Virtual reality might well make a comeback in games, based on the reception for Oculus VR.
Will Microsoft Studios’ new Killer Instinct recapture the gameplay that immortalized the fighting series?
Not much has been said about Microsoft’s Xbox Music, especially with all the attention that Apple’s newly unveiled iTunes Radio and Google’s Google Play Music All Access subscriptions are receiving.
Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall is sure to be one of the hottest titles coming out of the 2013 E3 trade show.
The eyes-on demo is impressive from a visual sense, but it should offer more than just a massively multiplayer first-person shooter experience.
In the wake of revelations about PRISM, Facebook releases more information about government requests for user data, but Google said its measures aren’t going far enough.
The chief financial officer of Nexon saw very little that would impact the future of the game industry at E3.
Guest Post This year’s E3 will be the last time we see record attendance at the conference and that over the next five years, E3 will struggle to stay relevant in an increasingly global mobile/tablet gaming world.
Guest Post Since Apple talked about more than just a iOS redesign, I wanted to point out some other things they covered. Here are six things in the Apple announcement worth talking about:
Editor’s Pick If simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, then iOS 7 is very, very sophisticated.
Social media reports showed that gamers were tweeting more about used games than big E3 titles.
EA’s chief operating officer tells us where he has made his bets.
When Edward Snowden leaked the news about PRISM, we thought it was just 9 U.S. companies that were sharing customers’ data with the National Security Agency (NSA). Now it looks like literally thousands of technology, finance, and manufacturing firms are working with the NSA, CIA, FBI, and branches of the U.S. military.
The chief of Wargaming.net moves into consoles with World of Tanks for the Xbox 360.
Sony’s one-two punch at E3 means Microsoft will have to change its ways.
After more than a year of reports saying it would finally happen, Microsoft has launched a version of its flagship Office software for the iPhone that’s free to Office 365 subscribers.
Guest Post Following Microsoft’s and Sony’s launch announcements, has E3 enhanced our understanding of how the console market is set to evolve?
GameStop president Tony Bartel shares his thoughts on Sony’s press conference, used games, and the new console generation.
The Xbox division says he doesn’t even know what it means to live on a nuclear submarine. We found out for him.
Bungie has made great strides in making the game it’s always wanted to play.
Microsoft’s new system restricts access at launch to specific regions.
Steve Jobs was very upfront about the fact that good artists copy, and great artists steal. According to former Palm CEO — and Apple SVP — Jon Rubinstein, the company Steve started is still a great artist.
A new study by by cloud optimization company Newvem checked 61,545 Amazon Web Services instances which total a yearly spend of over $157 million. The good news is that cloud users are getting much more savvy about security, utilization, and optimization.
But there’s still room to improve — a lot of room.
Less a radical overhaul than a new coat of paint, iOS 7′s design is pretty, but falls short of being truly innovative.
The president of Activision publishing won’t take sides in the console war, but he sure is enjoying it.
We drill down deeper with Microsoft’s Marc Whitten, chief product officer at Xbox.
Sony’s Scott Rohde says the PlayStation 4 policies are fair to consumers.
But EA won’t bet on one over the other, beyond “tactical exclusives.”
Shockingly, the European Union may turn out to be ordinary Americans’ best friend.
Ubisoft CEO believes good properties — the games — are the key to lengevity in the game business.
Two of Sony’s E3 trump cards are now officially coming to the Xbox One.
“The revelations about the National Security Agency’s surveillance apparatus, if true, represent a stunning abuse of our basic rights,” the organization’s open letter reads. “We demand the U.S. Congress reveal the full extent of the NSA’s spying programs.”
Sony’s PS4 may have another advantage in the next-gen console war, with the Xbox One not launching in Asia until late 2014.
Sony’s 2013 E3 press conference was a triumphant reveal of the PS4′s sleek look, consumer-friendly used game policy, and price tag that undercuts Microsoft’s Xbox One by $100. Oh, and the games look pretty good, too.
Without changing a thing, Sony dealt a big blow to Microsoft.
GamesBeat’s community and some industry giants sound off on today’s eventful E3 press conferences.
Microsoft rolled out plenty of drool-worthy games at their E3 2013 conference, but too many questions remain about the Xbox One itself.
Sony countered Microsoft’s $499 Xbox One announcement with its own headline-grabbing PS4 pricing response.
Sony is happily taking it to Microsoft.
Sony takes it to Microsoft by confirming that used games will work and the PlayStation 4 won’t have authentication.