The new machines have tiny footprints and focus on energy efficiency and touch technology.
Laura Shigihara talks jumping from music composition to game design and how Zelda, Maniac Mansion, Miyazaki, and To the Moon have all inspired her upcoming game, Rakuen.
Steam Machines are coming with a new OS powered by Linux, Microsoft talks about its new competition.
In Arkham Origins, Batman’s biggest foes are bugs and odd design choices.
A few shots of vintage horror, from Alien to Elvira.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Sony is excited about free-to-play on next-gen consoles. Kabam isn’t so sure.
The Typing of the Dead: Overkill is a modified version of the most recent House of the Dead game for Wii and PlayStation 3.
Titan Books provided us with new artwork of the world of Assassin’s Creed IV.
Editor’s Pick Step away from Los Santos and play these games to wipe the slate clean.
Apple updated America’s favorite kitchen desktop PC today, feature-bumping its iconic iMac while keeping the price, as usual, the same.
Hope you didn’t buy one yesterday.
HP introduces a bunch of new tablets.
Windows 8 combines the fun of a tablet with the productivity of a PC, says InTouch. Which must mean a whole lot of fun is bound up in the massive 1080p INF7011, a 70-inch, touch-enabled Windows PC.
Divekick is a fighting game for fighting game lovers, but it misses the mark for everyone.
Flying Wild Hog is merging classic and modern elements to make a Shadow Warrior game that fits today’s first-person shooter market.
Ubuntu Edge, the innovative Linux-based smartphone-plus-PC, just passed $10 million on crowdfunding site Indiegogo. Too bad the team set their goal at $32 million — and there’s just six days to go.
Microsoft says the Xbox One controller looks similar to the 360 controller, but the technology inside is completely different.
As Towerfall’s audience continues to grow, developer Matt Thorson is looking to expand the game to a new platform and bigger community.
Ubisoft Montreal offers some tips on how to become a castle champion in its need dungeon-crawler meets castle-defender game.
Something’s off about this fun new MMO, and it has to do with three familiar words.
Ubisoft is bringing its motorbike franchise to mobile and next-gen consoles.
Capcom’s action-adventure title struggles to find its way amidst too much gameplay confusion, but much of what it does is shiny and new.
The high-end PC is already a step ahead of the consoles. In six months, it will be even further ahead.
Editor’s Pick Android’s market share is a joke, and most tech writers aren’t getting the punchline.
PC shipments fell off the proverbial cliff in the first quarter of 2013, according to IDC, with their biggest drop ever in recorded history.
Ghostlight is brightening the role-playing game market around the world by bringing Japanese console titles to Steam.
The Big Blue game will feature outstanding underwater graphics and a story based on the Gaia theory.
TressFX is a new hair-rendering technology included in the PC release of Tomb Raider. So is it impressive or a stylist’s nightmare?
A month after the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC gamers can get in on the new Call of Duty maps.
In the upcoming console wave, the flexibility of each platform may be equally or more important than hardware power.
By enabling you place blocks wherever you want, Antichamber encourages you to create your own solutions — and art.
Shiro Games CEO Sebastien Vidal explains the challenge — and quirkiness — of fitting a whole genre’s evolution in a single game.
Sony Online Entertainment seeks to expand the PlanetSide 2 audience by working with popular YouTube users, its own passionate fan base, and Major League Gaming.
Four new maps, new Zombies content, and a new weapon for 1200 Microsoft space-bucks.
Intel’s earnings reflect a slowdown in PC sales as tablets rise.
The Disney conglomeration is using its vast resources to make a game like no one else can. It looks like it might even be fun, too.
Dragon Runner could be the next great “one-runner” — as deep and accessible as Mario, only you fight dragons in space.
The developer’s classic martial arts title wanders the Earth to iPhone and iPad.
I don’t even know what I’m looking at anymore. How can I possibly be scared or grossed out if I can’t even tell what it is?
We dig into why Tomb Raider Gold and the other PC and Mac bonus levels have gone missing from rereleases.
The tablet has a 20-inch screen that you can carry around the house.