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Plus...Geometry Wars? Once thought dead, Sierra's back in a new role: Activision's "indie incubator."
Harebrained Schemes (Shadowrun) explores the future of digitally-enhanced board games with Golem Arcana—but it'll cost you.
One hand occupied? Have a few minutes to kill? These are some great games you can easily play with one hand.
Fourteen years after the disastrous Daikatana, Romero returns to the genre that made him famous.
Export to Xbox One will be available in the fourth quarter
IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad uses a 90-year-old Stalingrad veteran as a consultant. Ilya Muromets was commissioned by the Russian Military Historical Society. Heck, 1C Game Studios even considers mouse-and-keyboard controls 'an experiment.'
Plus a military dictatorship bans a dictatorship simulator and someone sues Sony over 1080p resolution—this is your must-know gaming news for the week of August 4.
Activision revived the old Sierra website late Thursday, teasing news to come at Gamescom. Is it a new game? An old game?
The game streaming giant also changed up the rules for archives, eliminating the ability to archive full-length streams for longer than sixty days.
Origin's On-the-House program gets weird, giving away acclaimed classic (and Star Citizen's spiritual predecessor) Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger. Did I mention Mark Hamill is in it?
Based on the 2002 Gamecube remake, in 2015 we'll receive an updated HD-ified version of Resident Evil for PC and other platforms.
After a successful Kickstarter run, Wasteland 2 is almost ready for release. We sit down with InXile head Brian Fargo to discuss a sequel 25 years in the making.
2K China, the same team that ported XCOM: Enemy Unknown to iPads and iPhones, is now bringing BioShock to iOS devices—but do you want it?
Xbox One preps for a high sale price in China, we take a look at a futuristic motorcycle helmet and robotics help doctors be more precise.
Plus: Doom now runs on an ATM and wooo boy it looks like Crytek's in trouble.
The group has ties to the Chinese hacker underground and uses custom tools to attack companies, researchers from Dell SecureWorks said