Grab the PlayStation 4 Pro console for its lowest price ever with a few simple steps.
This week only, PlayStation dropped the price of the PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Console down to just $349 at major retailers across the US. That deal is in-line with the price of the console back during Black Friday which is great, but Amazon has an offer allowing you to pick up the console for just $299.
After years of diligently playing Hearthstone each and every day to collect my daily rewards, I began to slip over the summer. As much fun as I’d had with the digital CCG over the years, I was finally beginning to feel burnt out. It wasn’t anything that the game was doing wrong (although my complaints from 2015 are still valid today) — it was just time for me to move on. So my playing time gradually tapered off until I stop logging in altogether.
Then the Kobolds & Catacombs expansion launched this week with 135 new cards. But it wasn’t new cards that lured me back. In fact, I had less than 300 gold to my name, so I could only buy two packs anyway. [...]
Google’s Chromecast is often an ignored platform for gaming, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a couple of quality titles to check out on your Chromecast enabled TV. Heck, you don’t even necessarily need a Chromecast as you can take advantage of any Android TV device to stream the games listed in today’s roundup. So without further ado, here are 10 Chromecast enabled games you can enjoy by streaming them directly to your TV. Read More
10 great Android games you can play on your TV with Chromecast was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Just two days after announcing that 50 new Pokemon from the Hoenn region would be making their way to the world of Pokemon Go, Niantic has released a new update for the game. If you ever played Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire, you should be familiar with most of these critters, including starters Mudkip, Torchic and Treecko.
The rollout of Generation 3 actually began over Halloween, as five Ghost-type Pokemon debuted in-game. There will be 135 new Pokemon in all this generation, but they’ll make their way into the game in waves, similar to how Niantic handled the introduction of Gen 2 back in February. But the new Pokemon are just a portion of the update.