GameStop’s stock has fallen by 40 percent this week after its Q1 earnings call. Investors were not satisfied with the company’s financials or its plans for recovery.
With these, you can load games faster, stream to your TV, control more comfortably, and even jump into virtual reality. And if you’re just on the lookout for gift ideas, this gear will serve the PC enthusiast in your life very well.
Nintendo is looking into persistent disconnect issues with its left Joy-Con controller, but the company is still saying that failure rates are within expected levels.
Nearly two years after the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft has finally gotten around to releasing a USB dongle that allows for its controller to be used wirelessly with Windows PCs. So, is it finally time to step up to an Xbox One controller?
Earlier today, Oculus held a press conference in advance of next week’s massive E3 gaming event. This awkward one-hour stage show was spent discussing the minute details that differentiate the final hardware from the prototypes. More interesting is that Oculus has decided to partner with Microsoft.
The PS4’s controller is recognized by Windows right out of the box, but existing games don’t automatically work with the gamepad. Here’s how to fix that.
Today, let’s take a look at eight of the very best ways to enhance your time spent gaming in 2015. Whether you have $5 or $500 to spend, there’s something here for everyone.
This whacky controller is designed to transform into numerous configurations to fit your gaming needs — and costs $300.
Since the Xbox One was revealed last May, Microsoft has made some major course corrections. The draconian always-online requirements were scrapped, and the execution of used game dealers was stayed, but a number of serious issues still plague the Xbox One. Worst of them all, Microsoft is demanding launch parity for ID@Xbox titles. Because of this short-sighted policy, many notable indie devs are steering clear of the Xbox One completely.
After months of speculation, Amazon has finally announced its plans for a set-top box designed to stream Amazon Prime video. At its living-room-themed press event in New York, the Seattle company unveiled its plans for its very own $99 Android-based set-top box called the FireTV. Best of all, it’s shipping today.