Although more known for their mice, PC speakers, and keyboards Logitech has been able to make a name for itself in the gaming arena. In the goal to expand expertise in product design beyond the computer mouse, Logitech has increased its portfolio with other interface devices for computers, consoles, and digital music or home-entertainment systems.
High quality and performance is the top priority of this company, as it is constantly innovating products to adapt to the rapidly expanding world of technology. Logitechâ€™s collection of innovation now includes the Logitech Chillstream for PC.
Bringing the fantastic world of the American Idol competition to your home, Konami has created the Karaoke Revolution: American Idol Encore for your Xbox 360. If you’d like to experience the excitement (or horror) of letting the three famous American Idol judges listen to your voice, then try the Karaoke Revolution: American Idol Encore for the Xbox 360.
Go right ahead; step into the spotlight and become an idol. This interactive game delivers the most realistic recreation of the American Idol experience. It has a collection of 40 smash hits from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today. You can even expand your music library with hundreds of downloadable songs.
A lot of disturbing things can be found scattered in the world of Condemned 2: Bloodshot. But the one thing that really makes your spine tingle is that it’s disturbingly good at what it does. Imagine what it feels like to be trapped in a 4 x 4 cell filled with the most psychotic of [...]
Sounds like something straight out of a Sci-Fi movie, but according to the London Times a $299 headset is due to hit the markets soon that will read facial expressions and simple thoughts to control gaming actions. Called the Epoc, the headset works by reading facial expressions and basic thoughts via non-invasive electroencephalography (EEG), then transferring them to a game character, otherwise known as an avatar.
This mystical race surely influenced the creation of ancient myths, and there are even noticeable similarities between Masari buildings and ancient human architecture. For the XBox 360 console.
Check out the Masari Trailer for Universe at Ware: Earth Assault.
What was the First Home Computer? What was the First Game Console? Well, there’s some debate on the subject. For those that know however, a leading contender for the title is the Bally Astrocade, also known as the Professional Arcade. It was first shipped to the public in 1978!
But why are we interested? Because as TigerDirect enters its 20th year in the computer industry, we reflect on the changes we’ve seen, as well as participated in creating. It’s important that we understand the history computers and consumer electronics share so that we have a sense of where we’re going from here. So take a trip down Nostalgia Lane with us. We’ll visit some products that changed the world, and some that were just too strange, even for the era they were born in.
Capcom has come to their senses and announced that they will indeed release Lost Planet: Extreme Condition for the Play Station 3. The iconic game company had originally ruled out a PS3 version, but announced recently that gamers would see the title in blu-ray dress early in 2008. Despite the rabid back and forth between fanboys of the various different systems, the release of this year-old game is a good thing.