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Surprise! After six years of development, that Doom sequel/reboot/something still exists.
Despite the rumors, managing director Gabe Newell swears his company doesn't care about your gross browsing habits.
Despite BioShock Infinite's critical acclaim and good sales, Ken Levine announced that Irrational is closing its doors and laying off all but fifteen people.
Sony appears to be pulling ahead in the popularity horse race for next-generation gaming consoles.
Harmonix talked to us about its new game at D.I.C.E. and it's about as far from Rock Band as anything could be.
“Lot of people asked for better deals on our digital marketplace, so we’re testing some,” says Microsoft exec.
EVE: Valkyrie is the first exclusive launch title for the Oculus Rift headset, and the improvements in the latest Rift prototype make it far more immersive than before.
In this week's Staff Picks column, learn why the iOS game Threes is associate editor Serenity Caldwell's new favorite time-sink.
Flappy bird was awful. These games are not.
When the PlayStation Vita arrives, it will include a copy of Borderlands 2 and a memory card that allows you to actually play the game.
Creator Dong Nguyen takes to Twitter, says "I cannot take this anymore."
Knuckles gets fat and a deaf man miraculously becomes un-deaf. This is all the gaming news you might've missed for the week of February 7.
Space dogfighting has never been so immersive as it is in EVE: Valkyrie, and CCP's killer VR demo has been gobbled up by Oculus Rift.
A centralized way to view and manage installed content leads the changes in Microsoft's February 11 update for its gaming console.
Subscribers to the premium version of Major League Baseball's streaming service will be able to watch games on the latest versions of the Microsoft and Sony gaming consoles.