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If you weren't already convinced by Buzz Aldrin punching someone in the face, Nvidia would like a few words with you conspiracy theorists.
The Xbox One was originally slated to arrive in China this week on Sept. 23.
Samsung's Gear VR headset isn't perfect, but the first big-name VR headset to market makes an impressive debut nonetheless.
At this weekend's Oculus Connect conference in Los Angeles, CA the virtual reality company announced the new Crescent Bay prototype.
This is the games news you need to know for the week of September 19. (There's finally an Xbox One controller built for PCs!)
Wasteland 2 embraces its CRPG legacy to become one of the finest--if bleakest--games released in recent memory.
Sure, a bunch of PC games were delayed until 2015, but there are still a slew of highly anticipated titles coming out in time for the holidays.
The Dragonfall expansion for Shadowrun Returns can now be purchased as a standalone campaign for only $15, with a bunch of new content included.
Spacecom strips both the mechanics and graphics of strategy games down to the barest of bones, but keeps a satisfying amount of depth.
Activision's Destiny MMO/shooter hybrid for the Xbox and PlayStation franchises is the "Best-Selling New Video Game Franchise Launch" of all time -- whatever that means.
The catch? It doesn't feature Cherry MX switches. Also, it's awfully expensive.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft's chief executive, says Minecraft is a learning tool. Thus the $2.5 billion Mojang acquisition.
Microsoft's $2.5 billion acquisition of Mojang could give it the money to take Minecraft to the next level, or it could shackle it with proprietary restrictions. Let's hope for the former.
Microsoft is buying Minecraft maker Mojang for $2.5 billion, and Notch is saying goodbye.
Insert joke about how it's still less powerful than an actual gaming laptop.
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