Earlier this week, I was hanging out a local New York City neighborhood pub with a couple of friends and the bar started playing Return of the Jedi on one of its televisions, as this bar often does. Now,
The leap to 4K is happening as internet service providers are quietly restricting what customers can download. You might not know it, but there's a good chance your Internet provider added a bandwidth
Here’s how to get that nostalgic look for the game’s hero It’s been part of the look of The Legend of Zelda going way back to the original NES game: a dorky green tunic that protagonist Link somehow manages
Chromebooks are evolving. One of the few kinds of laptop to show strong growth the last couple of years, Google is now looking to move its laptops beyond their traditional role as a quasi-disposable computer.
Soon you could be in bed with a tablet hovering above you. If you're getting ready to spend a weekend in bed avoiding relatives as much as possible, there's no need for you to watch Netflix uncomfortably.
As far as adaptations go, The Legend of Zelda peaked with a questionable cartoon. We’re still holding out hope for a live-action show on Netflix at some point. But absolutely nothing has made us fall in
As a lover of all things gaming, and retro titles in general, the offer to take a look at Pixel Pals was just too appealing. These light-up figurines are full of pixelated glory and feature video game
Gorons IRL It turns out The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild isn’t the only Zelda adventure in the works — Nintendo is also creating a new escape room puzzle game based on the world of Hyrule. Called
While the NES Classic Edition is a cute little console, you are limited to the games installed on it. If you want to play your old carts, then tough luck. Thankfully, the surprisingly awesome Retro Freak
Just looking at Yomawari: Night Alone, a survival horror game available on Steam and PlayStation Vita, it’s hard to imagine how it could be scary. It stars a cute little girl with a big red bow in her
Latest Game Boy Jam delivers big time. Released in 1989, the Game Boy racked up a significant amount of games for a handheld system with four AA batteries, eight bits, no backlight, and an olive green