Disney’s new gaming platform “Infinity” combines physical action figures of characters from the company’s animated films with video games, Skylanders-style.
The National Rifle Association, after saying that violent media is to blame for reactions to the recent shootings, has a new 'Practice Range' app that may ruffle some feathers.
Custom-built for four players and with just about every bit of gamer fruit you could want inside and out, this arcade cabinet listed on eBay for nearly $20k.
NVIDIA just declared war on Nintendo and Sony with Project SHIELD — a handheld mashup that looks like a console controller bolted to a 5-inch display.
The GameStick, like the Ouya, is powered by Android and will bring hundreds of games made for mobile's smaller display to your TV's bigger one.
The allure of casual gaming on the iPhone has allowed it to displace once dominant devices like the PlayStation Portable. Still, one drawback to iPhone gaming is the touchscreen interface, something that still sends many gamers over to Sony as they hunt for an experience similar to that of their console set-up .
The PlayStation 2's massive success spawned an incredible library of games. Some of them were clear phenomena like Ratchet and Clank and the re-birthed Grand Theft Auto series, but others flew under the radar, only to explode into something special years later. Stories abound around the system that almost wholly defined a console generation, and we'll take a peek at some of the system's unique successes today.
This is a video game from North Korea. Like the regime itself, it's a bizarre mix of bad graphics, soulless emptiness, and thinly veiled self-absorbed terror. Yes, you should absolutely go play it right now.
The Oculus Rift has seen its developer kit release date pushed back to March, but the device is seeing significant upgrades as a result.
Steam has fired up another of its infamous sales, the simply named "Steam Autumn Sale," which lasts from today through November 27. For PC players, it's a fairly familiar shot to the wallet, though not an unwelcome one — Steam discounts games deeply and changes what's on offer every day. Bear in mind, that means the prices you see here could change, too. That's why we're putting two games on watch — we think they're great, but they're also new and may not go on sale.