Telltale will release the first episode of the sequel just as the show goes on hiatus.
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Valve’s PC-focused digital-download service isn’t slowing down in the wake of new consoles.
Nintendo switched up the music that plays in its Wii U eShop to celebrate the gift-giving holidays.
Honored is looking for help from crowdfunding to launch its site soon.
MLB’s latest mobile game enables gamers to guide their player from the minor leagues all the way up to “The Show.”
We try out Hauppauge’s new game capture card with the Xbox One.
Forza Motorsport 5 features an alternative currency that players can purchase with real money. Some cars cost more than $15 in tokens — and fans were not happy about it.
Miiverse heads to 3DS in December, and Nintendo is changing how the network functions to better accommodate the influx of new community members.
Is Sega preparing to resurrect its cult-classic for modern systems?
If you’re looking to get someone into gaming, but they fear the controller, then ControllerTraining might help.
The creator of the Virtualizer walking controller demonstrates how well his device works with GTA IV in virtual reality.
The game will feature controller support on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
Some Xbox One owners are reporting you can fix the system’s misbehaving disc drive with a few hard whacks.
Publisher Nordic Games — which previously owned the Stacking and Costume Quest rights — will publish retail versions of both games as well as Psychonauts.
Publisher Take-Two Interactive expects major profits over the next few years, and it wants to own as many of its own shares as it can to fully take advantage of that future success.
But costs and downloads were down very slightly compared to the previous month.
Old consoles are losing value fast as next gen takes over living rooms.
Players can post reviews of games that they’ve played on Steam starting today.
Ubisoft built a high-end mobile graphics engine to power its new mobile Assassin’s Creed title that looks like it took some inspiration from Sid Meier’s Pirates.
Lego, Warner Bros., and TT Games are coming together again, this time for Lego adaptations of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit films.
Some people think the buttons are stiff, but they’re probably pressing them wrong.
Microsoft wants gamers looking ahead to its strong 2014 games lineup for the Xbox One console.
The new Pokémon titles also helped boost sales of the 3DS hardware.
Twitch broadcasting is available now in open beta for Minecraft.
Grand Theft Auto V and Nintendo 3DS helped GameStop surpass its own expectations for Q3.
Grand Theft Auto V helped boost spending, and digital games are starting to heat up.
The shooter is due out Feb. 18 for Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Some of Microsoft Studios’ $60 games have $100 microtransactions.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is PS4′s best-selling game, and EA titles make up 33 percent of every PS4 game sold.
Microsoft Studios and developer Turn 10 have crafted a hardcore racing sim that even a gearhead rookie can get into.
Supercell’s very first Android game debuts in the top-10 highest-grossing Google Play apps.
Microsoft released a new SmartGlass app dedicated to its next-gen Xbox One console.
We compare the next-gen consoles’ abilities to capture, edit, and share gameplay.
Nintendo has outdone itself with a 3D Mario that is brilliant both as a single-player experience and as a co-op multiplayer game.
Microsoft’s Twitch app requires Xbox Live Gold, but gamers can watch it while playing a game using Xbox One’s Snap feature.
Microsoft won’t get its Twitch streaming feature working until sometime in early 2014.
Cowen and Company analyst Doug Creutz thinks games like Battlefield 4 and Madden will do especially well on PS4 and Xbox One.
Sony sold a ton of PlayStation 4s already, but a fraction of those aren’t working correctly.
During the design of the new controller, Microsoft tried a few different gimmicks including something that could discharge different aromas.
Confirmed speakers for the event include representatives from AMD, Nvidia, Intel, Oculus, and Unity.