Gaming

9 Electronics from the 90s We’d Buy into Again
August 2, 2016 at 4:28 pm

If there’s one thing Pokemon Go taught us, it’s that nostalgia sells. We've created a list of some of our favorite 90’s electronics, just for old time's sake.

Pokémon Go installed on more devices than Candy Crush, LinkedIn, Lyft, Tinder & more
July 14, 2016 at 11:01 am

DS Digest Pokemon Go is most installed game among US Android devices (About 10%) 5th most active users among all apps Generated more than 1 million visitors to developers website, niantic.com Still fascinated by the viral spread of Pokémon Go? So are we. The app on Monday topped Twitter’s daily users, and has people spending more minutes per day playing the…

Nintendo embraces retro gaming with a pint-sized NES
July 14, 2016 at 10:52 am

DS Digest Pre-loaded with 30 classic NES titles Comes with A/C adapter and HDMI cable Available November 11 for $59.99 Nintendo wants its fans to binge on nostalgia this holiday and reconnect with the original versions of the franchises they love. The NES Classic Edition is a tiny version of the original, 30-year-old Nintendo console.…

How 'Pokémon GO' Can Lure More Customers To Your Local Business
July 11, 2016 at 10:20 am

DS Digest Advertising opportunity if your business is a PokéStop Purchasable "Lure Module" can increase foot traffic PokéStop and Pokémon Gym locations predetermined Seemingly everyone is playing Pokémon GO. If you’re not already playing it yourself, you’ve no doubt heard about it. It’s not an exaggeration to say that the new mobile and augmented reality game…

SoundStage lets you rock out without bugging the neighbors
July 7, 2016 at 11:19 am

Gaming might seem like an obvious application for virtual reality technology, but it can also be used to tap into your creative side. Drawing and sculpting programs like Tilt Brushand Medium are good examples. And in that vein comes the music-making suiteSoundStage, which lets you set up a music studio and jam away without having…

Xbox One vs. PS4: The post-E3 2016 scorecard
June 29, 2016 at 9:58 am

The annual E3 gaming show is the gaming equivalent of the State of the Union address. Each of the companies recap the year that was, and -- more importantly -- offer a look at what's to come. For Nintendo, the show was largely a placeholder -- the company showed off its new Zelda game, but…