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GameStop establishes new GameTrust publishing division, signs Trine developer

Looks like Ratchet and Clank may have a new home GameStop's expanding, but not in the way you might think.Instead of adding new stores or launching its own amiibo line, GameStop is getting into the publishing business. read more

Sega will officially support modded Genesis games on Steam

Sega plans to allow legal distribution of modified Genesis games on PC through the Steam Workshop, Valve's repository for user-created content, in an unprecedented move for the storied Japanese gaming giant.Support will come alongside the new Sega Mega Drive Classics Hub (Mega Drive being the European, Japanese, and way better name for the Sega Genesis) on Steam, which also features a fully 3D-rendered '90s bedroom as a way to access your purchased Genesis games. read more

Game review: Invisible, Inc. nsole Edition is the next best thing to XM

The new turn-based spy adventure from the creators of Don’t Starve comes to PS4, and it’s one of the best downloads of the year.The worst thing about making a popular game is that it immediately dooms you to a lifetime making sequels of diminishing return. read more

Review: Misfit’s Ray is a subtle, stylish fitness bracelet

The company's $99 Ray is no different—in fact, it's Misfit's most stylish tracker.With the Ray, Misfit is still sticking to what it knows best: small, subtle trackers that do all the basics. read more

Rumor: Bitcoin support coming to Steam in the near future through a third party processor

Physical wallets rejoice until the next Steam sale Valve may soon be offering a new way for gamers to pay for their games on Steam.If PayPal and traditional credit cards aren't enough, bitcoin users may soon be able to use their crypto currency instead. read more

The SOLOSCOPE Automatic Watch by XERIC: Time to go Solo.

Let the latest and boldest mechanical watch by XERIC remind you -- and everyone around you -- that you are making your own mark.The SOLOSCOPE Automatic is mechanical, so the motion of your wrist is all it needs for power. read more

Judge invalidates warrant that let feds hack Tor-using child porn suspect

A federal judge in Massachusetts Wednesday in favor of a man accused of accessing child pornography through Tor, finding that the warrant issued by a Virginia-based judge was invalid.That malware then led authorities to the computer of defendant Alex Levin, of Norwood, Massachusetts, and they criminally charged him with possession of child pornography. read more

Afro Fiesta - Music is My Ammunition

We recently finished mixing and mastering our newest album, Music is My Ammunition, which will be released on April 16, 2016!This album has been several years in the making, and we are so excited to finally share it with the world! read more

OPLØFT - Make your desk height-adjustable

With OPLØFT you achieve all the ergonomic benefits without discarding your regular desk.This makes OPLØFT an affordable and sustainable solution. read more

New Weapon Damage Exploit Found In The Division

Now, things are reaching breaking point with the discovery of a new damage exploit allowing players to kill anything in the game, including other players, in just a few shots.Using a specific High-End weapon talent called Competent and a bit of button bashing in the weapon inventory, players can deliver DPS (Damage Per Second) ranging in the Millions once a sticky bomb or first aid skill is activated. read more

Volkswagen makes it official—it’s buying back 500,000 2.0L diesels

In San Francisco this morning, US District Judge Charles Breyer said Volkswagen Group would buy back nearly 500,000 2.At today's hearing, Breyer said VW Group would also be required to set up an environmental fund to invest in green technology. read more

How 65daysofstatic made the sci-fi sounds of No Man’s Sky

Do you think that there’s something about your sound that’s particularly sci-fi?That said, I think sci-fi has been quite influential on us. read more

Dark Souls™ - The Board Game

There is just one pledge level for gamers, and one pledge for retail stores.Just like the Dark Souls™ video games, this is a game that requires strategic thinking, clever planning, and exemplary execution to succeed. read more

Game review: Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair mes to PC

As pleased as we’ve been to see Danganronpa get a sequel, we’re sure that had nothing to do with its success in the West.The Danganronpa games are essentially expanded visual novels, the gameplay being much in the style of the Ace Attorney titles. read more

Persephone in the Late Anthropocene

This spring brings the world premiere of Persephone in the Late Anthropocene, a new spoken opera by Hinge/Works that reimagines the ancient goddess of spring, Persephone, in our modern age of climate change.We’re thrilled this spring to finally present the culmination of everyone’s years of work: the complete, full-length production of Persephone in the Late Anthropocene, in a two-week run at SPACE Gallery in Portland, Maine, with a live quartet and a full-scale gallery installation. read more

The Foster Portfolio (based on the story by Kurt Vonnegut)

Danielle Katvan is an award-winning director, whose work has been featured on MTV, VH1 and NBC Universal.She was named one of Film News Briefs “Filmmakers to Watch”, and her short film, Stranger Things, received an award from Kodak for Excellence in the Craft of Filmmaking. read more

The Android N Developer Preview comes to... the Sony Xperia Z3?!

Owners of the Z3 can install Sony's "" app on a Windows or Mac computer and download the developer preview.The Xperia Z3 is Sony's flagship from 2014. read more

Six big reasons to hold off on virtual reality

Following the smartphone comparison, virtual reality is like the first iPhone, and it could be awhile before it feels as polished, inclusive, and comparably affordable as say, the iPhone 5C.Here are six reasons to consider holding off on virtual reality — for now: The resolution of Oculus Rift’s earliest prototypes was so low, that its view of virtual reality appeared to be obstructed by a screen door. read more

Games Inbox: Do betas do more harm than good?

I think the main problem Battleborn has is Overwatch.I was lucky enough to get into the Battleborn Technical Test last year and have also played the recent beta. read more

The Way We Played: The Golden Age of Computer Games

Focusing exclusively on the five major platforms of the time - the Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum - The Way We Played charts the development of the best, most significant and sometimes most under-appreciated games from 1985 to 1993.Each game covered has been converted to at least two of the five computer formats and helps to tell the story of gaming as it was in the 1980s and 1990s. read more