A $699 stand-up device for walking or running in virtual reality is basically a giant game controller for your feet.
Running around on a VR treadmill is tiring...but you can finally try it for yourself at last.
We'd all love to play Mario Kart in real life. A handful of fans did exactly that, dressing as their favorite characters in this entertaining prank.
Failing to find a spark in the arms of a boring old human? This Valentine's Day, maybe it's time to give insects, dinos, aliens and printers a try.
In the weird and wonderful world of dating simulator games, you don't have to restrict yourself to falling in love with fellow humans. Try an insect or a ...
Remedy discusses the challenge of uniting video games with TV.
Ubisoft says its swordfighting game may not break any sales records for the company.
With over 720 Pokemon, there are guaranteed to be some stinkers. In a bizarre celebration of Pokemon's 20th anniversary, the folks at our sister site GameSpot take a look at some of the weirdest, grossest, and dumbest ones ever.
"It's good for gamers," says Xbox boss.
Hitman's PlayStation 4 beta is now available; it comes to PC next week.
"The movie guys are extremely happy we don't have a new game..."
A free data day thanks to the Telstra out(r)age, the horrifying truth about your Twitter timeline and DBC LLC vs iiNet is dead and buried. Plus: a chat with Mars One's Josh Richards and a red hot review of Firewatch.
A fan project leads to a virtual reality version of the Nintendo classic, and the end result is glorious. In VR, the hunting dog laughs at you from every direction.
2K tells fans it's hearing complaints and will do something about it.
Tons of really hard games have been coming out, including XCOM 2, The Witness, and Darkest Dungeon. GameSpot's Mike Mahardy and Mary Kish come by The Lobby to talk about what is so appealing about Darkest Dungeon.