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CES 2013 is just bursting with new gaming portables. Archos is the latest to challenge Nintendo with its 7-inch Android-powered GamePad handheld.
It takes a lot of sophistication to fool your brain into thinking that it's inside a virtual world, but somehow, the Oculus Rift has managed to make it work.
SteelSeries is always looking for ways to help you suck less and win more, and at CES it showed off prototype keyboard analysis software to make you even more l33t.
This little arcade machine is so tiny that it made the Guinness World Records 2013 Gamers Edition for the smallest arcade machine in the world.
Razer's unusual Project Fiona tablet concept is back with a new name, faster guts and a few welcome tweaks to make it more portable.
Valve’s Gabe Newell envisions a Steam-centered hardware platform that that commands all your home entertainment, on any screen across the whole house.
For many of us, the Mayan prophecy concerning the end of the world was a bit of a swing and a miss. But for one console, 2012 really did mean the end. After over 150 million units sold, Sony has finally put the PlayStation 2 out to pasture.
Valve's Steam gaming service has quietly exploded in popularity over the last few years. The platform continues to expand today with the launch of Big Picture. Now out of beta, Big Picture enables a new UI layer meant to be used (via HDMI) on TVs with a traditional gaming controller.
The Guardian blogger Jonathan Jones has a bone to pick with Chris Melissinos's "The Art of Video Games" exhibit that is now traveling around the country.