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Nintendo believes the future is bright for video game consoles
Last night I played Assassin's Creed IV on an 8-year-old MacBook with integrated graphics, thanks to the power of the stream.
Nintendo will not bring games to cell phones. Not yet, anyway.
Whether you're in it for the competition or watch someone else lose for a change, these games are the most fun to sit back, relax, and watch to your heart's content.
China recently lifted a 13-year-old ban on gaming consoles
Epic's lauded Gears of War franchise helped Microsoft sell the Xbox 360, and now Redmond hopes it can do the same on the Xbox One.
Acquisition of the company and its staff helps to improve Yahoo's own engineering prowess.
Steam. Small and modular designs. Glowing keyboards. Did we say Steam? It's going to be a very good year for gaming hardware.
If laughter is the best medicine, then Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance could cure cancer.
Valve's quickly eliminating SteamOS's biggest technical headaches, though these early builds are still only for the brave.
An application crash has sparked hundreds of complaints as Sony works on a fix
Is a man not entitled to upgrade his PC whenever? “No!” says the man at Alienware.
The console wars heat up with a bit of friendly astroturfing: Microsoft secretly paid for YouTube games platform Machinima to produce positive Xbox One content.
Double Fine's ode to classic '90s adventure games is full of potential, but lacks the depth to make it a classic in its own right.
Microsoft's Xbox One outsold all others during the month of December, continuing its trend of outselling all other game consoles within the U.S.