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Google I/O 2014: How Android TV Drives A New Breed Of Console Gaming

It could easily be forgiven for many to think that mobile gaming is mobile gaming, and console gaming is console gaming, and never the twain shall meet. But that's a line that's become increasingly blurry over the last couple of...

Only On Ouya: Can Exclusives Give Ouya An Edge?

The Ouya was a game platform that seems to be comprised of one part great idea and one part less than sound execution. News about the platform has been slim on the ground of late, but a new item has...

The Ouya: Making The Jump To Hardware Near You?

While the Ouya hasn't exactly made a big splash as its own game console--even news about it has been in short supply--a new development may prove to be a much bigger splash than some might expect. New reports suggest that...

Is Amazon About To Eat Microsoft's Lunch?

That's a funny question, make no mistake, and it's got an answer that may not prove to be very funny at all for Microsoft. For us, however, it should be a bit of great news as it should spark competition...

The Next Generation Of Console Wars May Get Crowded

Right now, with the newest generation of the console wars in place, it's looking like a two-horse race. Sony and Microsoft are dueling for the hardcore gamer market while Nintendo doesn't seem to be doing much of anything but waiting...

A Golden Age of Gaming Afoot?

It's hard to remember a time before gaming was ubiquitous, but it was there. The console market was just getting started, and about the only place you could reliably find video games were at arcades that may have been miles...

BlueStacks' GamePop Out To Offer Quick Games Faster

The idea of mobile games on big screens has been gaining in popularity of late, with several companies looking to get in on the market space. One of the latest such attempts to step in is BlueStacks, which was formerly...

Is GameStop Viable?

There were two unexpected points that emerged today that got me to thinking. Sometimes the best events are the things that are a synthesis of others, and these two items got me to asking a question: is GameStop as a...

Ouya Looking To Make Hay With Retro Games

An interesting development has emerged from one of the up and comers looking to take on the entrenched line of major game consoles, as the Ouya is going to put on a bit of a push toward retro gaming. The...

Mobile Devices: New Frontier For Core Gaming?

Not long ago, we talked about the core gamer here and discussed his--and occasionally her, but mostly his--impact on the gaming market as a whole. But something new has occurred to me, and it's largely related to where the core...

Green Throttle Launch May Spark New Console War

Exciting news comes from console buffs today, who are likely to discover a whole new breed of console starting to make its way to the market. The best part is, in the case of Green Throttle, you already likely have...

Why Microsoft & Sony Should Be Afraid Of Ouya

Earlier today, an almost defiant statement emerged from Ouya's CEO, describing not only future launch plans but also running down one very important statement about the near-term future of gaming. In that statement was contained a whole world of possibilities,...

How Will Android Impact The Console Wars?

I know everyone's looking, with no small enthusiasm, toward E3 and the likely release of some new console systems, but one system in particular is shaping up to be a bigger destabilizing element than anything, and it likely doesn't have...

Android-Powered Ouya Makes Kickstarter Goal In Less Than A Day

Looks like we're going to be seeing a new entrant in the console wars before too much longer has passed. Specifically, we'll be getting eyes on with the Ouya, an Android-powered console that made its $950,000 Kickstarter goal in well...