The summer season signals the need for a new wardrobe, plenty of outdoor accessories, and maybe some nice gadgets as a treat. And since so many items are on sale for Memorial Day, we've picked out a few of our faves.
We absolutely loved the N64 and Gamecube installments in the "Paper Mario" series, and this legitimately seems like that old magic might finally be back! Pre-order now, and have it ready to go at launch.
Masks are a new way to express ourselves, and we want to make the most of it. Every time you buy one of these masks, an independent artist gets paid, and Teepublic will donate a medical-grade mask to Direct Relief.
This "Central Perk" set has all six of the core cast plus the ever-put-upon Gunther. It's maybe a little cheesy, but the 90s nostalgia here is just too strong to pass up. After all, we could all use a little cheese.
PlatinumGames, the folks who made "Bayonetta" and "Nier: Automata" put out an incredible game on the Wii U that didn't get nearly enough love. "The Wonderful 101: Remastered" is nearly here, and pre-orders are available now.
By mid-March, Ryan Light, Pistol Lake's CEO, was unsure if he'd be able to keep employees staffed or if the warehouse or sewers could even legally operate. Thankfully, Light came up with the ever-rare win-win-win trifecta.
Over at Teepublic, you can find loads of beautiful, funny and straight-up chic cloth masks created by independent designers. And not only will your purchase benefit the original artists, Teepublic is also donating surgical masks to help frontline healthcare providers.
The Surface Pro 7 is a very powerful Windows tablet, but it's pretty pricey. Opt for a renewed model instead, and you'll save some significant cash. And since Amazon stands behind this with a 90-day guarantee, you won't be stuck with a lemon. Accessories sold separately.
Teepublic has a curated selection of the very best Star Trek gear in the world. Not only are you getting a shirt or mug that shows off your fandom, but you're supporting the independent designers who actually made it.