Category Archives: Hardware

Project S wireless racing wheel to be revealed at E3?

Will a new Xbox One wireless racing wheel be heading to Xbox One courtesy of an E3 announcement? According to IGN it could be. The Project S wireless racing wheel is being created by the makers of the updated Xbox One version of the Duke controller – Hyperkin – and will connect via the “Xbox’s wireless […]

ASTRO Gaming to show off A40 TR X-Edition at E3

ASTRO Gaming will lift the lid on their new A40 TR X-Edition at E3, which has been created to celebrate 10 years of what many consider to be ASTRO’s greatest headset. The X-Edition, which has been teased in a new trailer, uses the successful TR version of the A40 so expect additional X-Edition parts. Coming […]

The big guy is back – Xbox One Duke controller

It’s almost time to Duke it out and get your hands on what is destined to be the best special edition Xbox One controller. The big guy was officially launched April 30 and is compatible with Xbox One and PCs running Windows 10. Hyperkin are the brains behind bringing the original Xbox Duke controller into the […]

Microsoft announce the Combat Tech Special Edition Xbox Controller

Microsoft have announced the third controller in the Tech Series, the Xbox Wireless Controller – Combat Tech Special Edition. The Xbox Wireless Controller – Combat Tech Special Edition embodies a traditional army colour palette with its classic Military Green base colour (the same Military Green offered through Xbox Design Lab), bright orange accents and military […]

Xbox One ‘Duke’ controller now available to order in UK

The Duke controller went down in Xbox history, and not necessarily for the right reason – but it’s shaded past has made it one of the most sought after Xbox prizes and Microsoft are seeking to capitalise on its notorious past by creating an Xbox One compatible version of the giant controller. Produced by manufacturer, […]

Linksys’ new router will help your Xbox One connect faster

Linksys has created a gaming router that’s will help your connection when playing on the Xbox One According to Linksys, the WRT32XB will automatically detect an Xbox that’s connected, and then prioritises and accelerates gaming traffic using something known as the “Killer Prioritization Engine” used in their previous router. In simple terms it should reduce […]

The cat came back – Mad Catz presses continue…

Mad Catz has come back from what many believed to be game over for the peripheral maker. It seems the company did indeed have another credit left to continue. Under new management, a new PR agency and promising new ideas and a range of products, Mad Catz seem to initially be resting on their PC […]

TiX podcast special: State of the Industry 2017

Welcome to a new episode of the TiX Podcast, a special episode celebrating 2017. Join Greg Giddens and Neale Jarrat as they discuss their highlights from the year in terms of games, explore the new hardware paradigm of the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro, gush over PSVR, and even take a quick stab at […]

Thrustmaster Unveils 1st Official Flight Stick for the Xbox One

Thrustmaster is at it again! Not content on delivering a premium experience for the racing community on Xbox and Windows, they are now taking to the skies and beyond with the Hotas One. Members of the Flight Sim community rejoice, Thrustmaster® has heard your pleas loud and clear. To meet the demands of this growing […]

Three new Crystal Dualshock controllers revealed

Three new Crystal Dualshock controllers are joining the official PlayStation range. Available October 17 the controllers come in red, white and blue. It’s not the first time PlayStation have released a special edition crystal edition of the Dualshock – a simple white crystal controller was released last year. These new editions are slightly different though, […]