It happens to every sports fan. You’re all pumped up for the biggest game of the weekend and then – BOOM! – out of nowhere, your family makes plans. Worse yet, those plans don’t involve sitting down on the couch in front of the TV.
There’s no time when this is more likely to happen then during March Madness. With back-to-back-to-back-to-back games from Thursday through Sunday of opening weekend, sooner or later you will get dragged away from the action kicking and screaming.
Luckily this year, FLO TV is swooping in to save the day. Keep reading to find out more and to see FLO TV's broadcasting schedule for the NCAA tournament.More »
Astro's MixAmp and Cross-Gaming Headset
Astro's new A30 headset is basically a lightweight, scaled-down version of their A40 model (which is used by gamers during professional tournaments), designed to provide the same superior audio quality, minus the cumbersome set-up.
In fact, the A30 is so versatile, it's the only headset that can be used while playing handheld, console or PC titles. Cool, right? It's also fully compatible with Astro's MixAmp unit, features a detachable boom mic (combined, these two features allow you to enjoy full voice communication during online play), and comes bundled with a collection of interchangeable speaker stickers, the better to personalize your equipment.More »
For sports fans, Thursday and Friday are the best two days of the year: NCAA Tournament first round games!
And what's better about March Madness than the upsets? There's nothing like seeing the unknown, disrespected underdog rise up and knock off a team from one of the powerhouse conferences. Here's a look at the teams I think have the best chance at shocking the world in Round 1:
The Skate It franchise goes portable once again this May, courtesy of Skate It for the iPhone.
Now... anyone familiar with the franchise might have doubts about such a port. And with good reason! Skate It's (the console version) dual-analog control scheme would appear to be a poor fit for the iPhone's touchscreen set-up.
Luckily for us, EA Sports appears to have developed an effecient workaround...More »