The Perfect Gaming Monitor

Posted: October 20, 2011 in Gadgets, Uncategorized

A gaming monitor is what separates the casual players from the hardcore games. Gaming monitors have great resolution and a better response time for perfect inputs. There will be no type of video lag when playing on one. The monitor that is featured on the MLG Pro Circuit is the ASUS VH236H Black 23″ 2ms Full HD Widescreen LCD Monitor w/ Speakers 300 cd/m2 20000. It is the perfect size for competitive gaming because you do not want to be playing on something that is to big.

Here is an interview with wolfkrone, one of the best C.viper players in the world.

Pc or Console

Posted: September 29, 2011 in Uncategorized

The controversy of which platform is better. Is mouse and keyboard better for fps or is a controller. In my opinion its all about console even though I am not against the idea of mouse and keyboard Drop me a comment with your opinion on the matter.

Alex Valle, The SF legend

Posted: September 27, 2011 in Uncategorized

Super Smash was the first fighting game to ever get my attention.  It required fast reflexes, mind games, manual dexterity and of course smarts.  The game entered the MLG Pro Circuit in the 2006 season.  The top players soon rose to the top becoming some of the best players in the community.  I attended the 2006 playoffs in October.  I was with the best players in the world competing.  MLG was one of the best events I ever attended.  There were thousands of people, rows of televisions and loud noises coming from every direction.  Man what a great day.  Now I would like to share one of the most famous clips ever recorded is Smash history.


Gears of War 3

Posted: September 20, 2011 in Uncategorized

If you haven’t picked up your copy of Gow3 something is seriously wrong with you.  I picked up my copy a little after midnight and have played through Act 1 of the campaign.  For those of you who haven’t played it yet, you are in for a real treat.  When I got back to my room I instantly popped in the disc and began to play campaign with 3 other friends.  It took us almost 3 hours to complete Act 1 on Hardcore.  This game is going to be long, but hey I am not complaining.  So far I am enjoying the game and cannot wait to tackle multi-player.  Unfortunately I have class to day and will not be able to play until tonight. 😦

So what are you waiting for? Go buy the damn game!


Tritton Ax 720 Headet Review

Posted: September 15, 2011 in Uncategorized

Hey, guys I have a really cool review for you.

Over the summer a few of my friends decided to start a Halo Reach team to try to break into the MLG Pro circuit.  Our goal is to be a breakout team in the 2012 season.  We want to place at least in the top 16 for the first event.  We have been practicing consistently for the past few months now and we just realized competitive gaming is very hard and stressful.  We played our first gamebattles match on Sunday and we got destroyed.  We lost 3-0, definitely a moral killer.  We continue on, hoping to get that big money sponsorship one day in the future.  I will be using my blog to update anyone who is interested in our triumphs and defeats through video gameplay and commentaries.

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If you would like to check out the Gamebattles and MLG site, click the links for more information!

Event hubs is the place to go for your fighting game fetish.  It includes in depth strategies for games like Street Fighter and Marvel vs Capcom.  With Frame Data, character specific tricks and tutorials you will quickly rise to the top spot on any fighting game leader-board.  So what are you waiting for? Click on the link below and go start some fights.


Viper Gaming

Posted: September 8, 2011 in Uncategorized

Do you want to stay informed about pro gaming and the e-sport world?  Well you have just stumbled across the perfect place for that.  Viper Gaming is here to post about key players in the e-sport world as well as strategies and the technology behind pro gaming.  I want to inform everyone about the pro gaming world and clear up any misconceptions about what pro gaming really is.