Looking at the Dreamcast lineup for 2013, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Sega’s 15-year-old system had never gone away.
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After 12 long years, Sony is finally discontinuing its PlayStation 2 game console.
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The sales numbers are impressive, but Sony is still in third place.
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If games can't be art, then someone forgot to tell this New York museum. Katamari Damacy will appear in a new exhibit about design for children.
Batman's romp through interactive games has been spotty. We cover the highlights of the Caped Crusader's pixelated and polygonal adventures.
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The Sony PlayStation 2 launched way back in 2000. But it refuses to die. Sony said today it has shipped more than 150 million units worldwide.
After 10 years and 11 months, Sony hit the 150 million units (shipped into …