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Aksys is Working on Localizing a lot of Games

Yesterday at Anime Expo 2016, Aksys Games announced a line up of games that they will do their best to bring west, along with two titles that will be coming to other platforms.

The games to note that is porting over to more platforms are

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  • 999: Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors (Multi Platform)9991

Right the platforms that these two games will be ported to have not been announced. The other games are games that have been released outside of North America, and will be heading west.

Here is a list of some games mentioned at the Expo:

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  • Tokyo Xanadu (PSVita and PC/Steam)TokyoXanadu_08
  • Bad Apple Wars (PSVita)616
  • Collar X Malice (PSVita)GAME-0016189_07
  • Period Cube: Torkago no Amadeus (PSVita)gfs_606003_2_2
  • Chase:Cold Case Investigation – Distance Memories (3DS)00ced632c9d4ad6190f6fc618c69d1c2

State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition

Nordic games has stated that they will release the physical edition of State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition (which contains State of Decay, along with its two major Add-Ons Breakdown and Lifeline), on August 9th 2016 for PC.

The PC retail version of the Year One Survival Edition retails at EUR/USD 19.99 and includes:

  • Premium packaging (clamshell box)
  • Game DVD (onetime Steam key redemption required)
  • One double-sided A3 poster
  • Soundtrack (Audio CD)

The Year One Survival Edition contains:

  • The original State of Decay
  • Lifeline Add-On
  • Breakdown Add-On

I enjoyed State of Decay thoroughly and highly recommend it if you haven’t tried it yet.

New Star Trek Online Launch Trailer Agents of Yesterday

Become a temporal agent when Star Trek Onlines third expansion Agents of Yesterday launches July 6th.

To celebrate Star Trek: The Original Series’ 50th anniversary, Agents of Yesterday invites you to captain an era-appropriate ship from the series that started it all. Agents of Yesterday will include more than a dozen new star ships and several new featured episodes starring several beloved cast from various Star Trek series.

Worms W.M.D. trailer reveals 80 different weapons

Team 17 busts out the full arsenal of weapons for Worms W.M.D..  There will be 35 standard weapons, including the three new weapons: Dodgy Phone Battery, Unwanted Present, and OMG Strike.

  • Launch the Dodgy Phone Battery to deliver a short sharp shock between any worms it hits using any nearby vehicles and objects as conductors.
  • The Unwanted Present explodes on the set amount of turns (1-5) you decide.
  • The OMG Strike calls a satellite to fire a laser of mass destruction!

The new crafting feature expands the standard 35 weapon list to over 80 weapons in total. Craft a Bazooka Pie, Alloy Baseball Bat, Electric Sheep, or Stinking Carpet bomb! Crafting adds a personalized approach to any battle and adds more tactical elements to the turn-based strategy gameplay.

Worms W.M.D. will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC later this year. Enjoy the extensive single player campaign or play with up to 6 players locally or online!

Review: HyperX Cloud Revolver Headset


Is The Cloud Revolver Worth Your Time

With the popularity of the last installments from HyperX, the company is ready to introduce a new headset:  The HyperX Cloud Revolver. Does it live up to its predecessor though?


Comfort and Appearance

First thing to note with the HyperX Cloud Revolver is the packaging. When first opening a new box you can immediately see the time spent on packaging and how the headset is presented as a beautiful work of art. It’s down to the little details of the welcome note inscribed on the box, to the headphones laying perfectly in the packaging foam. After lifting the product out, you can tell right away these headphones have a different feel and  appearance compared to other headsets. With its signature HyperX memory foam, a durable steel frame, and how it automatically adjusts to your head size/shape with its rotating side ear cups the comfort of these headphones are beyond what I would have ever expected from any gaming headset. Not to mention, they live up to their name as “Cloud Revolver” because they are super light and don’t weigh down on your head or ears. Along with comfort, the appearance looks more aggressive rather than flashy. One flaw the Cloud Revolver has at this point on appearance is, although the red and black have that aggressive look to it, there are no customization/color options. I would love to had seen different color variations. Other than the that, this is one headset you can’t wait to show off; and you’ll be showing it off in comfort.

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Performance and Sound

As we all know, aesthetic and comfort is important, but the main reason we buy any headset is the performance and sound quality. The Cloud Revolver is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a headset to use for more than one gaming device. Equipped with a 3.5mm stereo, mic plugs, and an Audio Control Box, you are able to use this crafty set on a PS4, Xbox One, PSVita, 3DS, PC, and even your Phone/MP3 Device.Untitled-1

One of the stand out features is the detachable, noise cancellation mic.  If you are on the go and decide to use these for your Phone/MP3 device, you won’t suffer the embarrassment of having a mic in your face since the mic is removable. The noise cancelling mic also works extremely well.  When I record my own audio it cancels all background noise including the white noise of a blowing fan and background chatter.

The sound performance is spectacular.The ear cups prevent any outside sound from interfering with gameplay and the speakers separate every sound to its distinct sound level. These headphones do an amazing job keeping all audio intact with studio grade sound. Listening to sword swings, bullets hitting your enemy, or even just enjoying the music from an RPG, the performance is satisfying. The downside is it is missing 7.1 surround sound -a feature the Cloud II did have. Another slight issue is the steel frame of the headset. Any little touch to the metal frame will  be heard, but the only time this is noticeable is when all audio is off and your decide to touch your headset.


Although the headset has a few small flaws (no customization options, the metallic frame creating sound, and lacking in 7.1 surround sound), The HyperX Cloud Revolver headset is an excellent choice for someone who likes playing games on multiple platforms, being comfortable, and tuning out the rest of the world to delve into the game.

Will you be picking these headphones up?

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