Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Would you pay for a TV show's pilot episode? What if it were written by Hideo Kojima?
January 12-16 will be a week that lives in gaming infamy. Or at least was pretty interesting, I guess. Or, well, at least there was some news you might've missed.
Why is Microsoft Xbox chief Phil Spencer at the Windows 10 event next week? Plus: That $50 Xbox One price cut is on again.
Spoiler: Attila the Hun is a bad, bad dude, and that whole 'Fall of Rome' thing? Yeah, that was pretty messed up too.
The game's called Shadowrun: Hong Kong, and it's coming this summer. Details inside.
You thought GTA V was releasing at the end of this month? Rockstar's here to slap you with cold, hard reality.
NZXT's $100 Doko uses Gigabit Ethernet and USB over IP technology to stream your entire PC to your TV.
This is a story all about how my vision got flip-turned upside down and I almost threw up on a Dying Light producer. And it was awesome.
But it's not a sequel! Beamdog says the new game will take place between Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II.
Plus BioShock concept art, Dying Light gets a live-action promo and...Microsoft is bringing back Xbox Live avatars?
Razer attacks living room with a new micro-console and the holy grail of living room PC gaming: a lapboard.
Also, the Steam Machine name is apparently 'pretty much dead.' Rest in peace.
Samsung's Milk VR app will stock the Gear VR headset with virtual reality videos from the NBA, Marvel, Red Bull, and others.
Take note, console-first companies: Optimization makes everybody happy.
What if you could go back in time when Microsoft first released Windows and give away a free, open source OS? That's the disruptive take Razer is going to take with virtual reality that could very well change the course of VR.
Razer's new Forge TV leets you take Android gaming to the big screen and will even let you stream your PC games too.
Yes, it includes Oregon Trail and Incredible Machine and King's Quest and Duke Nukem 3D and all your favorites.
Just in case Facebook doesn't do the right thing with Oculus Rift, Razer's offering an alternative: Open Source VR that could democratize virtual reality.