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Exploring Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's open world, side quests, and more

Our recent hands-on time filled in some major blanks, including the game's Mass Effect-style social elements and semi-open-world structure.

By July 18, 2016


Virtual reality: It's what's for dinner

The latest aspect of our lives to undergo a high-tech overhaul is the way we eat food.

By July 7, 2016


At 40, the world's oldest Twinkie still looks kind of edible

A Maine high school teacher unwrapped the sweet treat during the Bicentennial, and it still hasn't decomposed.

By June 21, 2016


Watch Dogs 2: Co-op, more hacking and a bigger open world

GameSpot's Mike Mahardy got a chance to check out Watch Dogs 2 at Ubisoft Montreal. He and fellow site editor Scott Butterworth let us know about the hackable world newly set in the Bay Area.

By June 8, 2016


Wearing a Deus Ex-inspired bionic arm is the future of prosthetics

The futuristic world of Deus Ex could soon be a reality after the game's creators announced a project with Razer and Open Bionics to create a prosthetic arm based on the world of the game.

By June 9, 2016


New Watch Dogs 2 details officially revealed, release date confirmed

Watch Dogs 2 is focused on making a "fully hackable world," with a new protagonist, new setting, and an abundance of new ways to mold your environment.

By June 8, 2016


Here's what those extra months in development resulted in for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's director talks to GameSpot about the game's release date delay, the newly announced Breach mode and how many endings the game will feature.

By June 8, 2016


You can watch PlayStation E3 2016 show in a movie theater

Find out here if a movie theater near you is broadcasting the event in June.

By May 31, 2016


I mew, I mew: 1,000 cats are only guests at couple's wedding

Off to a purrfect start? A Canadian couple ties the knot at a cat charity in California, with just felines in attendance.

By May 24, 2016


Teen finds ancient Mayan city using stars and satellites

15-year-old William Gadoury found the lost site by comparing constellations to known Mayan settlements on a map.

By May 10, 2016