E3 2013 is in the books, so now it's time to sit back and evaluate the loot developers and publishers handed us.
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Editor's Pick Our E3 2013 Game of the Show may not be that surprising, but our overall top three is. They're all from the same genre.
Yves Guillemot says common engines, new IP, and innovation in gameplay will drive next-generation growth.
Social media reports showed that gamers were tweeting more about used games than big E3 titles.
Nintendo's top sales man in the U.S. says that software will sell the Wii U.
The creative director behind Ubisoft's hotly anticipated open-world, cyberpunk action tale drops a few details around his anti-hero's motivations and talks about the questions he wants Watch Dogs to prompt.
Your friends can come into your game, hack your character, and steal your data.
Ubisoft CEO believes good properties -- the games -- are the key to lengevity in the game business.
Nintendo showed off Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed 4, and more in its E3 video
You can bet Ubisoft will have surprises.
Watch Dogs CGI E3 trailer leaks and show the game's hero using technology and guns to solve his problems.
E3 approaches, and Ubisoft is confirming its roster of titles.
It's the best thing since the invention of trees -- the Xbox One! But its immaculate perfection won't stop our panel of iconic game characters from ripping it an even bigger One.
The list includes new games from Remedy Entertainment, EA Sports, and more.
Assassin's Creed and Far Cry lead big year for the French publisher.
Kevin Shortt, the man behind Watch Dogs' narrative, discusses the art of keeping secrets, the thrill of exploiting secrets, and the choices a cyber-vigilante must make in a completely connected world.
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Just how real is the threat that hackers can post to smart cities?
If you can control a city's water supply from your smartphone, you better not use the password "1111."