Recap of E3 2013

Bloody gaming mice have metal ‘feet’ designed to last 300 Kilometers of mouse distance, versus 3 Kilometers for typical Teflon feet used on most gaming mice. …
  • Bloody Unveils New Multi-core Gaming Mouse

    The Bloody Ultra Core3 gaming mouse features A4TECH’s PinPoint Optic technology, equalizing the gaming play field against skilled opponents in just moments! …
  • “Product Review - Bloody USA Metal Feet”

    They advertise that their mouse has 0 latency and that “you’ll never miss a shot,” even on their wireless version. Mouses aren’t something I really think about when playing games, I just sort of grab one and start clicking, but I was quite impressed with what the V7 had to offer. They let me demo the product while playing Borderlands 2, and I quickly found myself using many of the features of the mouse and changing my gameplay style. I’m not a fan of inaccurate guns like assault rifles, but the mouse compensated a great deal for me and I found assault rifles to be suddenly much more fun …
  • “E3 First Look: Bloody Gaming Peripherals”

    The big selling point on the V series seems to be the metal mouse feet, in lieu of a using a plastic compound. The metal feet will last through 300km of use, which seems absurdly high, especially compared to the 3km Bloody rates normal plastic mice feet at. …
  • “Bloody 2 Multi-Core Gaming Mouse V7 Review”

    I've used quite a few gaming mice over the years from a variety of manufacturers. They all sport high DPI, multiple customizable buttons, macro generating software, and of course unique shapes and styles. While I always felt they helped in some way, I never felt they made me better at a game. The Bloody just might just change …
  • “Multi-Core Gun3 Gaming Mouse V7 Review”

    Needless to say, I quite enjoyed my experience with this mouse. I'll begin with the first thing you'll notice when you take a look at the Gun3: the appearance. There is no doubting that this is a sharp looking peripheral: Sleek, matte black surface with red highlights. It is without a doubt a "Gamer" mouse. When I plugged it in, I found the glowing LED on the palm-rest to be a nice touch as well. …
  • “A4tech Ultra Core 3 Gun 3 Gaming mouse”

    Without delving into the minutia of setting up the Macros, everything worked perfectly fine. I’m not sure if it made me a better gamer or not, but it did make life a little easier and had a better response rate than my standard mouse. Again, the comfort level of the mouse may have helped more than the software enhancements …
  • “A4TECH V3 Bloody Gun3 Gaming Mouse review”

    Overall, the A4TECH V3 Bloody Gun3 Gaming Mouse seems like a solid piece of kit with some interesting features. I’m not sure I’m a fan of the idea of paid DLC for peripherals, but the device is still pretty nice for the price even without the extra features. Actually, when I compare it to the last gaming mouse I reviewed, I’d say this thing is a steal. …