Cloud gaming is all the rage because you can play some of the most graphics-demanding games without worrying if your hardware, such as your smartphone, is up to the task. As long you have a strong and fast internet connection, you are good. But, if for some reason, you prefer to have a dedicated device …
Keeping a virtual pet monster has surely come a long way since Digital Monster aka Digimon was introduced in 1997. For those who don’t know, Digital Monster was like Tamagotchi but more macho. Well, kind of. It was less adorable because you gotta prep your beast for battles with others’ pet monsters. And fighting ain’t …
There are gamers who feel nostalgic about the Nintendo DS and then there is a gamer who feels nostalgic, looked at his Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and thought: it can work as a DS substitute!
Whether or not you are a geek, you may find transparent gadgets have a, strange, mysterious draw to them. It is perhaps because of this strange magnetism for see-through products that dbrand x JerryRigEverything Teardown Skins exists.
The promised launch date has fallen behind for a year now, but Playdate handheld gaming system is finally available to pre-order. It looks like not only it has been delayed, it is also more expensive than previously announced. It is now US$179 a pop.
Valve, the American video game software company best known for video games like Half-Life and Portal, and PC video game distribution platform, Steam, has just delight the video game world with a new hardware. No, it’s not another Steam PC. It is a handheld gaming console aka portable gaming device.
Fans of the original Jurassic Park are going to be pleased to hear that there are two new games based on the 1993’s hit movie from Hasbro. The first is Monopoly: Jurassic Park and the second product is Tiger Electronics Jurassic Park LCD Video Game.
This Nintendo 64 Portable by GmanModz may not be the smaller than the finger-sized microByte, but it sure is the smallest portable gaming device that fits a full-sized Nintendo 64 cartridge.
This one goes out to folks who can’t get enough of retro games. What you see here is an upcoming handheld retro gaming console called microByte. The device will let you play games from NES, GameBoy, GameBoy Color, Game Gear, and Sega Master System.
Never mind if Digimon is a distance memory for you because, the wave 3 of Digimon devices from Bandai will sure to flood you with a sense of nostalgia. The Digimon DigiVice from the 90s is back, but now in a choice of brightly colored and texture finishes.