It used to be if you liked geek stuff, you didn’t have much of a shot at meeting women with similar interests. Back in the day, chicks just didn’t dig stuff like video games, Lord of the Rings, horror movies, Transformers, etc. We geeks just knew this was the way it was, and we weren’t going to give up our love of Star Trek and Dungeons and Dragons to conform and fit in (and hopefully get a date).
Thinking about the staff roster at a major game developer such as Valve, I would expect to see computer programmers, graphic artists, and all sorts of other executives and workers on the list.
Nintendo's Wii U has proven somewhat of a disappointment in terms of sales. Indeed, even a recent price cut by the gaming giant failed to generate strong sales.
A company known as Special Stage Systems has rolled out a rather interesting product that will be sure to appeal to hard-core gamers and hobbyists alike.
Those of us who grew up in the 1980's fondly remember all the time we spent playing video games on the stalwart Atari 2600.
PlayJam's Android-powered GameStick turned up on Kickstarter earlier this year, seeking money from the masses.
There are literally thousands of video games for Android-powered tablets and smartphones. The problem?
Are you a gamer who grew up in the 80s? If so, you'll almost certainly remember Nintendo's Duck Hunt.
Microsoft has spared little effort in transforming its flagship Xbox 360 into a versatile entertainment hub, making the system much more than a gaming console.
I've always believed many hardware engineers and game devs simply don't understand that a huge amount of people in the United States live in rural areas.
AMD’s Never Settle game bundles seem to have been quite successful in the past, so it’s hardly surprising that AMD has decided to extend the programme to select APUs. So far the Never Settle promotion was limited to discrete graphics cards.
AMD thinks that gamers will move to the cloud and it can save its bacon by getting in first.
When I was growing up I wanted a Commodore 64 computer so badly I could barely stand it.
When the Ouya game console first turned up on Kickstarter, many of us initially thought the device was only for playing Android games on the big-screen.
Ouya's long-awaited console has yet to hit the market, but that hasn't stopped Julie Uhrman from claiming the Android-powered system will offer a more "emotional" experience than can be found on typical mobile devices like tablets.
Razer's Project Fiona gaming tablet went up for pre-order earlier this month. However, pre-orders have now been put on hold due to overwhelming demand.
Never underestimate the power of love and video games.
Xi3 Corporation has officially kicked off pre-orders for its slick little Piston compact gaming PC at a $1,000 price point.
We've been hearing rumblings about a Linux-powered gaming machine from Valve for some time now.
Fans of the popular Mass Effect franchise may be lamenting the fact that the last game in the trilogy has been published while the last DLC for ME3 was recently announced.