Video Games


Samsung 49-inch Odyssey G9 Gaming Monitor
Samsung’s 49″ Odyssey G9 Gaming Monitor is for those who demand the ultimate immersion, and you can get one for $1,189.99 shipped, today only, originally $1,399.99. This display is the world’s first Dual Quad High-Definition (DQHD; 5120×1440 resolution) gaming monitor, complete with an industry-first 1000R curvature. Featuring a rapid 1ms response time, 240Hz refresh rate and crystal clear QLED picture quality for gaming in dual QHD. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Super Nintendo World Japan Pictures
Photo credit: The Sankei News
Set to open ahead of next summer’s Tokyo Olympics, Universal Studio Japan’s Super Nintendo World is almost complete, or at least the exterior buildings. The Sankei News managed to capture a few aerial photos that show off the land’s incredible details, including the warp pipe where guests enter. After warping through to the other side, you’re greeted by Princess Peach’s castle with Bowser’s lair appearing off in the distance. Read more for a video of the food offerings, additional pictures and information.

Ocean Software Green Lantern SNES Game
Ocean Software started development for a Green Lantern game back in 1991, or to be more specific, the first of three versions. The studio has previous successes releasing DC Universe games on the Amiga and PCs, so they wanted to branch out to home consoles. Unfortunately, the Green Lantern project was canceled after just a few months, that is until…the title was revived in 1993. At that time, they reused assets from their other games to continue development. Read more for a rare look at gameplay from this unreleased game.

F-Zero SNES Nintendo 30th Anniversary
F-Zero was originally released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in Japan on November 21, 1990, with the North America launch nearly a year later during August 1991. Some may remember it on the Virtual Console service across multiple Nintendo platforms over the years and as part of the Super NES Classic Edition in 2017. For those who’ve never heard of this game, it basically takes place in the year 2560, where multi-billionaires with lethargic lifestyles created a new form of entertainment based on the Formula One races called “F-Zero”. Read more for two videos, including a compilation of TV commercials, and additional information.

Cyberpunk 2077 Ray Tracing
CD Projekt Red collaborated with NVIDIA when developing Cyberpunk 2077 to add DXR ray tracing as well as DLSS technology to the game. This new behind-the-scenes tech demo shows off all the ray-traced shadows, ray-traced reflections and more that will be in the game, running on NVIDIA RTX hardware. Night City, California will be comprised of six regions: the corporate City Center, immigrant-inhabited Watson, luxurious Westbrook, suburban Heywood, gang-infested Pacifica, and industrial Santo Domingo. Read more to see what the game looks like with an RTX 30 series graphics that has “RTX ON”.

Sealed Super Mario Bros. 3 Game Auction
Photo credit: Heritage Auctions
Finding a sealed copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 for the NES is a feat in itself, and one graded Wata 9.2 A+ even less likely. This variant, with “Bros.” formatted to the left on the front of the box (on top of Mario’s glove), just might be the rarest of them all. That is why when one of them popped up on Heritage Auctions, collectors quickly bid up the price to over $100,000, and in the end, this pristine copy sold for a whopping $156,000. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Mario Kart Live 3D Printing Rainbow Road
Spain-based BCN3D Technologies wanted to recreate the SNES version of Rainbow Road for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the franchise. So, a team of two engineers and ten employees used their own 3D printing machines to build a 4,000 piece track that spans 16.4-feet long (5-meters). For anyone who has their own 3D printer, the company filmed a short video detailing the process, and it’s a lot more interesting than using random objects to build a course. Read more for the clip and additional information.

Bud Light BL6 Game Console
No, this isn’t a gag product, but rather the world’s first ever self-cooling six pack that also plays video games, or at least that’s what Bud Light claims. The BL6 is touted as ½ koozie, ½ projector & ½ gaming console. It would be simple enough to just put a tablet inside this thing, but it’s actually a Windows 10 PC powered by an Intel i7-1065G7 processor (3.90-GHz Max Turbo frequency), and 16GB of RAM. There are several pre-loaded games, including Tekken 7, Soul Calibur 6, RBI 20 Baseball, and more. Read more for a video and additional information.

Logitech PRO X Superlight Wireless eSports Mouse
What better way to kick off the launch of AMD new RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 graphics cards than with an ultra light gaming mouse? Introducing the Logitech G PRO X Superlight. This wireless eSports gaming mouse weighs in at under 63g, yet still packs Logitech G’s HERO 25K sensor at 25,600 DPI, the industry’s first sub-micron level mouse sensor that can accurately track movement at the sub-micron level without compromising on accuracy. It doesn’t use smoothing, motion or parasitic counts to achieve this either. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

CD Projekt Cyberpunk 2077 Microsoft Xbox One X Series X
Sure, Cyberpunk 2077 may have been delayed until Dec. 10, but CD Projekt Red wanted to give gamers a sneak peek at what’s in store for them with a special edition of Night City Wire. We get to see gameplay footage from both the Xbox Series X and Xbox One X consoles. For those who have never heard of this game, you play in the first-person perspective of a customizable mercenary known as V, who can acquire skills in hacking / machinery, acquire an arsenal of weapons, and there are even options for melee combat. Read more for the video and additional information.