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Ubisoft's E3 event was chock full of surprises compared to its counterparts.
Microsoft's massive E3 press event was all about the games, of course--but it also was about playing up the synergies between Microsoft's Windows and Xbox platforms.
Bethesda's first-ever E3 press event was a doozy, with details about a slew of upcoming titles that PC gamers are sure to drool over. Fallout 4 and Doom, anybody?
First there was Oculus. Then there was Valve. And now...Starbreeze? Surprise!
It's time for trailers, for loud dubstep, countless Inception-style bass drops, and "Welcome to the new age" hammered into your eardrums for hours on end. It's time for E3 2015.
This shouldn't be a big year for console news at E3, but that doesn't mean the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One couldn't use a few tweaks.
Shield is much pricier than your average set-top box, but aims to justify its $200 price tag with 4K streaming and a bunch of gaming options.
Google may not have won the bidding battle for Twitch, but it's not giving up the war for live game streaming.
Stream What You Own wants to break PC game streaming out of the walled gardens available today.
Twitch isn't adding this feature just to be nice. If YouTube is planning to game streaming as rumored, Twitch needs to up its own game.
Raptr's new Plays.TV social network was built for gamers who want to share video clips of their most glorious gaming moments with like-minded souls.
Not content with losing its Twitch purchase to Amazon last year, YouTube is apparently revamping its own live-streaming service to focus on games.