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Red Dead Redemption 2 Collector’s Box Packed with Goodies, but No Game

Red Dead Redemption 2 Collector’s Box Packed with Goodies, but No Game
It’s been a long wait for fans, but Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally the way. Pre-order bonuses and various editions of the game will be available when the game launches this October, but right now our attention is squarely focused on this Collector’s Box that gives you various a bunch of limited-edition goodies.

Fan Recreates Dark Souls in LEGO Worlds

Fan Recreates Dark Souls in LEGO Worlds
Over the years, the Dark Souls franchise has gained a pretty big following. One Dark Souls fan is obsessed enough that he has recreated Firelink Shrine as a scene within LEGO Worlds. Yes, it is as awesome as it sounds.
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Fallout 76 Teaser Trailer: The Official Vault of the Tricentennial

Fallout 76 Teaser Trailer: The Official Vault of the Tricentennial
This is the best news I’ve heard all day. A new Fallout game is coming! It all started with a livestream on Twitch that was a video of a Vault Boy bobblehead in front of a screen that featured Fallout’s “Please Stand By” alert.

Rick and Morty Creator Selling Customized Legend of Zelda 3DS

Rick and Morty Creator Selling Customized Legend of Zelda 3DS
Rick and Morty fans will probably recall the episode called “Total Rickall.” During one scene,  Rick hatches a plan to buy limited-edition Legend of Zelda 3DS consoles from Walmart for $149, then get a $50 gift card, and sell them for $230 to get rich.

Breath of the Wild Bow and Arrow Replica Set: A Link to Your Wallet

Breath of the Wild Bow and Arrow Replica Set: A Link to Your Wallet
It’s safe to say that Nintendo’s Switch has been a wild success, and one of the games that they can thank for that is Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This is probably one of the biggest and most popular Legend of Zelda games ever.

Scuf Vantage PS4 Controller Lets Players Customize to Their Heart’s Content

Scuf Vantage PS4 Controller Lets Players Customize to Their Heart’s Content
The PlayStation 4 is getting a new officially-licensed controller, with a shape is closer to an Xbox One controller rather than the familiar DualShock that fans know. The Vantage controller from Scuf Gaming offers many customization possibilities, and looks like a great option for PS4 players looking to get more out of their joysticks.

This is What a $30,000 Computer Gaming Rig Looks Like

This is What a $30,000 Computer Gaming Rig Looks Like
Some people have some crazy computer gaming rigs, but this guy takes the cake. In this recent video, Lewis Hilsenteger of Unbox Therapy demonstrates his crazy computer gaming rig valued at over $30,000. It’s more like bragging.

POP! Alien Video Game 8-bit Action Figure is Pixel-tastic

POP! Alien Video Game 8-bit Action Figure is Pixel-tastic
Back in the ’90s, a video game based on the Alien movie franchise was launched, and it was cool. Notably, the Xenomorph character was pixelated like many games of that era. The game is sort of a cult classic, and to celebrate its fandom, Entertainment Earth has an exclusive pixel-art Xenomorph action figure.

NES Classic Edition Re-Release Date Announced

NES Classic Edition Re-Release Date Announced
If you were like me, and not happy with Nintendo when it discontinued the NES Classic Edition, you will be glad to hear this news. The Japanese video game maker has announced that the miniature 8-bit system will be back on June 29, 2018.

Myst 25th Anniversary Collection is Probably as Infuriating as it Used to Be

Myst 25th Anniversary Collection is Probably as Infuriating as it Used to Be
Way back in the day, I went straight from high school to college into a medical program that saw me going from a broke high-school student to 19-year-old with an actual career making good money. The very first thing I bought with my very first paycheck was a 3DO game system and a copy of Myst.

Feel VR Force Feedback Racing Wheel Promises Serious Immersion

Feel VR Force Feedback Racing Wheel Promises Serious Immersion
If you’re a fan of PC or console racing simulation games like rFactor and you want to make the game as realistic as possible, you need a good racing wheel and pedals. More specifically, you need a force feedback racing wheel, so you can feel what your VR car is doing.

This Mario Question Mark Block Shoots Coins

This Mario Question Mark Block Shoots Coins
How do you think Mario got so rich? I know, it’s not so simple in our world. We don’t have blocks that give us coins when we hit them. Actually, yes we do. If times are tough and you could use a little boost in your finances, just bonk your head against this Mario block.

Official SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis) Mini is Coming

Official SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis) Mini is Coming
Nintendo has had a lot of demand for their mini consoles, so now it is SEGA’s turn to take our money by hitting us right in the nostalgia. That said, the company has announced the Mega Drive Mini.

Guy Mods Rowing Machine, Forcing Kids to Exercise While Playing Video Games

Guy Mods Rowing Machine, Forcing Kids to Exercise While Playing Video Games
Do your kids sit around on the couch all day playing video games? That’s no way to stay in shape. Jeremy Fielding came up with a solution to the problem, by modding an old rowing machine so it must be constantly used in order for his kids’ Wii to be played.

You Need These LEGO Accessories For Your Nintendo Switch

You Need These LEGO Accessories For Your Nintendo Switch
Nintendo’s upcoming Labo accessories for the Switch should be a hit with fans since they’ll introduces some unique gameplay mechanisms. The problem is that at $70 to $80 per kit, they’re pricey. That’s a lot to pay for cardboard.

The Oregon Trail Gets a Dedicated Handheld Edition

The Oregon Trail Gets a Dedicated Handheld Edition
Hey, kids! Now you can die of dysentery any time and any place! Thanks to Basic Fun, we now have a handheld version of Brøderbund’s classic 1980s survival simulation game, The Oregon Trail. The handheld version features a case and buttons inspired by the beige cases of 1980s computers, and offers up a complete version of the game you can play anywhere you’d like.
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