Last week, the Super Smash Bros. version of the Nintendo 3DS XL appeared in a Walmart advertisement, which said it would be available starting September 19 in the US. Nintendo has confirmed that advertisement with an official announcement today, saying the model will be available next Friday, followed by other editions launching in October and November.
With the slew of PS4 goodies set to arrive in the near future will come the Silver Wired Stereo Headset for the PlayStation 4, a pair of cans retailing for $69.99 USD -- a more budget-friendly option over the Gold Wireless Stereo Headset. Says Sony, the audio offering will launch this fall.
It looks like the Super Smash Bros. Nintendo 3DS XL will be arriving in the US later this month, at least according to a Walmart advertisement that has surfaced showing the device. The ad was posted over on the Blu-ray.com forum, where it shows the device as (soon) being available online and in some stores.
Sony has just finished its pre-Tokyo Game Show conference and it unloaded a ton of things on the press and its users. Well, a ton of games actually. 44 in total. Plus a system update that might thrill gamers who love to customize their pre-gaming experience to death. And an upcoming PS4 limited edition in honor of one of the most iconic RPG monsters of all.
Good Old Games has just let out a flood of announcements that changes the face of the video game distribution service, both literally and figuratively. Starting today, GOG will be selling games in four new currencies that players can choose, plus a rather enticing offer when US dollar and local prices don't match. And quite interestingly, GOG is going beyond selling just games, as it now has a few videos in its catalog. All DRM-Free, of course.
In a world full of threats and rampant government monitoring, it isn't surprising that a game called Global Thermonuclear War would raise a red flag at some point. The somewhat comical part is how it happened -- when the developer's unsuspecting landlord entered to do an inspection and was greeted with a white board containing a diagram for blowing up the eastern US.
Isao Machii, often referred to as a modern-day samurai, is a master swordsman who has wowed enthusiasts in the past with his superhero-like reflexes and sword skills. In his latest video, he has gone a different direction, becoming a real-life Fruit Ninja.
We've seen video game weapons come to life before, but few are as beautiful as the replica of the Borderlands Dahl assault rifle. The weapon clone is the brainchild of Ikkalebob, and with it comes a bit of (non-lethal) functionality. Thanks to a write-up on Instructables, the DIYers among us can make their own.