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Microsoft has three new bundles coming for Xbox fans around the world and the biggest common feature between them is they all lack a Kinect motion camera.
Risen 3 is like opening a bag of chips, only to find that 90 percent of it is full of air instead of chips. And then eating those chips anyway because you're hungry.
Harebrained Schemes (Shadowrun) explores the future of digitally-enhanced board games with Golem Arcana—but it'll cost you.
One hand occupied? Have a few minutes to kill? These are some great games you can easily play with one hand.
Nvidia scores with the highest-performaning Android tablet, but non-gamers may find it hard to live with some of the tablet's annoyances.
Plus a military dictatorship bans a dictatorship simulator and someone sues Sony over 1080p resolution—this is your must-know gaming news for the week of August 4.
The game streaming giant also changed up the rules for archives, eliminating the ability to archive full-length streams for longer than sixty days.
Based on the 2002 Gamecube remake, in 2015 we'll receive an updated HD-ified version of Resident Evil for PC and other platforms.
2K China, the same team that ported XCOM: Enemy Unknown to iPads and iPhones, is now bringing BioShock to iOS devices—but do you want it?
After nearly six months, Dong Nguyen has officially re-released Flappy Bird. The question is "Does anyone care?"
Plus: Doom now runs on an ATM and wooo boy it looks like Crytek's in trouble.
You can now stream a selection of PlayStation 3 titles to your PlayStation 4 for ad-hoc backwards compatibility. It's going to cost you, though.
EA Access is exclusive to the Xbox One, but Sony doesn't want it anyway.
EA Access will allow you to play a handful of EA titles for $5 per month or $30 per year, including Madden and Battlefield 4.