Speaking of action RPGs, there’s another one you should check out if you’re more into plundering than superpowers: It’s called Tempest, and it’s an open-world pirate game that invites you to take to the high seas, engage in ship-to-ship combat, sink and plunder your enemies, destroy forts, explore dozens of islands, trade goods, and generally have a pirate-y good time. Along the…
Assemble your ultimate team of Marvel superheroes from a huge cast, including the Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men, and more.
Take to the stars and feed your brain with unique puzzles where you command up to 10 robots at once, guiding each to their own teleporter for deployment across the universe.
Charges up to four Xbox One controller batteries at once — two as standalone batteries, and two within controllers themselves.
One of the best app developers is getting into the gaming hardware market, and it looks to be a delightful little gadget. (Coming in early 2020)
A fast-paced RTS-inspired PVP combat game with immersive 3D visuals.
The classic iOS platforming is back, and maybe even more fun than it was a decade ago.
These upcoming games will take place in an all-new region with a new trio of starters, and are returning to the glory days of wild battles. (Both release on December 31st, 2019)
Assemble teams of “science ninjas” to build new molecules out of elements to earn points and win the card game before opponents can break down your bases with acid assaults.
Silver-plated brass cufflinks modeled after a few different console controllers.
Need to roll for initiative on the go? Need to roll for caffeine efficacy? Never fear, Pretty Useful Co. has just the trinket for you.
An addictive puzzle battle game where you combine creatures to attack your enemy and/or create defenses.
In this lushly illustrated, award-winning puzzle game, doorframes and windows become portals to distant worlds.
Connect a wired GameCube controller to this adapter and you can wirelessly pair it to the Nintendo Switch.
A revolutionary new game where players (ages 8 to adult) build mechanical computers powered by marbles to solve logic puzzles.