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‘Fortnite’ on Android is now available to everyone — here’s how to download the game, and a list of all of the devices that su...
"Fortnite" arrived on Android earlier this year, but you had to request an invitation to get in. Now, the game is open to everyone on Android — as long as you have a supported device!
Playing this grotesque ‘Resident Evil 2’ remake was frighteningly awesome — here’s how it stacks up to the 1998 classic origin...
"Resident Evil 2" is a full remake of the 1998 classic with overhauled graphics and a new control scheme. Here's how it plays.
The makers of ‘Warcraft’ and ‘Diablo’ are planning to make ‘Diablo 3’ work across competing consoles: ‘It...
First, "Fortnite" enabled players across competing consoles — Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch — to play together. Next up: "Diablo 3." Blizzard Entertainment says, "it's a question of when, not if."
Nintendo just snuck out a new version of the original ‘Legend of Zelda’ — and it’s available now on the Nintendo Switch
When you weren't looking, Nintendo snuck out a fancy new version of the original "Legend of Zelda" — the one from the Nintendo Entertainment System! The one that came out in 1986! That one!
People lined up for hours at New York Comic Con to try new, unreleased video game demos — here are the hottest games at the show
New York Comic Con gives attendees a chance to play unreleased games; these were the cream of the crop.
"Borderlands 2 VR" will launch in December as a PlayStation VR exclusive with enhanced visuals and new abilities.
"Minecraft," the second-highest selling game of all time, is no longer available on Apple's set-top box, The Apple TV. Microsoft says it's dropping support due to a lack of players.
Sony's next version of the PlayStation — widely expected to be named the PlayStation 5 — is already in development. Sony's new president calls the console "necessary," pushing back on the idea of a Netflix-like game streaming future.
Microsoft has announced its own video game streaming service, competing with PlayStation Now and Google's Project Stream.
The beginner’s guide to technology in 2018: All of the essential gadgets and services actually worth your money
It's 2018, and you know nothing about technology. Here's where to start.