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30 July 2014

Tesoro Tizona Mechanical Keyboard Tesoro Tizona mechanical keyboard, magnets, and more

David Kenkel The Tesoro Tizano mechanical gaming keyboard has some pretty innovative features, mostly involving MAGNETS. »

26 July 2014

GamesterGear Cruiser Review earcup picture GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 Review

David Kenkel Not familiar with GamesterGear? Maybe it's time. The GamesterGear Cruiser provides a relatively rare offering in the crowded world of gaming headsets. »

15 July 2014

Sentey Headset Review Sentey Harmoniq Pro headset review

David Kenkel Sentey, not necessarily a household name, continues to impress with low-priced, solid hardware. This time, we take a look at their Harmoniq Pro true surround gaming headset. »

14 June 2014

Mario Maker Wii U Mario Maker for Wii U

David Kenkel Nintendo announces Mario Maker for WiiU at E3 2014: Make your own Mario levels! MAKE YOUR OWN MARIO LEVELS! »

13 June 2014

Christmas in June Refurb WiiU Direct From Nintendo – $200

David Kenkel Here's how to score a refurb Nintendo WiiU and three games for under $300. »

29 May 2014

COUGAR 700M Back COUGAR’S first gaming mouse wins iF Design Award

David Kenkel Cougar has been around in the PC gaming hardware scene, but they've recently announced that their first gaming mouse has won a prestigious design award. »

29 May 2014

Monster Hunter Online screenshot from CRYENGINE CRYENGINE now available to game developers on Steam

David Kenkel Engine-as-a-service might be the new hotness for game developers, particularly those without a studio behind them. Yesterday, Crytek made CRYENGINE available for a monthly fee on Steam. »

26 May 2014

Marshall Major review Marshall Major headphone review

David Kenkel You may recognize Marshall as a huge name in professional amplifiers for the stage, but they also make personal audio gear. Today we take a look at the Marshall Major headphones. »

17 May 2014

Expo Icrontic 2014 logo Expo Icrontic 2014

Brian Ambrozy “As the summer sun rises over the city of Detroit this June, it will shine on the sleepy heads of cultured geeks from all over the world as the annual gathering of gamers, card-tossers, wine lovers, beer aficionados, foodies, artists, and friends known as Expo Icrontic begins.” That’s what we wrote last year for Expo [...] »

16 May 2014

V Moda earcups V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones review

David Kenkel The V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones are designed by DJs, marketed by DJs, and used by DJs... so how well do they fit into a "normal" lifestyle? »

10 May 2014

DacMagic XS Bag DacMagic XS Review

David Kenkel The Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS provides quite a lot of bang for such a small package. »

17 April 2014

Minx Go review Cambridge Audio Minx Go Review

David Kenkel The Cambridge Audio Minx Go is a portable Bluetooth speaker that has some surprisingly good audio quality from a category of devices that usually aren't known for it. »

13 April 2014

Dungeons & Dragons for the first time Playing Dungeons & Dragons for the first time

Terin Clyde When immersed in a geek lifestyle, it's nice to be reminded about what your first time was like... And we've all been there. »

12 April 2014

What to do about heartbleed What to do about Heartbleed

Ryan Wilsey Heartbleed is out there, and you need to take some precautions to protect your information. Here are some tips on exactly what to do now that the flaw has been exposed. »

12 March 2014

NEPTOR NP056K battery pack review 01 Eagletech Neptor NP056K external battery pack review

Norman Witte III The Neptor NP056K battery pack has some compelling features that set it apart from other external battery packs. »

12 January 2014

Icrontic Team Fortress 2 Season Four Season Four of the League of Extraordinary Icrontians is here

Brian Ambrozy The League of Extraordinary Icrontians is a scheduled, weekly TF2 game that brings in Icrontians young and old, new and grizzled, to our awesome Team Fortress 2 server for lulz, competition, smack talk, badges, and Good Times™. It runs from January to September of each year, and then we take a three month break for [...] »

14 September 2013

Grand Theft Auto 5 development cost GTA V breaks its first record: Most Expensive Game to Develop

Phil Jaenke Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V just shattered a record for being the most expensive video game to develop, ever. Hell, it even cost more than most Hollywood blockbusters to make. »

12 September 2013

Europa Univeralis IV review Europa Universalis IV is the best strategy game of 2013

Joe Lloyd Paradox continues the grand tradition of the Europa Univeralis franchise with what is easily their best game in the series - Europa Universalis IV. »

2 August 2013

nr 201308 feature New Releases for The Month of Dragon Possession and Pogo-sticking

CB Droege Here are some interesting new releases in video gaming from Icrontic's ever-vigilant CB Droege. »

2 August 2013

stardrive feature The warp lanes and space bears of StarDrive

CB Droege StarDrive is a real-time 4X strategy game that has many flaws and a few extremely compelling features that all add up to: Well, you should at least try it. »

1 August 2013

Europa Universalis IV Last preorder bonus announced for Europa Universalis IV

Joe Lloyd The final pre-order bonus for Europa Universalis IV has been revealed, and it’s a doozy: if you purchase Europa Universalis IV before its release, you get a free full copy of Crusader Kings II. What’s more, you also get an exclusive converter program that lets you take your beloved CKII kingdom, and import it into [...] »