Sega arrived late to the retro console battle, but it won the war.
But if you've been waiting for a cheaper Switch and are content to keep things in handheld mode, the $199 Lite looks like a solid entry point into the Switch's stellar game library.
The Corsair K57 RGB Wireless is very pretty and fills a useful niche, but a subpar typing experience brings it down.
The Logitech G Pro X is streamlined, comfortable and powerful, with plenty of extra, useful features for competitive players.
The PDP Faceoff Deluxe+ Audio Wired controller is a great third-party option with serviceable Fortnite voice chat.
The SteelSeries Arctis 1 headset sounds great, looks sleek and works with just about every platform out there
While the SteelSeries Apex 7 is a good keyboard overall, it doesn't offer many advantages over similarly priced competitors.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a creative sandbox with big adventures, quirky characters and the freedom to build.
The Turtle Beach Recon 70 is a super-affordable gaming headset that offers decent sound, but its highs and bass leave a lot to be desired.
Sea of Solitude offers up a lot to love, with its rich aesthetics and well-intentioned design, but it fails to make a lasting impression with its gameplay or story.
If you want to know what the future of gaming keyboards might look like, the SteelSeries Apex Pro is an enticing, albeit imperfect, glimpse.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is almost defiantly old-school: a straightforward action/exploration experience with plenty of polish.
Judgment offers a serious yet fun departure from the Yakuza series that doesn’t skimp on the action and drama.
The Corsair M55 RGB Pro is one of the best ambidextrous mice on the market — and at $40, also one of the most affordable.
While the design is a bit too familiar, the Corsair Nightsword RGB is a good, large gaming mouse with tunable weights.
The Arctis 3 is a perfectly good headset, offering high-quality sound for both gaming and music, along with a comfortable fit.
The Arctis 5 offers great sound that you can fine-tune to your liking, a comfortable design and an impressive mic at a reasonable price.
If you need a cheap gaming headset that sounds pretty good and works with everything you own, the Razer Kraken X is an easy recommendation.
Team Sonic Racing has a strong titular team gimmick and offers a polished racing experience, but doesn't surpass its predecessors.
The MSI Optix MPG27CQ delivers all sorts of gaming-oriented capability, from a wide color gamut and fast response times to AMD FreeSync support and fancy lighting that's more than just eye candy.
The Acer Predator X34 curved gaming monitor provides an impressive level of immersion and strong G-Sync performance — if you're willing to pay up.
The Roccat Noz sounds good in a game and feels pretty comfortable, but it's not the best headset in its price range.
The Oculus Quest offers high-resolution VR graphics, the ability to cast to devices and over 50 games in a wireless setup.
Netgear's Nighthawk XR700 Pro Gaming Router — with data-sharing tools, a firewall, blazing speeds and some of the best networking software available — is worth the hefty price.
The Cloud Stinger Wireless nails just about every major selling point in a wireless gaming headset, but you can't customize it.
The Logitech G502 Lightspeed is still one of the best gaming mice ever made, but now it comes without any inconvenient wires.
The Razer Hammerhead Duo earbuds provide solid sound, but a few drawbacks hold it back from gaming greatness.
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