Log in   •   Sign up   •   Subscribe  feed icon

Gaming, Video Games, Online, Mobile, Multiplayer, Console and More

This section of our site features all the gaming and video game related articles on InventorSpot.com.

Some of our more popular articles include:

Please also see our page for "Toys and non-computer Games (e.g. board games, etc.)" here.

Subscribe to our latest "Video Games, Gaming, Online, Mobile, Multiplayer, Console and More" articles.

E3 2014: Mario Maker Started Out As A Tool For Nintendo's Developers, And Now It's An Awesome Game

As those of you who've been paying attention to E3 are no doubt already aware, one of the games unveiled by Nintendo was Mario Maker; a title which will allow players to create their own Mario levels. Turns out, it was never intended to be a game - it was originally designed as a development tool.

E3 2014: If You Want To Be A Couch Potato On Your PC, This Keyboard's Just The Ticket

PC gaming on a couch would be pretty awesome, save for one unpleasant little detail - couches aren't exactly made for a traditional mouse-and-keyboard setup. We've been treated to a rather elegant solution to that problem at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. I kind of want one.

E3 2014: Alienware's Dipping It's Toes Into The Console Space With The Alienware Alpha Steam Machine

Today - just a day before the Electronic Entertainment Expo kicks off - Alienware had a pretty exciting revelation for attendees - it's releasing a Steam Machine. Dubbed the Alienware Alpha, this device combines PC-level power with the form factor and utility of a game console, enabling it to fit just about anywhere - like the living room.

This Guy Dropped $32,000 To Turn His Apartment Into A Fully-Functional Video Arcade. Jealous?

I love video games. They've been a part of my life since I was a child, and they always will be. Apparently, though, I'm not IN love with them. Not like Chris Kooluris, a man who sacrificed almost everything to turn his room into an old-school video arcade.

Are Video Games Too Expensive These Days? This Developer Certainly Thinks So

Bulletstorm's Creative Director this week sat down for an interview with gamesindustry International. He shared many details about what he learned during his time at People Can Fly - including that the price of modern games is far, far too high. Let's talk about that.

What Could Former Sony CEO Jack Tretton Be Planning At Artificial Intelligence Startup Genotaur?

Jack Tretton made a very interesting announcement earlier today. Turns out Sony Computer Entertainment's former CEO has decided to join the advisory board of Genotaur, a San Diego-based artificial intelligence development firm. Wait, what? What could a former video game CEO possibly want with AI?

What's Going To Come Of YouTube's One Billion Dollar Purchase Of Twitch?

Video game streaming has come of age - Twitch.tv earlier this month was officially purchased by YouTube, the largest video sharing site on the Internet. The jury's still out, though, on whether that's a good thing - or what's going to come of it. Let's see if we can figure that out.

According To Jeff Vogel, The Independent Game Development Bubble Is Popping. Is He Right?

The freedom afforded to indie developers means they produce some of the most interesting, creative, and entertaining titles on the market. Naturally, this has as a result sent the indie games market into the stratosphere - a trend which, according to one developer, might soon end. 

Black Edition: Gigabyte's Stress-Tested GeForce GTX 750 Ti Graphics Card

The Taiwanese company's new video card, based on Nvidia's latest GPU design, boasts sizable factory-overclocking and a large cooler. It also undergoes “server level” durability testing before arriving in your hands.

The Demo Of PlayStation Now is Officially Live On The PlayStation 4

The beta program for PlayStation Now is finally going next-gen. The games streaming service -which allows users to play PS3 games like they already stream movies on services such as Netflix - went live on the PlayStation 4 today; those who've registered should receive a voucher in short order.