Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Jeri Ellsworth and Rick Johnson designed the CastAR for games, but the tech itself is innovative enough to change the field of wearable computing.
Sony just announced its lineup of PlayStation launch day entertainment apps, but music fans will find themselves suffering in silence.
The new Xbox Live Cloud Compute system could lead to games that never need to patch or update--if developers embrace it.
Microsoft’s Windows 8 platform has taken a lot of flak since release, but developers still think success is right around the corner—provided Microsoft steps up its game.
The first Steam Machines will likely debut at January's CES show, with commercially available consoles coming in mid-2014.
And lo, Batman rolled his rock up the hill of Gotham one more time, only to see Joker send it careening back towards the ground.
Among the great games we're playing this week are something slow, something fast, and something in between.
Sony dishes the dirt on the PS4's hard drive, game caching, media playback, PS3 peripheral compatibility and more.
Madfinger Games’ latest free-to-play zombie game may be a bit eager with in-app purchases, but don’t let that stop you.
Valve’s popular PC game store and online service now has more than 65 million active accounts.
White House advisor Mark DeLoura talked at Gamesbeat 2013 today about video games, violence, and education. The result? Math Blaster 2014, hopefully.
The update Nvidia pushed to its Shield gaming handheld is jam-packed with new features, additional game support, and Android 4.3.
Three weeks before the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft's revealing more details about its next-gen gaming console.