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Forget Sony's Project Morpheus, the original consumer VR forerunner has a few new tricks up its virtual sleeve.
The battle for fooling your eyeballs continues.
“The History of Nintendo” exhibit at GDC featured some of the company’s biggest milestones, including the Nintendo Entertainment System from 1985, and a mini arcade with classics like Donkey Kong, Tetris and Pac-Man.
The rumors were true: Sony is bringing a virtual reality headset to the PlayStation 4. And it works even if you wear glasses.
The search giant and the media titan totally get along now.
This War of Mine is a war game, but Call of Duty it ain't.
After a brief attempt at video game trade-ins four years ago, Walmart is getting back in the game.
Amazon is rumored to be prepping a streaming stick that streams not only video like the Roku's HDMI stick, but also top-tier games like OnLive.
Veronica Mars made $2 million at the box office despite being available on home video, with videos delivered to its most devoted Kickstarter backers. So maybe home video and movie theaters can coexist?
Google looks beyond Android to make its gaming services more popular.
Instead of using Ultraviolet, backers can buy though iTunes or Amazon and get a full rebate.
Popcorn Time, the "Netflix for pirates," is back after the original team gave up on the project, presumably due to legal pressures.
The Google-Motorola marriage wasn't exactly a match made in Heaven, a new report suggests.
The Oculus Rift may soon have some more friends: The Stereoscopic 3D Gaming Alliance rebrands itself and expands its focus to include hot gaming technologies such as gesture control and virtual reality.