Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is now moonlighting as a Mario impersonator. In Super Bernie World, the senator has to travel across 11 states and liberate his country from the Republicans, all while consuming large amounts of Vermont cheddar cheese.
We have mostly high praise for Logitech's G502 Hero. Like the Lightspeed Wireless model that we anointed the best gaming mouse, the scroll wheel on the Hero model is utterly fantastic, though also prone to sparking debates on free-wheeling vs. stepped scrolling. You can have both with the G502 Hero, and for only $27.99 right now.
Activision has finally revealed Call of Duty: Warzone, the free-to-play battle royale. As we learned from leaks and can now confirm, it's a standalone battle royale rather than a mode attached to Modern Warfare. Give the trailer a watch above, and then take it for a spin tomorrow.
I can only imagine how frustrated some Radeon graphics card owners must be as they have persistent black screen issues, which seem to mostly affect the Radeon RX 5700 XT and 5700. AMD has been working to squash the various black screen bugs, several of which were included in its most recent driver update, and is now asking for Radeon owners who are still have problems to let the company know directly rather than venting on Reddit (or in addition to).
It looks like Acer is getting ready to release a pair of Predator gaming monitors that mate a fast 240Hz refresh rate to an IPS screen. The combination of this much speed and IPS color quality is rare in the monitor space, with only a small handful of IPS models capable of refreshing the screen at 240Hz. A few years ago, 144Hz IPS panels were a big breakthrough.
Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge's red band trailer doesn't hold back. The animated feature is due out on April 12, and unlike the '90s cartoon, nothing has been toned down. Even the grotesque x-ray moves make an appearance. Traumatise yourself above.
Team17 is bringing back its wriggly warriors for another round of invertebrate murder this year. The first teaser, above, doesn't show off any of the new game, but it does hint at big changes on the horizon.
Shenmue 3's third piece of DLC will be appearing soon, on March 17, letting Ryo take a wee break on a flashy cruise ship. It's moored in Niaowu Harbour, so you won't be doing any nautical sightseeing, but you will be able to waste your cash on some minigames.
Other than the Sisyphean drive to endlessly improve your MMR, there really isn't much in the way of endgame to Hearthstone's Battlegrounds mode. Which thus far hasn't proved a problem because it's addictive as hell anyway. However, a little context when it comes to understanding your own number couldn't hurt, so here's senior game designer Dean "Iksar" Ayala to explain. He took to Twitter to break down what the mode's MMR distribution looks like, and threw in some other fun stats that Blizzard has gathered: