I don't think it's ever safe to buy an SSD these days. It seems like if you wait a week, you'll be able to pick up something cheaper and bigger, such is the march of technology (and discounts). That doesn't mean you shouldn't jump on a deal if you need an SSD, like this 500GB Samsung 860 EVO for a mere $120.
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Once upon a time, there was nothing quite so maligned in the world of Overwatch as a Symmetra main. People still hate Hanzo, and Widowmaker mains will always bear the brunt of every loss. But at least their value is understood.
Three months since her rework, however, Symmetra has settled into a place befitting of the demon scientist.
The silly season rolls on. While there's no major platform exclusive, there's plenty of highlights: the Life is Strange sequel lands, football fans get another story mode to explore in FIFA 19, Ultimate Chicken Horse gets pride of place on the Switch, and Valkyria Chronicles 4 officially drops. There's also a new Pathfinder game, which is fun.
Looks like all your current-gen Phoenix Wright dreams are about to come true. Not in, uh, that way. More in the if you own a console or PC, you'll have not one, but three Phoenix Wright games to play in 2019.
Yesterday Sony surprised us announcing the PlayStation Classic, a mini version of the PS1. Following in the footsteps of the Nintendo mini consoles, the Classic will come with 20 beloved retro games from the PS1 era, such as Final Fantasy 7 and Tekken 3.
This news has me reflecting on the PS1 games I loved. While I adored the obvious choices like Tomb Raider, Spyro, Tekken and Gran Turismo, there were some obscure games that I was equally attached to. Possibly even bad ones.
Oh dear. The PlayStation Classic video game console has started popping up on eBay at ridiculously inflated prices. Hopeful "sellers" are currently charging between $400 and $1000 for something they don't even own (the device doesn't actually launch until December). Do not be fooled.