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Tim Schafer’s Double Fine may go PC only in the next generation

Double Fine, the studio behind Psychonauts, Costume Quest, Iron Brigade and others, has largely been a console game developer for the past decade, but the high cost of releasing digital games on Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo's machines may…
Buying Guides

Holiday gift guide for rugged hikers, campers, and the outdoors-obsessed

Those who love the outdoors know how to battle against nature's elements, but you can help make their lives a bit easier this holiday season with these awesome gear.

Amid hybrid mpg rating controversy, Ford talks to EPA about fuel economy testing procedures

Ford is talking to the EPA while the agency reviews data from Consumer Reports that says the Fusion and C-Max Hybrids' mpg claims were exaggerated.

Zombieland director sees Spy Hunter as his Bond movie

Ruben Fleischer has one simple reason for wanting to direct the game-to-film adaptation of Spy Hunter: He doesn't think they'd ever let him tackle a James Bond movie.

Asheron’s Call 2 brought back online seven years after the MMO closed

Asheron's Call 2 went offline on Dec. 30, 2005 just three years after it opened. Much has changed in the world of MMORPGs in the intervening years so it's surprising to hear that developer turbine has opened a new server for the game.
Product Review

Acer Aspire S7 Review

Acer Aspire S7 Review.

EA falls from NASDAQ-100 Index

NASDAQ has issued its annual NASDAQ-100 Index and games publisher EA is no longer a member.
Product Review

Nokia Lumia 820 Review

Nokia Lumia 820 Review.

Lexus discontinues production of the LFA supercar

Landing a hard blow for millionaires everywhere, Lexus kills the LFA and dreams of a convertible version in the process.

Street Fighter: Capcom expands in its bid for international success

Capcom continues to look abroad to find its future, expanding its localization process to include fifteen languages in 2013. That means DmC and Street Fighter X Tekken for Russian and India, but what does it mean for the publisher's…

Elite: Dangerous developer lays off 6 percent of its staff

Frontier, the developer behind the long-awaited reboot of the Elite series, laid off 14 people last Friday, claiming their roles at the company were "redundant."
Home Theater

BoomBotix Rex: A Rough And Ready Speaker Design Hits Kickstarter

BoomBotix turns to Kickstarter to fund its Rex, an all-weather speaker that looks to be more resilient than its prehistoric namesake.