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Seriously. We heard it straight from the CEO's lips.
We recently sat down with Atari CEO Fred Chesnais and COO Todd Shallbetter to discuss Atari's bankruptcy proceedings, how the company to stay relevant after forty years in the industry, and...an Asteroids reboot?
If a new report is to be believed, Microsoft is working on PC-based streaming of Xbox games.
A fun twist: The head of Mojang once told Microsoft to "stop trying to ruin the PC as an open platform."
"The last couple of years working with VR here, I’ve felt more like myself than I have in a long time."
The Sims 4's encroaching pixelization is the latest in a long line of hilarious anti-piracy efforts.
Remember that scene in Battlestar Galactica where the ship warps in the atmosphere? Dreadnaught is that scene, but playable.
This is the gaming news you need to know from the first week of September.
And even better: The final hardware design for the consumer version of the Oculus Rift is already locked in.
Slaughtering zombies with whatever's at hand while dressed in ridiculous costumes is fun, even if the PC port of this Xbox One launch title is perfunctory.
Rock Band creator Harmonix has another new game and this time it's an ultra-hard shoot-em-up. Plus it comes out in October. We got a chance to try it out at PAX.
Sure, you can play these games alone, but they're way better with a buddy.
No, really. It does. This Saints Row IV expansion takes the series to new depths -- and new heights, thanks to Johnny Gat's demon wings.
Lords of the Rings: Shadow of Mordor doesn't truly feel like Lord of the Rings, but the lore is there and it's still a blast to play.
The iconic Area-51 is back, and this time it really looks like a UFO. But the Alienware gaming PC's bizarre shape cures some case-design woes in a surprisingly pragmatic fashion.