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The console wars continue as PlayStation 4 bundles now start at $350.
May the Force be with Origin's servers.
Sony has bought Softkinetic, a Belgian developer of time-of-flight distance sensors, bringing it the technology to add motion capture to new devices
That's Microsoft's vision, but we won't know what the platform can really do until developers get their hands on it in early 2016.
Starting today, anyone can get a taste of Legacy of the Void with the three-mission Whispers of Oblivion mini-campaign.
After an ultra-long reveal stream and a leak, Ubisoft finally reveals the next Far Cry entry. The only question now is "Can we ride woolly mammoths?"
Nvidia bundles the latest Assassin's Creed or Rainbow Six with select GTX graphics cards. Your move, AMD.
Valve plans stores within stores at retailers to get Steam hardware in front of gamers
Microsoft's digital assistant arrives on the Xbox One in 2016, but Xbox One Experience Preview testers will get to try it later this year.
Microsoft is acquiring Havok, the makers of a popular physics engine for video games, from Intel.
Plus: Frictional releases a live-action SOMA prequel and EA announces a Mass Effect theme park ride. This is gaming news for September 28 - October 2.
After four long months, the Caped Crusader will finally finish up his walk of shame and go back on sale.
First Bossa made Surgeon Simulator. Then it made a game about being a slice of bread. But its new survival game is a different kind of ambitious.
After multiple delays, we finally get our hands on this claymation point-and-click. Good news: It runs.
WildStar was the most promising MMORPG of 2014, then the most disappointing MMORPG of 2014. Now it's (maybe) the most promising MMORPG of 2015?
Microsoft ceases active development on its Project Spark game creation tool.