Samsung makes teens earn their gaming time at LANdry video game laundromat

In an effort to get teenagers excited about household chores, Samsung has opened the world's first PC gaming laundromat in Sweden call LANdry. Customers can earn gaming time by doing loads of laundry.

E3 2016 was packed with plenty to entice PC gamers — here’s our favorites

E3 has a tendency to focus more on console releases than PC games, but this year was different. We've rounded up all the news every PC gamers needs to know.

Just tap this wristband to easily capture pocket monsters in ‘Pokémon Go’

There's finally a little more information about the wearable that acts as an accessory to Nintendo's highly anticipated Pokémon Go. It's listed on Amazon for pre-order, and costs $35.

Trends with Benefits: NASA propaganda, E3 explained, AI that pretends to care

The spectacle of E3 is truly a sight to behold. Epic game announcements and an exclusive chance to play all the new games before anyone else. Here's what we think you'll be looking forward to this year.

‘Injustice 2’ is the RPG-fighter Netherrealm Studios has been waiting to make

With Injustice 2, the sequel to its 2013 DC Comics fighter, Mortal Kombat developer Netherrealm Studios will attempt to combine the original game's distinctive combat with RPG-style stats and loot.

Robot dinosaur hunting in 'Horizon Zero Dawn' is just as awesome as we hoped

In Horizon Zero Dawn, we were let loose in an open playground to hunt robot dinosaurs, just like our ancestors did. Its RPG systems won't change the world, but its fast and furious action is just as awesome as we had hoped.

AMD shows Zen processors can play ‘Doom’ just fine

Doom has proved no match for the latest AMD processor. Details are scant, but a recent video shows that the Zen CPU is far along enough in production that it's capable of playing commercial software in a competent fashion.

'Sons of Anarchy' meets 'The Last of Us' in Sony's zombie slayer 'Days Gone'

'Days Gone', the PS4-exclusive open-world action game from Sony’s Bend Studio, seeks to raise the stakes of the zombie-survival genre with faster, smarter monsters, and systems that encourage players to find creative solutions while…

Facebook Live aims to beat Twitch at its own game with help of pro gamer Stephen Ellis

Facebook has hired pro-gamer Stephen “Snoopeh” Ellis to bring more game developers, e-sports competitors, and gaming talent to its live-streaming network. Quietly recruited in May, Ellis has since been working behind the scenes to…

Nintendo NX launches in March 2017 along with Zelda

Here is everything we have heard so far about Nintendo's mysterious, upcoming console, the so-called NX, compiled into one convenient post. Updated 6-16-2016 to include details on processing power, VR support, and a Ubisoft launch title.

How esports are going from laughingstock to phenomenon

Esports used to be a Korean phenomenon that Americans eyed with curiosity, and occasionally, disdain. But that’s rapidly changing as esports get big, and go mainstream.

Vive is ignoring the drama and gearing up to spread the VR love

While VR begins to develop into a more mature market, HTC is shipping most Vives within 24 hours, with over 240 titles available. Turns out the secret was just giving the people what they want.