Steelseries has completed a decade in manufacturing gaming gears.And with that they are celebrating,by orgabnizing a massive giveaway.the company claims that it’s their first biggest, most massive contest and giveaways that they have ever done in the history.
To get started click on this link you would be guided through 3 steps where you have to fill in the details.You can signup via your email account or you can connect via Facebook.To win you have to recruit your friends vai your unique url.And the entrant with the most points would win his way to teh Grand prize.
Razer unveils it’s wired controller Onza for XBOX.The controller has 2 variations,one the standard version,another tournament version.the Razer Onza Tournament Edition offers superior customizability with adjustable resistance analog sticks,while the standard version features backlit “Hyperesponse” face buttons, ana an improved d-pad and two extra programmable shoulder buttons.That what makes it different from the ordinary 360 controllers and Onza.With the addition of 2 additional bumpers you can actually program 2 buttons which prove to be a saver in many titles.
Twist the analog sticks in one direction to make them more resistant for steadier control, or twist in the opposite direction for quicker, fluid movements. Boom! He’s dead. Boom! She’s dead. You’re just too fast; nothing’s stopping you when you have an Onza in your hands.
Onza has made a smart move by bringing in the wired controllers for tournaments which means no lag time,and exact precision.
* 2 Adjustable resistance analog sticks
* 2 Multi-Function Buttons (MFB)
* 4 backlit Hyperesponse action buttons
* Precision D-Pad
* Non-slip rubber surface
* Quick release USB connector
* 15 foot, lightweight, braided fiber cable
* Approx. size in mm: 109(L) x 154(W) x 60.5(H)
The standard Onza will sell for $40, while the Tournament Edition will set back the realprofessionals $50.
Nintendo has revealed the Japanese launch lineup for the 3DS at Nintendo World 2011, and — there are 8 games in the list. The games that will be available on the Japanese launch date of February 26 include:
Also Nintendo’s 2011 releases would include some new titles like BlazBlue Continuum Shift 2, ports of Tales of the Abyss and Raving Rabbids Travel in Time, and a third game in the DS’s Tank Beatseries.
Again reminding you all,this is the Japaneese list,not the US,so don’t get sad.