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"We don't mind the delays but couldn't handle the lies anymore"
Infighting and Cold War-style espionage led to largest theft in game’s history.
Plus, Nintendo's Arcade Archives retro classics, red JoyCon, and a Pokemon-themed 2DS.
Dev insists that apparent “Kekistan” logo in game “does NOT represent our values.”
Review: Remake feels familiar while adding welcome new features.
NBA Jam-alikes, Advance Wars-alikes, and a coffee-cup fighting game all feature.
If you find them all, you win the highly coveted "nothing."
FTC settlement extracts a promise not to do it again and not much else.
Scraping and saving millions of posts before Nintendo deletes them all on Nov. 7.
A kitchen sink approach to the expansion makes XCOM 2 feel like an all-new game.
Long-promised features are still coming to fix the "local spawn issue"
Livestreaming on Apple devices isn't just for YouTube Gaming anymore.
It's the second time Lucasfilm has changed Star Wars directors this year.
Check out this book about creepy, Internet-fueled surveillance ahead of its TV version.
Preview: NES-styled game anthology is off to an amazing start.
Odd combo is more peanut butter and chocolate than, say, steak and chocolate.
Coffee Lake is coming to a bunch of Dell notebooks.
$399 bundles will also include motion controllers.
One actor in many roles, a population-controlled future—so Hunger Games plus Orphan Black?
Acclaimed musician talks to Ars on the eve of her stellar new album's launch.