Hell yes, say most reviewers.
Microsoft doubles down and releases additional “limited” pre-orders.
Game installs look like a no-go.
Bonus points for using dogs and cats harmoniously in the funky breakdown section toward the end of the song.
Nintendo’s Wii U just got $50 cheaper.
It’s the final countdown…
It’s basically a 3DS, minus the 3D and the hinge.
It’s not a game that should be played in real life.
Has Bethesda lost its mind? TIME Tech’s Matt Peckham and Jared Newman debate the company’s upcoming MMO, which costs a one-time fee of $60 and a recurring fee of $15 per month.
Is $199 for Sony’s flagship games handheld cheap enough?
Ten-dollar upgrades might make you press reset on saved games.
Here’s everything we know so far.