Review: February 2011 Archives

Eagle Eye Converter Review

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Penguin United Company: Penguin United
Platform: PlayStation 3


Windows System Requirements: 3 USB Ports, USB Mouse, USB Keyboard, 512 MB RAM, 2 MB HD space, 4x CD ROM drive, Windows XP or more recent operating system

Penguin United's Eagle Eye Converter allows PlayStation 3 gamers to use a conventional USB keyboard and mouse in place of a PlayStation 3 controller. Not only does this allow shooter fans to frag with the precision of their PC counterparts, even genres such as fighting games benefit from the precise key-mapping and macros that can transform a single keystroke into a 15-hit instant kill combo.

ivi.TV Review

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ivi.TV Company: ivi
Platform: Windows, Mac and Linux


Windows System Requirements: 800 MHz Processor, 128 MB RAM, 16-Bit Sound Card, Video Card with 64 MB VRAM, Broadband Internet Connection, Windows XP SP2 or more recent operating system

The future of television is now. Well... to be completely honest, the future of television is in the future, following a long series of complex economic and legal battles. Until that time comes, ivi.TV has a simple, elegant and functional way of viewing television over an internet connection.

SplitFish GameWare Company: SplitFish
Platform: PlayStation 3


Earlier versions of the FragFX controller were purely awesome, filling an enormous gaming-controller void with a controller that mixed the best aspects of PC and console controls. The FragFX line made it possible to play shooters on the PlayStation 3 with the kind of precision that makes games pure pleasure. With the FragFX Shark, SplitFish has released a wireless version of the controller that fixes absolutely all the minor quibbles I had with the earlier controller.

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