April 16, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

When you want to stream from older audio equipment that doesn’t understand Bluetoth, all you need is this handy, dual transmitter box. It’s also useful for computers without Bluetooth audio output.Powered by WPeMatico

April 16, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Gaming peripherals are afraid of color. Actually, I’d wager this is an issue that goes beyond peripherals to technology at large. White, black, silver, and gray are the standard pallete. Anything else is relegated to an accent at best. Apple made waves in the ‘90s with those teal iMacs, and then what happened? A decade later they were back to “Space Gray” and other neutral tones.But if Mionix’s new peripherals are anything to go by, an injection of color might do us well. I’ve been using the Mionix Wei off and on for a few months now, and you know…

April 16, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

It’s been two years since consumers officially got their hands on virtual reality with the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, and in that time a lot of VR games have released. Sure, there may still be no singular headset-seller, but trawl Steam or the Oculus Store and you’ll still find hundreds of hours of entertainment—some of it pretty good!So where to start? Well, we compiled a list of our favorite Oculus Rift games and our favorite HTC Vive games back in 2016, and some of those (Job Simulator, Tilt Brush, Chronos) are still worth checking out. The Vive Pro’s recent…

April 15, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night are getting a variety of new costumes from popular SEGA franchises. Persona Central reports SEGA announced Virtua Fighter costumes are coming to Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night, and Sonic and Yakuza costumes are coming to Persona 5: Dancing Star Night. The publisher made the announcement during a special stage show for the games during SEGA FES 2018. Last week, SEGA asked fans on Twitter what DLC costumes they’d like to see featured in the upcoming dancing games. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

April 15, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

SEGA is bringing the first Valkyria Chronicles game to Nintendo Switch. The company shared the news during its annual SEGA FES event in Japan, and relayed the information in a post on Twitter. The game will be released for Switch in Japan this fall on the eShop. The Switch version will include all of the DLC, just like the remastered version for PS4, Gematsu reports. There’s currently no word on when/if the first Valkyria Chronicles will be released for Switch outside of Japan. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

April 14, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

The Gwent development team has announced significant changes coming to the digital card game. A post on the game’s official website details what’s to come in the upcoming revamp, dubbed Gwent Homecoming, after stating the Witcher spinoff had “slowly drifted away from our original vision of standalone Gwent.” Some of the big changes include adjustments to core mechanics, such as adding benefits to cards placed in their preferred row, potentially getting rid of rows entirely, and fixing imbalances around turn order. The team plans to revamp the player progression aspect and implement a new leveling system with suitable rewards while bringing…

April 14, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Classic SEGA games from the Genesis and Master System are making their way to Nintendo Switch. During its annual SEGA FES event in Japan, the company announced a new initiative to bring classic games—including Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star, and Thunder Force 2—to Nintendo’s console under the Sega Ages label. As reported by Polygon, over 15 games from SEGA’s library of classics will be released on the Nintendo Switch eShop in Japan. There’s currently no word on if/when the initiative will expand to those in the west. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico