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Watch Dogs is beautiful, but it doesn't do anything to change up the same core game we've seen since Grand Theft Auto III. This game is "next-gen" in the looks department only.
China recently ended its ban on foreign-made gaming consoles, so Sony and Microsoft are hoping to reap the rewards of doing business in that country.
We've fallen into a parallel universe—Atari wants to get back into the hardware market. That story and more as we compile all the games-related news you need to know for the week of May 19.
Advances in development tools and mobile hardware are making mobile devices a lot more attractive to game makers.
Who pays $60 for PC games? Not you, after reading this.
Tropico 5 is the best Tropico yet—but the changes might not be big enough to suck you into yet another Caribbean-themed city builder.
Samsung's first foray into virtual reality may be powered by Galaxy smartphones.
Add Epic to the growing number of game developers with Flappy Bird clones.
Game publisher ZeniMax is demanding compensation for intellectual property allegedly used by Oculus
One super-powerful monster and four heavily armed hunters enter an environment. Meet Evolve.
Get ready to run Far Cry 3 on a 2006-era MacBook, just for fun.
Users will be able to tack on any USB 3.0 drive with at least 256 GB of storage.
Low frame rates, texture pop-in and weird white screens run rampant, according to a several reports.
Every aspect of Transistor is painstakingly crafted, from its compelling combat to its sharp graphics to Darren Korb's haunting soundtrack.
Civilization: Beyond Earth isn't a true Alpha Centauri sequel for legal reasons, but it totally is.