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  • 'Banshee Chapter' First Film Released on Oculus Rift

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The Zachary Quinto-produced horror film "Banshee Chapter" has become the first full-length feature to be released on Oculus Rift headsets.
  • Digital Savant: Few surprises as video game expectations shape enjoyment

    The thing about video games and expectations is that it's probably best not to have any. Once in a while, if you're an avid gamer, something may come across your game controller that is genuinely surprising. Perhaps it's an inexpensive indie game that...

    Gamers' funding fuels meteoric rise of 'Star Citizen'

    Gamers' funding fuels meteoric rise of 'Star Citizen'
    Chris Roberts' brain spun out a grand vision: a rich, immersive galaxy; exquisite spaceships traversing between infinite star systems with thousands of computer gamers manning the cockpits, racing, dogfighting and defending humanity. He would call his...

    Video Game Console Sales Surge 200% in September

    The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One continue to fly off retailers' shelves, with sales for all gaming consoles increasing 200% in September, according to research group NPD. Activision's "Destiny" was the best-selling game of the month, followed by Electronic...

    Giuliani defends 'Call of Duty' maker in suit by Panama's Noriega

    Giuliani defends 'Call of Duty' maker in suit by Panama's Noriega
    The maker of the popular "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" video game brought a hired gun, former New York mayor and lawyer Rudy Giuliani, to defend its prized brand from a lawsuit filed by ex-Panama military dictator Manuel Noriega. Noriega, now 80 years...