Razer's Fourth of July deals include a 35% off markdown on its Thresher headset for PS4, which will also work with PC and Xbox One. While the Thresher isn't the best gaming headset on the market, it's a great budget choice that's even more worth it for just 85 bucks (normally $130). You have the option to use it wired or wirelessly, and it has lightweight memory foam ear cushions for comfort. … [Read more...] about Best Fourth Of July Deals: Games, Laptops, 4K TVs, And More
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Logitech's G502 Hero wired gaming mouse is always a popular option for PC gamers, which is clear from its five-star rating and over 1,600 reviews at Best Buy alone. Plus, you can't beat its current price of $30; the G502 is normally priced at $80. It delivers precision tracking up to 16,000 DPI, 11 programmable buttons, and five different weights so you can personalize the mouse's weight to your liking. … [Read more...] about Best Fourth Of July Deals Live Now: Games, Laptops, 4K TVs, And More
"Ultimately, the success of Partners and streamers on Mixer is dependent on our ability to scale the platform for them as quickly and broadly as possible," reads an email from Microsoft. "It became clear that the time needed to grow our own livestreaming community to scale was out of measure with the vision and experiences that Microsoft and Xbox want to deliver for gamers now, so we’ve decided to close the operations side of Mixer and help the community transition to a new platform." … [Read more...] about Mixer is shutting down, Microsoft partnering with Facebook Gaming
I can't help but compare Artifact to Magic, which seems like its real competitor—I'm not sure Artifact was ever really competing with Hearthstone. Hearthstone is a very effective machine for churning out jaded ex-Hearthstone players who want something different and are fed up with whatever Blizzard's last alienating move was. Those people should be an ideal audience for Artifact, except now they have Legends of Runeterra to play, as well as all the previous competitors like Gwent and Shadowverse and so on. When Artifact 2.0 launches it may well be into an even more crowded genre than its first release. … [Read more...] about Artifact 2.0 is less complicated, but is it a better game?
For reviews, we've got two competitive hero shooters in the mix, Amazon's Crucible and Riot's Valorant, with Deep Rock Galactic in the middle so they will behave and not brawl it out. We also have reviews for Maneater, Monster Train, and Minecraft Dungeons. … [Read more...] about PC Gamer UK August issue: Escape Your World