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The Future of Xbox Looks a Lot Like Steam

It's been wondered on more than one occasion: with Microsoft pushing so hard to basically make the Xbox line a kind of gaming computer, then why in the world can't we play PC games on the Xbox? We're starting to...

Valve Working on Console Development, Finding it Frustrating

For console gamers out there, one of the most frustrating things around is seeing lists of games going to PC that, with seemingly little tweaks, could go to consoles as well, but for reasons unclear to the console gamer, don't....

Some Time in Stardew Valley: Your New Staycation Destination

I spent most of this weekend taking on the new Stardew Valley release for Xbox One--or at least comparatively new--and there's actually a lot to be said for this game. Not all of it is good, but for anyone who's...

Getting Motion Sick From VR Games? It's The Software, Says Designer

Many of us have felt that familiar queasy feeling from first person shooters, particularly those that spend a lot of time rushing through cramped corridors. Indeed, for some, it makes virtual reality highly inaccessible, rendering what should be an amazing...

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?...

Five Nights At Freddy's 4 Arrives, Already

Remember that first time you played, or just watched, Five Nights at Freddy's, and Chica or Bonnie--probably not Freddy at first--jumped out of nowhere and waggled their collective anatomy in your face? Remember jumping in your seat? Well, we just...

That Was Quick: Paid Mods on Steam Now Dead

The idea of paid mods on Steam was one that left a lot of division in its wake. While most everyone liked the thought of modders being able to take some payment for their hard work, the scheme as envisioned...

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...

Valve Planning to Join VR Race With SteamVR?

We've heard a lot coming out of the virtual reality (VR) stakes of late, with Facebook's Oculus entry taking up a lot of the bandwidth and a host of other competitors from Google to Samsung and beyond looking to get...

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...

Doing Good With Gaming: Plague Inc. Players Raise Big Money For Ebola Fight

While Ebola has fallen out of the news of late, the fight against the disease still carries on in West Africa, where reports suggest it's carrying on in earnest. And for those gamers that play Plague, Inc., an odd dichotomy...

E-Sports Broadcasting Finds Gains, Losses

The idea that e-sports could be considered a mature market may actually be a little more likely thanks to some recent news from the field. Two separate pieces have come together to suggest that this market may be farther along...

Burned By Steam Early Access? Valve Has New Rules Afoot

Steam Early Access is an exciting idea that doesn't always hold it together. Perhaps best described as a mix of sizzle and steak where the sizzle is sometimes much more than the steak would merit, there have been times where...

How 11 Bit Studios Put Piracy to Work to Help This War of Mine

Piracy in video game circles—particularly in PC gaming—is a huge problem. With nearly any game around available for immediate download, and studios all but required to release the tools of their own demise thanks to the way that PC games...

How Far Is Too Far In Banning Cheaters?

Cheaters tend to make a lot of problems when it comes to online gaming. No one wants to play in an environment where one loose cannon is running around unkillable with every weapon in the book; it ruins the whole...
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