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Diablo III gets an expansion, Heroes of the Storm gets an open beta, and Blizzard gets Blink-182. This is BlizzCon 2013.
It’s been a long wait for Myst fans, but developer Cyan launched a Kickstarter Thursday for Obduction -- the company's new sci-fi adventure game that will be heavy on exploration.
After a successful Kickstarter drive earlier this year, Small World 2 has arrived.
It rolls, it jumps, it changes colors—and it can teach your kids about programming and augmented reality, too.
The new Rig is designed to let you switch back and forth between business and pleasure with the flip of a switch.
Lucas Pope's one-man effort Papers, Please turns Soviet-era bureaucracy into a game, putting you in the role of a hapless border official. Though it seems like a crazy premise, it's one of the standout titles of 2013.
Larry Gadea's external graphics card hack won't make you better at Crysis, but it'll make a MacBook Air handle it smoothly.
DekkoScan is set to take all the hard work out of recreating objects in Minecraft by way of 3D scanning.
Roaming Fortress challenges you to defend a tower that’s—get this—strapped to the back of an animal.
Here are our tips for making it through the much-anticipated 2013 Steam Summer Getaway games sale.
Walking Dead: 400 Days, the “season-spanning” piece of downloadable content for last year's critically-acclaimed game from Telltale Games, is a phenomenal piece of work that's ultimately too short and unfocused to live up to the original.
Firaxis Games' latest iOS title proves that console-quality gaming is possible on mobile devices.
This year’s Apple Design Awards winners are a good mix of fun and addictive games and productivity apps.
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