Best Buy's Flash Sale Includes Deals On Games, PC Accessories, Computers, And More

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Best Buy's Flash Sale Includes Deals On Games, PC Accessories, Computers, And More

If you've been keeping your eyes peeled for deals on gaming computers and accessories, today's a great time to stock up on whatever you need: Best Buy is running a flash sale for today only on some great hardware, including laptops, desktops, TVs, tablets, headphones, keyboards, and way more. Plus, some Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One games are included as part of the sale, as well as Xbox One bundles. The sale ends tonight at 9:59 PM PT / 12:59 AM ET, so these deals will be gone by tomorrow.

PC gamers should definitely check out the discounts on PC accessories, like this Corsair mechanical gaming keyboard with back lighting--it's built with an aircraft-grade aluminum frame to last you for years. It's also $60 off, selling for only $110 now. This Corsair laser gaming mouse has 4.7 stars and over 1,000 reviews--and it's marked down 50% at only $30. Need a new headset you can wear comfortably for hours? The Razer Kraken Pro V2 headset is marked down to $60 and has great sound quality at an affordable price. A couple of Gamdias Talos mid-tower PC cases on on sale too--one with three dual-ring RGB fans that's discounted at $140, and another with two fans you can get for only $75. There are also some gaming chairs available, like this Gamdias Achilles gaming chair that comes in multiple colors--it's $30 off, so you can get it for $240 instead of $270.

Best Buy Just Launched A Flash Sale On Games, PC Accessories, Computers, And More

about X hours ago from
Best Buy Just Launched A Flash Sale On Games, PC Accessories, Computers, And More

If you've been keeping your eyes peeled for deals on gaming computers and accessories, today's a great time to stock up on whatever you need: Best Buy is running a flash sale for today only on some great hardware, including laptops, desktops, TVs, tablets, headphones, keyboards, and way more. Plus, some Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One games are included as part of the sale, as well as Xbox One bundles. The sale ends tonight at 9:59 PM PT / 12:59 AM ET, so these deals will be gone by tomorrow.

PC gamers should definitely check out the discounts on PC accessories, like this Corsair mechanical gaming keyboard with back lighting--it's built with an aircraft-grade aluminum frame to last you for years. It's also $60 off, selling for only $110 now. This Corsair laser gaming mouse has 4.7 stars and over 1,000 reviews--and it's marked down 50% at only $30. Need a new headset you can wear comfortably for hours? The Razer Kraken Pro V2 headset is marked down to $60 and has great sound quality at an affordable price. A couple of Gamdias Talos mid-tower PC cases on on sale too--one with three dual-ring RGB fans that's discounted at $140, and another with two fans you can get for only $75. There are also some gaming chairs available, like this Gamdias Achilles gaming chair that comes in multiple colors--it's $30 off, so you can get it for $240 instead of $270.

Yoshi's Crafted World Review - Thinking Creatively

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Yoshi's Crafted World Review - Thinking Creatively

The diorama-like design of Yoshi's Crafted World falls somewhere between capturing how a child might imagine a world and being a joyful expression of imagination in its own right, with washi tape snails, cardboard cows, and fish made from paper planes set among carefully laid-out stages. Each set of two or three levels introduces a new theme and its own quirks to discover, from the various ways everyday objects are recycled into art to how those crafts might be concealing the collectible you're after. While the best ideas mostly stay in their own levels and don't really build upon themselves or each other, each area is a delight to explore on its own.

Crafted World plays largely like other Yoshi games. You gobble up enemies to get eggs, throw the eggs at stuff, and maybe find some friends and secrets along the way, all with unlimited lives and very little to pressure you. The big change in Crafted World is the addition of a dimension--while you still mostly move left or right in 2D, some paths allow you to move forward or backward onto a separate left-right pathway, and you can throw eggs forward and backward, too. Aiming into the foreground or background shifts the depth of field so you can better see what's around you, with the added effect of making the levels seem even more like 3D, handmade dioramas.

Yoshi's Crafted World Review - Simple Pleasures

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Yoshi's Crafted World Review - Simple Pleasures

The diorama-like design of Yoshi's Crafted World falls somewhere between capturing how a child might imagine a world and being a joyful expression of imagination in its own right, with washi tape snails, cardboard cows, and fish made from paper planes set among carefully laid-out stages. Each set of two or three levels introduces a new theme and its own quirks to discover, from the various ways everyday objects are recycled into art to how those crafts might be concealing the collectible you're after. While the best ideas mostly stay in their own levels and don't really build upon themselves or each other, each area is a delight to explore on its own.

Crafted World plays largely like other Yoshi games. You gobble up enemies to get eggs, throw the eggs at stuff, and maybe find some friends and secrets along the way, all with unlimited lives and very little to pressure you. The big change in Crafted World is the addition of a dimension--while you still mostly move left or right in 2D, some paths allow you to move forward or backward onto a separate left-right pathway, and you can throw eggs forward and backward, too. Aiming into the foreground or background shifts the depth of field so you can better see what's around you, with the added effect of making the levels seem even more like 3D, handmade dioramas.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Release Date Announced For PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood was unveiled at E3 2018, promising a co-op trip through Paris, set in the 1980s. Now, publisher Bethesda has announced the game's release date of July 26.

In addition, the company has revealed more details about its cooperative play. Specifically, it stated those who purchase the deluxe edition can invite one friend at a time to play with them online for no extra cost using the game's Buddy Pass. The chosen friend can download and play as much as they like, for free, as long as they play with the deluxe edition owner. They can then upgrade to the full game to play whenever they like and with friends of their own. Alternatively, if you don't like the thought of playing online with a friend, you can utilise the help of an AI teammate.

The deluxe edition also comes with an array of cosmetic items as part of the Cyborg Skin Pack, while players who pre-order any version of the game will receive a different selection of cosmetics called the Legacy Pack. Pricing for either edition has yet to be announced.

Borderlands 3 Seemingly Confirmed, Watch First Teaser Here

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After numerous teases, Gearbox Software has seemingly announced Borderlands 3 and released a short teaser for the game. While the video, which you can watch below, doesn't outright state it is the third numbered entry in the series, it certainly looks to be an entirely new game in the series. The teaser takes the viewer through a kind of diorama in which characters from the game, and familiar looking enemies from previous entries, are posed in a way that builds intrigue around what the game could be about and also teases some of the high jinks players will get into.

It opens with a shot of Psychos prostrating before a very large gun-wielding character, who himself is flanked by a statue of an angelic figure holding up an upside down version of Borderlands' iconic Vault symbol. As the camera moves seamlessly through and around other scenarios we get to see a dragon, a character shooting from a buggy, a bunch of figures giving each other jumping high-fives, a robot ninja, and plenty undercut swept-over hairstyles.

Borderlands 3 Teaser Trailer Released, PAX East Reveal Looks Likely

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After numerous teases, Gearbox Software has seemingly announced a new Borderlands game is coming to PAX East and released a short teaser trailer for it. While the video, which you can watch above, doesn't outright state it is for Borderlands 3 specifically, it certainly looks to be an entirely new entry in the loot-based shooter series. The teaser, which is titled "Mask of Mayhem," takes the viewer through a kind of diorama in which characters and familiar looking enemies are posed in a way that builds intrigue around what the game could be about. It also teases some of the high jinks players will get into.

It opens with a shot of Psychos prostrating before a very large gun-wielding character, who himself is flanked by a statue of an angelic figure holding an upside down version of Borderlands' iconic Vault symbol. As the camera moves seamlessly through and around other scenarios we get to see a dragon, a character shooting from a buggy, a bunch of figures giving each other jumping high-fives, a robot ninja, and plenty undercut swept-over hairstyles.

As the teaser reaches its conclusion, it pulls out from the madness to reveal that it was all the tapestry on the iconic mask the Psycho enemies wear. Although there's no gameplay, Gearbox is expected to show more of this new Borderlands at its PAX East panel on March 28.

Borderlands 3 Seemingly Confirmed, Watch Teaser Trailer Here

about X hours ago from

After numerous teases, Gearbox Software has seemingly announced a new Borderlands game and released a short teaser trailer for it. While the video, which you can watch above, doesn't outright state it is for Borderlands 3 specifically, it certainly looks to be an entirely new entry in the loot-based shooter series. The teaser, which is titled "Mask of Mayhem," takes the viewer through a kind of diorama in which characters and familiar looking enemies are posed in a way that builds intrigue around what the game could be about. It also teases some of the high jinks players will get into.

It opens with a shot of Psychos prostrating before a very large gun-wielding character, who himself is flanked by a statue of an angelic figure holding an upside down version of Borderlands' iconic Vault symbol. As the camera moves seamlessly through and around other scenarios we get to see a dragon, a character shooting from a buggy, a bunch of figures giving each other jumping high-fives, a robot ninja, and plenty undercut swept-over hairstyles.

Fortnite Patch 8.20 Detailed: Poison Dart Traps, Floor Is Lava LTM, Baller Tweaks, And More

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Epic Games has released Fortnite patch 8.20, making a number of tweaks to how the game plays as well as introducing some new content. The big new feature for the update is a new Limited Time Mode called The Floor is Lava. As you can probably guess, this involves players avoiding rising lava while gathering loot and taking on enemies.

Epic has also introduced the Poison Dart Trap, which can be placed on floors, walls, ceilings. It can be triggered from three grid cells away and, when activated, while fire darts horizontally. Anyone hit by a dart will get damaged over time. The damage is applied directly to health, as poison bypasses shields.

The patch also makes changes to the way the Baller vehicle works and introduces new foraged items, among other tweaks and changes. Take a look at the full patch notes for Battle Royale below. You can head to the official Fortnite website to see how the update changes the Creative mode and Save the World.