When a classic gets boring, it's time to shake things up by reinventing the game. Here are three reworked favorites that will kick your butt.
TrackingPoint's Linux-powered hunting rifle employs cutting-edge tracking technology to make anyone an excellent marksman.
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Logic games can hone your mind and give it a good workout to prepare you for any hard-thinking challenges you face—it can also frustrate you to no end and leave you with a broken keyboard. Take the challenge in these 3 tough, but free, games.
Is that beeping good or bad? Sharpen your ears with our audio examples.
Whether your using them to to build stuff up or breaking them apart, bricks have a special place in a gamer's heart (i.e. Tetris). Check out these free games based on the building block we love so much—and smash the crap out of them.
Really, we have no idea what makes a mobile game great, but that doesn't stop us from picking our favorites.
Raptr, the desktop app and social network that manages your games, has teamed up with Twitch to provide in-app video streaming without any extra software.
No one likes a bricked SSD. You can reduce wear and tear and wring out every last write cycle—just don't treat it like a traditional hard drive.
These eye-catching earbuds sound great, but they’re a little too expensive for what you get and lack valuable features.
The biggest video game music concert in the world teams up with the biggest streaming service in the world to stream a full orchestra playing Zelda music into your living room.
Attempt to take a friend out for the perfect dinner in Save the Date as the unexpected and unusual crop up with every playthrough.
The Last of Us is dark, depressing, and makes you feel bad. You should definitely play it.