We’ve got a 3-day pass to NYCC burning a hole in our pocket – and are giving it away to one lucky fan!
In another 180 spin move by Microsoft, the Xbox One will no longer require the Kinect sensor to play.
Can you picture an Xbox One on your office desk instead of next to your living room TV?
Team Xbox has undone all of their DRM policies for the Xbox One, against stiff competition from Sony and angry users
As a young lad I used to hang out at my grandmother’s very large, very creepy house and play video games with my older, cooler cousins. Mortal Kombat, Suikoden, and Doom. Back then I would sit around starry-eyed and listen as they talked about the “next-gen” of video-games. I would ask stupid questions like, “Can I throw my sword into the ceiling, climb up on it, wait for an enemy to come around the corner and then drop on them?”. They would chuckle and say something along the lines of, “No, not yet.”
Matt Smith to exit Doctor Who role this Christmas.
A shady $0.61 rate hike per month may be nothing to you, but it’s half a billion to AT&T
Some updated post-reveal news from Xbox about the One and always-on
As we all probably have been guessing for a while, the traditional game console as we know it is over, and the war for your whole living room gets real.
Matt Smith shaved his head for a movie role. Do I care? The verdict is out. Probably.
The visual effects pioneer passes away at 92.
How do you kick off Philly Tech Week 2013? How about a record-setting game of pong on a 29 story building for all the city to see?
After the death of technologist Aaron Swartz, “reforms” to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act aim to make it even worse.
Microsoft Studios’ Creative Director Adam Orth slung some arrogant and naive hash over always-on rumors for the next Xbox. Microsoft needs to start giving us answers, and not treat us like morons.
My thoughts and experiences on nVidia’s Project Shield mobile gaming device with a hands-on at PAX East 2013
I just got around to watching Argo. Although terribly inaccurate Argo is a tense, oh-my-god-I-feel-nervous thriller. Ben Affleck is well on his way to becoming a great director (so far). He is similar to Clint Eastwood, although Eastwood is a good actor and a good director, Affleck is a meh actor and a great director. I suppose it all balances out.
Square Enix announces a Wii U enhanced director’s cut of Deus Ex for PAX East
Please excuse me for a moment while I rant about why TBS’ “King of the Nerds” did everything wrong and how I would do it differently.
EA’s had a… well let’s call it a less than stellar week concerning their launch of SimCity. Here’s a recap of the SimStory so far – refund policies, viral chat scandals, ban threats, and Amazon’s entry into the fray.
A look at the man behind the design of what may soon be the Oscar of geekdom.
Internet providers started rolling out their “six strikes” policy for customers, aiming to curb piracy over peer-to-peer traffic. Some details on what that means for you.
Microsoft pulls a fast one on Office users, locking one retail license to one PC and forcing users towards Office 365. Could be a blessing for some, but a nightmare for others.
Games Workshop gets an Indie Sci-Fi author’s book pulled from Amazon with a DMCA takedown request – corporate bullying in the form of a trademark troll
Rumors of always-on DRM and blocking used games on Microsoft’s next Xbox console just got some weight thrown behind them.
Is Sony’s teaser really a teaser? he PS4′s probably reveal on February 20th.