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Mad Catz let the RAT out of the bag…
Everything about this little beauty screams class
These devices have a lot of features, and there are a ton of things to know – so take a gander at what the always reliable Mad Catz have to say about it all.
A technology initiative that “moves smart devices one step closer to delivering a core gaming experience similar to a gaming console or gaming computer.
You may recall how impressed I was recently when I took a look at the superb 7.1 surround sound Tritton gaming headset – a magnificent peripheral which provided an all-singing, all-dancing solution to all of my home console and PC headset needs.
If you Google search ‘Modular keyboard’, you’ll get the S.T.R.I.K.E.7, and with very good reason too. This has to be the most customisable keyboard on the market to date.
This is a high class headset which I thoroughly recommend and now takes pride of place just behind my telly, ready to take out when I need to escape into my own little gaming microcosm.
It cannot be ignored that the Pro+ is an excellent revision and addition to the Tritton range. Sure, if you want the best out there, go grab a Warhead, but otherwise, if you can afford it, the Pro+ is a superb headset.
What is a “gamershirt”? I wasn’t until now aware that gamers had their own special garments. Read the full post at GodisaGeek.com.
Mad Catz have released a co-branded headset from Tritton / Xbox 360. The Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Headset is the first Dolby 7.1, 5.8Ghz completely wireless headset for the Xbox 360. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Developed by the Australian developer Trickstar Games, and published by the peripheral specialists Mad Catz, Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII focuses on the American war in the Pacific against the Japanese, but is it any good? Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Sit back and take a look at the unboxing of the Collector’s Edition of Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII. Check out the full video at GodisaGeek.com.