Corsair One gaming PC unveiled with four models: pre-orders are live
Corsair has taken the wraps off its new Corsair One desktop gaming PC, a product that is being offered in four different models with hardware to meet just about any need. The desktop features a futuristic design thanks to its angular chassis and glowing blue LED light strips. Despite the power it packs, Corsair promises its offering is ‘extremely quiet’ … Continue reading...
Super Mario Run for iOS got a HUGE update: Here’s what’s new
Super Mario Run for iOS has been updated to version 2.0, and with the update comes a huge list of new features. The expected minor improvements and small changes aside, those who update will get a greater segment of the game to play even if they haven’t bought it, meaning free players are no longer limited to Toad Rally and … Continue reading...
Adventure Time leads the #tempfreeapps [App Download] list [Late March, 2017]
Today a number of really awesome apps and games have gone from a few dollars on Google Play to free… also on Google Play. This includes such simple future-classics as Peach Icons, and GPS Speed Pro, as well as oddities most haven’t heard of before, like Motorsport Manager. And Adventure Time – it doesn’t even matter which app it is, … Continue reading...
Xbox Games with Gold April lineup revealed: Assassin’s Creed and more
Microsoft has revealed which games its Xbox Live Gold members will be getting in April, and as expected, the titles cover both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles. The games will be available starting on April 1 and running through up to April 30. This is similar to the free games Sony offers to its PlayStation Plus subscribers, a … Continue reading...
Xbox Games with Gold April lineup revealed: Assassin’s Creed and more
Microsoft has revealed which games its Xbox Live Gold members will be getting in April, and as expected, the titles cover both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles. The games will be available starting on April 1 and running through up to April 30. This is similar to the free games Sony offers to its PlayStation Plus subscribers, a … Continue reading...
Shiny Pokemon GO: all the details [UPDATE]
As of mid-day yesterday, Shiny Pokemon GO monster are live – they’re out there, released, in the wild! Today we’re getting down to brass tacks on all the details that are available in the game – in the code – and in the mix for the near future. Users will be able to participate in the Shiny Pokemon GO madness … Continue reading...
Nintendo Switch Joy-con woes fixed with tiny conductive foam
The Nintendo Switch might not have gained a perfect score, but reception has mostly been positive. The most glaring problem, perhaps, is the connectivity issue that plagued some Joy-con controllers. Nintendo has so far demonstrated it skills at downplaying the problem but it might silently already have a fix ready, as well as new Joy-con SKUs. And apparently, that fix … Continue reading...
GOG Galaxy goes out of beta, adds cloud saving
When it comes to digital distribution of PC games, Steam is undoubtedly the most well-known name, though some, like EA, have their own stores and distribution systems. Steam, however, is hardly the only game in town, especially when it comes to older titles. That’s where GOG, formerly “Good Old Games”, comes in. With GOG Galaxy, however, it is becoming more … Continue reading...
Super Mario Run for Android arrives on Google Play a day early
Super Mario Run arrived first for iOS and Android users were, to put it mildly, upset about that. The hype has died down, the reviews are in, and people have generally moved on with their lives. What better time, then, to release the Android version? You can now download Super Mario Run from the Google Play store. Nintendo, it turns … Continue reading...
Nintendo blames Switch Joy-Con issue on ‘manufacturing variation,’ offers fix
 Nintendo’s latest console, the Switch, has been received quite favorably by us and others (having one of the best games ever on it helped) — but one recurring complaint concerned the Joy-Con L, or left controller, as everyone else calls it. Interruptions in the wireless signal were rare for me but more common for others, and Nintendo has finally acknowledged the problem as a… Read More ...
Nintendo blames Switch Joy-Con issue on ‘manufacturing variation,’ offers fix
 Nintendo’s latest console, the Switch, has been received quite favorably by us and others (having one of the best games ever on it helped) — but one recurring complaint concerned the Joy-Con L, or left controller, as everyone else calls it. Interruptions in the wireless signal were rare for me but more common for others, and Nintendo has finally acknowledged the problem as a… Read More ...
Man uses Raspberry Pi to turn car into Mario Kart 64 controller
One Chevy Volt owner has gotten creative with his car, using a variety of tech and a bit of know-how to turn the vehicle into a big, expensive controller for Mario Kart 64. The entire creation involves a Raspberry Pi connected to a laptop running an emulator, as well as to the car’s OBD-II port. Everything runs perfectly, though controlling … Continue reading...
A new way to get Special Items in Pokemon GO, guaranteed
This morning the folks at Niantic responsible for developing Pokemon GO have made one big change to Evolution Items. Also known as “Special Items” in the game, Evolution Items are a series of special items that only drop very rarely in the game from Pokestops. Or at least they were very rare in the past. Now they’ll be dropping one … Continue reading...
The most common issues plaguing the Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is a fantastic console, but it still suffers from its share of technical issues that can ruin the fun. Here are some of the most common problems, as well as steps you can take to fix them. The post The most common issues plaguing the Nintendo Switch appeared first on Digital Trends.
The most common issues plaguing the Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is a fantastic console, but it still suffers from its share of technical issues that can ruin the fun. Here are some of the most common problems, as well as steps you can take to fix them. The post The most common issues plaguing the Nintendo Switch appeared first on Digital Trends.
First ‘Halo Wars 2’ DLC announced, plans confirmed for monthly packs
The first of many DLC characters has been released for Halo Wars 2 and with it comes a fierce new ally named Lt. Colonel Morgan Kinsano. With her comes an army of incendiary units and game-changing abilities. The post First ‘Halo Wars 2’ DLC announced, plans confirmed for monthly packs appeared first on Digital Trends.
Dolphin Wii emulator now lets you buy games from Nintendo online shop
Gaming emulators are a tricky subject, wading through murky gray legal waters. It’s even trickier when it comes to trying to actually play legally acquired games, most of which are now available digitally and sold through very specific and proprietary channels. Such is the case, for example, of Wii titles available from Nintendo’s Wii Shop Channel. Fortunately for emulation gamers, … Continue reading...
Nintendo Switch would have run Android, Cyanogen refused
There’s a rather harsh saying that goes “beggars can’t be choosers”. Apparently, that doesn’t apply to Cyanogen, Inc. The once esteemed startup has practically descended into ignominy, which effectively ended up killing the most popular Android ROM in the market. You would think that company would jump at the prospect of having its CyanogenOS powering what is now the most … Continue reading...
Xbox Wireless Controller Tech Series arrives in April with ‘Recon’
Microsoft has taken the wraps off a new lineup of Xbox One controllers, the ‘Tech Series.’ The first controllers launched under this series will arrive next month bearing the name ‘Recon Tech Special Edition,’ and as that name suggests, the controller has a distinct military style. This new product line arrives ahead of the Project Scorpio console slated to launch … Continue reading...
Eevee evolution Pokemon GO update: a time to start over again
Today’s news update to Pokemon GO has to do with the way powers are handled for a variety of monsters, including Eevee. Espeon and Umbreon might not be the best evolutions available for this always-catch-friendly Pokemon. Instead, the other three – original evolutions – of Eevee might end up being a whole lot more useful to the everyday player. For … Continue reading...