Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
The vision is gone, and Microsoft is left with Frankenstein of a console, pieced together from the putrid remains of an old Xbox 360 carcass and the shining vision-on-a-hill of what the Xbox One was intended to be.
Sales of Sony's PlayStation 4 console were overshadowed by massive marketing costs as the company exits the PC business.
Mandatory Kinect: Gone. Xbox Live Gold subscription requirement for streaming media apps: Gone. The Xbox One of today is officially no longer the Xbox One Microsoft intended, but that's a good thing for everyone.
GOG.com and the Humble Store take different approaches to their spring sales, but the end result is the same: Dirt-cheap PC games.
Reports suggest Microsoft is about to stop making you pay a second time to access streaming content through your Xbox. Finally.
Clockwork Empires makes me uncomfortable, but in a good way.
Oculus wants to create a virtual reality MMO, Driveclub makes inappropriate decisions, and Sunset Overdrive turns graphics to eleven.
You can use it to tell when your controller is on or to aid the PlayStation Eye, but the real reason Sony put the light bar on the DualShock 4 was virtual reality.
Think Gum, EEG headsets, and the world's first Personal Brainer—the Neurogaming Conference returns in 2014 as one of the most entertaining, futuristic, and downright crazy conferences of the year.
Epic announced "the future of Unreal Tournament" today. It's finally coming, it's mod-friendly, and it's free. Headshots fired.
Last week CCP unveiled a monument in Reykjavik commemorating EVE Online players, only to see it defaced immediately. Now, the community ratted out the perpetrators.
Bethesda Softworks announced Thursday that it needs six more months of work on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Elder Scrolls Online, pushing the release date back from June to this holiday season.
Some of Steam's servers seem to be having issues downloading games right now. Potential fixes inside.
China recently ended a ban on foreign-made game consoles
Xbox chief Phil Spencer puts the kibosh on a dedicated portable Xbox console, instead implying that Windows Phone is the future.