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Humble Indie Bundle 8 offers ‘Hotline Miami’ and ‘Proteus’ as bonuses

The latest and eight Humble Indie Bundle serves up five games - Awesomenauts, Capsized, Dear Esther, Little Inferno, and Thomas Was Alone - along with Hotline Miami and Proteus as bonuses for those who pay the average selling price.
Gaming

Tiny Tina hosts an epic tabletop RPG showdown in the fourth Borderlands 2 DLC

Digital Trends chats with Gearbox Software's Anthony Burch and Paul Hellquist about Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, the fourth and final content drop in the DLC "season" for Borderlands 2.
Gaming

L.A. Noire devs form new indie, Intuitive Game Studios

Former Team Bondi developers Alex Carlyle and Kelly Baigent for Intuitive Game Studios, a Sydney-based indie. There's no word yet on what the studio is working on, but Carlyle intends to build his initial team using contractors.
Gaming

‘Curiosity – What’s Inside the Cube?’ opens, turns one gamer into a god

Peter Molyneux’s experimental, cooperative game comprised of billions of cublets has finally been opened. And the person that reached the center first will be a god in Molyneux’s next game.
Gaming

Fuse review: All firepower, little flash

In 'Fuse,' Insomniac Games delivers an uneven experience that leans heavily on tactically varied combat while overlooking the importance of building in the hooks necessary to invest players in a newly created fictional universe.
Gaming

Jetsetter: How used games work on Xbox One according to UK retailers

This week in Jetsetter, Digital Trends looks to the United Kingdom for details on just how used games will be sold and played on Xbox One. Meanwhile, the Korean government says games are like drugs. Plus: Capcom releases the sweetest…
Gaming

Terms & Conditions: The Xbox One will watch and listen (but what can it share?)

Microsoft's new Kinect motion controller, which sports a high-resolution 1080p camera and multiple microphones has users worried about privacy – and a quick look at the legalese shows they may be on to something.
Opinion

After a decade of hardware duds, Microsoft gets it right with the Xbox One

Microsoft’s dismal hardware track record may be coming to an end with the Xbox One, which shows every indication of smart design and engineering from the ground up.
Gaming

Microsoft answers the question of Xbox One region locks

Those wondering about whether or not Microsoft’s Xbox One will have region locks that would prevent it from playing media from other regions need wonder no longer.
Gaming

The Xbox One won’t play 360 games – even digitally

Microsoft has confirmed that the new Xbox One’s architecture is so different from that of the Xbox 360, that it won’t be able to run any original Xbox or Xbox 360 games, even via digital downloads.
Game Review

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D Review

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D review.
Gaming

Microsoft says yes to 4K for the Xbox One, no to removable hard drives

The facts continue be separated from the rumors, as more and more details regarding the Xbox One are revealed. We can now confirm that the Xbox One will allow 4K ultra HD games, but it will do away with removable hard drives