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Microsoft's Xbox One message: Kinect is dead, long live exclusives

Microsoft came out swinging with the first press conference at Gamescom, and the news certainly showed some interesting insight into the company's latest Xbox One strategy.<p>We've talked about how Microsoft has basically admitted that the competition has put it on the ropes, and this is what it looks …

A mad genius just created Minecraft — in Trials Fusion

We've seen other games created in <i>Minecraft</i>, now someone's gone and created <i>Minecraft</i> in <i>Trials Fusion</i>, of all games.<p>Here's "TrialsCraft," an adaptation by PneumaticBog484 running on Xbox One. It's not a large-scale map — 17 blocks on a 10 x 10 x 10 creation grid, but the fundamentals of <i>Minecraft</i> …

You'll Never Believe Why The Xbox One Is The Greatest Console Ever Made

Click-bait.<p>Readers hate it, but they often have no clue what it actually means. They hate it so, so much but they click anyways.<p>Click-bait implies something dirty, something unseemly and sensationalized, the act of tricking people to click on a story to drive page-views when the story itself isn’t …

This new Titan Souls gameplay trailer is all about staying alive (and failing to do so)

<i>Titan Souls</i> developer Acid Nerve released a gameplay trailer for the action game today, offering a glimpse at its pixelated world and the fearsome titans within.<p>Our hero has to fend for himself with a bow and a quiver with a single arrow, along with a dodge move for defense. Death is a certainty in</i> …

SMITE Minion Has Spawned - "Press Start" (Episode 3)

What it's like to play Pokémon Blue 20 years late (and kind of lose your mind)

I missed the Pokémon tidal wave.<p>In the early '90s, my Game Boy and I were inseparable. Days could disappear while I played pea green <i>Tetris</i> and <i>Super Mario Land</i> and <i>Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan</i>. The living room, my bedroom, the back of the family's green Ford minivan headed to …

A 16-Bit RPG That Promises A Modern Twist

Standing out in a crowded sea of retro-style indie games is no easy task, but 16-bit RPG <i>Elysian Shadows</i> caught my attention recently for what it's …

Phil Spencer: 'Tomb Raider's' Xbox Exclusivity Isn't 'Evil'

At Gamescom, Microsoft made the surprise announcement that “Rise of The Tomb Raider,” the sequel to the excellent reboot of the classic franchise, would be exclusive to the Xbox One (later clarified as a timed exclusive). The forums raged. Microsoft was being a bully, Square Enix was snubbing long …

'Minecraft' add-on helps you learn programming while you play

Programming languages can be daunting to learn, especially if you're a kid who'd rather be <i>playing</i> games than creating them. Thankfully, ThoughtSTEM has found a way to make coding both accessible and entertaining in one shot. Its upcoming LearnToMod software teaches you how to write JavaScript code …

It Takes 5 Billion Years To Visit Each Planet In 'No Man's Sky'

<i>No Man’s Sky,</i> a proceduraly-generated space exploration game, and a timed-exclusive coming to the PS4, looks like a really neat game.<p>It’s also huge: It would take a player 5 billion years to travel to each of the game’s planets for just one second per world.<p>But I find the news a little …