We got the chance to check out PDP Gaming’s new LVL50 Headset for PS4. Here’s how it went. Streaming video games can be an intimidating ordeal. So many things run through the inexperienced streamer before they get started: Which game do I play? Do I have the capture equipment/program set up correctly? Can my computer even broadcast gameplay without lagging? How long should I go … Continue reading Review: PDP Gaming’s LVL50 Wired Headset for PS4
After a long hiatus from fighting games, I recently got back into Street Fighter V and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. I had just upgraded my ghetto PC with a new GPU and liquid cooler and was looking to test it out on games that push high-end graphics as fast as possible. I figured these fit the bill. Problem was: I was attempting to play them … Continue reading Hands-On with PowerA’s Fusion Fightpad
PowerA does a fine job packing their products. Especially compared to some other headsets I’ve seen at this price point. The box arrived in all its green glory, with the headset packed in a fitted-plastic tray with a cover to prevent chafing during shipment. The microphone was fitted into a slot on the tray, as was the removable ⅛” wire. Continue reading Review: Fusion Wired Gaming Headset from PowerA
A comprehensive look at the worlds you can explore, Quest’s selection of games, and Facebook’s looming shadow over everything that happens in the virtual world. Continue reading Is Oculus Quest Any Fun?
PDP Gaming has taken an interesting approach to Switch storage with their new case. I’ve never seen anything like it. So of course I jumped at the chance to write a Pull-N-Go Switch Case review. Continue reading Pull-N-Go Switch Case Review
… I chose PDP Gaming’s Prismatic Afterglow controller for XBox One and PC which retails at a pretty reasonable $29.99. Continue reading Prismatic Afterglow controller review
It’s all the buttons and stuff you need to play the latest games, but packed into the familiar and compact form of a classic SNES controller. Continue reading SNES Pro Controller for Switch, PC, and Android – Hardware Review