Microsoft confirms its console will play older Xbox 360 games and get a fresher user interface in November. Next up: TV recording capabilities in 2016.
While the PS4 remains our overall preferred choice in the game console race, the Xbox One's significant course corrections -- including an aggressive pricing structure -- make it a better deal than ever, and a much better bargain than when it first debuted.
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.
Xbox's Phil Spencer: "I think backwards compatibility matters."
Xenowerk takes the dual-stick shooter to the next level with great action and amazing graphics.
Fallout 4 will run at 1080p and 30 frames per second on consoles. Frame rate and resolutions will not be limited on the PC version.
Commentary: We tried Sony's Project Morpheus at the E3 game show. Here's what's new with the PS4's virtual-reality peripheral.
Will games consoles go extinct? CNET's Luke Westaway and GameSpot's Rob Crossley argue whether the current console generation will be the last.
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.
The company, whose app store was pitched as the go-to place for small and independent developers, is negotiating for employees to remain with the company after the sale.