This may seem like another ill-conceived Wii title destined to clutter the shelves of games stores; however, its mix of short, challenging mini-games and online record keeping could be enough to addict hardcore rhythm gamers.
Typical price: $69.95
Trailers and internet hype are one thing, but there's something to be said about just how excited great box art can make you.
A newly opened Texas shrine to digital gaming re-creates a 1980s arcade and gamer's bedroom, displays classic systems like the Atari 800, and lets you duke it out on a high-score board.
Gaming hardware maker Razer will integrate Ouya's app store and publishing business into its operations as it seeks to expand into content. The future of Ouya's hardware is unclear but looks shaky.
Self-driving vehicles and cloud data? That's old hat for the modern farmer.
The future of theme parks is here with The Void's Ghostbusters: Dimension. We got slimed in New York.
Any school can now set its students loose in the blocky virtual world. It's still in testing but the final version is due in September.
Entertainment giant pulls the plug on its game series that interacts with real-life toys.
Japanese company Sunstar's $45 G.U.M Play connects to your smartphone and turns your toothbrush into a videogame controller.
Quantum Break is a unique videogame/live-action TV show hybrid that features dazzling visual effects and presentation. Even though its gameplay falls a bit short the whole package is probably worth experiencing -- just maybe not at full price.
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