Twitch beats Pokemon, Batman gets his license, and you turned into Jerry Seinfeld—this is gaming news for the week of March 3.
Shadowrun Returns was already good, but Dragonfall makes improvements on every front.
Woody from Toy Story hijacking cars. The Kool-Aid Man trying to hit you with a car. And GTA meets Flappy Bird? These wacky mods are just plain weird, and oh so glorious.
At this year's Game Developers Conference Microsoft will finally show off the new generation of its graphics API—six years in the making.
Gabe Newell and Co. took to Reddit yesterday to answer fan questions. Sorry, Half Life 3 was not announced.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is pure fan-service, but that's not all bad.
Get your hands on Microsoft's ambitious development tool/game by signing up for the beta today.
A former reality TV star sues a Rockstar, Minecraft goes Hollywood, a King tries to give candy back to those it stole from, and a Nintendo investor tries to ruin Mario forever—this is intriguing game news you may have missed for the week of February 24.
With Loot 2.0, it's almost like the original Diablo III never existed. Almost.
The first built-for-Rift film has arrived. Witness what it's like to be at E3, or take part in a military training simulation. Same thing, really.
Between Twitch and Titanfall, March 11 is shaping up to be a busy day for the Xbox One.
They rebooted Thief, and it's not as bad as everyone feared—but also not as good as everyone hoped.
For the week of February 17: the best Humble Bundle in ages, people caring about the US Postal Service, and our favorite bird on a skateboard makes his triumphant (maybe) return.
Starting with the March update, Microsoft will be soliciting feedback from users on its Xbox One updates.
The popular shooter is free to play this weekend and this weekend only.
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