Razer is expanding its footprint from premium hardware and accessories into the competitive space of digital games distribution with the launch of its all-new Razer Game Store.
Live now in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and France, the Razer Game Store offers "thousands of digital games" for purchase in the form of a Steam or Uplay product key.
Can Razer's new endeavor offer discerning shoppers a better experience than what's already out there? Let's take a quick look at how everything works at the Razer Game Store.
How Does Razer Game Store Work?
Buy Games, Reap Rewards
Every purchase made at the Razer Game Store comes with extra rewards, future discounts, or other perks.
Razer's loyalty rewards currency, zSilver, is still in play here -- when you spend money at the store, you earn zSilver credit, which can be exchanged for discount vouchers or even hardware/accessories.
Microsoft's latest Xbox One exclusive, "Sea of Thieves", was released on March 20, 2018 to mixed feedback, but like the treasures sought after in the game, its true charm and potential lie just beneath the surface.
As pirates, "Sea of Thieves" players search for fame and fortune in a beautifully crafted, shared-world sandbox swimming pool, but does it offer enough excitement and adventure for a free-roaming role-playing game? I donned my best eye patch, and braved the unpredictable waves in pursuit of the answer.
Let this "Sea of Thieves" hands-on review be your guide to determining whether you should buy this game or not.
Special thanks for Microsoft for providing a copy of "Sea of Thieves" for this review.
Sea of Thieves Graphics: Don't Look Directly at the Sun!
Featuring a visual style reminiscent of Saturday morning cartoons, "Sea of Thieves" offers a world filled with fun details and some of the best environmental effects I've ever seen.
Sunrises, sunsets and the night's stars look absolutely gorgeous -- every screenshot feels like it could be a postcard from this imaginary world.