Don't-Miss E3 Stories
PopCap Games has grown some seriously furious foliage
Microsoft earns some much-needed goodwill with an E3 press conference packed with exciting new games.
A few familiar faces join old favorites as Microsoft unveils the titles we'll be soon be playing on the Xbox One. Here's a roundup of the best new games announced Monday at E3.
Microsoft’s Project Spark gives players the tools they need to create worlds and games, then share them online.
Microsoft revealed the price and release date (well, month) at its E3 press conference.
The upcoming Xbox One may get all the glory, but the aging Xbox 360 isn't done quite yet.
Here are details on the Xbox One and other announcements made Monday from Microsoft's press event at the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles. Click the link to replay the event with our added commentary and coverage.
Microsoft Xbox One owners will be able to sell and share games, Microsoft said on Thursday, although third-party publishers can opt out if they choose.
Microsoft's new-look operating systems are finally getting a Halo game of their own.
Nvidia's CEO showed an updated version of the company's Shield portable gaming device at the Computex trade show Tuesday, and said it will start shipping the device later this month to customers who pre-ordered it.
Electronic Arts is dropping its unpopular Online Pass program not only for new titles, but for its existing line as well.
Ashutosh Saxena bought an Xbox to play computer games at home, but discovered that the Kinect motion-detection technology it includes provides a rich tool for his robotics lab where he's trying to create robots that learn what humans are up to and try to help out.