Gadgetoid

gadg-et-oid [gaj-it-oid]

-adjective

1. having the characteristics or form of a gadget;
resembling a mechanical contrivance or device.
Backbone One – iOS PlayStation Edition – Reviewed

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Video Games & Gaming Accessories

Waterfield Designs PS Vita Case

Waterfield Designs PS Vita Case

Waterfield Designs have crafted no less than three PS Vita cases; the deceptively simply named PS Vita Case, the svelte…

Smash ‘n’ Survive PSN Review

Smash ‘n’ Survive PSN Review

With Twisted Metal back on the scene and promising buckets of vehicular depravity there has been something of a rush…

SONY PS Vita Starter Kit Reviewed

SONY PS Vita Starter Kit Reviewed

If, like me, you picked up your PS Vita on the 22nd, you’ll no-doubt be looking for a decent case…

SteelSeries Kana Mouse Review

SteelSeries Kana Mouse Review

Taking a step up from the Kinzu the SteelSeries Kana is the middle-ground of SteelSeries gaming mice, representing the balance…

SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Mouse Review

SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Mouse Review

Gaming mice are great, but they’re called gaming mice for a reason. They’re geared heavily towards gaming, tend to be…

SoulCalibur V review (PS3)

SoulCalibur V review (PS3)

Review by John Cranston Welcome back to the stage of history, a time when combat was civilised and men, women…

Dungeon Defenders PS3 Reviewed

Dungeon Defenders PS3 Reviewed

It’s no secret among gamers that some of the greatest titles around come from some of the most unlikely places.…

Startech USB to HDMI and DVI Adaptors Reviewed

Startech USB to HDMI and DVI Adaptors Reviewed

USB to video adaptors have been on my to-do list for a while, and I’ve finally got ’round to getting…

Gears of War 3 – Xbox 360 review

Gears of War 3 – Xbox 360 review

Review by John Cranston The final instalment of the Gears of War trilogy was released by Epic Games in September…

Rayman Origins PS3 Review

Rayman Origins PS3 Review

I’ve been whining, moaning and complaining about the influx of Raving Rabbid related trash which seems to be sullying Rayman’s…

Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster Review

Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster Review

As Christmas draws ever near, the time has come to enthuse about the latest wonderful gadgets you could be getting…

Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken PS3 review

Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken PS3 review

The glory days of the side-scrolling shooter are over, but that doesn’t stop some determined games developers from bringing back…

Our man in… Eurogamer Expo 2011

Our man in… Eurogamer Expo 2011

by John Cranston Back for the fourth year running, the Eurogamer Expo is largely unchallenged as the king of UK…

Parallels Desktop 7 Impressions

Parallels Desktop 7 Impressions

As you might have expected, the release of Lion has been very closely followed by a new version of Parallels…

Gaming On The 11″ MacBook Air

Gaming On The 11″ MacBook Air

Perhaps the most common question asked about the MacBook Air is: “How does it handle gaming?” With the Air now…

Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine – Xbox 360 review

Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine – Xbox 360 review

Review by John Cranston “In the grim darkness of the far future there is only war” is the strap-line that…

El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron – Xbox 360 review

El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron – Xbox 360 review

Review by Johnus Maximus What happens when you’re part of a cabal of rebellious angels who try to defy god’s…

Child of Eden – Xbox 360 review

Child of Eden – Xbox 360 review

Review by John Cranston In the 23rd century humanity moves freely amongst the stars, it’s collective memories now stored in…

LA Noire – Xbox 360 review

LA Noire – Xbox 360 review

The year is 1947, the rising mood of optimism in post-WW2 America and the glitz and glamour of Hollywood can…

Motorstorm Apocalypse Review

Motorstorm Apocalypse Review

I’ve never been a huge fan of racing sims, favouring instead the arcade or novelty alternates of which there are…