With rumors swirling about a used-game fee for retailers, indie stores have their doubts about the Xbox One.
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Ninja Theory partners with mobile publisher Chillingo for its first smartphone and tablet release.
Grid 2: Mono Edition comes with a PS3, a game, and a sports car.
Game preservation is already a difficult job, but Xbox One might have just made it that much harder.
A hacker claimed that he breached Xbox Live security. Microsoft says that isn't the case.
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In a new CG trailer, Bungie uses classic literature to make a point about Destiny.
Developer Housemarque plans to recapture the dual-stick-shooter throne in the next generation.
Rockstar is packing in a poster, a hat, and a money bag in its expensive Collector's Edition.
Joe fans can collect and do battle with their favorite heroes and villains from the animated series.
The D&D experience is getting optimized for mobile thanks to the experts at DeNA.
A soccer management game celebrates three years of social-gaming success.
The console wars continue into another generation.
Happy Cloud plans to expand its games-on-demand service for PC, console, and Android developers.
Microsoft won't talk specifics of how it works, but the Xbox One definitely needs Internet to function.
The Xbox 360's digital-game library won't migrate to the Xbox One.
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