This week sees the start of the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. CES 2012 looks to debut a few hotly anticipated electronics items. Among these will be a a slew of tech dedicated to the video game community.
I don't mind if my kids play video games, but I have two rules: no more than 30 minutes per day, and nothing with blood, guts, guns, and other violent images.
That leaves out a lot of the most popular releases, like Battlefield 3, Call of Duty: Medal of Honor 3, and even Batman: Arkham City. If you're a parent like me, that can create something of a quandary this holiday season: The kids have outgrown the educational stuff, but you'd rather not expose them to all that realistically-rendered brutality.
Fortunately, alternatives exist. If you want to give the kids something new for the Xbox, PlayStation or Wii, you can choose from dozens of fun-filled titles that haven't a trace of violence, gore or adult themes.
Black Friday will soon be upon us--but are those doorbuster deals really worth the hype? Keep in mind that for every deeply discounted LCD TV, there are hundreds of other items NOT on sale. Whether you're braving the crowds in-store on Black Friday or shopping from the comfort of your desk on Cyber Monday--or playing a game of chicken with prices right up until Christmas Eve, forewarned is forearmed.
Read on for a cheat sheet of how to make sure you score the very best deals when shopping for holiday gifts.
This time of year usually brings news of new games, release dates and price adjustments for older hardware. Today is no different as we dive into the latest news from Sony and Nintendo that should elicit smiles from stretched-thin gamer wallets everywhere.