The Xbox Series X is a current and next-generation powerhouse console, and I can't wait to see what it will deliver in 2021.
ESET Parental Control for Android handles web filtering and location tracking well, but there's no call or text monitoring at all.
The ViewSonic Elite XG270QC provides QHD resolution, vibrant colors and a tasteful curve — if your desk is big enough.
Demon’s Souls is the standout title among the PS5’s launch lineup, combining tight gameplay, gorgeous graphics and an unforgettable setting.
The SteelSeries Aerox 3 marries the unconventional honeycomb gaming mouse design with SteelSeries engineering, but the end result isn’t perfect.
The HyperX Cloud II Wireless headset retains its popular predecessor’s comfort and quality, while cutting the cord.
The Nintendo Switch Lite takes an already impressive console and makes it cheaper at the expense of some veratility.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon proves that, the more the franchise changes, the more it stays the same — effortlessly excellent.
The PS4 Pro offers 4K gaming and streaming, gorgeous HDR effects and a healthy game library with VR support.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a good time, with fun combat and a beautiful setting. But it’s also full of the open-world busywork that’s characterized the series lately.
The Roccat Elo 7.1 USB isn’t as comfortable as it could be, but the headset sounds good, functions well and doesn’t cost that much.
The Xbox Series S has a lot to offer, with gorgeous graphics and an enormous game selection. But it’s not the most future-proof gadget you can buy.
Since launch, the Nintendo Switch has grown significantly, gaining more battery life, an online subscription and a handheld-only "Lite" edition.
The Roccat Vulcan TKL Pro is a gorgeous gaming keyboard with satisfyingly clicky keys, but unintuitive software mars the overall experience.
Dirt 5 is the perfect racing game to launch the new generation of consoles: a thrilling arcade off-road racer that doesn’t skimp on visual flair.
The Corsair HS60’s focus on bass is a striking contrast with most treble-heavy gaming headsets, and it’s quite comfortable, too.
The SteelSeries Rival 3 Wireless isn't the flashiest mouse around, but it gets the job done — when it works.
The Corsair K100 RGB offers a few advantages over cheaper Corsair keyboards, but not enough to justify its hefty price bump.
The Astro A20 Gaming Headset Gen 2 sounds great and feels good, but setup can be a real pain, particularly when switching among systems.
The SteelSeries Arctis 7P/7X sounds great, fits beautifully, and works with almost every gaming system on the market.
Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition still possesses some of the original game’s flaws, but also builds on a lot of its charms in ambitious and satisfying ways.
The Turtle Beach Stealth 700 connects easily via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and sounds great in-game. It’s a tight fit, however, and not that customizable.
The Razer Naga Pro is an excellent wireless MMO mouse, but it makes a few compromises that both its wired and wireless predecessors did not.
Screen Time is great at managing kids' smartphone time, but some other parental-control features cost extra.
With bright colors and a pleasant curve, the Dell S3220DGF Gaming Monitor performs well, but may be too large and expensive for many gamers.
The SteelSeries Arctis 9 feels great and sounds good, although it’s quite expensive, even taking all of its features into account.
The Logitech G733 headset combines a stylish design with decent game audio, but it feels a little flimsy and doesn't fit that well.
The Razer Huntsman Mini keyboard works well for competitive play, but the lack of a function row and traditional arrow keys takes some getting used to.