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John Romero celebrates the 20th anniversary of Quake

Quake, the influential first-person shooter from id Software, celebrated its 20th anniversary on Wednesday. In recognition of the occasion, director and designer John Romero published a Quake FAQ that was created on October 22, 1995, that served as a repository…

E3 Live, the first fan-focused event, was a total flop

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announced last month that it would be hosting its first-ever gathering for the gaming community alongside this year’s E3 conference. Dubbed E3 Live, the event promised attendees the opportunity to play new games, compete in…

Ubisoft Watch Dogs 2 trailer, release date now confirmed

After confirming that Watch Dogs 2 would be part of its E3 lineup last week, Ubisoft has announced that the game will be officially revealed tomorrow (June 8) on the Watch Dogs website. The company has also released a short…

Ubisoft confirms Watch Dogs 2 will be part of its E3 lineup

Watch Dogs, the open-world third-person title from 2014, was one of those games that seemed to divide opinion. Some called it a poor Grand Theft Auto copy with hacking elements thrown in; others, including me, loved it. The game shipped…

Microsoft slashes $50 off the Xbox One

If Microsoft is indeed planning to unveil a new console at E3 2016, it sure isn’t doing a good job of keeping it a secret. On Tuesday, Microsoft slashed $50 off the price of its current generation Xbox One. While…