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The VR firm promises news on upcoming technology as it starts shipping its latest developer kits.
The Windows version of the second-generation Kinect hardware opened for preorders on the Microsoft Store over the weekend, with a higher-than-expected cost.
The virtual reality company works to keep developer versions of its headset off the black market to ensure actual developers will be able to get one.
This is your gaming news update for the week of June 30—Fox loves BioShock Infinite, Lindsay Lohan is upset she's relevant again, and Atari's serving up breakfast food at Denny's.
You'd better act fast, though—Turtle Rock Studios hopes to have the alpha list finalized by July 5.
It's still not the final consumer version, but a higher resolution and positional tracking make the Oculus Rift dev kit 2 far superior to the first version.
The Dead Island franchise is branching out yet again, this time into a story-driven psychological horror game. We got our hands on a quick demo—details inside.
But you're too late if you want in on the action: The $60 Ouya All-Access Pass sold out within hours.
Sniper Elite 3 improves on its predecessor, but is still more of a bloody gimmick than a game.
Somebody is making a game called Rock Simulator. No, seriously. Also, Oakland finally lifts an 80-year ban on pinball machines.
The new YouTube additions are bound to make gamers grin from ear to ear.
With the slow summer months stretching out ahead of us, it's time to look back on the best games released in the first half of 2014.
Gamers will now be able to save their games to the cloud and pick up where they left off, using new tools developed by Google.
Move over, Ouya—Razer's got its own Android-based microconsole on the way.
Sony is expanding its PlayStation Now service on Monday to the first of several devices that will get the game streaming service in the coming months.