Foam mattresses are all the rage in the world of bedding right now. And while most of the space-age claims of fancy commercials are suspect at best, there’s no denying that a lot of people like them. Luckily you don’t need to spend a fortune to get one on your bed.
Bigger isn’t always better. But in the case of mouse pads, it usually is. That’s even more true if you want a huge surface across your entire desk for fast, gaming-grade mice, as in MOBA or strategy games. Here are the best that we’ve found.
Nintendo proved over and over that you can make money on re-releasing old games. Sony likes money. So now we get the PlayStation Classic with 20 games for $99, coming this December.
At this point, the mini game console is so common that you probably know the drill. The PlayStation Classic looks just like the original gray PlayStation, but smaller. 45% smaller, according to Sony. It will come with not one but two controllers, which is a nice gesture since the console will cost $99. Nintendo’s most expensive classic console competitor tops out at $80, so Sony’s entry definitely feels on the pricey side.
The console will come with 20 built in games, but so far we only know five of them, including the following:
Final Fantasy VII
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The presence of Final Fantasy VII on the list alone might go a way towards explaining the high price point. See, Nintendo owns a lot of its games that end up in the mini console, but Sony has to license a lot of games, which can drive up the price. In fact, the full list of games might not even be finalized just yet.
We’ll find out the other 15 games that will show up on the console before long, though. The console will come out December 3rd, just in time for the holiday season rush.
Packing cubes may seem like a redundant addition to your suitcase or carry-on bag, but they’re actually fantastic tools for organizing and economizing your luggage. Why not make travel easier with an affordable set of packing cubes?
With a new Smash Bros fast approaching, Nintendo has made sure to make its classic Melee-era Gamecube controllers available to Switch-totting purists. But unfortunately, they’re all wired, despite Nintendo offering wireless controllers on the Gamecube in 2002. PowerA has a solution.
The way we shop for things changes once kids come into the picture—it’s no longer just about what we need or want, but what’s best for them too. TV is not exception, as they need age-appropriate content, too. Here’s our top picks for kid-friendly TV streaming services.