Don't-Miss E3 Stories
The first annual Horizon conference showcased a ton of exciting indie games, including new games from noted developers Robin Hunicke, Keita Takahashi and Phil Fish.
Indie game makers talk about their efforts at the first ever Horizon Event in Los Angeles.
Rocksmith, edutainment software that teaches you how to play a real guitar under the guise of a Rock Band or Guitar Hero-esque game, now morphs into Rocksmith 2014, which has an exciting new tool called Session Mode.
You may not be able to go to the biggest gaming show of the year, but if you look at enough photos, it’s just like being there.
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!
Targeting gaming and multimedia enthusiasts, AMD announced a 5GHz processor at E3 in Los Angeles.
Hard to find PC booths and content at this year's E3
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.