Super Mario Run Review (now also on Android)

This week Super Mario Run hit Android devices after a 3+ month wait. The game remains largely the same, for that reason we are bumping this review. When Nintendo announced Super Mario Run, I expected an endless runner, a game where Mario runs from left to right through randomly-generated courses until he dies. That’s not what Super Mario Run is.

Medium unveils its $5 per month subscription service

At the start of January, publishing platform Medium announced it had laid off 50 people, the equivalent to around one-third of all staff, and was closing its New York and Washington D.C. offices. The company said it needed to find…

Kodi gets updated, hits version 17.1

Kodi is a popular open source entertainment hub and media organization tool. Its minimalist interface with large buttons is ideal to use with HTPCs hooked to big screens, but also look great in smaller Android devices. It's also extensible, with plenty of add-ons available. For release notes and download links for Windows, macOS, Linux and Android go here.

Ubisoft defends For Honor's microtransactions

Earlier this week, redditor Bystander007 calculated that to see everything in For Honor, you’d have to pay $732, or play it for around 2.5 years. Ubisoft has now responded to the criticism by saying it never intended for people to…

Bethesda: Fallout 4 VR will be shown at E3 2017

Resident Evil 7’s reign as the top AAA virtual reality game may be short-lived. Pete Hines, Bethesda’s vice president of PR and marketing, said during a recent interview with Hip Hop Gamer (via Game Rant) that the virtual reality version…

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is HDR-ready, gets reviewed

Unveiled less than a month ago, the Galaxy Tab S3 is Samsung's first HDR-ready tablet. Powered by a Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4GB of RAM and a beefy 6,000mAh battery, the tablet is good for 10 hours on a single charge. It comes equipped with an improved S-Pen stylus, adding some productivity and creativity to a device that's otherwise best used as a media device.

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

In Bioware's new third-person action RPG, you play as Ryder, a human adventurer who lives in an advanced society capable of faster-than-light space travel. Andromeda is the fourth entry in the Mass Effect series, and while some of the aliens and politics make a return, the whole thing unfolds in a different setting that is friendly to franchise newcomers.