If Mad Catz produce a better stick – aesthetically and in pure functionality – than this one in the lifetime of the Wii U, then fair play to them. This is an awesome piece of machinery.
Our eardrums were thoroughly tickled when we got a chance to play with the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier 7.1 Surround Sound Headset. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Damage Inc: Pacific Squadron WWII sits somewhere between an arcade shooter and flight simulation. It has just enough realism to keep it fun, and is jam packed full of planes, different scenarious and objectives, with enough weapon variety to keep the things fresh, from mission to mission.
The Cyborg M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse is completely and utterly designed for the hardcore MMO gamer, and no one else. Read the full review over at GodisaGeek.com.
The past few days have been incredibly busy here on GodisaGeek, with perhaps our largest ever selection of reviews, previews, news, podcasts, and articles being posted to the site. If anybody was to try and summarise everything that has appeared over the past 5 days they would undoubtedly be called a fool. Good thing I’m […]
On Thursday December 8th San Francisco’s DNA Lounge was abuzz with the sound of [rock] music. Gamers and Industry professionals came from all over to participate in Ümlouds 3rd annual non-profit gaming fundraiser for Child’s Play. Childs Play is a game industry charity dedicated to improving the lives of children with toys and games in […]
MadCatz have been on fire just lately. With the phonemenal (yet affordable) Street Fighter IV fightsticks, they proved that they made stunning, high quality products, and they further proved that fact with the Rock Band peripherals and WWE All Stars brawl sticks and brawl pads they released. Affordable headsets of a high quality are hard […]
It’s Monday morning, which can only mean one thing! Yes! It’s GodisaGeek Podcast time! Adam, Calvin, Robin and Tony have been playing rather a lot of games (especially Robin!) and they are going to tell you all about them! They also introduce part one of a new semi-regular podcast feature called “Reasons to be Cheerful”, […]