Tag: hardware

The Ataribox Will be Like The NES Classic

You have been able to find other licensed mini-consoles able to play classic Atari games on the market for years, often for around $50 give or take. My assumption is this widely available hardware is generally shoddy and the emulation may be even moreso…..but I honestly can’t say for sure because I’ve never owned one […]

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A Look Inside The Nintendo Switch. Literally.

We don't have long to go now! According to our handy countdown block, the days leading to Switch's launch are now in the single digits. I already gave my impressions of the console after going hands-on with it as did our friends over at The Nintendo Power Couple. Everyone here at Pixelrater HQ has a [...]
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Hands-On With Nintendo Switch

Man has it been a busy weekend! It all started last Thursday at 11pm EST when Nintendo dropped a bunch of info (although maybe not enough) about the Switch. I stayed up until almost 3am, feverishly writing an article brimming with news as I scoured Nintendo’s main site for whatever info may have fallen through […]

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PS4 Pro: What You Need to Know

What a weird yet exciting time it is for video game hardware this holiday. It was a little less than a month ago when PlaySation VR launched and now Sony’s launching their supercharged PS4 Pro. The Pro hopes to usher in a new era of 4K HDR games and video content and, according to early […]

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Nintendo Announces the Nintendo Switch

Wow. I know I’ve been gushing about PlayStation VR in my review, but this has the potential to be a game changer as well. Let it be known that today, October 20 2016, Nintendo dropped the mic. The Nintendo Switch is everything it was rumored to be and, to my surprise, a lot like what […]

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PlayStation VR: The Review

UPDATE: Since launch, PSVR's tracking has greatly improved and jitters have decreased after PS4's 4.50 firmware update and PSVR's 2.50 firmware update. Owners of PS4 Pro can benefit from much crisper visuals on PSVR thanks to supersampling (rendering game at higher resolution such as 4k and then downsampling to 1080p) as well as enjoying enhanced visuals and [...]
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Steam Controller Review

Valve’s latest invention and their first foray into mass-produced hardware, the Steam Controller has a lot to offer right out of the box. Finished in matte black and designed to fit in any set of hands, the new controller seems unassuming at first glance. Generally speaking, the first test of any new hardware that is […]

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3DS Review: Aging Like a Fine Wine

What a difference a few years can make. I remember on a whim I headed to my local F.Y.E. to check out Nintendo\’s newest handheld the day it was released. I was excited especially after the crazy amount of fun I had with the original DS. I picked up a black system and the only […]

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