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And it's strangely reminiscent of another stripped-down fighting game, Divekick.
The World's Greatest Detective needs time to fix his problems. Quite a bit more time.
Microsoft says game streaming will require the latest build of the Xbox app and Windows 10. A host of other features are in the offing, too.
Plus: Just Cause 3 turns into a Choose Your Own Adventure and someone's making a new Warhammer 40,000 action-RPG. This is gaming news for July 13.
Oculus Touch could be a fantastic piece of hardware, as long as developers actually take advantage of it.
With the Xbox One platformer Chariot, Philips Hue bulbs change color and brightness in sync with the on-screen action.
A proper game demo? In 2015? This isn't an episode of The Twilight Zone, right?
Palmer Luckey insists the Rift will be an open platform.
Nintendo president Iwata dies...China tops supercomputer ranking again...Facebook wants to put music videos in your feed
Satoru Iwata's death comes as Nintendo tries to move to mobile. He was loved by fans, and there's no clear successor yet.
A pop-out player lets you continue watching streams on your Android phone, even as you switch from app to app.
Crookz's 70s-tinged heists drop you into the middle of things without a lifeline, and it's utterly refreshing.
Plus: You can buy Black Ops III with a mini-fridge, and Bard's Tale IV enters its last few hours on Kickstarter. This is gaming news for the week of July 6.
The new pre-sequel, titled 'Siege of Dragonspear,' will reputedly tack on over 25 hours of new content to Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition.
The Xbox One's not the only platform that can do backwards compatibility.