In what may be the dumbest NSA operation revealed yet, intelligence agents "infiltrated" online roleplaying games.
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Is this how Larry Bird and Magic Johnson became friends?
The forthcoming service, which launches next month as a free 30-day trial, will backup your battle-tested pocket monsters to a cloud server for five bucks a year.
Beyond the limits of shredding on a plastic guitar to other people's songs.
Could an anti-gambling drug be the way to save the world's worst gamblers?
It’s like time warp back to the 80s.
Can gaming really change your brain?
Compare that to mediums like film and TV, where the female roles have evolved over the years into fully developed, three-dimensional characters.
Ugly and dysfunctional or just before its time. What say you, PC Gaming Master Race?
Time to dust off those old consoles.
Because a little part of me died today.
Even Fox News is publishing blog posts about how the games have “grown up.”
Pop that tab, grab a brewsky, and turn on the Playstation. Your brain will thank you.
I don’t particularly care for aliens, shooters, strategy games, dialogue trees, bland characters, or steep learning curves, or any combination thereof. And yet somehow, despite the game's best efforts, I still enjoyed The Bureau.
I caught up with the self-described "small Italian girl" behind the augmented-reality game in which you snag bitcoins, Super Mario-style.
The $1 million 'Saints Row IV' package also includes a "full-size replica dubstep" gun.
Don't get too excited—it won't be on the market.
Viscera Cleanup Detail is a heavy-handed interactive art piece with tons of gore more than it is an enjoyable playable game.
The once-rare Sega CD game and its simulated eight-hour commute remained but a curious secret until 2005. Now it has helped raise over $1,000,000 for charity.
The gamer traverses 25 square miles of vast, open terrain, composed of high-res images from NASA's HiRISE camera.
Sure, the Oculus Rift promises to usher in a new era of VR gaming. But by driving down prices for materials and renewing interest in the medium, it's also encouraging a new DIY VR movement to push the boundaries of virtual reality. And that might be
Technology, corporate greed, hacking and global conspiracy: what more could you want in a game?