If you opt for the older option, you’ll probably still come away plenty satisfied with what Razer’s last best MMO gaming mouse has to offer.
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Blizzard's most modern expansion yet remains haunted by its past.
The ear-catching premise for Paradise Killer serves as a great litmus test for whether you’re ready to embrace the investigation game's very particular and relentlessly zany charm.
The Razer Huntsman Mini is compact, cutting edge and not all that interested in compromise.
Like the best HyperX products, the Alloy Elite 2 is an excellent gaming peripheral that pushes the conventions in all the right places. It’s a little bit familiar but largely fantastic.
Carrion finds a fresh-yet-familiar kind of fun within the process of translating superficial tropes of the genre into something more tangible and meaty.
Depending on who you ask, Death Stranding is either a work of genius or daunting indulgence. Some might say it’s both.
Ruiner is good on the Switch but that just makes it easier to see how it could have been great.
When I was in high school, Bioshock felt just about as good as AAA gaming could get.
Billed as the fusion of Overwatch and Counter-Strike, the shooter is Riot’s attempt to grow their brand beyond the single fictional setting that all their previous games have been tied to.
Set in a cyberpunk future reeling from the events of an off-screen catastrophe, the first-person photography game tasks you with making both sense, art and money from the world around you.
The joys of Greymoor aren’t found in the destination but in the journey.
X-Bows second ergonomic keyboard improves on the original in almost every way.
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The Elder Scrolls - Blades isn’t what it could be but, now available on Switch, I'd still call it a decent mobile dungeon crawler.
While there’s something to be said for the charm of the unexpected, this really is the cooperative multiplayer Resident Evil experience that nobody was asking for.
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