Don't-Miss Game Stories
The first built-for-Rift film has arrived. Witness what it's like to be at E3, or take part in a military training simulation. Same thing, really.
Where's My Droid and Speed Night were cited as the most downloaded malicious apps.
Surprise! After six years of development, that Doom sequel/reboot/something still exists.
Despite BioShock Infinite's critical acclaim and good sales, Ken Levine announced that Irrational is closing its doors and laying off all but fifteen people.
Higher clock speeds for gamers; same double-precision for developers.
Happy Valentine's Day! EA begs for your love with free Dungeon Keeper, Twitch.tv consumes its parent, and Flappy Bird lives...kind of.
Jason Holtman, who helped build the popular Steam PC gaming service, leaves Microsoft after just six months.
Sesame Workshop offers its own take on Flappy Bird with Flappy Bert.
EVE: Valkyrie is the first exclusive launch title for the Oculus Rift headset, and the improvements in the latest Rift prototype make it far more immersive than before.
Knuckles gets fat and a deaf man miraculously becomes un-deaf. This is all the gaming news you might've missed for the week of February 7.
The Last of Us' domination was a victory of Seahawks-esque proportions, but did it really deserve all those awards?
The billionaire head of the enterprise software giant revealed his concerns at the HCM World conference on Thursday
The Internet retailer said the acquisition is part of its efforts to build innovative games for customers
Everquest Next Landmark is poised to potentially shake up the stagnant MMO industry, but it's the features you won't see that I miss most.
Space dogfighting has never been so immersive as it is in EVE: Valkyrie, and CCP's killer VR demo has been gobbled up by Oculus Rift.