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eSports Steps Up Into Racing Series in Vegas

While the biggest news in Las Vegas in the last few days was the Consumer Electronics Show, there was something else going on that wasn't as big, but still delivered an exciting new prospect in its own right. It's advancing...

Star Control May Be Making a Comeback

Oh, this is exciting! Not so long ago, word came out that Master of Orion was to be getting a new coat of paint, assorted voice actors, and some real star power. Now, new reports suggest that another former PC...

Trouble Afoot for VR? Steam Adoption Slows Drastically.

We all knew that virtual reality was sort of in its early days, and that, the farther along we went, the more users would come into the virtual reality fold. The problem, however, comes from the realization that new users...

E3 2016: The Disaster that was Bethesda's Show

After the first-ever press conference for Bethesda at E3, in which a slate of games were introduced including the long-awaited Fallout 4, there was little doubt players were looking forward to the goodies that came out of Bethesda's show. Sadly,...

The Official Start of Mods for Fallout 4 Consoles Starts Today

Exciting news slipped out over the Memorial Day weekend, that today--May 31--was the official start of the console modding season for Fallout 4. Admittedly, it's kind of a shame we didn't get to enjoy these with the long holiday weekend--and...

Let's Take a Trip to Far Harbor

It was easily one of the most sought-after bits of downloadable content (DLC) in a good while, and Fallout 4's recent expansion, Far Harbor, recently emerged for us to try. Thanks to my season pass, I got in fairly quickly,...

A Big Month of Indies Ahead of Microsoft

It wasn't so long ago I was wondering where the indie games were for Xbox One, and as though Microsoft was listening, a cavalcade of indies are set to hit throughout May. The focus of May will be a month-long...

The Fallout 4 Mod Kit Hits PC

This may well be some of the biggest news we've heard in quite some time, or at least some of the biggest news we've heard about Fallout since the release of the second piece of downloadable content. The good news...

A New Shooter From John Romero?

On the surface--especially for anyone who remembers the fiasco that was Daikatana--the idea of John Romero making a new first person shooter is somewhere between deeply saddening and oddly hilarious. New reports direct from Romero himself suggest that's the case,...

ID@Xbox On the Rise, Over 1400 Dev Kits in Play

One of the greatest parts of the earlier Microsoft generation was the sheer bulk of indie gaming content on hand. Granted, not all of it was that good. A large portion of it was godawful. Much of it took some...

The Division: Satisfying Yet Annoying

This was a piece I'd hoped to have written last week, but after some unexpected incidents, it wound up delayed to today. My first weekend with The Division went about as I'd expected it to, with some parts that were...

Another Delay for Uncharted 4?

Game delays are rough on just about every gamer. The anticipation to play that special new title builds, approaching its inevitable conclusion...and then suddenly the whole process has to start over again for any of a hundred different reasons. It...

The Division Beta Packed in the Crowds

Exciting news came from Ubisoft recently about the beta session for The Division; while the game itself is about another two weeks off release, the beta was extremely well-traveled, and there's a very good chance that this will be a...

Brace Your Wallet: Oculus Ready PC Bundles Arrive

The first word about the PCs that will run with the Oculus Rift--and come with the Oculus Rift--are now on hand, and the news is not good for the budget conscious. The "Oculus Ready PCs", as they're known, will be...

Has EA Learned a Grim Lesson About Microtransactions?

On the surface, microtransactions are a great idea. Start with a game that's worth playing, and then let the players at said game at no charge. Then, make money with that fantastic game by offering up new options that make...

Good News for Star Wars: Battlefront Players

Sometimes good news for gamers can be in short supply. Some of the best news doesn't hit, delays show up, and sometimes there's nothing at all about your most anticipated titles for weeks, or even months. But sometimes the news...

Is This the End of the Console Era?

Recent word from no less than Michael Pachter, a familiar name in the video game analysis sector, suggests that maybe the console audience has reached its peak, and this is about the top of the market for the console field...

Nintendo's New Patent Application: No Discs?

For most of those who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, Nintendo pretty much rule the roost when it came to gaming. And with good reason; Nintendo had the biggest characters, the most fun games, a host of third-party...

Xbox One and Windows PC Starting to Look a Lot Alike

Not so long ago, when talking about the Xbox Preview Program and the games contained therein, I expressed the idea that it was starting to look oddly like a roster of PC titles. As it turns out, my original projection...

So Who Won Gamescom 2015, Anyway?

The ink has dried on another Gamescom event, and with it and E3 now a memory and the year in gaming pretty much laid out before us, I like to turn my thoughts to the inevitable question: who won, anyway?...

Gamescom 2015: Microsoft's New Xbox Preview Program Titles

I have to admit, I wasn't expecting hearing anything about the Xbox Preview Program out of Gamescom, but the program bringing early-stage release titles to users is making a bit of headway, adding two new titles set to come out...

Xbox One's Game Preview System: Blessing or Curse?

So recently, being a console game buff, I got exposed to something that PC gamers have long since enjoyed, as such: the Game Preview system on Xbox One. Also known as "Early Access" over at Steam, the system allows for...

Mods for Sale: Good News or Bad?

A recent move by Steam has launched a firestorm of discussion on both sides of the aisle, and gotten some to wonder, what value is there in derivative works? For Steam, the value is fairly substantial, and is set to...

A Revelation on Open World Gaming

So far, I've played four open world games on the Xbox One, and with the conclusion of the fourth, a point has been driven home with all the force of an axehead on a plate of Jell-o. That point in...

Some Real Surprises in Xbox One Gaming to Come

While scanning the news feeds of late for something interesting to talk about, an odd trend developed in terms of future releases, particularly for the Xbox One. Specifically, there were a lot of titles coming up, and I was downright...
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