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New subscription service delivers retro arcade machines to your door

Possibly attempting to become the Netflix of giant arcade machines from the 80's, a company in the San Francisco Bay Area will deliver and setup an arcade classic within your home for a monthly subscription fee.
Gaming

Twitch sets records with eSports, and one team takes home over $1.4 million in prizes

More than 4.5 million people tuned in to Twitch to watch the StarCraft II World Championship Season 2 Regional Finals along with The International DotA 2 Championships, which the Swedish team “Alliance” won, taking home $1.4 million in…
Gaming

The PS4 will lose money at launch, but don’t blame the hardware, blame the yen

During a recent call to investors, Sony Computer Entertainment’s CEO Andrew House claimed that while the PS4 might be sold at a loss initially, it will be nothing like the PS3’s debut.
Gaming

NASCAR champ credits video games for his recent win

After NASCAR racer Brad Keselowski won a Nationwide series race at the Watkins Glen road course in New York, the current Sprint Cup Champion credited video games for helping him learn the track.
Gaming

Xbox Live Family Pack program ends August 27, converts to individual Gold accounts

Microsoft confirms plans to end the Xbox Live Family Pack program on August 27, 2013. All existing account will have their individual gamertags converted to Gold subscriptions, with three months added to each one's remaining membership…
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‘God of War 2’ director returns to Sony Santa Monica for ‘freaking huge’ project

'God of War 2' director Cory Barlog returns to Sony's Santa Monica Studio, which he left in 2007, to work on an unannounced project. Barlog offers no details on what is to come beyond describing his current effort as "freaking huge."
Gaming

Jetsetter: Persona 5 the Hedgehog? Sega tries to buy Atlus

This week in Jetsetter, the intrepid RPG maker Atlus hits the auction block as its parent company drowns. Who might be buying? None other than Sega Sammy Holdings. Elsewhere in the world, the developers of Sweden meet adversity head on and…
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Gamed: Even the people of Belarus know Nintendo is screwed

This week in Gamed, we have news from across the Atlantic: Nintendo is screwed. Plus, Oculus VR hearts id, MS Points taken taken to the woodshed, and the Xbox One comes out of its shell.
Gaming

The history of aviation unfolds one victory at a time in ‘World of Warplanes’

We spoke with 'World of Warplane’s' Director of Global Operation, Vlad Belozerov, about the journey through the history of aviation that unfolds as you progress through the tiers in Wargming's next free-to-play title.
Movies & TV

Interview: How Neill Blomkamp reimagined L.A. as a wheel in the sky in ‘Elysium’

Writer/director Neill Blomkamp talks to Digital Trends about his newest movie 'Elysium,' what went into creating the look and feel of this world, how he created boundaries in the story, designing future weaponry, and much more.
Gaming

“The Bureau: XCOM Declassified” concludes its live action series, starring Dominic Monaghan

Henry Hobson and Dominic Monaghan, the director and star of the live action 2K video series connected to The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, discuss the project and unveil the finale.
Gaming

Oculus Rift introduces its newest killer app: John Carmack

The legendary programmer, game designer, and engineer John Carmack is taking a step back from id Software, and joining Oculus VR, the makers of Oculus Rift, as its CTO.