Sony's latest console is poised to perform well over the coming years, but right now it’s mostly a black box of potential.
Diablo III gets an expansion, Heroes of the Storm gets an open beta, and Blizzard gets Blink-182. This is BlizzCon 2013.
Jeri Ellsworth and Rick Johnson designed the CastAR for games, but the tech itself is innovative enough to change the field of wearable computing.
The new Xbox Live Cloud Compute system could lead to games that never need to patch or update--if developers embrace it.
GTA V is a game with an awe-inspiring open world and a troubling narrative.
From hardware to software, much of the games business is stagnant, and that’s inspiring some of the biggest names in the biz to talk a big game about giving the industry a much-needed kick in the pants.
Crowd games thrive at IndieCade, an ideal showcase for games designed to let you look into your opponent’s eyes and hear the roar of a cheering crowd at your back.
The Rig is an excellent all-around headset with some unnecessary features that drive up the price.
Chrome's high-end Bravo Night bag is comfortable, unobtrusive—and can handle just about anything you throw into it.
The "Steam Box" is real, it's coming in 2014, and 300 randomly-selected volunteers are going to get to test the prototype.
The man who led Nintendo to kick start the home console market died Thursday of pneumonia at a Japanese hospital.
Valve announces the new Family Sharing system will enter beta testing next month.
Jason, Alex, and Armando geek out on the sublime Saints Row 4, look forward to the impending release of GTA V, and discuss what makes a great open-world game.
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