E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, highlights the latest in interactive games.
US-based iBuyPower has unveiled two Steam Machine prototypes with console looks and a price to match.
The creator of the hit game promises third-party developers marketing gold and plans to publish two new games, from outside game makers, under its name.
Humble Bundles are no stranger to games, but the latest pay-what-you-want package of games is built for your Web browser.
Cheapskate exclusive! That's the best deal to date on the HD versions of these cord-cutting tools, one of which now bypasses commercials.
The Kickstarter-born micro console company is vying to get more gamers on its platform with a 12-month pass to its entire library.
2K Games' critically acclaimed 2007 first-person shooter has launched for iPhone and iPad.
VR. Indies. And a landscape in flux. Here's what struck me about E3 2014, beyond the big-budget consoles and AAA games.
Microsoft dedicated its Xbox One press conference to assuring players that it's not the company that trotted out a controversial console last year. This time, games come first.
You don't get to keep the game forever, but you do get unlimited single- and multiplayer action for a full 168 hours. Plus: two additional freebies!
Console-quality games on iOS could be closer than ever, which means a TV-connected device makes even more sense.