You may not recognize the name Cliff Bleszinski, but if you're a fan of Epic's Gears of War franchise, you undoubtedly have seen his work.
We already know quite a bit about Sony's recently announced PlayStation 4. However, official details about Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next) are few and far between.
Sony officially unveiled its long-awaited PlayStation 4 game console at an event in NYC last week. The next-gen console is the successor to the stalwart PlayStation 3 and is expected to hit the streets towards the end of 2013.
Reports and rumors about Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next) console failing to support used video games have continued to circulate in recent weeks.
Bohemia Interactive's ArmA (2) FPS is typically associated with the incredibly popular DayZ mod that brings zombie killing to the max.
Rumors about the PlayStation 4 continue to swirl around the Internet ether and will do so until Sony officially unveils its next generation game console.
Reports and rumors about Sony's next-generation PlayStation, typically known as the PlayStation 4 (PS4), have been flying for months now.
I am always somewhat suspicious of a new console that hits the market amidst talk of how hardware and raw horsepower isn't the true focus of the system.
One of the key features that gamers look forward to in terms of new consoles is raw graphics horsepower.
Back in July of 2012, the 10.1-inch Wikipad tablet was first unveiled to an eager tech and geek audience.
There are clearly many gamers out there who are interested in the $99 Android-powered Ouya game console, as is illustrated by the millions of dollars the system raised on Kickstarter.
There are currently a number of video game emulator apps on the market for Android smartphones and tablets, including PPSSPP and RetroArch.
We all know Microsoft's next-generation Xbox Next (720) will be debuting this year at E3 2013 in Los Angeles.
DayZ developers have posted a video showcasing a number of features from the upcoming standalone zombie killing video game.
The long-anticipated Dead Space 3 video game officially launched today in the US.
When the Ouya game consoles on Kickstarter first appeared, quite a number of us couldn't help but wonder when and where we would be able to purchase the consoles in the real world.
We recently ran several stories about the GameStick, an Android-powered device that allows users to play video games on a big-screen TV in the living room.
If you're a fan of the HBO television series Game of Thrones, you'll likely recognize King's Landing straightaway.
It seems like every time you turn around there's yet another project on Kickstarter attempting to bring mobile Android video games to the big-screen in your living room.
If you are a retro-gaming enthusiast, you probably are quite familiar with various emulators, such as the aptly named PPSSPP, which runs PSP titles on Android and a number of other platforms.