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Review: Razer Diamondback Chroma

When it comes to the gaming mouse market, there's a very mixed set of options available to pick from. There's simple mice with a few extra buttons, as well as angular monstrosities capable of being modified to the ends of the earth. The Raz...   read

 
 
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Razer Mamba Chroma
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Review: Razer Mamba Chroma

The last wireless mouse I used was an ancient Toshiba with a battery life of about thirty seconds. The colours on the plastic had all faded, my fingerprints had been permanently imprinted into the buttons, and I’m pretty sure it had a...   read

 
 
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Razer Kraken Mobile

Review: Razer Kraken Mobile headset

Razer has a funny ol’ reputation in gaming. While some question the quality-to-price ratio of its peripherals, others almost fanatically proclaim Razer as the best in the business. Despite being a PC gamer for years now, I’ve ne...   read

 
 



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Razer

Review: Razer Firefly Chroma

When Razer reached out to Destructoid's UK team last week about reviewing a selection of its new products, I was oddly curious about reviewing the Firefly. It's a $60 mouse mat that connects to the rest of Razer's coloured-light-infused Chr...   read

 
 
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Gaming Headphones

Review: Lucid Sound LS30 Gaming Headset

In general, if you wear a pair of gaming headphones outside of your house, it's going to be clear you've done so. The typical angular, sharp, edgy design choices that run rampant in the gaming headset market tend to clash with the more smoo...   read

 
 
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Hyperkin ProCube

Review: Hyperkin ProCube controller

When I first saw Hyperkin's ProCube controller, I wanted to give it a go. Most of us have been disappointed with the fact that the Super Smash Bros. GameCube adapter only works with that one game, even if I did get a whole lot of use o...   read

 
 
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FightStick review

Review: Street Fighter V Arcade FightStick Tournament Edition 2+

Another fighting game, another fightstick. This month Mad Catz is unleashing several sticks into the market, including a sub $100 option, and a few $200+ models. Do you really need an expensive stick to play Street Fighter V? No, but a lot ...   read

 
 


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Gaming Mice

Review: COUGAR 450M Optical Gaming Mouse

I’ve never had much luck with gaming mice; either there’s too many moving parts and I break it, or the shape doesn’t fit my hands and feels uncomfortable to use. So when I got Cougar’s 450M ambidextrous gaming mouse,...   read

 
 
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Logitech
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Review: Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless Gaming Headset

I'm not going to lie, Logitech is not a name I've traditionally associated with quality equipment for a gaming setup. Realistically, the only time I tend to browse Logitech products is when I need a cheap basic keyboard or mouse for an olde...   read

 
 
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Gaming Keyboard
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Review: Corsair STRAFE RGB MX Silent gaming keyboard

I spend most of my time doing one of two things: writing about games for you lovely lot, or playing games so I can then write about games for you lovely lot. Because of that, keyboards are important to me, and finding one that has the durab...   read

 
 
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AVerMedia LGX review

Review: AVerMedia Live Gamer EXTREME

I've been making gaming videos and streaming for what seems like forever, and I've gone through my fair share of capture devices. My original card only did 720p and 30fps, required hard drives setup in a RAID, and only captured massive RAW ...   read

 
 
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REVIEW: Custom Controller

Review: The Controller Shop custom DualShock 4

When a custom controller outfit offered to let us design our own tailor-made gamepad, it was a proposal we couldn't refuse. Except designing things is hard. So we rolled the dice and left that task in their hands, hoping their imaginations ...   read

 
 
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New 3DS XL review
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Review: New Nintendo 3DS XL

Nintendo has an interesting history in terms of portables. Outside of the rare add-on like the expansion pack for the Nintendo 64 or the Game Boy Player for the GameCube, they play it rather conservatively when it comes to consoles. Bu...   read

 
 
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Logitech G910 Orion Spark
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Review: Logitech G910 Orion Spark

In high-level competition, every little advantage counts. It is why Olympic swimmers shave their bodies before a race, why pre-med students fight tooth-and-nail for every half point on every test, and why gaming keyboards exist. I am not a ...   read

 
 
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USB DAC review

Review: Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS USB DAC

Before I tell you why you need this DAC or any other, let me tell you what it actually is.  Think of a Digital to Analog Converter as an external upgrade for the circuitry of your audio device's innards. Every modern audio device, from...   read

 
 
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Razer BlackWidow Ultimate

Review: Razer BlackWidow Ultimate

asdf;lkjas;dlfkj;aslkjdf;lakjsdf;lkj Home key attack! It feels so good to type on super responsive keys, especially for someone that spends 6-8 hours a day typing on those chicklet-style laptop keyboards. Razer's new BlackWidow Ultimate has...   read

 
 
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PlayStation Gold headset

Review: PlayStation Gold Wireless Stereo Headset

When I opened the box for the PlayStation Gold Wireless Stereo Headset there was a big, black hair waiting for me. A greasy one. Greatness Awaits!   read

 
 
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Wireless HDMI?

Review: Nyrius Aries Pro Wireless HD for Laptops

Connecting your PC (or game console) to your television isn't necessarily difficult, but the cabling can be a bit of a hassle. The HDMI outputs on better laptops and most GPUs make it easier by sending both video and audio over one cable, b...   read

 
 
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iOS controller review
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Review: SteelSeries Stratus iOS controller

MFi controllers really have the ability to be a game changer for iOS devices. But they're in their infancy, and not only are a select amount of games supported, but they also have some limitations. So far, I've reviewed the Logitech Powersh...   read

 
 
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D-Link DGL-5500

Review: D-Link DGL-5500 Gaming Router

Having a good router is a necessity these days. Every electronic device you own connects to the internet, and many play games online and stream HD video. Your PC and consoles are beginning to rely more and more on digital copies of games, a...   read

 
 
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iOS controller review
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Review: Logitech PowerShell iOS controller and battery

The time has finally come for iOS gaming to shine with those of you who hate touch controls. For years mobile gaming has alienated those who can't stand playing things without tactile feedback, so iOS 7 and various peripheral manufacturers ...   read

 
 
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MOGA Ace Power
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Review: MOGA Ace Power iOS controller and battery

As you may have heard, MFi (Made for iPhone) controllers have started to roll out. In a nutshell, they work with a limited amount of games, but they allow you to use real, physical buttons for titles that may not work as well on the touchsc...   read

 
 
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Game capture review

Review: Roxio Game Capture HD Pro

Game capture devices have gotten easier and easier to use with each passing year. What once was an elite craft is now easily accessible with the right unit, as it's as simple as plug-and-play functionality. Recently I had the chance to test...   read

 
 
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SteelSeries H
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Review: SteelSeries H Wireless Headset

Wireless headphones can be pretty expensive, but they can also be pretty damn convenient. Sometimes I don't feel like fumbling with wires, as it helps keep my setup clean, and the ability to wander around within a limited distance helps kee...   read

 
 
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Custom One Pro

Review: Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro headphones

If you read this site regularly you'll know that I've reviewed a lot of headsets. A lot of gaming headsets, I should say. I'm not out to dump on any of them, but I want to start this review by saying that these Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro h...   read

 
 
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