With its upgraded display, improved kickstand, and wired internet capabilities, Nintendo’s new Switch (OLED Model) is a compelling alternative to the original Switch. But at $350, is it worth the extra money? And if you already own a Switch or Switch Lite, should you even bother upgrading to an OLED Switch when it launches this October?
Surprise! Nintendo just announced the Switch (OLED Model), an upgraded version of the standard Nintendo Switch with a larger OLED display, improved speakers, a kickstand that doesn’t suck, and several other improvements. Launching at $350 on October 8th, the same day as Metroid Dread, the Switch (OLED Model) looks fantastic. Still, it’s missing some of the rumored features that we were hyped to see.
Ultrawide monitors are often praised for their productivity advantages, but they can be just as great for gaming. Whether it enables you to see a wider field of view or grant tangible gameplay advantages, some PC games support ultrawide screens better than others—here’s just a few.
While the 3D Platformer genre has been dormant for a while, 2017 saw a couple of notable entries. You’re probably familiar with Super Mario Odyssey, but I want to focus on the smaller release today: A Hat in Time—a game that, thanks to updates and DLC, is better today than ever before.
The Sony PlayStation 5 is the company’s most powerful console to date, though there’s still a lack of dedicated PS5 games for the next-gen console. Fortunately, it’s backward compatible with most PS4 games, many of which have seen updates that bring improved graphics and frame rates, along with other enhancements.
Video game storefront Humble Bundle is facing backlash due to an upcoming change in its payment system. Come mid-July, the company says that it will no longer allow customers to donate 100% of their purchase to charity. Humble Bundle will take between 15 and 30% of all revenue generated from sales on its website.
It’s that time of the year again—the 2021 Steam Summer Sale is here! It runs until July 8th, and is the perfect time to pick up amazing games at lower prices. So whether it’s because of the size of the discount, or just how great the game is, here are our 40 favorite deals from this sale.
While 4K Dolby Vision gaming HDR technology is available for the Xbox Series S and X, most gamers don’t have a TV that supports these features. Some new TVs can do 4K 120 Hz, and some can do Dolby Vision, but until today most couldn’t do both.
Got a box or two of your old Game Boy cartridges lying around? Well, thanks to this clever new device—dubbed the GB Operator—it’s time to dust your cartridges off, as the slick adapter lets you play your cherished games right on your computer.
Gaming subscription services can be a great way to play a lot of games for not a lot of money. But with as many options as there now, choices need to be made. So let’s take a deep dive into the world of gaming subscriptions and see how these services stack up against each other, and which one is right for you.