Felicia Miranda

Felicia Miranda

Born in '89 and raised through the 90s, I experienced what I consider to be the golden age of video games. At an early age, I was shooting down ducks in Duck Hunt and saving camp counselors from Jason's wrath in Friday the 13th. When I wasn't pulling all-nighters trying to beat the latest Final Fantasy JRPG, I was watching WWF Wrestling and organizing my sweet Pokemon card deck.

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The Astro A40 TR and Mixamp Pro TR turn the volume up on pro gaming audio

The A40 TR and Mixamp Pro TR are Astro's latest entries to professional grade gaming gear. The two accessories hold their own alone, but together their true potential is fully realized.
Gaming

Bethesda's sharp new Elder Scrolls mobile game is blunted by microtransactions

Elder Scroll: Blades brings elements of the most popular open-world RPG to mobile phones. It has many of the features fans will expect but, in its current Early Access state, lacks the real charm and depth of its predecessors.
Gaming

One game console is better than the rest, and we're not afraid to say it

We've seen a relatively large influx of new consoles in the last couple of years, including the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X, so we've updated our recommendations for the best dedicated game hardware.
Gaming

Crunch at Bioware contributed to issues with Anthem and Mass Effect: Andromeda

Anthem's launch left many feeling as though the game didn't have enough time in the oven and anonymous sources confirmed that unclear direction, technical issues, and crunch culture largely contributed.
Gaming

The Razer Turret for Xbox One will make you feel like a gaming god. Sometimes.

With a sleek aesthetic, performance that rivals Razer’s PC keyboards, and versatility, the Turret could become a great option for gamers on the Xbox One. But there are a few limitations that stand in its way, including limited game…
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Nintendo’s Labo VR Kit may look silly, but it really works

During our hands-on with the Nintendo Labo VR Kit, fears of a gimmicky product from Nintendo were quickly dispelled. While not a direct competitor to Oculus or HTCs own headsets, Labo VR brings a clever, new way to experience VR that makes…