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The games industry lost its collective mind this week.
Microsoft's saw a big boost for its console sales after removing the much-maligned Kinect peripheral from the Xbox One, but it still wasn't enough to knock the PlayStation 4 from the top spot.
ESPN seemingly dubs e-sports 'real sports,' partnering with Valve to stream the entire tournament live.
One of the first to fall as part of Microsoft's layoffs is its Xbox Entertainment Studios, although some of the company's flagship media offerings will remain unscathed.
The payment notifications ended up in a junk mail folder, a Sony executive says.
'There's no doubt that in a short period of time with the Oculus and things like what we're doing combined, you'll have moments of total immersion where you're completely lost in the space. Your brain cannot tell the difference.'
GameStream could finally make its debut on a standalone Nvidia tablet.
Look for the line that separates mobile gaming from console experiences to get even more blurry with the release of Android TV. We talked to game makers to find out why.
Cruise the solar system. Ride a rollercoaster. Try a Minecraft mod. If you've got a fancy Oculus VR headsets, these are the games and demos you want to play.
You'll never look at the Big Bad Wolf and Snow White quite the same way again after playing The Wolf Among Us.
The last Halo 3 Easter Egg, new games from Cliffy B and Gearbox, and EA says it innovates "too much"—this is your gaming news update for the week of July 7.
But how committed is Microsoft in the long-term, now that its focus has shifted?
Now we feel bad picking on Ouya so hard, because even Amazon's vast resources and developer support haven't made the Fire TV a decent gaming machine.
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.