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Over the weekend news broke that Google is making a bid for Twitch.tv. It's not nearly as bad as it sounds.
Diablo III celebrates its birthday, the Stanley Parable finds its way into Dota 2, and somebody actually cares about the Wii U's sales numbers—this is the gaming news you need to know for the week of May 12.
The Xbox One's first major new Halo game gets a subtitle and a timeframe.
And this time, we're going to the Himalayas.
Add another big title to this summer's blockbuster releases: Flappy Bird is coming back to smartphones.
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.
Oculus wants to create a virtual reality MMO, Driveclub makes inappropriate decisions, and Sunset Overdrive turns graphics to eleven.
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.
EA's giving away its classic space horror game Dead Space for free to kick off Origin's new 'On the House' initiative.
Comcast and Electronic Arts are working to deliver both casual and top-tier games via your cable box, according to a report. The service appears to be called "Xfinity Games Powered by Origin".
Disney Infinity 2.0, BioShock in Unreal Engine 4, and an Xbox for China—April 28 marked a week of new beginnings, and we have all the best gaming news inside.
Prepare ship for ludicrous speed!