Don't-Miss E3 Stories
While seeing a demo of Sonic Lost World for Nintendo Wii, Nate Ralph wonders whatever happened to the close connections between mascots like Sonic and Mario and gaming consoles.
While Microsoft catches hell for a next-gen console that won’t play games without frequent Internet access, developers are building games that all but require you to play online.
Here are our picks, from the superslim Razer Blade to a red-hot AMD rig, many wild accessories, and even a Commodore 64!
The M.O.JO. and C.T.R.L.R. sound ridiculous, but they incorporate a few smart design decisions that could make Android gaming on your HDTV worthwhile.
Microsoft guided us through a beta version of its upcoming game creation tool behind closed doors at E3 2013.
Ouya's rogue presence irks tradeshow organizers.
Square Enix gave reporters a chance to ask a few questions about Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts at E3. Unfortunately, CEO Yosuke Matsuda didn't have many answers.
Super Mario 3D World encourages cooperation, but that’s no way to win.
Microsoft's displays tin ear and manages to insult Internet-less consumers and military personnel alike by telling them to stay with current-generation hardware.
Bethesda's new horror title features a creepy atmosphere, horrific enemies, and interesting story-telling.
Oculus Rift’s virtual worlds became even more immersive at E3 with the addition of a 1080p display and Unreal Engine 4 support.