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Save big on Corsair gaming headsets and a premium keyboard

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Corsair makes some of the best gaming gear around, from keyboards to headsets to gaming mice. From March 24 to 30, a few of Corsair’s products will be available on some pretty sweet discounts from Amazon. So if you’ve been looking for a new gaming headset or keyboard, now is your chance to get a good one and save some money in the process.

Gaming headsets can be quite expensive and there are plenty of budget ones that simply do not perform well. Corsair’s Void Pro is a different story, though. The surround sound headset is normally $80 but this week, however, you can grab it for the price of a AAA game at $60. The Void Pro comes with a PC adapter that enables Dolby 7.1 surround sound with PC gaming. The best part about the Void Pro is that it is universal. You can use it with PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and mobile. The Void Pro has custom 50mm neodymium drivers, which allow it to pick up sounds and have a range typically reserved for more expensive headsets. It has a 3.5mm audio jack to connect to controllers and your PC.

If you’re mainly a PC gamer, you might want to opt for the Corsair Void Pro RGB wireless headset. Down from $100 to $80 during the sale period, the Void Pro RGB has a 40-foot range and an estimated 16 hours of battery life. It has the same 50mm neodymium drivers seen in the standard Void Pro and also supports Dolby 7.1 surround sound. The unidirectional microphone helps to reduce ambient noise when chatting. The price difference comes from the fact that it’s wireless.

Lastly, you can save big on the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 mechanical keyboard. Normally $170, you can get this high-quality keyboard for just $124 this week. Built for speed and comfort, it uses low profile Cherry MX switches and is constructed with aircraft-grade anodized aluminum. With the help of Corsair’s versatile iCue software suite, you can fine-tune the RGB backlighting on a per key basis and across other Corsair devices. An included wrist rest helps keep you comfortable during long gaming or typing sessions.

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Claim these free 3DS and Wii U games before the eShop closes
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The eShops on the 3DS and Wii U will shut down on March 27, so players are splurging on great games that they want to pick up in the final days of each storefront's life span. If you can't drop any cash on games for these systems before then though, you're probably wondering what's available from them for free. For the most part, it's demos, as the 3DS and Wii U weren't really known for their free-to-play offerings. Even then, many of the available free-to-play games -- or "free-to-start" titles as Nintendo called them in that era -- won't have much use after the eShops cease game sales because most of their content is gated by microtransactions.

Some might be a little more time-consuming due to in-game timers and other microtransactions, but are still worth checking out regardless. If you're wondering what full games you can play on 3DS and Wii U for free ahead of the eShop storefronts' discontinuation on March 27, we recommend checking out the following six titles.
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Sonic Frontiers is getting a free update this week, including new modes
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Sonic Frontiers will receive its first of three planned updates on Wednesday, March 22. The free DLC -- dubbed Sights, Sound, and Speed -- has a load of new features, including Photo Mode, Jukebox, and new challenge modes.

Sega previously detailed its plans to support Sonic Frontiers in the long term last November, but it didn't share a timeline for when the updates were coming. Now that first wave is finally here, giving the game it's first significant update since it launched last year.

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Netflix expands its game lineup with new titles from Ubisoft and more
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Netflix is doubling down on its commitment to gaming. During a presentation attended by Digital Trends, the streaming service's games team teased four new titles. It highlighted how many games are in the works for Netflix as it continues to put its mark on mobile gaming and ramp up its efforts on its cloud gaming service.
The four games Netflix discussed were all from external studios. Following Valiant Hearts: Coming Home, Netflix is collaborating with Ubisoft again on the action roguelike Mighty Quest: Rogue Palace, which is based on the game Mighty Quest for Epic Loot and launches on April 18. 
Ustwo Games is bringing complete versions of both Monument Valley titles to Netflix in 2024, building on the partnership established with Desta: The Memories Between. Netflix also confirmed that it is working with Catalyst Black and Vainglory developer Super Evil Megacorp on a tie-in game for an unannounced Netflix IP.
Finally, Netflix confirmed that it is working with developer Nanobit on another game based on the show Too Hot to Handle. Their previous tie-in game for that show is the most popular Netflix game.

Netflix made it clear that it understands that people like games that tie into known franchises and that there are plenty of titles still in the works. Leanne Loombe, vice president of External Games, confirmed that Netflix is currently working on 70 games with external developers, in addition to 16 titles that are in "early ideation" at its internal studios. She explained that the ultimate goal is for Netflix to release batches of new games that appeal to a wide variety of gamers every month.
"It's going to require us to release a variety of different games and take some risks, and not everything we launch will be a hit," Loombe explained. "But everything is going to be a great opportunity for us to continue to evolve our strategy and also our approach around games to make sure that we're bringing those most-played games to our members."
In the near term, that means the focus will remain on mobile games that players download on the App Store and Google Play Store before authenticating them through Netflix. Loombs also reaffirmed Netflix's efforts to build a cloud gaming platform, albeit slowly and steadily.
"We are very early in that side of our journey, but we are very committed to making sure that games can be played wherever you have Netflix," Loombe said. "We do believe that cloud gaming will enable us to provide that easy access to games on any screen, be frictionless, and provide that accessibility into gaming experiences. But we do want to be super thoughtful about how we build that and how we bring it to our members, ... just like we're doing for mobile games, we will take it slow."
Don't expect Netflix to be an immediate competitor for Sony, Microsoft, or Nintendo, but don't be surprised if it ends up becoming very relevant in the mobile and cloud gaming spaces in the future. 

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