Gaming Mouse for PC Games M901 Perdition Redragon MMO Mouse LED RGB Wired Gaming Mouse 16400 DPI High-Precision Laser Computer Gaming Mouse with 18 Programmable Buttons (Black)

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REDRAGON was started in 2012 from an existing gaming hardware Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) that opened in 1996. Redragon's aim is to deliver gaming accessories of the highest quality and performance. Our research and development team consists of experts in modeling, structure design,...

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I am a LONGTIME Razer Naga user. I had the first generation Naga a few days after it released back in 2009 and I used it to play WOW for years. I was a hardcore raider back in the day and that mouse got a serious workout. That mouse lasted me for 6 years. Since then I have been through two newer generation Nagas neither of which lasted more than a year before they started glitching out. In less than 2 years they were unusable. I don't bang my mice or abuse my gear, something clearly happened over a Razer as their product quality has completely fallen off. I decided it was time to try something new, and boy am I glad I did. This mouse was FAR less expensive than the comparable naga, it has a much better feel in both texture and size. The side buttons are arranged so they are easy to locate and press. I never get lost clicking the wrong button and my large thumbs have yet to mis-click and hit two buttons at once. In addition this mouse is a far better fit for my hand, and is actually much more comfortable than any of the Naga's have been during long gaming periods. So far I've had ZERO issues and am very pleased with this mouse. If you are looking for an MMO gaming mouse I strongly recommend you spend your money here!
 (+) Fantastic device! I love all of the number keys it has to allow for quick access to abilities in MOBAs and MMORPGs as well as weapon swapping in first person shooters.The software is easy to use, and allows for tons of customization. I really like the fact that you can have custom colors for the LEDs as well.( - ) I would have given this a 5 star, but after only a little over a month of use the mouse wheel started making this weird grinding noise, I'm not rough with my peripherals, so it must be a defective unit, as I did a Google search and haven't found any cases similar to mine, as it's pretty specific.It only grinds for a part of the rotation, and then goes back to moving smooth, and only when I'm scrolling down.This started happening just as the return window ended, which is unfortunate.Otherwise it's a great mouse for the money, just be sure to scrutinize it when you get yours.Edit: Revising to 4 stars. The seller offered me a replacement product which I just received yesterday. It works brilliantly!The reason I'm revising my score to a 4 and not a 5 is this: This is a great high functioning and versatile product that potentially rivals other gaming mice that are of a higher cost (I say potentially because I have no personal experience with the "higher end" products at the time of this review).However, for that reason I imagine more cost effective parts are required to hit the price point, which I imagine is why I had the mouse wheel fail on me in less than 1 month. The product does have an 18 month warranty, and I can still easily recommend this to anyone who needs a mouse that is looking for a gaming mouse.
Purchased February 2016. Still good as new with daily, heavy use in MMO, FPS and RTS. Love the grip which surrounds the black model (white one has a glossy finish). Grip is still clean and looks new other than a small piece wearing away at the left button where the tip of my index finger usually hits, which is totally normal. As long as you keep your hands clean and keep food away from your gear, you are good to go for long term use. Keep lysol wipes handy as gunk will inevitably build up in between the little keys on the side.I have a big hand. Big enough to grip and hold a basketball with one hand. My thumb takes up the whole entire layout where the side buttons are. I can comfortably push them with the tip of my thumb and use the center part of my thumb to hit the keys further down. It's awkward to use the side buttons at first, but it'll be second nature in no time. Just grind away like you usually would and you'll get used to it. The keys aren't just flat. Notice the pattern change between the rows. This makes it SO much easier to access these tiny keys and build them to your muscle memory. The #5 key which is in the center, is the only key to have a small indentation or braille underscore right underneath the number. This will tell your muscle memory that your thumb is at the #5 button, so you can move accordingly.The software that runs with it is easy to use and allows for different profiles. One of my profiles is for web browsing, where I have back and forwards keys set up and one profile is for MMO use, where I have the proper keybinds set up for buttons (1-10, - and =).The lights can be turned off and don't stay on when my pc is off. This depends on your bios settings as well. Turn off the "Power to USB when pc is off" option if your mouse lights up when your pc is off. This setting exists so you can charge your phone or power certain devices while your pc is off.


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Redragon M801 Mammoth 16400 DPI Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse for PC, 9 Programmable Buttons, 5 User Profiles, Weight Tuning, Omron Switches, Black

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Built for gamers: up to 16400 DPI (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400 DPI), 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration and an Avago sensor, Omron micro switches.; 9 programmable buttons, 5 memory profiles each with a dedicated light color for...

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Here's some interesting information that the gaming community needs to know about this mouse, coming from someone with far too much knowledge about gaming mice (and partnerships with the companies that make the laser and optical sensors).First and foremost, these "Cheap Chinese Mice" that get rebranded as MSI, Logitech, and whoever are really the same internals. What it really boils down to are the goodies inside. A mouse is a very simple peripheral that can be put into a few categories, which I will review individually.Switches, Sensor, Driver, Form, Aesthetics, and Other.Switches:This mouse uses really nice Omron switches. When it comes to long-life, good-quality switches, Omron is pretty much the king. Omron makes industrial switches, but also really high performance switches that go into things like gaming mice. These switches have very high precisions of actuation, meaning the amount of force required to press and trigger the switch is very precise. It also means that these mice are going to last through a lot of those games, whether you're playing an FPS or pushing it to the limit in a game like Torchlight.Sensor:There are two reigning champs in sensors. Avago and Philips. Avago makes incredibly good optical sensors and Philips is known best for their dual laser sensors. Both make really great sensors. This mouse has the highest DPI Avago sensor to date, which means that you could crank the DPI to an insane level and have incredibly precise tracking. For things like an FPS, this is pretty important. I want to say that not everyone needs this high DPI. It's just a very nice to have in such a cheap mouse.Driver:Some mice don't have drivers. In fact, most mice are simple HID (Human Interface Devices) and never get anything but a generic driver. So why is there a whole section for drivers? Well it does really matter on a mouse that has a bunch of buttons. These buttons have to be programmed and it matters if this programming is on the mouse or on the computer. Redragon was nice enough to have some onboard storage on the mouse so that when I configure this mouse, I can take it to any computer, plug it in as an HID, and use it with all of my profiles without setting up the driver. Nice! The drivers themselves are really nice, install quickly, save profiles one the mouse, can save them externally, have lots of configuration options. It very will thought out. The RGB lights on the mouse can be custom set, custom DPI modes can be set, every button on the mouse can be rebound to something else. Overall, they did an excellent job and I don't have a single complaint about the drivers.Form:The mouse itself is very ergonomic, whether you're a palm gripper or more of a claw gripper like myself. The side buttons are really nicely placed. For my claw grip, I usually only press the bottom two side buttons and the top one is reserved for some other action I don't want to do on accident. If you're a palm gripper, the middle button is going to line directly up with the ball of your thumb and you're going to have full access to all buttons.The entire mouse is coated in a nice textured polymer that gives an excellent grip. It also gives more feedback for when I'm touching a button, as opposed to the rest of the mouse since they are different textures.The adjustable weights are a very nice touch. I prefer my mouse to be a bit lighter, so I only have 3 of the weights in. Someone who prefers a heavier mouse or who is used to a wireless mouse may want all of the weights in.This mouse also has side rests for my ring and pinky, which I hope is becoming more of a trend. My last mouse also had this, and I'm glad to have another with this form. I do hope there's a lefty version of this mouse, but for someone who's definitely a dedicated righty, it's nice to have a mouse that fits my hand for long use.Aesthetics:I like this little mouse. The red is a nice touch because it does add a splash of color. Being able to change the center "breathing" light color is also very nice for indicating special profiles. The mouse wheel will change color with profiles, the up and down arrows will change colors with DPI switches, and overall I really do like the looks of this mouse. I've never been a huge fan of some mice, namely the R.A.T. and some of the Razer mice, but this one is actually pleasant on my desk. It also has a red braided cable that gives a bit of color all the way back to my computer.Other:There are some things that don't fall into the other categories, so they fall into the "other" category! The USB plug is a bit large. If it's plugging into a laptop, it'll stick out pretty far, but it's nice that it's not going to break off and that it's easy to remove. As mentioned before, the cable is braided, which is really nice. It's not a removable cable. Some people call that a con, I count it as a huge pro because I never want my cable detaching mid game. Redragon was nice enough to send replacement teflon feet for the mouse because they assume you're going to game hard and wear them out. It has an 18 month warranty, which is unusual. It's not long or short, it's just unusual to be a year and a half. They do make other mice, too! If you're looking at mice, look at their other ones, too, you may find one that suits you more. I've actually purchased two mice from them because they suit two purposes. One is an MMO mouse and the other is for FPSs. Overall, I couldn't be more pleased with this find. I do highly recommend this and their other mice because they're really well crafted and well thought out.
PROS:This mouse far surpassed my expectations. It makes my old G5 look like a cheap knockoff.Construction: The material is very similar to the Logitech (a little rough, textured...very grippy without being uncomfortable) and doesn't seem to be a magnet for oils/dirt. The braided cable is very well built, with reinforcement at the mouse end (to prevent it from eventually fraying there from the constant bending, as my G5 eventually did) and USB end. There is also a Velcro strap on the cord for easy storage or just keeping the cable shorter for laptop use. The mouse seems to have very tight tolerances; it doesn't creak when you hold it tightly or flex at all, the button actions are all very crisp and consistent, the mouse wheel is very smooth and has individual clicks when scrolling, and there are 4 well placed "extra" buttons (aside from normal left/right click, mouse wheel, and DPI buttons) that are customizable.Use: It tracks on virtually anything, is nice and slick to move around thanks to the huge Teflon pads (but heavy enough with the included weights to be stable), has a massive range of DPI settings, selectable on the go (5 preprogrammed settings, with total control available in the included software), and overall just feels like a high quality mouse that should be a pleasure to use for years to come.Software: The software is pretty comprehensive. It allows macros to be created/assigned, full control over DPI/lighting (color, speed and flashing or "breathing" intensity)/pointer speed/acceleration/double-click speed/polling rate/etc, has 5 profiles you can customize and load, and is an easy install.CONS:Not much to say here. The software does not include "double-click" as a selectable mouse button function (I like to keep a double-click button assigned for certain games) but you can bypass that with a quick double-click macro. Also, the mouse wheel does not side-scroll, tho personally I don't care either way.CONCLUSION:Awesome product! Would gladly pay full retail for it, and considering I saved over 50% off that, I am looking for a 6th star to rate it with. Highly recommended.
I had been using a Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 for a few years until it started to show sighs of wear and having problems with scrolling. I decided I wanted to upgrade to a mouse more suitable and capable for gaming. I am not a hardcore gamer, but more on the casual side so I did not need anything too extreme. After researching other mice available on the internet, I decided on this one, the Redragon Mammoth. Let me say I have been very happy with this decision.I decided going from wireless to wired again would save me battery costs and performance. Besides the wire on this mouse is not a typical one and makes it easy to identify with all my other computer wires. The mouse has several DPI modes you can switch rather quickly through. Up to 16400 DPI is pretty extreme but hey if that is your thing then go for it! Having said that the range of DPI should satisfied most. The mouse comes with a program that lets you do some customization, both physical and internal. You control the lights breathing or color to your liking. Looks great when the lights are on, and you can leave it like that because you do not need batteries! There is also a weight system in this mouse as well. Again I am just a casual gamer, where 16400 DPI and weights are much more than I need, but having them to try out and get a feel for is certainly a plus.Finally an important point the price. This price is definitely the best out there. For the customizations and capabilities of this mouse the price is very competitive with brands such as Razor. This is a fantastic alternative to brand names and will certainly meet your expectations. Instructions are in English! Give this one a try, I am sure you will be happy!


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Fallout 4 – PC

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Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Fallout 3 and Skyrim, welcomes you to the world of Fallout 4. Winner of more than 50 Game of the Year awards, including top honors at the 2016 D.I.C.E. Awards. Fallout 4 is the studio's most ambitious game ever and the next generation of...

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You'll spend at least 4 hours customizing your character, followed by at least the next 20 building your Sanctuary settlement and then the rest of the game rescuing other settlements. Once you remember that there's more to the game than just rescuing apparently helpless settlers and you abandon what's his name and his band of merry minutemen, that's when the rest of the game really begins and you get an interesting story. Though if you've seen Bladerunner, you'll see that it seems like they took that idea and just went to town with it *cough* I'm looking at you Covenant *cough*. In either case, while I love base building, it seems like it could have been a really awesome, cool, free mod but as paid dlc, just wait for a complete edition, 90% of the dlc is just extra crap to build your bases and 10% additional story. Long gone are the days that we get 4 story driven dlc and I think it'll be incredibly difficult to top the dlc from FONV- Old World Blues. I digress, Fallout 4 is still a very fun game.
2287. The sole survivor of a cryogenic suspension experiment stumbles out of Vault 111 to find their home city of Boston a blasted ruin, devastated in a nuclear war that took place two centuries earlier. The Commonwealth, as the region is now called, is divided between warring factions of raiders and mutants, all living in fear of the Institute and its enigmatic human-like robots, the synths. The sole survivor has to make their way in the world, survive...and find their missing son.Fallout 4 is the fifth main game (and ninth overall) in the Fallout franchise of post-apocalyptic roleplaying games. As with the previous two games in the series (Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas), the game is played from a first-person perspective. You create a character and set out to explore the wasteland. Although there is a main storyline to follow, you are free to ignore it and pursue side-quests, do jobs for various factions or simply explore and scavenge for loot and money. Fallout 4 also introduces the idea of settlement building, allowing you to construct entire new towns and outposts in the wilderness and establish shops, trading links and supply lines between them.This type of gameplay, sometimes called "sandbox" or "open world", has become enormously popular. It gives the player the freedom to decide how to play the game and allows for huge amounts of content. It also personalises the experience: every player may encounter the same enemies and missions, but the order in which they encounter them and the degree to which they vary the story and their own activities will be unique to them. It's also something that Bethesda, who developed both Fallout 3 and Fallout 4 as well as the Elder Scrolls series of fantasy RPGs (their latest of which was the phenomenally popular Skyrim), have struggled to do in a really satisfying manner, especially compared to the team at Black Isle. Black Isle created Fallout, Fallout 2 and, in their current guise as Obsidian, New Vegas.For a very easy review, if you enjoyed Fallout 3, it's very likely you'll enjoy Fallout 4. The game is similar, but the graphics are vastly improved, the settlement-building adds a new dimension to the game, there are a lot more quests, there are more factions with more complex interrelationships and the writing is stronger. The characters in Fallout 4, companions, mission-givers, vendors and random passers-by, are vastly superior to those in the earlier game. Companion characters are also vastly more present. They offer opinions about what's going on, will sometimes join in conversations with important NPCs if they have pertinent information and will interact with you more. Some of them can even be romanced, and all of their have their own personal storyline and missions to fulfil once you've earned their trust. Combat is much more satisfying, with chunkier, more viscerally satisfying first-person shooting and an improved VATs system (which slows time down and allows you to target individual body parts) for more strategically-inclined players. There is a new system for modding armour and weapons, resulting in a truly vast array of weapons and armour to compare and contrast.The art design is also much better, with Boston being a more vibrant location than the burned-out remains of Washington, DC in Fallout 3. The sky is a glorious blue, the water effects are hugely improved (up close, anyway, from a distance or in the air the water looks distinctly odd) and character animation, long Bethesda's sore spot, is much better. For the first time in a Bethesda RPG, all your dialogue is voiced (as both a male and female player). Whilst some may hate this due to how it limits the writing (the need to record dialogue months in advance prevents late changes), others may feel it's more immersive, especially as Bethesda programmed several thousand names into your robot butler so it's possible you may actually get called by your real name (which is a bit weird the first few times it happens).In terms of being a game in which there is absolutely tons to do, Fallout 4 ticks a lot of boxes. It will suck up enormous quantities of time regardless of if you focus on the main quest, the faction missions, random side-quests, combat or on settlement-building. An enormous amount of work went into the game and the attention to detail is sometimes breathtaking, such as the subtly anti-Communist posters dotting the ruins or the stories about ordinary people's lives which were suddenly ended on the day the Great War took place. Interrupted computer logs, skeletons of entire families slumped in front of televisions and hand-written notes subtly tell the story about a nation of individuals who tragically had their lives snatched away from them by politicians and generals in far-off cities.Unfortunately, such subtlety does not extend to the primary game design or the writing of the quests. Bethesda's main achilles heel has always been the fact that, after crafting an amazing open world playground packed with stuff, they then completely fail to craft a reactive narrative that interfaces properly with it. The last time they did do this reasonably well was in Morrowind, released in 2002 (astonishingly, Fallout 4 actually uses the same engine - albeit upgraded - as Morrowind, and the occasionally stodgy movement and awkward area transitions are problems it inherits from it). Since then, their main stories have always been a bit on the tepid side and failed to acknowledge the open world design of the game.This was most notable in Fallout 3, where the final mission of the game required you to enter a radiation-soaked chamber and sacrifice yourself, even if you had a radiation-immune companion with you. Later on they fixed this problem in expansions, but it was a good example of Bethesda's attitude to open world game design, which offers apparently limitless possibilities but boils down to "Save the world as a good guy or save the world as a psychopath."Particularly problematic for Bethesda is that Obsidian showed with New Vegas that, even with the same clunky engine, they could deliver a game rooted in more mature themes which reacted ridiculously well to almost any decision the player could make, down to killing the main bad guy halfway through the plot just because they got a good enough weapon to get through the enemy camp, or rejecting all the options offered by all the factions and conquering the wasteland themselves. Fallout 4, on the other hand, offers only mildly differing finales despite there being four major factions you can align with, in varying degrees of opposition to one another. In fact, there's a rather nasty bug in the endgame which can prevent you from taking one particular faction to victory which is enraging if you've been working with that faction for dozens of hours.This also interacts with the game's second major problem. The Fallout franchise has always been one about choice, about offering the player the option to solve problems through violence, wits, stealth or diplomacy, and facing the full consequences of how such decisions are made. Fallout 3 rolled this back but didn't dispense with it. The fate of the town of Megaton, for example, was well-handled and there were a few quests that could be completed without violence. New Vegas took this to the extreme of allowing you to kill every single person in the game (including vitally important quest-givers) or by allowing you to use your skills and charisma to virtually avoid combat altogether, apart from some forms of wildlife.Fallout 4 has absolutely zero truck with this. Once in a blue moon you may be able to convince an enemy to flee or surrender with a dialogue choice, but it's insanely rare you are even given the option. Otherwise almost every single quest in the game involves slaughtering everything in sight with high-powered weaponry. This leads to repetition: you get given a quest to go somewhere and kill everyone there. Then the next quest tells you to go somewhere else and kill everyone there. And so on and on. When combined with the "streamlined" character levelling system (which now only gives you a single perk point per level, with virtually all of the perks being combat-related), the result is a game that is effectively a first-person shooter with looting, crafting and occasional dialogue choices. It's fun, for a while, but it's not really Fallout.Then there's the third problem, which is a perennial issue with RPGs but Fallout 4 somehow takes it to new extremes. The game's levelling system (which, unlike previous games in the series, is uncapped) is slanted almost preposterously in favour of the player. By the time you hit Level 20, you're capable of taking on anything in the game with no issue. By the time you are Level 40 you're an effectively bullet-proof, radiation-proof demigod, able to walk through storms of bullets almost without harm and capable of one-shotting virtually everything in the game. The game is extremely generous with stimpacks (which replenish health), bobby pins (which act as lockpicks), currency and ammo, especially when you choose feats which make them even easier to find. A well-designed game will usually build to a climax where it presents its greatest challenge to the player in the finale, where they have to use all the skills and tools they have amassed to overcome the enemy. In Fallout 4 the final story missions are an absolute cakewalk with zero threat to the player's life.This leads to an awkward game that, from moment to moment, is often great fun to play. Fallout 4 has a sense of humour to it largely missing from Fallout 3, although not to the riotous extent of the Old World Blues expansion for New Vegas. The game certainly has more personality and flair to it than any previous Bethesda RPG since Morrowind. The combat is great, the settlement-building and equipment modding gives creative players lots to do. The factions are all well-thought-out, and it's a tremendous relief to see the Brotherhood of Steel back to being techno-hoarding fascists rather than the inexplicable white knights they were in the previous game. The new additions to the game, such as the Institute, Minutemen and Railroad, "feel" like Fallout factions. Some of the locations are brilliantly-designed and hauntingly atmospheric. Some of the setpieces, whether designed by the story or encountered randomly, are epic. Some of the questlines, such as ascending a Super Mutant-infested skyscraper in a homage to Die Hard or helping out a crew of robotic pirates trying to convert a 17th Century galleon into a skyship, are original, amusing and memorable.But the feeling remains that Fallout 4 has fallen far short of its potential. The decision to roll back the real roleplaying elements in favour of violence and combat is disappointing, taking away some of the much-vaunted freedom and flexibility of the game. Dialogue is often clunky and filled with infodumps. The game's "big twist" can be guessed within minutes of the start. And, after what can be a tough opening couple of hours, it becomes far, far too easy. Even as recently as Skyrim these problems could perhaps be overlooked due to a lack of real, credible alternatives. But now if you want an open-world game focused on combat, there are the likes of Far Cry 3 (and 4) and Just Cause 3 to consider. If you want an open-world RPG with much, much more emphasis on roleplaying, The Witcher 3 has Fallout 4 pretty handily beaten. More awkwardly, Fallout 4 falls short of the standards set by its immediate predecessor. It looks a heck of a lot uglier and is much less approachable due to a badly-designed opening area, but Fallout: New Vegas has a much more challenging, interesting and original storyline and narrative, offers far more reactivity and adapts to player choices in a more meaningful way than Fallout 4 does.Fallout 4 (****) is definitely a good game. It's fun, it drains away the hours and it proves that Bethesda's game design paradigm, despite its age, is still effective. But it's definitely moving further away from the Fallout notions of freedom and consequence that made the franchise one of the most popular and critically-praised video game series of all time. For a lot of people, this won't matter one jot. For others, it will be a shame to see what could have been the greatest CRPG ever made merely settle for being "pretty good".
This is a good first person shooter, it's a bad RPG. Going into the game expecting an RPG will get you disappointed, expect a FPS you will enjoy it. I was hoping for a deep RPG experience in a post apocalyptic world and I was let down, for that you need to play Wasteland 2 and the upcoming sequal. The fallout world is fun and the atomic age setting is enjoyable but when you actually play the game it gets boring fast.All there is to do is just shoot what's in front of you and cram food down your mouth using the horrible item UI. You can specialize in no one weapon type because the ammo is so spread out and expensive you have to carry one of everything, I literally had to carry one of each weapon type because I was constantly running out of ammo.Also worth noting is the PC version is horribly optimized, I won't go into detail as you can get better details elsewhere online but Witcher 3 has 10x better graphics and runs amazingly smooth on all systems. Fallout 4 will run like crap unless you have a fairly new card.My conclusion: play Wasteland 2


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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – PC

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Winner of Best Action Game at The Game Awards 2017, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed first-person shooter, Wolfenstein: The New Order developed by the award-winning studio MachineGames. An exhilarating adventure brought to life by the...

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My impression of this game is 9/10.The game has annoying launching crash problem.I played this game with desktop PC.In my case, disable "steam overlay while in game option in wolfwenstein2 properties" in steam app,then it solved.The graphic performance is good enough.I played this game with GTX960_GPU, but looks nice, even "low" setting of game graphic option.This game has many of interesting tactical combat option. You can enjoy both of stealth and intense shooter combat. And,it also has funny mini game and challenging contents. Especially, I like enigma puzzle game, and commander hunting. I also like excellent immersive art and nice graphic quality of this game. Many of mechanical object show up in this game, and it has great detail and fine design. At last, about story. Previous wolfenstein has two different story line.In wolfenstein2, you can *choose both of two time line as simulation at the early in game play(*like withcer3 system).You can enjoy both of previous two time line with great character acting cut scene.The story writing is very nice! I enjoyed very much. But...I think,it's a SUPER CRAZY story.It's hilarious. Just don't expect serious story for this game.
About the best FPS I've played in the last 2 years. If you are dissatisfied with COD WW2 try this game, you will not be disappointed.Update: While I still believe this to be one of the best FPS games of recent years, I did encounter a problem. After the final Boss fightwhen I meet up with General the game crashed. File was corrupt so I couldn't reload my progress. My suggestion to other game playersis to make frequent use of the save feature and not depend on auto save.
These games are so much fun, the presentation, over the top story and action are top notch and attention to detail is astounding. Yea there isn't multi-player but thats in most games so you won't miss it much. Like a good book it's over before you know it and leaving you clamoring for more. It remains to be seen whether the DLC will fill that need or we have to wait another couple years for the follow on. If you are still entertained by killing over the top evil baddies (don't think I can even name them here but you know who they are) get the game, been on sale down to $25 since I bought it (full price :P) so it's decent value too. Go get 'em tiger.


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Grand Theft Auto V – PC

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ROCKSTAR GAMES' CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED OPEN WORLD GAME, GRAND THEFT AUTO V, IS COMING TO PC. When a young street hustler, a retired bank robber and a terrifying psychopath find themselves entangled with some of the most frightening and deranged elements of the criminal underworld, the U.S....

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It works very well on my 4-year-old mid-priced PC with its equally old video card.I haven't experienced any bugs, which I worry about when a game designed for consoles is modified for PC.The game is a lot of fun and there are plenty of entertaining things to do other than the publicized "sex 'n' violence": missions, items to find, exploring, and interacting with the various characters. The variety in the gameplay is a plus. It's hard to spend just a short amount of time on the game as most things end up taking at least an hour.
A great game, I bought the physical PC DVD set so installation was not a problem as only people are complaining about. Definitely worth the wait and it is one of the best if not the best port.FX-4100 @4.6ghz8Gigs RAM256GB SSDGigabyte GTX970 G1 Gaming (mixture of very high and ultra settings)Gets about 55FPS, I know once I upgrade my CPU it will run much better. You don't need a crazy system to play this.
I got the game with the disks. I followed every instruction that it provided. But when I go to open the game it says that it's not fully installed and I need a internet connection. I had a eithernet cable hooked up and I re-installed the game 4 more times and downloaded many things manually. STILL didn't work. I have the parts to run the game at ultra above 60fps, but no it didn't want to work.


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PowMax Bluetooth Game Controller, PC Gamepad Joystick With Vibration Feedback for Android Phone/IOS/PC/PlayStation 3(Black)

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  • Brand Name: PowMax
  • Hardware Platform: mac
  • Item Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Package Dimensions: 6.4 x 4.3 x 2.5 inches

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Main Feature: Support for Smart phone,Pad,TV,TV Box with Android Platform 3.0 and Above Easy to operate with a Bluetooth 3.0 connection can be used directly Mobile phone directly connected, no need to ROOT, no need to install the driver Mobile phone supports large games. Classic arcade, GBA, PSP...

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The product is a strong controller it definitely can survive being thrown at a wall twice; when raged in FIFA. The components of the controller have a soft silent click, so when gaming the sounds from the controller don’t distract you. This controller in 2017 is still relevant and is still a number #1 best seller on amazon (in joysticks.)! It just goes to show how many people play Xbox 360 or use this controller for their PC. The setting up on the controller is quick and easy, however, I did struggle setting up on PC. Personally,bought for a long time ,still awesome!
What can I say it's a genuine Xbox 360 wireless controller works great I currently use it for my pc I had previously purchased a wireless Xbox receiver for this controller no drivers needed my windows 7 picked it but downloaded/installed necessary drivers files etc really pleased with the item definitely recommend a wireless over a wired since my previous controllers broke cause the cable would get damaged the price is also reasonable definitely a must buy for anyone wishing to gamepad.
The controls themselves are comfortable and responsive, and the device certainly doesn't feel 'inferior'. We'd definitely recommend.This is second PowMax Wii u controller I've brought now and both work fine admittedly not as good as official but for half the price i can live with that


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GRIM TALES: BLOODY MARY Collectors Edition Hidden Object PC game DVD-ROM + Bonus!

$11.19
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GRIM TALES BLOODY MARY Collectors Edition Hidden Object pc game. Scared by the strand and dangerous events in the boarding house of Blackhill, your niece called to help her out of this cursed place. After moving the old mansion was chosen as a new dwelling for the boarding house, the children as...

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Very interesting plot and good game.
could not get to play
Like it.


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Sudden Strike 4 (PC DVD) – PC

$49.99
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Sudden Strike is back! The beloved Real Time Strategy series returns, this time with bigger battlefields, more units, better graphics, new scenarios and legendary commanders with individual abilities - all of which makes Sudden Strike 4 more tactical and realistic than ever before! Sudden Strike...

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Great game,much better graphics and controls.Loads fast.......If you liked the original game you willCertainly love this one....hope to see expansion packs!
Curser movement is slow otherwise a good game
great game


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KOTION EACH G2000 PC Gaming Headset Over-ear Game Gaming Headphone Headset Earphone Headband with Volume Control with Mic Stereo Bass LED Light for PC,PS4,Xbox One (Black Blue)

$23.60
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KOTION EACH G2000 Gaming Headset HeadbandIntrudution: This KOTION EACH G2000 is a primary kind of gaming headset, which brings you vivid sound field, sound clarity, sound shock feeling, capable of various games. Its super soft Over-ear pads is more comfortable for long time wear, and it is a...

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This headset is so cheap it's unbelievable. That's what you thought when you saw it too, right? Well, no matter how hard I try, the microphone on this thing won't work. It's supposed to work as soon as you set it up after plugging in the 3.5 mm cable, but my computer never sensed a new microphone. Tried plugging in the usb, all it did was turn on the lights. Waste of my money. Receives sound fine, but if you want a gaming headset, look elsewhere.


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EasySMX 2.4G Wireless PS3 Controller, PC Gamepads with Vibration Fire Button range up to 10m Support PC (Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10), PS3, Android, Vista, TV Box Portable Gaming Joystick Handle

$25.99
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【Wide Compatibility】EasySMX Wireless game Controller Supports PC (Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10), PS3, Android, Vista, TV box and Android (version 4.0 or above, the device must fully support OTG function); 【2.4G Wireless Transmission】2.4G Wireless Transmission Technology ensures stable connection and...

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First and foremost, I didn’t not get this controller for free in exchange for a review. Although, I do wish I did.I purchased this after reading dozens of reviews and figured I would give it a shot. I’ve decided to get back into gaming and specifically GTA V to play the mods and I didn’t want to use the keyboard. Having grown up playing Xbox and loving the controller, I purchased this.The controller is extremely responsive. It does vibrate and it’s very noticeable when it does. It requires 2 AA batteries to run and the manual states they will last about 20 hours with vibration mode on. I’m getting fairly close to that number, so we’ll have to see about that. I do recommend using rechargeable batteries.The controller times out after about 3-5 minutes of non use, which is great for battery life. To turn it back on, I just press the button and turns back on immediately.I haven’t tested out the distance, but rumor has it that it’ll work up to about 30 feet (don’t quote me on that).So far, so good with this control and should anything drastic happens, I’ll update ASAP.
A successful model with good build quality, ergonomics, pleasant and clear keystrokes and easy connection to various platforms. Good sticks and crosses.
I dont play video games very often so it would not be accurate to call me a gamer. I use video games to break concentration as a way to be creative. This controller is ergonomically correct and fits in my hands well. The buttons on the right side seem to be in the perfect place. The trigger buttons on the front are easy to reach with fingers. The directional controls or the joysticks seem to be placed in the right spot as well. The battery pack sits in the center of the controller on the back side so the batteries are out of the way. I have gotten good range from this controller at 10 feet in my living room as well as my office.


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