Over the last decade, I have reviewed a number of HyperX products. Mostly headsets, but also RAM, SSD’s and I am sure some other hardware I can’t think of right now. And if I’m honest, HyperX has always felt like a “budget” option when purchasing it’s branded items.
I’ll be honest, I never really saw the point in buying things like elite controllers. On top of that, once I was able to buy my own gear, it was always the genuine brand stuff. I generally found aftermarket controllers for the most part, to be a disappointment. They just
After recently reviewing the LZ35X’s, LucidSound are back yet again with a new headset and this time they have teamed up with PlayStation (but not exclusively) to provide more options for you, the consumer, whether you also be on Xbox or PC. Packed with a removable mic, 3.5 jack cord,
I don’t know about you, but I feel some games play better on an arcade system. The likes of Tekken, Mortal Kombat and platformers like MegaMan all seem to play better when you’re handling a simple stick and a number of buttons as opposed to a controller. The games feel