Turtle Beach Blog – 11.22.19 (11.21.19)
2019 was a fantastic year when it came to new games being created for the Nintendo Switch. Blockbuster hits like Fire Emblem: Three Houses, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, and others once again proved that some of the best video game experiences in the modern age call the Nintendo Switch home.
Source: The Top 10 Underrated Nintendo Switch Games Of 2019
Turtle Beach Blog – 11.21.19 (11.20.19)
Innovation has always been the driving force behind the most significant developments in how the video game world operates. Streaming is the latest trend to plant its flag in the land of the video game industry. Google is ready to be in the driver’s wheel of what some believe to be the next significant change in how players experience the exciting worlds that developers create with its Stadia streaming platform.
Source: The Ultimate Google Stadia Rundown
Turtle Beach Blog – 11.20.19 (11.19.19)
The future of gaming is here with two cutting edge streaming options to choose from: Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud. Right now, all eyes are on Stadia to see how the service will perform following its early launch on November 19.
Source: Google Stadia vs. Microsoft xCloud
Turtle Beach Blog – 11.6.19 (11.5.19)
It’s hard to believe we’re already getting close to the end of 2019. It seems only yesterday the year had just begun, with everyone looking forward to months full of new game releases and updates to enjoy. 2019 definitely did not disappoint with an awe-inspiring array of high-quality gaming experiences released throughout the year.
Source: 2019’s Best Console Games and the Best Headsets to Play Them With
Turtle Beach Blog – 10.21.19 (10.18.19)
Backward compatibility and expiring media systems is a problem gamers are all too familiar with. For a lot of gamers, cultivating a library of video games is part of the fun of being a gamer. But not all console manufacturers have embraced backward compatibility with open arms. One such manufacturer, at least as of recent years, is Sony.
Source: Sony and Backward Compatibility: Preparing for the PlayStation 5