Nintendo’s Smash Bros. franchise typically features characters from games that are playable on the company’s consoles (typically), which is why when Nintendo announced that Joker from Persona 5 would be a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, many were surprised. It also seemed to hint that Persona 5 could be coming to the Switch.
In case you needed more evidence of that happening, an image has made its way online in which it shows an alleged Best Buy terminal that shows that Persona 5 is indeed coming to the Switch console. This is by no means a confirmation, but it does seem to line up with previous rumors and speculation.
Nintendo’s Switch online service has been confirmed to launch in the second half of September. For those who are intending on signing up for it, you might be interested to learn that both Best Buy and GameStop are now selling the subscriptions on their respective websites (Best Buy/GameStop).
The subscriptions are priced the same as what Nintendo is offering so it doesn’t make a difference who you buy it from, unless you have a preference for a particular retailer. This means that if you are interested in the 3 month membership, it will be priced at $7.99, while the 12 month membership will retail for $19.99.
Reports from last year suggested that Netflix for the Nintendo Switch was ready for launch and pending approval from Nintendo. That clearly did not happen as fast forward more than half a year later, we're still waiting. In fact earlier this year there were reports that suggested that Netflix for the Switch would still be quite a ways away.
However could Nintendo surprise us at E3 2018? According to a recent listing on Best Buy, it seems that they have hinted that both Netflix and YouTube will be available on the Nintendo Switch. The listing also mentions Hulu which is already launched on the Switch, so it seems that there is a chance this listing could be accurate.
It has not even been a couple of months since Sony unveiled the Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona back in February. If you liked what you saw and wanted to pick one up then you will be delighted to find out that Sony’s latest smartphones will soon be available for purchase from Amazon and Best Buy in the United States. Many Sony fans will likely be interested in these handsets given that they come with some substantial design changes that were missing from previous iterations.
Some of the design changes that Sony has made include a curved glass back for the XZ2 and slimmer bezels on both models. They also adopt the 18:9 aspect ratio for the display which is a big trend this year as well as a rear fingerprint sensor.
The 2018 Acura RDX, MDX and TLX have received 2018 Consumer Guide Automotive Best Buy Awards in their respective segments. The three Acura models were selected by the Consumer Guide Automotive editorial team based on a number of criteria including performance, features, accommodations, fuel efficiency, resale value and price.
The 2018 Acura RDX, receiving the Best Buy Award for the sixth consecutive year, continues to be one of the most balanced SUVs on the market, in terms of dynamic performance and fuel efficiency. It seats five adults comfortably and has a long list of desirable features including a powerful V6 engine and available AcuraWatch™ suite of safety and driver assistive technologies.
Fresh off its global premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show, the eye-catching Mazda Vision Coupe has made its U.S. debut at the LA Auto Show.
Although Mazda has yet to say whether or not it intends to bring the Vision Coupe into production, its gorgeous design has dropped jaws in Los Angeles and looks to be the perfect recipe for a large and luxurious sports sedan from the company.
Mitsubishi was pretty hot on the rally circuit in the 1970s and a lot of what it learned in the dirt was translated into its road cars.
The Lancer GSR 1600 of 1974 was a repeat winner in the most grueling rally in the world at the time: the Safari Rally of Kenya, earning it the nickname King of Cars. This lowly 1982-1988 (the ad says 1979) Lancer started life as an already-sporty 1800 GSR, which would have pushed out 135 hp from its 1.8-liter turbo engine, but obviously, the owner wasn’t happy with that, so what was their solution?
The all-new 2018 Honda Accord was named the Overall Best Buy of 2018 by Kelley Blue Book (KBB) as Honda vehicles took top honors in 7 of twelve 'Best Buy' award categories. The all-new Accord bested every other new vehicle in the market because, according to the expert team of editors and evaluators at KBB, "it outclasses the competition in almost every meaningful measure. It also sells for far less than the average new car while providing more features, better fuel economy and a more proven reputation for quality and reliability."
Honda led the industry with seven 2018 Best Buy winners including: