New and old game companies are all fighting for the same territory: our living rooms.
How else are players supposed to feel like they’re part of an interactive storytelling experience? Actually control it? Madness.
The statement this evening is perhaps the longest non-announcement of a product and its possible close-relative product that we have ever seen.
Doug Lombardi is not out as VP of marketing at Valve.
The software giant may have laid off employees in its hardware and Android development departments.
Editor's Pick The PC has potential to overtake the consoles, he says, but watch out for Apple.
Editor's Pick Star film director and game developer talk shop in opening keynote at the DICE Summit in Las Vegas.
Two of the biggest starts in entertainment will talk about creativity in the digital age at the upcoming DICE gaming summit.
It's easy to see why consoles dominated this generation, but will that be the case moving into the next?
We cover the confusing world of Android-based microconsoles, Windows-based tablet-controller hybrids, and more.
Valve acknowledged it has invested in Xi3, maker of the Piston modular gaming PC.
Valve co-founder Gabe Newell is being honored for his contributions to the gaming industry at the 16th D.I.C.E. Awards on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013.
Every year, the black-tie gala "Nite to Unite -- for Kids" raises money to support the Entertainment Software Association Foundation.
One of the biggest names in PC gaming continues to lob insults at Microsoft's newest operating system.
A Steam for Linux beta will support two Valve games and one from an outside developer.
Just fill out a survey and the developer may invite you to come out to its Pacific Northwest-based headquarters to looks at some of its products.
Editor's Pick Two online game companies may be putting a price on Valve.
One upcoming technology aiming to change how we both play and see games is the Rift from Oculus. The Rift fully supports and integrates 3D in what the company claims is the most realistic 3D gaming experience to date.
The New York Times profile of Valve offers three cool revelations: Valve's goggles project, the beta test for Steam Big Picture, and its conflict with Microsoft over the Windows app store.
Microsoft is hard at work trying to sell the idea of Windows 8 as a great gaming platform, but some developers are still not convinced.