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Hands-on: Every bit as weird and wonderful as its predecessor. The shooting's good too.
Disenchantment series will bring back tons of Futurama voice actors, staffers in 2018.
“Gamestop buying ninjas” got hold of “thousands” of unsold units, somehow.
Bastion creators spilled some e-sports into a wonderful action-RPG crossover.
Effort appears to be squashing leak discussion and homebrew SDKs as well.
Much of it isn’t new to us, but that doesn’t make the brand-new beta bad.
Frank admission from developer seems to imply that it won't be fixed.
Shake-up comes during a time of transition for the Anthem developer.
We have a lot to say about Nintendo finally getting an online game (mostly) right.
Wireless devices will aim for mass market price, won't replace the Rift.
Report suggests mobile units will be lighter, more powerful than Gear VR.
And they're shipping it to fans on a bonafide cassette tape.
Ars tests newer games on streaming service, notices some interesting categorization.
When eight-core Ryzen costs £300, do any of these new Intel chips make sense?
Single-player mode had been slapped with loud surround-sound noise, until update.
Review: Gorgeous remake picks authenticity over improvement, for better and for worse.
Gallery: No Jan Michael Vincent dolls, but promo bus whets our season 3 appetite.
Visceral action, witty dialogue, and more old iPods than you've seen in years.
Dev team admits losing old code and assets, needing to “eyeball everything.”
Expanded gameplay comes with additional grind, which isn’t actually that bad