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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.
Thanks to publishers' spoiling all their surprises ahead of time, we already have a pretty good idea what to expect at E3 2015.
What's an enormous corporation to do when its acquisition plans are foiled? Apparently the answer is "try to grind the competition into fine purple dust."
We plumbed through Steam's steamiest jungles and driest deserts to come up with some of the Summer Sale's best bargains—away from the front page.
The PlayStation 4 has sold more than 20 million units to date, according to Sony
The Rift will ship by March of next year with an Xbox One game controller.
Oculus Rift's long-awaited consumer version might not beat the Vive to market, but it's not going down without a fight. We've got the latest details inside.
Blue skies, the smell of sunscreen, and the sound of wallets crying out in terror—it's time for the biggest games sale of the year.
Eating human meat, experimenting on human embryos, and surfing the Internet—this is Technobabylon's cyberpunk world.
Apple Music probed for antitrust violations... North Korea rattles cyber-saber
If Microsoft "cares" so much about the open nature of PC gaming, maybe it should stop locking things away behind arbitrary walls.
With the E3 gaming conference looming, the console wars are ramping up--and Xbox One needs every edge it can get against the dominant PlayStation platform.
Virtual reality has been '10 years away for 40 years,' says one CEO, but it's now on our doorstep
Valve's Steam Machine lineup is as varied in hardware as it is in price. Here's everything we know about all 15 models announced thus far.