Piranha Games and Infinite Game Publishing have launched Mech Warrior Online in North America.
Oculus VR has been on a rocket ride to mass awareness in the past year. Its toughest job: conquering motion sickness.
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Social games are weakening, while mobile is growing.
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Oculus VR’s virtual-reality headset provides a real, immersive 3D experience.
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LiveGamer helps Meteor get ready for a major free-to-play worldwide launch of Hawken.
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Meteor Entertainment raised another $18M for its Hawken multiplayer mech combat game.
The first-person mech shooter is due out in December, but you can potentially hop on sooner in the upcoming beta test.
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Upcoming PC game Hawken joins the ranks of mech series Robotech and Gundam with a web program.
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We left the industry trade show with very different opinions on what we saw. Here are our final thoughts.
Free swag is the universal language of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and free t-shirts live at the apex of Swag Mountain. So here’s the best of what we saw at (or took home from) E3 2012.
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