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Steelseries 9H Wireless Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Steelseries 9H Wireless Box Art(steelseries.com/us/products/audio/steelseries-9h) Steelseries kindly sent me their new H series wireless headset to review long with their latest Siberia headset to review as well. When I was first looking at the two, it seemed the Siberia was going to be the more gaming oriented headset, the thing looked like a loud and impressive piece of hardware, whereas the 9H wireless looked much more elegant and classy. However, I quickly learned that you should never judge a headset by how it looks, but how it feels and sounds. The 9H features individual pockets of foam along the headband, and over the ear memory foam cups as well. It’s the most comfortable headset I’ve worn, easily.

 
Steel Series Stratus Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Steel Series Stratus Box Art(http://steelseries.com/us/products/controllers/steelseries-stratus-wireless-gaming-controller)  Rate E for Everyone by ESRB.  Gaming on mobile devices such as phones and tablet can be tricky sometimes, since not all games are fully utilizing the use of the phones touch screen, but thankfully, Steelseries has you covered with their new Stratus Controller. The Stratus is a wireless gaming controller that operates on Bluetooth 2.1 with Apple devices on iOS 7. It also has a very “classic console” controller layout, with two thumbsticks, a directional pad, four shoulder buttons, and A,B,X, and Y buttons. I was at first worried that my hands would be too big for the Stratus, since it is a portable controller and has a very small size. However, despite its smaller size, it was still very accommodating to my larger hands, and didn’t cause my hands to hurt after gameplay sessions.

 

 
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Review
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Written by Matt Clements Jr.   

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (PC) Box Art(us.battle.net/d3/en/reaper-of-souls/)  Rated M for Mature by ESRB. Just when you thought you were out, Blizzard pulls you back in to the forever hellish and tormented world of Sanctuary. Evil never rests in the world of Diablo no matter how many heroes enter the fold. All have fallen eventually after succeeding in creating small pockets of peace, but just because the war rages on beyond our existence does not mean mankind should simply bow down and take whatever comes. In Diablo III Reaper of Souls, the same heroes that defeated the Prime Evil Diablo must take arms once more to defeat former Archangel of Wisdom, Maltheal, who now has a new title, the Angel of Death.

 
The E-Gamerz Podcast
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Written by Matt Clements Jr.   

Hello there, fellow gamers!

You may have seen a few of my reviews out here in the E-Gamerz column of the Seattle Chinese Times. I'm writing here today to announce in a more formal matter than my sporadic Twitter mentions over the past month that the featured writers here have decided to get together once a week and talk about video game news and things, simply sharing our opinions with our community (that's you!). We've been off to an interesting start, learning the tricks of proper audio, which members share console allegiances and also that you should probably come a little more prepared to an interview with oh, I don't know... the co-founder of Sucker Punch Productions. Our infancy aside, we are having fun making the show and we hope everyone that's been listening to the podcast has been enjoying it too. Currently, the show is going through approval processes with iTunes and Stitcher. The best way to listen to the show at the moment is by downloading the MP3 file for each episode right here on the Seattle Chinese Times website. (Pro Tip: click into the article and check the bottom to see additional links.)

#4 The Tangent-cast

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Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (PS3) Review - Available Now
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (PS3) Box Art(http://www.namcobandaigames.com/game/tales-of-symphonia-chronicles.html‎)  Rated T for Teens By ESRB.  It’s been about 10 years since its original release, and not it’s back in HD glory. Namco Bandai has released the Tales of Symphnoia Chronicles collection on PS3 for all to enjoy. The Chronicles Collection includes Tales of Symphonia (originally a Gamecube and Playstation 2 game) and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (originally a Wii game). The North American version of this game includes dual audio including the original Japanese voices, along with the English ones. Namco has re-worked and upgraded the visuals for both games, and utilized the Playstation 3’s ability to install games, to ensure the fastest possible load times during gameplay. As far as new content goes, Namco has also thrown in new mystic arte cut ins, costumes, titles, unison attacks, techniques, events, and new monsters.

 
Toukiden: Age of Demons (PS Vita) Review - Available Now
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Written by Benjamin Widdowson   

Toukiden: Age of Demons (PS Vita) Box Art(http://www.tecmokoeiamerica.com/toukiden)  Rated T for Teen by ESRB.  One genre of games that unexpectedly took off and left it’s mark thanks to Capcom is the hunting game. Monster Hunter shocked audiences with it’s fresh gameplay, addicting quests, and intricate crafting system. Through various iterations and re-releases Sony’s handheld was eventually left behind in favor of the less powerful but better selling 3DS, which meant a large share of the target audience was left without the thrill of the hunt. That is, until Tecmo Koei realized the hole left behind in the wake of the exclusivity jump. Vita owners rejoice, not only do we have a hunting game, but quite honestly a better alternative to the stagnating Mothership.

 
South Park: The Stick of Truth (PS3, Xbox 360 and PC) Review - Available Now
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Written by Charles Bond   

South Park: The Stick of Truth (PS3, Xbox 360 and PC) Box Art(http://southpark.ubi.com/stickoftruth)  Rated M for Mature by the ESRB.  South Park: The Stick of Truth is a surprisingly good RPG that takes you on a mission to recover the Stick of Truth.  You will meet the entire cast of South Park and will go on a huge adventure that will not disappoint.  As the “New Kid”, it is your responsibility to reclaim the Stick of Truth, or says a prophecy clearly made up by Cartman. Cartman greatly appreciates your help reclaiming the Stick of Truth and therefore refers to you as Douchebag.  This is the kind of treatment you can expect from South Park: The Stick of Truth, the kind you would expect from the show.

 
inFAMOUS Second Son (PS4) Review - Available Now
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Written by Matt Clements Jr.   

inFAMOUS Second Son (PS4) Box Art(http://us.playstation.com/infamous-second-son-ps4.html)  Rated T for Teen by ESRB. Given immense power in a society that fears your kind, a society that goes so far as to hunt you down and give you a life sentence for simply being what you are, do you convince the people to respect you, becoming their hero? Or do you abandon them just as quickly as they dismiss your company, in the end becoming a menace to the human race becoming… infamous. Sucker Punch has officially welcomed us to the next generation with arguably the first must have AAA title exclusively on PlayStation 4. inFAMOUS Second Son is a technical achievement on many levels welcoming new fans to the series and servicing veteran inFAMOUS players equally. Delsin Rowe enjoys his simple life living on the edge of the law and perfecting his craft of graffiti, but after an accident involving a Department of Unified Protection vehicle transporting conduits, or “bio-terrorists” as the D.U.P. like to to call them, Delsin’s life is changed forever. He learns he’s quite unique, that he can absorb other’s special powers. That he too is considered a “bio-terrorist”. With this new title, Delsin must affirm which side he’s on before he and others like him are wrongfully “dealt with” by the D.U.P.

 
Infamous Second Son Midnight Launch Event at Bellevue Square
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Infamous Second Son Midnight Launch Event at Bellevue Square (March 2014)Last night was the midnight launch event for Infamous Second Son at my Gamestop in Bellevue Square. I was already planning on going to the event, but when I received a PR email about how there were going to be developers, giveaways, and people dressed up as soldiers from the game, I knew this was going to be a much bigger event. The event started at 10 PM and according the manager at the store, people were already there around 9 just to be the first ones there. Once SuckerPunch arrived, I was impressed by how many developers and staff they brought.

 
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