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Nintendo's True Role In Modern Gaming

Looking back, I really feel as though people don't give Nintendo enough credit. Although the organization may not be the industry titan it was in its glory days, it still stands among the most powerful, beloved, and renowned organizations in video games. Nintendo's cultural significance - both now and in the past - simply cannot be denied.

Undertale Is Putting A New Spin On Role Playing Games

Undertale isn't your ordinary, run-of-the-mill RPG.. Each creature you come across will have its own personality, and its own motives beyond 'attack the player.' Consequently, each foe you do battle with can, at the end of the fight, either be killed or spared. It's the player's choice

The Internet Games Database Is Now In Closed Beta

Most of you likely know of the Internet Movie Database - or IMDB - for short. It's one of the most comprehensive sources of movie information online, covering everything from actors to production crews to reviews. It also purports to cover video games, but that's not its primary focus. Soon, it may not need to be a focus at all: a project known as the Internet Game Database is now in closed beta. 

Why Has Indie Gaming Become So Popular?

Today, there are a few questions I'd like to address: Why are indie games so popular? How have independent developers gained so much influence with consumers, so much standing in gaming culture? In short, what elements have combined to make indie the new black?

Students At Duke University Are Playing PONG With Their Minds

"Grandfather of modern gaming" may not be PONG's only legacy. Not for long, anyway, as a new one is quickly taking form. At Duke University, PhD student David Schwarz has added a new layer to the legendary game: brainwave control.

AbelPlanet's Linx Fusion Headset Gives Feeling To Sound

AblePlanet this month unveiled the newest prototype of its Linx Fusion Haptics Headset. Although the concept may sound a little odd, there are some very real - and exciting - applications for the technology. I'm not just talking about gaming, either.

Wireless Biosensor Teaches Relaxation Through Gaming

In today's society, we're under constant pressure to remain connected; buckling under an overwhelming flow of information. Avoiding this stress isn't really an option - the only sensible thing to do is learn to manage it. That's where the PIP comes in.

Why Microsoft's Xbox One Backpedal Is A Hollow Victory

Microsoft has finally seen the light, and nixed its ill-conceived 24-hour authentication system. But is that really such a good thing? Given what they're planning to sacrifice in order to do so...I'm going to go with 'no.'

Microsoft Abandons Controversial Xbox One Restrictions

After introducing a series of restrictions for their upcoming Xbox One console at E3, Microsoft today decided to listen to the huge amount of negative feedback and change its policies on used games and always-on DRM.

Why The PS4 Will Defeat The Xbox One (Unless Microsoft Smartens Up)

Yesterday evening, Sony hosted its E3 2013 Press Conference. Calling it impressive feels like something of an understatement. Sony, it would seem, did everything right - but there's one thing in particular that's going to secure their dominance over Microsoft this generation.