Popular Gaming Articles for 2013
After a TV and social media heavy reveal, Microsoft comes out firing on all cylinders with new games, exclusives, and the system's pricing.
There's a new addition to the Asus Republic of Gamers Tytan line, and like most announcements at Computex Taipei, it includes an Intel Haswell fourth-gen CPU.
Sony takes the fight directly to Microsoft, touting the PS 4's lower price point and an impressive array of games.
Respawn Entertainment's first game Titanfall is expected to be released on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 in 2014.
The virtual ink hasn't yet dried on NVIDIA's big announcement, and already MAINGEAR is offering up brand spankin' new desktops built around the mighty new GTX Titan GPUs.
At 25Mbps, 100GB would take you half the day to download - is 4K video worth it to you?
When you assemble over a thousand gamers, all excited for StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm, expect a few weirdos.
Thanks to some snooping around on the SteamPowered.com server, we now know that Valve has been doing more than a little bit of engineering in preparation for its Steam for[...]
ASRock is coming out with a new small form factor (SFF) gaming machine, but this time they've teamed up with the masterminds at BMW to give the line some much[...]
On paper, Oliver & Spike refers to its main gameplay mechanic as something called 'dimension jumping' - which, frankly, doesn't seem like much. When you see it in action, however,[...]
Sony showed off a load of new user interface screenshots today, giving us a better idea of how game streaming and sharing might work.
With a relatively weak AAA showing at this year's PAX East in Boston, indie games got their time in the spotlight and became the star of the show.
We've heard a lot from gamers who are worried about restrictions on used game sales in the next-gen console and PC gaming market - but it turns out, with the[...]
Come this Tuesday, April 2nd, Borderlands is set to raise the level cap for PC, Xbox 360, and PS3 gamers.
In addition to pricing, BlueStacks announced new relationships for their Android-powered GamePop console, designed to bring custom games to the new box.
Completing one of the most successful gaming Kickstarters ever simply wasn't enough for the team at Double Fine. They've just announced the creation of another crowd-funded game, Massive Chalice.
One of the most successful Kickstarter projects ever, the little Android box that could is about to hit the limelight.
Shown off just last year after a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised nearly $9 million, console maker OUYA is prepping to ship their first product.
It's always difficult to take companies seriously when they make major announcements on April Fool's Day, but color us excited.
NVIDIA took everyone by surprise at CES this year when they unveiled ‘Project Shield’. Shield is built around the just-unveiled Tegra 4, NVIDIA’s fourth-generation mobile chipset that combines four ARM-licensed[...]