over different Digital Storm computers.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Sades A60 Review, High Enough Quality For A Low Price?

It’s high time for a review on the Sades A60 headset! Sades has many different headsets in their product line and the A60 definitely doesn’t fail to deliver.

I included Sades on a recent list of my favorite gaming peripherals mainly because of how well their products perform for such a low price point. That’s kind of a rare thing to find in the PC peripheral market, that’s for sure.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Battlerite is Dota/LoL Without Towers or Minions

Battlerite is one of the games that I picked up during the winter sales that were going on and I’m pretty happy that I decided to get it!

I’ve been eye balling it for quite some time now. It’s basically like Dota or League of Legends but without the towers, minions and final structure to destroy at the end. Matches don’t last forever, it’s a quick deathmatch type of game with combat similar to MOBA games. Continue reading

What Were Your Favorite Games of 2016?

With the new year underway I figured it would be a good time to look back at 2016 to discuss which games were the best of the best throughout the year.

2016 was an extremely good year for gaming – from the introduction to virtual reality gaming to the innovative titles that released – it’ll definitely be a year that most won’t forget!

In this post I’ll share my top 3 picks for what I thought were the best releases of 2016. I’d love to hear about what you think about my picks and which games were your favorites!

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Planet Coaster Is A Must Have For Any Roller Coaster Tycoon Fan

I’m so happy that I decided to pick up Planet Coaster during these winter sales because I’m a huge Roller Coaster Tycoon fan and this game is the modern take on it.

I really didn’t expect as much as it delivers on the “tycoon” type of experience but Planet Coaster really is the best modern version of Roller Coaster Tycoon that’s out today. Continue reading

Take Advantage of These Winter Sales

Winter sales only come around once a year and for PC gamers it is one of the best, if not the absolute best time to pick up games at significantly lower price points!

Steam, Humble Bundle, GreenManGaming, GOG and just about every other PC game retailer has sales going on and it’s not going to last forever so you had better take advantage of them while it lasts! Continue reading

SkyTech Omega Gaming Computer Review, How Much Power Per Dollar Spent?

It’s time to review the SkyTech Omega gaming computer since it’s a newer pre-built PC that is getting more and more popular on Amazon each and every day.

SkyTech is getting better and better with their pre-built gaming PCs, I’ve got to give them that, but you need to be sure that this PC is what you’re looking for and you need to be aware of how much power you’re getting per dollar spent since that’s the most important factor when it comes to purchasing a gaming computer.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Sades SA913 Headset Review, It Gets The Job Done

I’d like to write a review on the Sades SA913 headset because I have used it for over a year now. For a lower priced headset it definitely gets the job done!

You really do get what you pay for when it comes to PC peripherals. This is not the cheapest headset you’re going to find so it includes a few features but there are also some that it is missing out on.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Arizona Sunshine Review, The Best VR Zombie Game Out Right Now

I’d like to write a review on Arizona Sunshine because it just came out three days ago and it was one of the most anticipated VR games to be announced.

I picked it up a day before release to be certain that I’d be able to get it on the sale and I’ve got to say… it’s one of the best if not the best VR experience I’ve had yet!

With that, let’s get to the review.

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