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Sony continues to spin off struggling divisions, including its video and audio business
With SimCity and Cities XXL a disaster, all eyes turn to Cities: Skylines. We got some hands-on time prior to its March 10 release date. So far, things look good.
22 years after Doom's release, a mod is bringing present-day social media crazes to the game.
Plus: Godus is dead, see the world through Rico's eyes in a new Just Cause 3 trailer, and more.
Fujitsu's "RehaYell" is a rehab exercise game which uses Microsoft's Kinect motion sensor to improve your flexibility and range of motion.
Remember how people were kind of upset about Evolve's DLC ambitions? I think we're starting to see the full scope.
Got a gaming laptop and wishing you had one of the latest Nvidia GPUs? There just might be hope for you if you're not afraid of a little thermal paste.
Does this mean that long-awaited Fallout 4 announcement? If that's not what it means, people might burn Los Angeles to the ground.
Asteroids as a base-building survival sim sounds insane. But maybe it's the right kind of crazy?
Netflix is working closely with Nintendo on the series, according to a Wall Street Journal report
Also: Ultima Underworld comes back from the dead, Mortal Kombat X hardware requirements, and Dying Light meets Mario.
Mortal Kombat X refines Mortal Kombat's reboot of the storied, spine-ripping franchise.
Shadow of Mordor ran away with the show -- until another game swooped in to steal Game of the Year at the last second.
Obsidian's Baldur's Gate-style RPG revival won't be released until March, but apparently the company is already moving forward with a sequel. Bold move, Cotton.