GamingNexus Gaming Memories Part 2


posted 1/2/2009 by The GN Staff
other articles by The GN Staff
One Page Platforms:
Best Peripheral or accessory you came across?

I have had the unique experience of reviewing many Audio/Video items this year, and my choice comes from one of these. The Razer Mako system has some of the best sound I have heard out of a 2.1 audio system and is simply a cool little device no matter how you look at it. It is perfect for any gaming application. – Dan Keener

A new Samsung 40” 1080p HDTV. Yeah it does make a difference. – Nathan Murray

The Xbox 360 Chatpad -- the compact keyboard that fits snug into the base of your controller -- has been a small godsend. My patience and messages are no longer handcuffed by scooting around the onscreen keyboard with analog sticks. I can adhere dearly to rules of proper casing, punctuation (to include Oxford Commas), and fully spelling out every word that my linguistically elitist mind whips me with.– Randy Kalista

The new Sony headset is pretty rad. It’s a lot more comfortable than the wireless 360 headset and the button placement for turning the volume up and down is perfect. – Charles Husemann

Yes it sounds a little strange, but Thrustmaster’s T-Wireless for Wii is an excellent replacement for Nintendo’s own cheap, plasticy Classic Controller. The T-Wireless also has rumble motors and programmable buttons, so it isn’t a bad substitute for the beloved Wavebird pad, a great first-party wireless GameCube controller that Nintendo discontinued for no good reason. – Sean Colleli

Has to be the new ATI Radeon HD 4000 series of video cards. The cards were outstanding performers and can be had at great prices. These cards have brought AMD/ATI back to the top of the game again for video cards. – John Yan

Can't wait to get my hands on the microphone with built in game controls for Rock Band. – Eva Sines

The drums for Guitar Hero: World Tour – Ben Berry
Page 2 of 5