Gaming
Gaming

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker digs up a December 5 release

Nintendo sets a December 5 release date for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. It's the first game that stars the mushroom-headed supporting player from past Mario games.
Gaming

Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Amiibo confirmed for November 21 release

Nintendo confirms a November 21 release date in North America for Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Amiibo figures, and the GameCube controller adapter for Wii U.
Computing

Nvidia’s hot new mobile GPUs almost match the muscle of their desktop cousins

We ran Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 980M GPU through a bunch of tests, including 3DMark Fire Strike, Cloud Gate, Battlefield 4, and more. So, how did it fare? Learn more here.
Game Review

Alien: Isolation Review

Stress, paranoia and panic boil over in the pressure cooker of Alien: Isolation.
Gaming

Shadow of Revan expansion brings 5 new story levels to Star Wars: The Old Republic

The mysterious Revan will rain down chaos and destruction onto both the Empire and the Republic in Shadow of Revan, an upcoming story expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Gaming

The Crew release delayed, now set for December 2

Ubisoft's open-world driving game The Crew has been delayed from its original November 11 release date back to December 2, with a fourth closed beta planned for the interim.
Gaming

Media streaming and playback capabilities expand on Xbox One, Xbox 360 with Plex

The online media management and streaming service Plex will bring an official app to Microsoft's Xbox One and 360, marking its debut on gaming consoles.
Gaming

This week in gaming: Even after delays, October 7 is a busy one

Once the busiest release window of the holiday 2014 season, the week of October 7 is still packed with gaming goodness even after multiple high-profile delays.
Computing

Hacker installs Windows 95 and Doom on a Samsung Gear Live smartwatch

Feel free to file this somewhere between "Cool!" and "What the?" An intrepid hacker managed to put Win 95 and Doom on an Android wearable. You can watch videos of both hacks in action here.
Gaming

Teenager spends more than $46,000 in free-to-play game

Definitely not a number you want to see appearing on your next credit card bill, a teenager in Belgium racked up over $40,000 in charges by purchasing in-game gold in a "free-to-play" game.
Gaming

That Final Fantasy XV road trip gets serious

Square Enix has released a set of high quality assets to support the road trip meme that sprang out of the recent Final Fantasy XV trailer from Tokyo Games Show.
Gaming

Destiny gets the Mythbusters treatment

YouTuber DefendTheHouse releases a new episode of Mythbusters, this one focused on discerning fact from fiction as it concerns Bungie's latest game, Destiny.