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  • 12 Days Of Christmas: Razer Starcraft II Gear Set

    12 Days Of Christmas: Razer Starcraft II Gear Set


    Update! We have a winner, who should be receiving an email right about now! Thanks for all the entries, and thanks for reading! Bonus giveaway because I forgot what day it is! Got a Starcraft fan in the family? Zerg them with gifts this season courtesy of Razer, whose SCII gear we scoped some time back. They worked with the Blizzard team to make these things extra-appropriate for the game… Read More

  • Review: Kirby's Epic Yarn

    Review: Kirby's Epic Yarn


    It’s very rare to find a game that is 100% acceptable for my 5-year-old. Many games are just a bit too violent – Super Smash Brothers was pretty rough and Super Paper Mario encouraged self-mutilation – and others, like Mario Kart Wii, are so boring at this point as to induce coma in a healthy 35-year-old. That’s why I was excited to play Kirby’s Epic Yarn. This… Read More

  • Review: Alienware M11x

    Review: Alienware M11x


    Short version: It’s not an all-in-one gaming solution, but for under $1000 it’s a sleek and relatively powerful machine with a few compelling features. Hope you like LEDs. Read More

  • Review: Alienware Aurora ALX

    Review: Alienware Aurora ALX

    Short version: The Aurora ALX is quite possibly the fastest computer I’ve ever used. It is in a word, amazing. The water cooling, thermally reactive venting system, and lighting combine to make a system that runs great, looks amazing, and has some innovative features that make you go “duh. why didn’t I think of that?” Of course performance has its price, and you will… Read More

  • Review: SteelSeries Xai laser gaming mouse

    Review: SteelSeries Xai laser gaming mouse


    Short version: An elegant, functional, and attractive mouse, best suited for those with normal-sized or smaller hands. Aficionados may crave more buttons or a non-ambidextrous design, but the Xai does just fine without. Like other SteelSeries products, it’s a bit expensive, but you knew that. Read More