Today’s best console deals are nothing if not unique. If you’re interested in an Xbox One, this Gears of War Bundle comes with a free bonus Halo gamepad and a copy of Far Cry Primal, for some reason. If you’d prefer a PS4, this Star Wars Battlefront bundle costs $50 more than usual, but it comes with a Sphero BB-8 droid toy, which is a $140 value on its own.
Who needs guns in a video game when you can tame and command bears and saber-toothed tigers to kill for you? That’s what I’ve been doing in Far Cry Primal, though there’s something to be said for just stopping and petting these furry four-legged instruments of death.
Making a game usually requires a lot of time, money, and sacrifice from game developers. Lots of players are aware of this, but every once in a while, it’s nice to get a reminder of the work involved bringing our favorite games to life.
Bernie Sanders will try to dent Hillary Clinton's momentum Tuesday at a CNN Democratic town hall meeting, as he faces pressure to change the dynamics of a presidential race that is starting to trend against him.
Most gaming mice look like futuristic EMP grenades or robotic pets, but Razer’s DeathAdder became one of your favorite gaming mice by keeping things clean and simple. If you want to try it out, Amazon’s marked the color-changing Chroma model down to $54 today, the best price they’ve listed since the holidays. [Razer DeathAdder Chroma, $54]
It’s hard to tell, while playing the newly released Mega Man Legacy Collection for 3DS, whether the constant framerate drops are a new problem or an old problem. It’s easy to look past them, though, because Mega Man.
The humble microwave is like an Atomic Age dream that actually came true: In the kitchen of the future, you’ll make fully cooked meals in minutes! And the versatile device can do more than just heat your leftovers. Today we’re testing some cooking tips that can put your microwave to use beyond reheating last night’s pizza.
Bernie Sanders' campaign will clarify an incorrect fundraising email they sent Tuesday morning that claimed Hillary Clinton's campaign was charging "some donors" $27,000 to attend a fundraiser in Los Angeles on Monday night.
At CNN's South Carolina Democratic town hall in South Carolina Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton dropped her attacks on Bernie Sanders and focused instead on the stories of the audience -- families of gun violence victims, students who owe tens of thousands of dollars in loans and a young woman concerned about racism.
Earlier this month, famed YouTuber Pewdiepie (aka Felix Kjellberg) appeared on Conan to promote his new show. After the interview, Conan filmed a “Clueless Gamer” segment, which aired tonight. It was okay, but not great.
We're politics heavy this morning because that's where the action was. BTW, did you know we have an all-politics, all-the-time newsletter? You should subscribe -- after you read this of course. (We have a nice little bit about grasshopper pasta.)
I’ve been playing Fire Emblem ever since I first got my hands on Fire Emblem: The Sword of Flame, (or just “Fire Emblem” for us Westerners) on the Game Boy Advance in 2003. I am a massive fan of the series, and often contemplate throwing down $80 on Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon just so I can say I’ve played it. Lately however, I’m having an internal power struggle with one of the game’s main features: permadeath.