Happy Wars will be Xbox Live's first free-to-play game, bringing the hip new business model into Microsoft's venerable gaming service
Oculus is using its Kickstarter windfall to bring the VR hardware to South Korea, suggesting a connected future for the technology.
Announcements from the Unite 2012 conference suggest that the Unity Engine could become the indie brand of choice.
The Nintendo DS flagship title The World Ends With You is coming to iOS, in what could be a harbinger of bad times ahead for The House of Mario.
A hacker claims to have found an SMS trick to which iPhones are particularly vulnerable, but how does it work, and why can't Apple stop it?
The Fake Follower Check application shows how many famous people's follower count has been wildly inflated by spammers and block purchases.
The S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 keyboard from Mad Catz proves that the once-laughable controller manufacturer is now a respectable hardware company.
With promising technology, high-profile developer support, and lots of cash, the Oculus Rift might be the gaming display of the future.
Comparing GameCenter numbers to console sales suggests that iOS is the most popular gaming platform of this generation.
Ace translator Clyde Mandelin has spilled a few new details on how The Legend of Zelda made its original journey to both English and America.
Beck's new release won't be a record, but a book of sheet music, a product that suggests a future of the music industry based on its past.
Upcoming basketball game NBA 2K13 will use the Kinect to assign technical fouls for players who swear at the ref. If it's not the silliest use of Kinect ever, it may be close.
Sony's SOEmote system translates real-life facial expressions to in-game characters, lending EverQuest II another layer of immersion.