Looking at the Dreamcast lineup for 2013, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Sega’s 15-year-old system had never gone away.
The clash of consoles is underway,
Repair company iFixit takes a look inside the Ouya and finds a highly repairable device.
The microconsole could potentially spark the return of the bedroom coder.
PlayJam undresses a GameStick development kit fresh from the factory.
The Ouya is more powerful than a Nexus 7 but is nowhere near a Galaxy S IV's performance.
We spent some time playing with both Android-powered microconsoles at the 2013 Game Developers Conference. Here's how they stack up.
New and old game companies are all fighting for the same territory: our living rooms.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
Mobile gaming’s relationship to consoles will continue to evolve.
Kim Swift has gone from Portal to Quantum Conundrum and now to something new on Ouya.
The tiny Android-based console will begin shipping to customers in April.
Developers are going crazy for the Android-based microconsole.
It’s a business model more akin to mobile devices like Apple’s iPad than home video game systems.
Best Buy, Target, and GameStop will begin selling Ouya in June for $99.99.
Android is emerging as a leader in console-quality mobile games, but it's becoming a confusing mess for the gaming public.
We cover the confusing world of Android-based microconsoles, Windows-based tablet-controller hybrids, and more.
Baird Equity Research analyst Colin Sebastian looks into the future.
It was definitely the year of the game on Kickstarter.
No watches or heavy iPhone docks -- this new Kickstarter alternative is only for games and gaming devices .