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Damage Inc: Pacific Squadron WWII Review

Damage Inc: Pacific Squadron WWII Review

World War II is something that we haven’t seen in too many games lately. It used to be that World War II was the focus of a lot of military shooters – the Call of Duty series was all World War II before Modern Warfare came along, and the Medal of Honor and Battlefield series did their part in making sure that there was never a lack of World War II games. Then, World War II as a setting for war games seemingly vanished, thanks in no small part to the fatigue players began feeling after a while.

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Mad Catz outs new line of Tritton Xbox 360 gaming headphones at E3 2011

Mad Catz outs new line of Tritton Xbox 360 gaming headphones at E3 2011

Mad Catz is on hand at E3 2011 and has unveiled a new range of gaming headphones for the Xbox 360 game console. The headphones are offered in three different models that have different features to meet the needs of different gamers. The headphones are all branded as Tritton offerings and are set to ship in time for the holiday season of 2011. The most interesting set is the Tritton Warhead 7.1 Dolby Wireless Surround Headset.

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Mad Catz to Produce Wireless Headset for XBox 360

Mad Catz to Produce Wireless Headset for XBox 360

Mad Catz, a gaming accessories developer, has entered into a licensing agreement with Microsoft to produce a range of co-branded, licensed headphones for the Xbox 360. These will include a wireless headset with Dolby 5.1 surround sound.  The headset will be produced under the company's Tritton brand.

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Harmonix Confirms They’ll Keep IP Rights to Rock Band and Dance Central

Harmonix Confirms They’ll Keep IP Rights to Rock Band and Dance Central

With the official announcement from Viacom and developer Harmonix that the two companies would be splitting up, and the latter would be considered an independent studio again, there was some confusion as to what the future of downloadable content (DLC) would look like for both games. We previously reported that Harmonix said that DLC for Rock Band would continue right on schedule, but there was some confusion as to whether that had anything to do with Viacom, or if it could change at any given moment. The developer has confirmed to Joystiq that they do indeed still own the IP rights for both games, and that everything is still up to them.

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Mad Catz offers amBX lights and gaming keyboard

Mad Catz offers amBX lights and gaming keyboard

You don’t hear much about the Philips amBX stuff anymore. A few years back the gear was going to be the next big thing in gaming. The core system was speakers, fans, and lights that made the room colors look like the game and blew in your face when you were doing things like driving or flying to make it more realistic.

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Mad Catz Announces $500 Worth of Flight Simulator Goodness

Mad Catz Announces $500 Worth of Flight Simulator Goodness

We're not sure if there's still a huge market for flight simulators. It's been awhile since we've even seen anything come on the radar about them. Sure, there are plenty of aircraft-based games, where you've got that fighter jet and you're blowing things up, but that's not a simulator. And, for the most part, you might not need these many buttons to shoot down the enemy. (At least, not in the game.) And, while $500 worth of simulating peripherals may seem like the right thing to do, it's troubling when $500 doesn't get you everything you need.

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Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 9 Wireless Flight Stick for Xbox 360 announced

Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 9 Wireless Flight Stick for Xbox 360 announced

There's something about this Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 9 Wireless Flight Stick that makes us think the company's designers looked to Megatron for their inspiration; still, that shouldn't dissuade any gamers from taking a firm grasp.  Compatible with the Xbox 360's wireless system out of the box - and thus requiring no dongle - the F.L.Y. 9 has independent throttle and rudder controls together with various comfort adjustments.

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Mad Catz Eclipse Lifetouch Keyboard Passes Through the FCC in Time for Spring Release

Mad Catz Eclipse Lifetouch Keyboard Passes Through the FCC in Time for Spring Release

Do you need a keyboard? Even if you don't need one, maybe you should get one. And we mean this one, from Mad Catz, which was initially shown off at CES this year. Yes, it is that shiny, and yes, it does have an LCD touchscreen right next to the physical keyboard. But, that's not a normal touchscreen. Oh no, Mad Catz has a nice surprise for you. And thanks to the FCC passing it through its gauntlet, we are one step closer to seeing it in retail stores.

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