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Want To Propose To Your Significant Other? Why Not Make A Video Game?

When you propose to someone, you're offering to pledge the rest of your life to them. It's not to be taken lightly.  For SuperGenius 3D artist and animator Robert Fink,  it wasn't enough to simply make the vow. He needed to do something more; something unique and special. He needed to create Knight Man.

World Chess Champion Feels Chess Will Outlast League of Legends

While touring in South Korea, chess grandmaster Gary Kasparov visited the Youth Mind Sports Fair, where he was party to the huge popularity of eSports, particularly compared to chess. He was unfazed, and simply explained this won't always be the case. He...actually raised some really good points.

Unlock A New World Of Mobile Gaming With The NEX Wristband

There's a new video game peripheral on the way, and it's all about style. The NEX Band is a modular wristband to which one can attach a number of different charms. These aren't just for show: different charms will provide different experiences when hooked up to a mobile device. Pretty cool, right?

Five Great Last Minute Christmas Gifts For The Gamer In Your Life

Christmas is around the corner - do you know where your gifts are? I'm sure at least a few of you have neglected to do your shopping and are desperately scrambling to get things done now. Let me help you along - here are a few last-minute presents every gamer would love to see under their tree.

Americans Spent Over Twenty Billion Dollars On Video Games This Year

If any of you still doubt the legitimacy of the games industry...I've some news. According to research released by NewZoo, gamers spent over $20.5 billion on video games this year in the States. That's pretty huge, no?

Intel's Oculus Robots Are All About Playing Games

If you've ever wondered how touch screens are tested for accuracy, Intel this week provided a bit of insight into the process. Turns out, they've invented The Oculus, a simple robotic array designed for one purpose: playing video games. That's cool and all, but...how exactly does that work?

Indie Game of The Week: Starbound

This week's indie game is what I expect you'd get if you took Terraria, pumped it full of enough science fiction tropes and tech to fill an encyclopedia, and crafted a universe of planets which is effectively infinite. What's more, it's still in beta. Ladies and gents, say hello to Starbound.

Original Programming Coming To Xbox TV By Early 2014

Microsoft announced today that in the very near future, it intends to begin introducing original, Xbox Live-exclusive TV shows to its multimedia line-up. According to television executive Nancy Tellem, everything should be more or less ready to go within the first few months of the New Year.

South Korea's Looking To Officially Classify Gaming As An Addiction

Although South Korea boasts one of the most active video game communities in the world, it also has one of the most addicted. It's not unusual to hear of people gaming themselves straight to death - which is why the country is looking to declare games as an addiction.

Indie Game of The Week: Path of Exile

Hey there, folks! Today, I'm gonna be testing out the concept for a new series. If this takes off, each week I'll pick out an indie game which has left me particularly impressed after playing - then I'll tell you why you should play. too. Today, the game's Path of Exile