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Google’s ambitious attempt to upend the video-game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation is named ‘Stadia.’ Here’s everyth...
Google's taking on heavyweights like Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo with a new video game platform named Stadia that's set to arrive this November.
Tech giants like Google and Microsoft are battling to become the Netflix of gaming, but the CEO behind ‘Grand Theft Auto’ and ‘NBA 2...
Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick is hopeful — but cautiously tempered — about the promised future of Netflix-style video game streaming.
The video game industry is facing government scrutiny over loot boxes, and the most powerful leaders in gaming are divided over what to do
Between outcry from players and potential federal regulation, the video game industry is facing a major challenge with the concept of loot boxes.
Google's making an ambitious push into the video game market with Stadia, and it sounds good on paper. But one huge component is missing: The games.
Shares in the publisher of ‘Grand Theft Auto’ leapt on rumors that Sony might buy it — here’s why that’s extremely unlik...
Is there enough space on the internet to list all the ways this doesn't make sense?
A gamer who made and sold cheat software for ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ now owes the game’s creators $150,000 for copyright infringement
The Elusive cheat software gave "Grand Theft Auto" players unlimited in-game cash — but now the creator will have to pay up.
There are 6 key reasons we probably won’t see the next major ‘Grand Theft Auto’ game until at least 2020
As "Grand Theft Auto 5" passes 100 million copies sold, there are no signs it's slowing down.
Over five years after launch, "Grand Theft Auto 5" continues to quietly dominate.
Sony's miniature throwback console, the $100 PlayStation Classic, is nearly available. After spending a week with it, I've got mixed feelings.
The top 3 best-selling games of all time are a surprising group of games that have all sold over 100 million copies apiece
The short list of the three best-selling games of all time doesn't feature any mustachioed plumbers or military-themed shooters.