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.
Any experienced gamer can tell you that bad controls or a poorly designed controller destroys the overall experience.
If you're a fan of the video game franchise Mass Effect, and happen to like hot cosplay outfits, well, this is your lucky day.
With the next-generation PlayStation game console expected to debut later this year, rumors about the engimatic system continue to build.
Once, long ago, in a console cycle far, far away, Microsoft championed the HD DVD format while Sony backed Blu-ray.
Disney has launched a new gaming concept, Disney Infinity, that's remarkably similar to Activision's Skylander.
If you grew up in the 80's, you will undoubtedly have more than a few fond memories of standing in front of a giant arcade game wasting quarter after quarter.
Both the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 have been around for an embarrassingly long time.
Most of us have a bunch of obsolete games, consoles, and other gadgets lying around our houses that are never used.
Every Android gamer has probably wished at least once that their mobile device boasted handheld console-style controls - instead of just a touch-screen.
Razer has been designing tricked-out gaming keyboards, mice and headsets for quite some time now.
Over the last several months, we've seen several products attempting to put Android games and related content on the big screen in living rooms.
Who says gaming rigs are dead?
Does Nvidia know something we don’t know about the handheld console market?
Lenovo's demonstrated a tabletop PC with a 27-inch screen - rather like a tablet for giants - which should be available by early summer.
A company known as GameStick has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise cash for a new Android-powered gaming device.
I'm sure there are more than a few people out there who wondered if Ouya would actually ever ship a game console, even if the project managed to raise millions on Kickstarter.
Valve has rolled out a public beta of Steam for the open-source Linux operating system.