Gaming

  • Alienware 55″ OLED Gaming Monitor

    Alienware 55″ OLED Gaming Monitor

    Okay, it’s a TV. It even comes with a remote! That aside, Alienware’s upcoming AW5520QF is a couch gamer’s dream TV. It has a 4K OLED screen, so you get natural blacks and vibrant and punchy colors. But what it has that other OLED TVs don’t have is a 120Hz refresh rate, a 0.5ms response time and FreeSync for tear-free graphics. It has a DisplayPort, three HDMI 2.0 ports and four USB ports. It also has a covered area at the …cotinue reading

     
  • Respawn-900 Gaming Recliner

    Respawn-900 Gaming Recliner

    The La-Z-Boy of gaming chairs. The Respawn-900 has the same segmented padding and adjustable headrest pillow that are in most gaming chairs. But it adds a backrest and a footrest that move independently of each other, giving you more options to stay comfortable while gaming. It’s available in five colors.

     
  • MGC Valor iPhone Gaming Case

    MGC Valor iPhone Gaming Case

    Most gaming cases and peripherals for smartphones are bulky and ugly. Mobile Gaming Corps is changing that with its debut product. The Valor is a sleek case for iPhones that has two small shoulder buttons. They don’t need electricity to work, and they can be mapped to any touch control. The case also has chamfered edges for your fingers to rest on, and a textured rubber back for added grip. The back of the case also features vents to help …cotinue reading

     
  • Nintendo Switch Lite

    Nintendo Switch Lite

    A handheld-focused version of the bestselling and versatile console. The Nintendo Switch Lite is lighter, smaller and shorter than the original Switch, and its controllers are built-in. It can’t be plugged in to a TV or external display and has a slightly smaller screen, but it’s more portable and costs $100 less than the original. It will be available starting 9/20/19.

     
  • 8BitDo SN30 Pro+ Controller

    8BitDo SN30 Pro+ Controller

    The SN30 Pro+ is 8BitDo’s most customizable controller yet. Using its companion software, you can remap each button, assign multiple inputs to a single button, and even adjust the sensitivity and range of its analog sticks and triggers. It connects to PCs, the Nintendo Switch and Android devices via Bluetooth 4.0 or USB-C.

     
  • Woolsey Outdoor Shuffleboard

    Woolsey Outdoor Shuffleboard

    Forged for use both indoors and out, the Woosley Outdoor Shuffleboard sports a handsome rock maple top finished with a UV resistant resin and complemented by a base of metalized steel that’s been sandblasted, sealed with zinc and powder coated, as well as a teak handrail and black walnut lines and numbers. It arrives already built, with four white and four black pucks and heaps of shuffleboard salt.

     
  • Sega Genesis Mini

    Sega Genesis Mini

    Relive the best moments of your youth–or experience how your dad or big brother got their gaming kicks–with the awesome Sega Genesis Mini. The shrunken version of the iconic late-’80s 16-bit games console comes loaded with 40 legendary games like Sonic the Hedgehog and Earthworm Jim. It’ll be out in September, but you can pre-order now. It’s causing some serious excitement at GearCulture.

     
  • Top 3 Virtual Reality Headsets In 2019

    Top 3 Virtual Reality Headsets In 2019

    Virtual reality has now proven itself as a mainstream pursuit, and the competition continues to hot up as technology developers grapple for market share. From the high-end HTC Vive Pro to mobile headsets such as the Samsung Gear VR and Google Daydream View, VR isn’t a technology fad for the rich anymore. It is now an affordable entertainment medium and one that is growing in popularity. Yet, with more and more headsets appearing on the market, it’s difficult to choose …cotinue reading

     
  • Google Stadia

    Google Stadia

    Excitingly billed as the Netflix of gaming, Google Stadia means that millions of users around the globe may instantly click on their favorite game and be playing within seconds. What’s more, it’ll be compatible with everything from laptops to PCs to cells to tablets, and even smart TVs, with automatic saving across devices and no extra hardware required. Expect to see it land sometime this year.

     
  • PlayStation Portable Game Drive

    PlayStation Portable Game Drive

    A cinch to set-up–step by step instructions take as little as 180 seconds–the PlayStation Portable Seagate Game Drive offers 2TB of space for PS4 systems, with a high-speed USB 3.0 for smooth and speedy performance. Perfect for those that want to game anytime, anywhere, this palm-sized plug-and-play aluminum offering has space for 50-plus titles.