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Microsoft made me sit up in my seat this morning. What I expected to be a fairly dry announcement of Windows 10 turned into something vastly more interesting when new devices were...
Anyone who’s concerned about the price of video games—blockbusters sell for $60 or $70 and special, limited editions can go for $150—will be pleased to hear they don’t have to buy...
Never Alone (E-Line Media; PS4, Windows, Xbox One; rated teen) Set in a magical, spirit-filled Arctic, Never Alone is a charming platformer about a young girl’s adventures in the...
Many of you got a new smartphone or tablet during the holiday. And many households have multiple smartphones and tablets all connecting to Wi-Fi. But when was the last time you...
With a new year having just begun and the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show taking place in Las Vegas until Friday (January 9), it’s a good time to look at how our...
Fans of Sony’s PlayStation gaming platforms gathered in Las Vegas last weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first console, released in Japan on December 3, 1994. The...
In Las Vegas on Friday (December 5), the Game Awards recognized achievement in video games developed in 2014.  Dragon Age: Inquisition won game of the year (the full list of...
Just in time for the holidays, here’s more electronic goodness than you could ever fit in a stocking. Video games Two games from last year are worth buying again because they’re...
The Canadian Videogame Awards were handed out in Toronto on Friday (November 21) for 2013 and 2014. (I was a member of the jury for both years, it should be noted.) Montreal’s...
A number of games for older “kids” are about to hit the shelves. You might already be playing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Activision; PS3, PS4, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One;...

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