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Star Wars: The Force Awakens' new lightsaber was debated even during production, J.J. Abrams says

<i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i>' newfangled lightsaber was a topic of debate for the filmmakers who created it, director J.J. Abrams told Collider.<p>"This was not done without a lot of conversation," Abrams said.<p>LucasFilm released the first footage of <i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i> last November. No single …

Game industry pauses to say thanks to the father of gaming

"Thank you Ralph Baer!"<p>It was a heartfelt unifying moment in an evening of video game fellowship, a Vegas theater filled with the talented men and women behind not just the year's best games, but the the best in all gaming, joining together to thank the late Ralph Baer, father of video games, at …

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor snags 8 DICE awards, Dragon Age named year's best

While <i>Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor</i> won eight of the nine awards it was up for at tonight's 18th annual DICE awards, it was <i>Dragon Age: Inquisition</i> that was named game of the year.<p>The announcement, the last award handed out of the evening, drew a gasp of surprise from the audience before thunderous …

Dragon Age: Inquisition wins Game of the Year

<i>Click here for all of GamesBeat’s coverage of the 2015 DICE Summit.</i><p>LAS VEGAS — Electronic Arts’ Dragon Age: Inquisition won Game of the Year tonight at the Dice Awards.<p>The Dice Awards are like the Oscars of gaming, and they come at the close of the Dice Summit, the elite game industry event in Las …

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The Polygraph Has Been Lying for 80 Years

Eighty years ago, Leonarde Keeler’s lie detector made its debut in court. Decades later, we’re still paying the price for his con job.<p>Eighty years …

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