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Review: Turtle Beach Elite Pro Complete

by Luciano Rahalon March 15, 2017
With eSports industry on the rise, it is only normal to see more and more manufacturers turn their focus onto the tournament ready headsets. Turtle Beach is just another one of those manufacturers. With their new Turtle Beach Elite Pro, they are hoping to establish dominance. We have reviewed these headphones and here is our […]

Review: 2016 Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset and Base Station

by Nazih Fareson February 3, 2017
Roughly a year after my review of the Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset, the San Francisco based company revealed their newer and fourth generation model in late 2016, with very close core features to the previous edition but with an upgrade base station and cutting a lot on the cords especially for the Xbox One […]

Review: Astro Gaming A40 TR Headset with MixAmp Pro TR

by Nazih Fareson September 9, 2016
After my review of the Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset, the good people over at Astro Gaming thought it was essential to close the loop by testing the brand new models of their Astro Gaming A40. Released in late 2015, the all new Astro Gaming A40 TR (TR stands for “tournament ready”) is available in numerous […]

Review: 2015 Astro Gaming A50 Wireless Headset

by Nazih Fareson December 16, 2014
For some years now, San Francisco based Astro Gaming has managed to position itself as a leader in the audio-market dedicated for gamers, mainly through it’s astounding designs and sound performance. The Astro A40 already got high praise from the tech media with it’s incredible 7.1 virtual Dolby Surround system, and is still one of the most […]

eSport for dummies

by Nazih Fareson June 28, 2014
This article is pretty much related to, though for those that do not know me, I moved around in the gaming industry from a mere journalist, to a PR for nine different publisher (you can read more about What it’s really like to be a Videogame PR). Earlier this year, I joined a new venture […]
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Review: Wolfenstein: The New Order

by Nazih Fareson May 27, 2014
Nazis, Nazis, and more Nazis… There was a time when not so long ago, defending the occupation of the Third Reich was no longer an appealing topic for a game, especially when it comes to shooters. Overused, abused as a storyline, even merging zombies and Nazis (Call of Duty series, or even Sniper Elite), and […]

No one pays $60 to go to a funeral

by Aidan Minteron September 20, 2013
Just how real is “realistic” and more importantly how realistic do you want it, if video games are a form of entertainment then shouldn’t their primary purpose be to entertain? Specifically I’m talking about military based FPS titles, Gamespot writer Tom McShea penned an 800 word article based on his findings at last year’s E3 […]
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Rayman Legends

by Nazih Fareson August 30, 2013
The first thing that strikes by loading Rayman Legends for the first time, is the special care given to the world and the soundscape. Origins had set a very high bar in terms of graphics and soundtrack, this second installment pushes the limits even further. Whether at the level of textures, lighting and animations, this […]

Understanding Video Game DRM: Why we need it

by Mazen Abdallahon June 22, 2013
Couple of weeks ago, I discussed DRM and I tried to approach the reasoning behind it. I mentioned that I understood it existed for a good cause but that it wasn’t the right way of going about things. Now, I find myself challenging that point of view. Here’s the thing. Right now the industry is at […]

Xbox One pulls a 180: The Good and the Bad.

by Nazih Fareson June 20, 2013
Fans’ anger, and the heavy amount of criticism aimed at Microsoft for the past weeks, has officially cracked the giant, into reconsidering its policies and strategies of its upcoming flagship console: The Xbox One. Initially, as a short recap, the Redmond based group announced back at E3, that the market for used games would be […]