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As part of Microsoft's efforts to bring WIndows and Xbox closer together, it'll finally release an Xbox One wireless controller adapter for PCs.
For 20 minutes, I existed in an immersive world unlike the one I live and breathe in every day.
Nvidia's lightweight game console will struggle to find a market, but it already has at least one buyer.
With the release set for 2016, the prototype has a 5.7-inch OLED display and supports 120 frames-per-second output
Valve's taken the wraps off its Steam Machine plans for GDC 2015, and the biggest surprise is the Steam Link, a tiny set-top box built solely as a Steam in-home streaming conduit.
The next-gen Source engine is here, 11 years after the first version shipped with Counter-Strike: Source and Half-Life 2
As expected, Steam Machines are back in action at the Game Developers Conference. Syber kicked things off by announcing 6 new models.
The new Unity 5 Personal Edition doesn't cost a dime, and developers that make under $100,000 a year won't have to pay royalties, either.
3D Realms' new game is big, dumb, and explosive—exactly what you'd expect from a prominent developer of first person shooters. Except this isn't an FPS.
Vulkan, the built-from-scratch OpenGL successor, aims to give game developers far more control over PC hardware, unlocking new levels of performance. Think of it as an open-standard counterpart to Microsoft's Windows-only DirectX 12.
AMD said it won't release a public software development kit for its graphics API as DirectX12 and the next-gen OpenGL releases approach.
Blizzard's venerable MMO isn't going free-to-play, but it's dabbling in alternative payment schemes nevertheless.
InXile expands its plans for the award-winning CRPG with news of a visual overhaul, thanks to Unity 5.
But you'll need to pay a royalty if you ship an Unreal Engine 4 creation that sees success.
Sid Meier's Starships is a bit like playing Civilization without the thirty-hour time commitment.
Now that Europa Universalis has a Custom Nation designer, the most important questions can be solved definitively.