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Inside Microsoft’s ambitious plan to build the future of Xbox, from a Netflix-style gaming service with blockbuster games to brand-new consoles

Microsoft just laid out plans for the future of the Xbox at a massive press conference. We spoke with Xbox leader Phil Spencer immediately afterward.

The 5 most interesting things we just learned about the huge new ‘Avengers’ game arriving in 2020

The first-ever major "Avengers" video game is scheduled to launch in May 2020, and we just learned a ton about the long-awaited blockbuster.

A major new post-apocalyptic video game has an Elon Musk Easter egg hidden inside — see if you can spot it

In the new blockbuster game, "Rage 2," an eccentric billionaire named Elton Tusk has transcended consciousness. Sounds familiar!
Season 8 of "Fortnite" is a pirate-themed extravaganza.

The creator of ‘Fortnite’ is trying to shake up the PC gaming industry — here’s why a lot of fans are very upset over it

The company behind "Fortnite" launched its own digital storefront for PC gaming, and people are freaking out.
A screenshot from the video game "Rape Day," taken from the Steam platform.

After days of backlash, a video game about rape has been pulled from the world’s biggest PC gaming store for posing ‘unknown costs and ris...

Despite the controversy over "Rape Day," Steam said it will keep reviewing offensive games on a case-by-case basis.
A screenshot of "Rape Day," taken from Steam.

A video game about rape is testing the free-speech policies of the most popular PC gaming store

A game called "Rape Day" featuring graphic images of sexual assault has sparked a censorship debate on Steam.

The 30 hottest video games you shouldn’t miss in 2019

The new year is upon us, and with it comes the next wave of major video games.
"Anthem" sounds a lot like "Destiny" — a first-person shooter with a persistent online world — except it has jet packs!

One chart perfectly illustrates the needless complexity of buying video games in 2019

It's increasingly difficult to simply buy and play games, and EA's chart about when "Anthem" owners can play the game highlights the issue perfectly.