After months of bad news, the sales of physical games, game hardware and game accessories surged in June amid rosier predictions for the console market.
Commentary: We tried Sony's Project Morpheus at the E3 game show. Here's what's new with the PS4's virtual-reality peripheral.
Halo, Project X-Ray and Minecraft -- via augmented reality. Scott Stein got his first crack at HoloLens at E3, and found out how similar -- and different -- the experience is to virtual reality competitors like Oculus Rift.
Demand for the video game company's real-world figurines that interact with video games, called Amiibo, still far outstrips supply.
Like magic gloves, the new Touch controller lets you move your fingers. We tried it and the new Rift at E3.
The new controller offers a plenty of customization options with swappable sticks, buttons and even paddles.
With Nintendo vowing to make smartphone games, CNET's Luke Westaway and GameSpot's Rob Crossley ask whether it's time for the House of Mario to give up on hardware.
Both software and hardware sales in the US retail market plummeted last month.
If you're constantly spilling stuff on your gaming gear, this $60 backlit keyboard may be just the thing.
The virtual reality pioneer, now a part of Facebook, says it plans to ship its flagship device next year.
Brian Tong, Nate Ralph and Nick Statt describe what the HoloLens feels like after experiencing the latest version at Microsoft's Build 2015 conference.
What does HTC and Valve's new VR gaming hardware do? We tried it
out and were blown away.