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Rime, or, When DRM Gets in the Way

The issue of protecting copyright in video games has long been a problem, much in the same way it's been for movies. One of the more recent developments in video game protection is digital rights management (DRM), but what happens...

New Details Emerge on Bethesda's E3 Show

After the 2015 E3 event, where Bethesda stunned a nation of gamers by both revealing its long-awaited Fallout 4 release and announcing its release date less than six months later, Bethesda's E3 show became one of the first big things...

Mujjo Double-Layered Touchscreen Gloves Review: Welcome For Winter

If the last couple of days haven't driven the point home yet, the point will be driven home conclusively over much of the United States in the next few days. That point is that it's winter in full swing, despite...

Amazon Puts Up Six Figures for Prizes in the Appstore eSports Tournament

For anyone who's ever wondered why eSports these days seems limited to the first-person shooter or the arena battler, there's an event coming up specifically for you. Amazon has set up a $100,000 prize pool for its first-ever Appstore eSports...

Ready to Drop $9,000 on Immersive VR?

If you just coughed up your turkey dinner from all the way last week at that headline, man, you were not alone. That price tag gave me sticker shock so hard I think it might have had a taser. So...

Kickstarter Game Teaches Art Appreciation by Roundabout Means

I've seen games do a lot of things before, but this is rich. A new game appearing on Kickstarter known as The Painter's Apprentice is offering an unexpected way to get players interested in art: platform gaming.The game in question...

Pokemon Go's Fate Sagging? Mixed Signs Suggest a Possibility

Pokemon Go, for the last few weeks, has been a cultural phenomenon that's had a hand in everything from increased exercise to armed robbery. Though it hasn't been around that long, it's already showing some unexpected signs of slowdown, yet...

Razer Plots a Serious Expansion Effort

Exciting news for those who follow the Razer line of PC gaming peripherals; we already know that Razer makes some of the best keyboards and computer mice and similar materials. Razer isn't going to rest on its reputation so far,...

Firefly Games Lands Big Investment to Focus on Movie Tie-Ins

We all know, and in many cases, from years or even decades of practical experience, that movie tie-in games seldom go well. They go almost as well as movies based on games, and anyone who's seen more than a half-dozen...

808 EarCanz Wireless Earbuds Review: Finicky But Worth The Struggle

Earbud headphones don't always work the greatest for me. I have large and unusually-shaped ears--a lot like my deceased grandfather's, actually--and so slipping a module directly into my oddly-shaped ear canal doesn't always end well. The 808 EarCanz wireless earbuds--a...

Yantouch Eye Speaker Review: Brilliant in Sound and Color

Anyone who's been reading my review work for a while knows that the greatest thing I can find in a product is versatility. I love it when something does more than one thing and does it well, and the Yantouch...

Meizu M3 Note Review: Smooth But Not Problem-Free

Today we've got something very unusual; our friends out at Proexpo sent out a Meizu M3 Note smartphone for us to review, and it's a Chinese-make device. I've had more than a little history with Chinese devices, and though they...

Cuphead Makes a Reappearance at PAX East

With PAX East 2016 now concluded, some exciting news has emerged from the event. One of the biggest such events was the resurgence of Cuphead, which we originally saw last year at E3. This old-school--on several fronts--action shooter has gained...

The Rumors of a New Alan Wake Game are Greatly Exaggerated

The notion of a new Alan Wake game likely left fans of third-person action horror gaming--like myself--very happy indeed. That notion, sadly, was quite dashed as recent reports from Remedy revealed that what many thought was a new Alan Wake...

Activision's Unexpected E3 Plans

Here's a strange mix of circumstances for you; reports have emerged about Activision's plans for E3, and it's a mix of good and bad news. The good news is that Call of Duty will be making a comeback at the...

The Easiest Way to be a WWE Wrestler Ever

Have you ever harbored secret fantasies of being a WWE wrestler? If you have, you're likely not alone, but the thought of bulking up to that degree and learning that much about stunt work and drama likely puts it out...

Sonic the Hedgehog Grows Up: Sega Promises Better Quality

That little blue bundle of speed that's been with the gaming community since the days of the Sega Genesis in the 1990s, Sonic the Hedgehog, has been a lot of things. He's been a gaming icon, he's been a lightning...

YouTube Ready to Make a Move on Twitch?

An exciting little leak slipped out just recently, and based on that leak's information, by the time the kids go back to school, Twitch will have some newly-minted competition from no less a force in the market than YouTube itself.The...

Fallout 4 Theories Confirmed: How You Survived the Vault

Fallout 4 has had plenty of news come out around it over the course of the last few weeks, and will likely have plenty more afoot before the game actually arrives in stores. One major point has been settled: just...

QuakeCon 2015: Another Bad Bright Idea From Bethesda

I don't know what's going on out in the hallowed halls of Bethesda these days, but these guys keep putting out some really great ideas with absolutely catastrophic downsides to them. First it was offering a giveaway game that most...

Five Nights At Freddy's 3: Too Much, Too Soon?

It's a funny question to be asking, especially when it comes to video games. The wait for any news at all about “Fallout 4” has been nothing short of breathless. “Half-Life 3” has been on most gamers' hotly-anticipated lists for...

CES 2015: Razer OSVR Takes a Run at Virtual Reality Market

While gaming innovations to come out of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event haven't always been a big hit with gamers, there's usually one significant exception: pretty much anything Razer shows. Razer is well known for its PC peripherals and...

CES 2015: Android Gaming Gets a Boost From the Obox

While it's safe to say that the Ouya had about as much impact in the gaming market as, say, dropping a knitting needle into a snowbank the size of South Korea, there was also no doubt that the market wasn't...
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