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Playing a game more than one time really shows that you like it. Doing literally everything in a game multiple times proves an obsession. The original Gravity Rush hooked me in a way I wasn't expecting on both of the

Exercising has always been a major chore for me. Not long after I get started sweating, I just can't seem to get the stress of the workout off my mind. I've tried everything from music, TV and even playing games

22 years ago Natsume unleashed one of the most beloved space westerns to ever grace a Super Nintendo: Wild Guns. It was fast-paced, action-packed, and showcased some of the most fun co-op you could find during that console generation. Now

Snorkeling and scuba diving have their share of fun and moments of visual beauty, but because of your limited time being able to do both you're not able to fully experience the true wonders of the deepest parts of marine

For the first time in 10 years, I didn't get to go to E3, but that didn't keep me from watching the pre-opening briefings. I got to watch all of them, at least in part.

For the past few years I've been going hands-on (or eyes-on, if you wanna get technical) with the Oculus, and with Sony throwing its hat into the virtual reality ring with the PlayStation VR I was curious to see how

Bungie has announced their latest Destiny expansion, Destiny: Rise of Iron, will be released Sept. 20 for Xbox One and PS4.

The MOBA video game Paragon will be moving into Free Open Beta on Aug. 16 letting even more PC and PS4 gamers join the battle.

Tickets go on sale June 11

Call of Duty XP, the game's annual fan celebration will be held at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif., Sept. 2-4 in conjunction with the finals of the Call of Duty World League Championship.

It's nice when a game series takes a different route for one of its episodes, especially in regards to Telltale Games' Minecraft: Story Mode. Sure, it's fine to stay on a more comfortable path, but in order to tell a