You Can Now Watch Hulu on the Nintendo Switch

Hulu has announced its the first US streaming service to launch an app for the Nintendo Switch. The service notes users can stream content such as movies and TV shows alongside live TV channels like ESPN, CNN, FX, Bravo, and more. The next time you start up your Switch, you’ll Continue Reading


Microsoft’s Xbox One X is Now Available for Preorder

Microsoft today opened pre-orders for its Xbox One X gaming console. After doing the same thing but for the special Project Scorpio edition a month ago, the company’s most powerful Xbox to date can be yours for the price of $499. The console starts shipping November 7th and comes with Continue Reading

Minecraft for Nintendo 3DS is Now Available for Download

After launching the game for the first time on a Nintendo-branded device, Minecraft for 3DS has officially landed and is available for download. The game costs $29.99, while a retail package will be available likely for a higher price sometime in the future. The news comes as Nintendo’s Direct 2017 Continue Reading

Special Edition Xbox One S with Minecraft Makeover Now Available for Pre-Order

During gamescom 2017, Microsoft debuted the special edition Xbox One S Minecraft Limited Edition which gives the console and its controller a green and brown-block makeover. The controll sports a face smack in the middle, while the console resembles a typical building block you’d find during gameplay. It costs $399 and Continue Reading

Microsoft Opens Pre-Orders for Xbox One X w/ Special Project Scorpio Design

Announced at gamescom 2017, Microsoft has opened pre-orders for its Xbox One X gaming console. The device was originally introduced in June during E3 where the company dubbed it the “most powerful console ever made.” So far, it’s been able to retain that title, so let’s hope it does so come Continue Reading

Spotify for Xbox One Now Available

Today, Spotify officially launched its app for Xbox One. This allows users of the music streaming service to log in with their free or premium subscription and enjoy their favorite tunes while gaming. Starting today, Spotify is available on Xbox One in 34 markets* around the world. The new integration Continue Reading

Microsoft Brings Fluent Design Refresh to Xbox One

Microsoft has released the first alpha build of the Fall Creators Update for the Xbox One, and it brings an all-new UI to the gaming console. The fresh look is based on the company’s recently introduced Fluent Design System that delivers cleaner visuals and slicker animations to create an overall Continue Reading

Nintendo’s Super NES Classic is Here, Packs 21 Games for $79.99

Last year, Nintendo released the NES Classic Edition retro console which shipped with 30 built-in games and became a pretty big smash hit. That is, until Nintendo gave it the ax earlier this year. But never fear, as the company has resurrected another old console with 21 games: the Super NES. Continue Reading

Microsoft Brings Backward Compatibility to Classic Xbox Games

Last year during E3, Microsoft announced backward compatibility for Xbox 360 games so they’d work with the Xbox One console. This year during the very same conference, the company has announced the same feature, but for games that worked with the original Xbox. In a nutshell, Microsoft is bringing backward Continue Reading

Microsoft’s Xbox One X Aims to Be the “Most Powerful Console Ever Made”

Today during E3, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One X. The console is based on the company’s previous Project Scorpio ambition that aimed to create the “most powerful console ever made.” As it appears now, it looks like they’ve done so. The Xbox One X features 6 teraflops of graphics computing Continue Reading

Out of Absolutely Nowhere, Nintendo Unveils the 2DS XL

For whatever reason and out of absolutely nowhere, Nintendo has announced a new portable gaming system: the 2DS XL. This console is the bigger brother to the standard 2DS which features all the same element as the 3DS minus the 3D factor. The 2DS XL follows this same trend. It’s Continue Reading

Best Buy Will Resurrect the Nintendo NES Classic Edition Tomorrow

Just ten days ago, Nintendo officially killed off the NES Classic Edition. But that doesn’t mean stock of the retro gaming console has depleted. In a tweet today from Best Buy’s official Twitter account, the retail outlet announced that they’ll be selling the system in limited quantities starting tomorrow morning. Continue Reading