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Gaming

GameBud Gaming Handheld

GameBud Gaming Handheld
$35  Buy Comment

Gaming nostalgia is in full force with more platforms dedicated to reviving classic games. Get in on the retro action on the cheap, with this handheld that comes packed with 400 8-bit games, ready to keep your fingers tapping for hours. It’s 53% off in The Awesomer Shop.

Loot Gaming Subscription

Loot Gaming Subscription
$66  Buy Comment

Any gamer needs this subscription box: it delivers official, exclusive gear and collectibles from the biggest and best gaming universes every month. Plus, take an additional 19% off a 3-month subscription The Awesomer Shop with code NEWYEAR2019 (valid through 1/7/19).

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Retro Gaming Console 600

Retro Gaming Console 600
$56  Buy Comment

Enjoy hundreds of 8-bit games on your modern TV screen with this compact gaming console. It comes pre-loaded with 600 clones of classic games, and two controllers. Grab one in The Awesomer Shop, and get an extra 15% off with code MERRY15 (valid thru 12/31/18).

SimCity 4: Deluxe Edition

SimCity 4: Deluxe Edition
$5  Buy Comment

Love city building games? Grab a great deal on the Mac version of the 2003 classic SimCity 4: Deluxe Edition. Build sprawling cities, balance budgets, grow empires, and then do you best to save them from disaster. It’s just five bucks in The Awesomer Shop.

Deal: Call of Duty 4 Mac

Deal: Call of Duty 4 Mac
$10  Buy Link Comment

Mac users, if you missed out on the classic FPS Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, now’s the time to pick up the game for just ten bucks. This cinematic classic is filled with intense twists and dynamic combat with a diverse array of weaponry.

RetroMini Handheld Console

RetroMini Handheld Console
$80  Buy Comment

Play classic GBA and NES roms on this handheld system, which supports games loaded on MicroSD cards. Unlike many miniature systems, RetroMini allows you to save game states, too. Plus, it comes pre-loaded with 900 8-bit games. Save 19% in The Awesomer Shop.

Deal: Retro Game Console

Deal: Retro Game Console
$50  Buy Comment

Relive your gaming glory days with a Retro Entertainment Console. This entertainment system takes its design cues from the NES Classic and is pre-loaded with over 500 games so you can fall deep into a black hole of 8-bit gaming nostalgia. (Note: Games are remakes)

Core Development Bundle

Core Development Bundle
$39  Buy Comment

In this 10-course bundle, you’ll learn full-stack web development, iOS and Android development, Unity game development, machine learning, and much more so you’ll have a diversified skill set that will impress employers. Get it today in The Awesomer Shop

Deal: Sid Meier’s Civ VI Bundle

Deal: Sid Meier’s Civ VI Bundle
$57  Buy Comment

Fans of the popular empire-building franchise Civilization will want to grab this bundle, which includes both Civilization VI, and the Rise & Fall expansion, which adds borders and loyalties that change over time, among other things. Save 36% in The Awesomer Shop.

TinyPi Gaming Handheld

TinyPi Gaming Handheld

Handheld maker wermy shows off a nifty build he found on the sudomod forums. Moosepr’s TinyPi is a ridiculously small gaming system that’s can run all kinds of retro games, and is about as small as you can get using a Raspberry Pi Zero board. Part kits available here.

Deal: Jump Gaming Subscription

Deal: Jump Gaming Subscription
$13  Buy Link Comment

Get immediate and unlimited access to over 75 award-winning indie games. Play anywhere and any time on PC, Mac or Linux and a Wi-Fi connection with great streaming and no long download times. Grab a three month subscription for just $12 in The Awesomer Shop.

2017 Razer Blade Stealth

2017 Razer Blade Stealth
$900  Buy Link Comment

Razer’s ultrabook now comes in two screen sizes: the original 12.5″ and a new 13.3″ screen with thin bezels. It also has a new second color scheme – dark gray with a non-glowing Razer logo on the lid and only a white backlight for its keyboard. It also works with the Razer Core.

MSI Trident 3 Arctic Gaming PC

MSI Trident 3 Arctic Gaming PC
$1500  Buy Comment

A limited edition of MSI’s small form-factor gaming PC, decked out in snowy white, packing an Intel Kaby Lake Core i7-7700 3.6 GHz CPU, and GeForce GTX 1070 graphics, making it powerful enough to run VR games. Front USB 3.1 and HDMI ports make VR setup a breeze.

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MSI GT83VR Titan SLI Laptop

MSI GT83VR Titan SLI Laptop
$3999+  Buy Link Comment

Built to run the latest VR games, the GT83VR Titan SLI is a monster of a gaming laptop, with an 18.4″ display, Intel’s quad-core i7-6920HQ or 6820HK CPU, 512GB to 1TB SSD, Nvidia GTX 1080 Dual SLI GPUs, and a mechanical Steelseries keyboard with RGB backlighting.

2016 Razer Blade

2016 Razer Blade
$2K+  Buy Link Comment

The mature gaming laptop continues to impress. For the same price as the base 15″ MacBook Pro, you get a 14″ 3200×1800 touchscreen, a 6GB GTX970M GPU, RGB LED backlit keys and a USB-C port to connect it to the Razer Core and other peripherals.

Razer Blade Stealth

Razer Blade Stealth
$999+  Buy Link Comment

Unlike the other Razer Blades, the 12.5″ Blade Stealth is an ultrabook – it’s thin, light and lasts up to 8h per charge, but it only has integrated graphics. To make up for that, Razer made the Core, an add-on that lets you connect desktop GPUs to the laptop via a Thunderbolt 3 cable.

Maingear Alpha 34

Maingear Alpha 34
$1999+  Buy Link Comment

The Alpha 34 is the pinnacle of all-in-one gaming PCs, rocking the latest Intel CPUs with 4 to 18 cores, NVIDIA 980Ti, Titan X or AMD Radeon R9 390X desktop graphics cards, 32GB of DDR4 RAM; and Samsung pro-grade SSDs. And, oh yeah, a 34″, 3840×1440 curved display.

Alienware Steam Machine

Alienware Steam Machine
$449+  Buy Link Comment

This little black box adds a gaming PC to your living room. It’s capable of playing over 1000 titles from the Steam library, and plays with either the mouse-accurate Steam Controller or an Xbox 360 joystick. Full review on Technabob. Available from Dell or GameStop.

2015 Razer Blade

2015 Razer Blade
$2.2K+  Buy Link Comment

Razer updates its 14″ gaming laptop with the NVIDIA GTX970M GPU with 3GB VRAM, Core i7 2.6GHz quad-core CPU and 16GB RAM. Plus it still has that sweet 3200×1800 14″ touchscreen, all in a 0.70″-thick aluminum unibody chassis.

2014 Razer Blade

2014 Razer Blade
$2,200+  Buy Link Comment

Razer updates its svelte 14″ gaming laptop. The 2014 Razer Blade has a crazy 3200 x 1800 qHD touchscreen, 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-4702HQ CPU, Nvidia GTX 870M GPU, 8GB RAM, 3 USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI 1.4 port and Windows 8.1.

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Gamer Rager

Gamer Rager

(Warning: Loud) There is a point at which gaming becomes something else entirely. That point is crossed and left far back in the land of dignity very quickly in this clip from a Major League Gaming event. Let’s go!…take a Xanax.

Steam Controller

Steam Controller

No joysticks. No D-pads. The Valve Steam Controller instead has 2 trackpads augmented by a super-precise haptic feedback system. It also has a touch screen, 16 buttons and, in usual Steam fashion, will be open to hacking.

Gaming with My Mom

Gaming with My Mom

Jimmy Fallon asked his viewers to get together with their mothers and play some video games with them. Clearly, most of them never picked up a controller before now. The mom shown here should try some Plants vs. Zombies.

The Order: 1886 (E3 Trailer)

The Order: 1886 (E3 Trailer)

A PS4 exclusive from the vaunted Santa Monica Studio and Readyatdawn, The Order: 1886 is a steampunk action-adventure which places players in victorian-era England, with deadly firearms and deadlier foes.

Omni VR Treadmill Kickstarter

Omni VR Treadmill Kickstarter
$299++  Pledge Comment

Be one of the first to own the Omni virtual reality treadmill. It’s the perfect companion to the Oculus Rift, but you can also use the Omni to play any PC game.  It can also be used for fitness and virtual tourism or inspection.

Razer Blade 14″

Razer Blade 14″
$1,799+  Buy Link Comment

The Razer Blade 14″ doesn’t have an LCD trackpad and is not as powerful as the renamed Razer Blade Pro. But it still has a powerful CPU, GPU and RAM in a portable form that’s thinner than the MacBook Air (at its thickest point.)

The Forest (Trailer)

The Forest (Trailer)

An open world survival horror title, The Forest is an indie project currently in development for PC. Don’t let the beautiful scenery in the middle of the trailer fool you, this forest definitely harbors a darkness to be reckoned with.

Virtuix Omni

Virtuix Omni

The Omni is an omnidirectional “treadmill” that can track when a user walks, runs or jumps, the perfect companion to the Oculus Rift. Virtuix will launch a Kickstarter soon, with pricing expected between $400-$600. More demos here.

RetroN 5 Console

RetroN 5 Console

The newest retro gaming console from Hyperkin, the RetroN 5 has 5 slots that let you play 9 different types of old school cartridges, an HDMI output, a programmable wireless controller, and ports for classic controllers.

Games: Middle-Eastern Style

Games: Middle-Eastern Style

14 classic video game theme songs performed by The JamIS Orchestra on instruments such as mandolin, qanun, oud, violin and flute. Man, we forgot all about Bubble Bobble. (Thanks Elad!)

GoW: Ascension Legacy PS3 Bundle

GoW: Ascension Legacy PS3 Bundle
$350  Buy Comment

To celebrate the launch of God of War: Ascension, this bundle comes with a super-slim blood red PS3, a 500GB hard drive, the new game, God of War 1, 2, 3, Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta.

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