Gaming
Computing

Windows 95, Duke Nukem 3D are strange bedfellows on the Xbox One console

A developer has ported DOSBox over to Microsoft's universal app platform for Windows and shows that Windows 95, Duke Nukem 3D, and a Super Nintendo emulator can run on the Xbox One. The framerates are rather slow right now but…
Gaming

Forge a new world: 'Halo 5' Forge Mode is coming to PC with some exclusives

Halo 5 released last October as an Xbox One exclusive, but one element of the game, Forge Mode, is coming to Windows 10 for free. Forge Mode on Windows 10 will allow creators to publish maps to the Xbox One.
Gaming

Never alone: Fight alongside your choice of companions in 'The Technomancer'

The Technomancer releases next month, and publisher Focus Home Interactive has just released a new trailer showing off the game's companion system, which bears quite a resemblance to Mass Effect.
Virtual Reality

Slap Leap Motion’s mounting kit on your Rift or Vive for hand-free VR

The Leap Motion is now the most supported motion controller for Virtual Reality, as with its newly released mounting system, it's compatible with both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, as well as OSVR platforms and other unnamed headsets.
Cool Tech

Konami built the ultimate prosthetic arm for this gamer, and it has a drone

Konami teamed up with a leading prosthetics designer to design and create a working prosthetic arm inspired by Metal Gear Solid for an amputee gamer who was involved in a horrific railway accident in London four years ago.
Gaming

OMG! Wow! Rocket League quick chat options expanding

Psyonix announced that it will be expanding quick chat options for Rocket League in the upcoming June update. This will include a new chat menu which will allow players to customize their options.
Mobile

Recapping day one at Google I/O 2016

Google I/O is almost upon us, and you can be sure to see more details on the upcoming version of Android N, Android VR, an Amazon Echo competitor, and more. The keynote begins at 10 a.m. P.T. on May 18 and will feature CEO Sundar Pichai.
Gaming

Nintendo eyeing new business ventures in medicine, restaurants, and IP

Nintendo has recently updated its Articles of Incorporation hinting that it might soon make medical equipment, computer software, eating establishments, and expand its IP beyond games.
Game Review

Doom (2016) Review

Doom (2016) review.
Gaming

'The Legend of Zelda' collectible trading cards to get limited release in June

Nintendo will soon launch a series of collectible trading cards featuring characters from its The Legend of Zelda franchise, an EB Games Australia retail listing revealed this week.
Virtual Reality

Google wants VR to work far better on Android phones with ‘Daydream’

Google introduced its VR platform called Daydream during the 2016 Google I/O keynote. It consists of a compatible smartphone, a headset, a controller, and apps.
Gaming

‘Resident Evil: Revelations’ developers reveal what makes the subseries unique

With a Resident Evil 7 announcement rumored for E3, the Revelations team discusses what makes the subseries unique, including its episodic story structure and multiple playable characters.