In this week’s Pixels & Ink podcast: Jordan, Clement, and Chris spend way too much time talking about Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s ludicrous 250GB data requirement, the PS5 hardware breakdown, and the AMD Livestream. Naturally, Jordan finds a way to make it all about Nintendo and the Switch.
Final Fantasy XIV has been confirmed backward compatible with the PlayStation 5, according to director Naoki Yoshida.
The Sennheiser EPOS GSX 300 manages to be both a solid external sound card and an intuitive profile swapping device, that is both sleek and satisfying.
On the debut episode of CGM: Flashbacks, hosts Alex Handziuk and Cole Watson breakdown their first impressions of EA’s latest title from a galaxy far far away, Star Wars Squadrons, and if it has the makings to become another immersive title in the pantheon of Star Wars video games.
GameStop has just announced a new partnership with Microsoft aimed at modernizing the way it does business, and a big part of its path to profitability includes Xbox All Access.
Xbox Series X|S early adopters can take a trip into the spirit world with The Medium, a new third-person psychological horror game from Bloober Team.
The Seagate FireCuda 120 2TB SSD has been designed from the ground up with gamers in mind while still adhering to Seagate’s high standards in longevity and performance, making it an ideal fit for both videogame enthusiasts and content creators.