The new Xbox has the “One” moniker for a reason. It’s meant to be the “One” media box in your living room that controls most everything. You have to relinquish control to the Xbox One to fully take advantage of all it has to offer. It wants to be your gaming console, cable box, remote control receiver, Blu-ray player and digital media provider.
It’s here at long last. The release of the Xbox One officially brings us into the next-generation of gaming. Microsoft has already sold over a million units so far and we’re barely on the third day of its worldwide release. There are sure to be plenty more consoles in homes as the holiday season draws near. If you’re curious as to what you’re going to get when you open up the big square box that contains the Xbox One, check out our unboxing video of the Day One Edition.
Gaming is an expensive hobby. New console games average price is $59.99 each, and you can’t even look at a new console unless you’re willing to invest $200. A $399.99 investment in a is a leap of faith on the part of the consumer. After all, there are only 23 launch games, most of which more »
Forget those fancy-shmancy, new, next-gen consoles. Forget them, I say! This year, give your loved one the gift of retro with a RetroN Retro Nintendo Gamer Bundle. Think of it as a way to revive the glory days of the old Nintendo, with a bundle that includes a system, controller and two games. Especially since more »
With all the Black Friday 2013 ads showing up online, you’d think it was the biggest shopping weekend of the year already. It’s not, of course, but the appearance of the officially released Walmart ad and Best Buy ad has really kicked things off. It’s happening, it’s real, and apparently Thanksgiving is the new Black more »
The Black Friday 2013 ad roll out continues. We’ve seen the Toys R Us, Meijer, and GameStop ads, and now we’ve got the Target ad to go through as well. Just a few days after the store started revealing some of its Black Friday doorbusters on Facebook, the full Target ad has appeared online. But more »
Ready for another Black Friday sale alert? The Meijer ad for 2013 is out. It’s big. So big that there are actually two ads. There’s a Meijer ad for a Thanksgiving Day sale on November 28, 2013, with a sale that starts at 6am. Then, there’s the Black Friday Meijer ad, which also takes effect more »
Leave it to to prove to us that the Xbox 360 is all we need right now, and the Xbox One is something we can leave for the future. Today, Amazon’s Gold Box doesn’t just have a Deal of the Day, it has a bonus, additional deal. You can get a fantastic Xbox 360 Holiday more »
We just got an awesome here in the United States, and that’s wonderful. It’s a great big box of joy, complete with special GamePad with Zelda designs. Any potential Wii U owner would be happy with it. Yet, despite that, I think there are going to be people who will be jealous of Europe’s three, more »
It was a good day for a Nintendo Direct today. Did you catch it? Don’t worry. I did, and I’m here to share everything that happened during that half hour presentation. You’ll be caught up before you know it. For example, see that picture up there? That’s a screen grab I took during the Nintendo more »
First it was SteamOS, then it was Steam machines. Today, Valve announced the third piece of its plan to enter the living room in a meaningful way. Say hello to the Steam Controller. This controller will be compatible with any Steam machine and with the Steam software itself. It’s somewhat of a strange device that more »
I’m going to go ahead and be honest with you. Activision’s PR department made this awesome Skylanders Giants infographic to go along with the announcement that the games and figures are making the company boatloads of money, and I wanted to share it. I figured, what better way to do so than to actually report more »