We got a closer look at Call of Duty: Ghosts. Sony says the PlayStation 4 can offload computations to the cloud. Nintendo is launching a free-to-play game this fiscal year. Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6: Patriots may have been moved to next-gen platforms. Xbox One is launching in Asia in late 2014. And our latest Human Angle is about an educational program using video games as teaching tools. Gotta go fast.
- Call of Duty: Ghosts: the return of Infinity Ward
- Sony's Shuhei Yoshida says PS4 can offload calculations to cloud, if developers choose
- Nintendo free-to-play game launching this fiscal year, not set in Mario or Pokemon series
- Rainbow 6: Patriots moved to next-gen platforms
- Xbox One launching in Asia in late 2014, but Japan launch window still unannounced
- Remedy on how Quantum Break's TV episodes are affected by gameplay
- Mad Max borrows the series' bombastic elements to create a new, open-world adventure
- Nintendo thinking on a different frequency with playable Princess Peach
- Changing the world in Battlefield 4 multiplayer
- The Witcher 3 is the end of Geralt's story, but he could reappear in future titles
- ChicagoQuest: teaching with games in Chicago's Cabrini-Green
- The Last of Us had an epilogue that Naughty Dog cut, and here it is
- Nintendo lost $97M last quarter even with the success of Mario Kart 8
- The days of owning games are coming to an end
- The nightmare is over: They're not coming for your games
- Sherlock Holmes shooting at Watson is just the beginning of this 25 minute gameplay trailer
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