Sean Buckley

Associate Editor
Sean has a nasty habit of disassembling nearby gadgets. Although he usually gets everything reassembled in adequate working order, you probably shouldn't lend him your phone. He's a lifelong gamer, a comic-book nerd and an Eagle Boy Scout. A fortune cookie promised him he would one day work at Engadget. What else is there to know?

Articles by Sean Buckley

06.11.17
'Sea of Thieves' won't take you on an epic pirate adventure until 2018
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'Sea of Thieves' won't take you on an epic pirate adventure until 2018

This goofy, multiplayer pirate adventure isn't ready to set sail just yet.

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06.07.17
Two people spent 48 hours in nonstop virtual reality
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Two people spent 48 hours in nonstop virtual reality

Against the advice of every VR company they asked, this duo did it -- for science

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06.06.17
‘Arms’ is the successor to ‘Punch Out’ the Nintendo Switch needs
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‘Arms’ is the successor to ‘Punch Out’ the Nintendo Switch needs

Nintendo's new boxing game isn't a new 'Punch Out,' but it does have great fundamentals.

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06.01.17
Nintendo Switch online features will cost just $20 a year
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Nintendo Switch online features will cost just $20 a year

Nintendo's online approach is still weird, but at least it's cheap.

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06.01.17
VR headsets could soon be half the size of the Oculus Rift
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VR headsets could soon be half the size of the Oculus Rift

Sunglass-sized virtual reality goggles may be closer than we think. 

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05.31.17
A 3D printer gave my Nintendo Switch a real D-pad
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A 3D printer gave my Nintendo Switch a real D-pad

Making the Nintendo Switch better with nothing more than plastic and sticky tape.

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05.29.17
Alienware 15 review: Bigger, but not necessarily better
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Alienware 15 review: Bigger, but not necessarily better

Dell’s 15-inch Alienware is a solid machine, but it’s a little on the large side.

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