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EA Changes its Mind on Nintendo Switch Support

There's some good news for Nintendo recently emerged as the company announced that its level of support for the Nintendo Switch system was going up. Originally pegged as "cautious," it's now gone clear to "bullish", and that likely means more...

Pinball at the Zoo 2017: A Report

It was that special time of year when the annual Pinball at the Zoo event takes place, and once again I was on hand to check out the action. Every year's a little different, and this year was, well, no...

Could Nintendo Have Beaten Notch to the Minecraft Punch?

Minecraft is well known as one of the biggest names in construction kit games out there, and ever since, there have been a multitude of imitators and homages as Minecraft-style elements have even been added to some major triple-A titles...

Mujjo Double-Layered Touchscreen Gloves Review: Welcome For Winter

If the last couple of days haven't driven the point home yet, the point will be driven home conclusively over much of the United States in the next few days. That point is that it's winter in full swing, despite...

Amazon Puts Up Six Figures for Prizes in the Appstore eSports Tournament

For anyone who's ever wondered why eSports these days seems limited to the first-person shooter or the arena battler, there's an event coming up specifically for you. Amazon has set up a $100,000 prize pool for its first-ever Appstore eSports...

Resident Evil VII's Bonuses Ratchet Up the Creepy Factor

I've seen some creepy game-related merchandise before--most of use remember the significant squick factor that came with Dead Island's bikini torso premium--but those bonuses for Resident Evil VII may represent the creepiest bonuses I've seen in some time. How creepy...

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Gaming Headset Review: Nothing But Easy

I have had some noteworthy times with headphones before, but this time, I may have had the easiest time I've ever had with a headset mike thanks to the SteelSeries Arctis 3, one of which the folks at the Max...

Presence Capital's Amitt Mahajan Talks 2017 Market for VR and AR

If you've been looking at the market for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) with the kind of excitement that's warranted for such a huge potential market, then the recent word from Presence Capital's Amitt Mahajan should be welcome....

Pokemon Go's Fate Sagging? Mixed Signs Suggest a Possibility

Pokemon Go, for the last few weeks, has been a cultural phenomenon that's had a hand in everything from increased exercise to armed robbery. Though it hasn't been around that long, it's already showing some unexpected signs of slowdown, yet...

Imitating Pokemon Go Likely Won't Work For You

Right now, Pokemon Go is changing the landscape. A major new gaming presence, one of the first big attempts at augmented reality gaming, a major marketing tool, and a host of other points are driving use of and interest in...

Yantouch Eye Speaker Review: Brilliant in Sound and Color

Anyone who's been reading my review work for a while knows that the greatest thing I can find in a product is versatility. I love it when something does more than one thing and does it well, and the Yantouch...

Meizu M3 Note Review: Smooth But Not Problem-Free

Today we've got something very unusual; our friends out at Proexpo sent out a Meizu M3 Note smartphone for us to review, and it's a Chinese-make device. I've had more than a little history with Chinese devices, and though they...

Getting Drunk on Gaming With Mortal Kombat Beer

There have been, over the years, a variety of unusual gaming tie-ins involving food and drink. From the bizarre to the mundane, from a Super Mario Bros cereal to perhaps one of the strangest new releases: a Mortal Kombat X-themed...

Urbanears Hellas Wireless Headphones: Tough to Use but Worth the Hassle

Urbanears Hellas headphones have one particular advantage for the gamer, in that they're wireless and can work with most any device that offers Bluetooth connectivity. That's both their blessing and their curse, as I recently found out when trying a...

Samson Go Mic Connect Review: Frustrating But Valuable for Game Voice Connections

Gaming, these days, is increasingly marked by voice traffic. From teammates shouting instructions at one another for fire direction to opponents trash-talking one another to even players migrating to YouTube to do "Let's Play" videos. This means that having the...

Brace Your Wallet: Oculus Ready PC Bundles Arrive

The first word about the PCs that will run with the Oculus Rift--and come with the Oculus Rift--are now on hand, and the news is not good for the budget conscious. The "Oculus Ready PCs", as they're known, will be...

CES 2016: SteelSeries' Rival 700 Contains Strange New Feature

It would be easy to forget that the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event is taking place, but with this comes not only a flood of magnificent new consumer gadgets, but also a great new set of items for the gamer...

The Easiest Way to be a WWE Wrestler Ever

Have you ever harbored secret fantasies of being a WWE wrestler? If you have, you're likely not alone, but the thought of bulking up to that degree and learning that much about stunt work and drama likely puts it out...

Upcoming Update to Bolster Xbox One Speed

New word out of Microsoft suggests that some parts of the Xbox One experience are set to make some big strides thanks to an upcoming system update due to hit this November. Indeed, word from Mike Ybarra, who handles engineering...

Blizzard Demonstrates Customer Service Edge With 10-Year Premium

It's hard to believe that World of Warcraft has only recently cleared the 10 year mark of existence with little in the way of upgrades graphically. A whole generation of consoles has come and gone in that time, and for...

Microsoft Arcadia: Microsoft's Streaming Service in the Making?

The competition between Sony and Microsoft has been downright frantic for most of the last year now, and while Sony has been the clear winner for some time now, there are signs that Microsoft is making some gains and posing...
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