The new virtual-reality headset drew a line at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco
The rumors were true: Sony is bringing a virtual reality headset to the PlayStation 4. And it works even if you wear glasses.
Sony has sold more than 5.3 million PlayStation 4 consoles as of Feb. 8, solidifying its lead over Microsoft's Xbox One.
An application crash has sparked hundreds of complaints as Sony works on a fix
Xbox One and PlayStation 4 dominated the headlines, but they weren't the only stories of interest to gamers in 2013.
Sony and Microsoft tried to entice consumers to buy their new consoles, while Nintendo struggled to hang on. Check out the biggest gaming stories of the year in this IDG News Service gaming review.
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Economist Steve Levitt posits a fascinating theory on why the crime rate has plummeted over the past two decades.
Only a "very small number" of consoles are affected by the issue, Microsoft says. It's working on getting replacement models to anyone reporting the issue.
Sony's latest console is poised to perform well over the coming years, but right now it’s mostly a black box of potential.
Fans of the Twitch.tv game streaming service will get to watch PlayStation 4 owners getting their game on -- but Xbox One owners will have to wait until next year.