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Can Video Game Loot Boxes Be A Good Thing?

In 2000, a game called Diablo II essentially drew the blueprint for the modern video game “loot” system. Building off ideas established in the...

Is Virtual Reality Gaming Already Dead?

Pronouncing something to be "dead" in the world of technology tends to start a great debate. Many people don't even agree on the meaning...

Five Questions The Nintendo Switch Trailer Didn’t Answer

Nintendo finally revealed their long-awaited next-gen console. Even though, it's called the Switch and not the NX as people have been referring to it as,...

How Much Does A Proper 4K Gaming Display Cost?

There's all this talk about 4K gaming these days, but the one thing that everyone seems to avoid talking about is how much a...

‘Resident Evil 5’ Xbox One & PS4 Hits Stores This Month

If you've been anxiously awaiting the arrival date for one of the definitive horror games of its generation to arrive on Xbox One and...

Gamescom 2013: Sony Announces PS4 Release Date

Sony announced that the PlayStation 4 will hit retail stores and the online marketplace as of November 15th in the U.S. and November 29th in Europe.

Sony PS4 To Push Limits Of Social Gaming

Sony unveiled their newest game system today, but the PlayStation 4 console itself was absent from the entire presentation.

Apple To Offer 128GB iPad

Apple Computer announced that they will begin to offer the popular full-sized iPad tablet in a 128 GB storage configuration.

Can you endure the final PS Vita PR push before launch?

Are dedicated handheld gaming devices doomed to the dust bin with the advent of smartphones? The answer to that question will be at least somewhat revealed in coming days as Sony debuts its newest system, the PS Vita. The worldwide launch is set for February 22, and Sony is giving us the hard sell in their latest video promoting the Vita. So, is there a chance you'll drop $250 on one of these things? If you can fight your way through this video without any urges, consider yourself in the clear.

Netflix says nevermind to video games, maybe to 3D streaming

Along with that whole Qwikster thing Netflix ran past the public in September before yanking it back, the concept of renting video games by mail has also been nixed by the entertainment rental giant. CEO Reed Hastings says Netflix has no intentions of challenging GameFly in the game rental biz, knocking down the plan he announced just a few short months ago.

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