Earth has seen much better days, and science says it's largely humanity's fault. This week, the antarctic ice sheet's eventual collapse was declared "unstoppable" by research teams. How might we survive unprecedented rises in sea level? No one's sure, but games like BioShock and Brink may have the right idea.
Video games often feel so very current; it's all happening right now. Every year, everything is different! But... how will this all look when viewed from the distant remove of the far future?
The first thing this concept video for a fully interactive tabletop Pizza Hut touch ordering system gets wrong is imagining a future where people still dine in at Pizza Hut.
It's 2013. But in the year 2113, I'll be dead. So will you. But some of the things we own will live on.
Google will use all kinds of fancy terms and words to sell its Glasses tech when it eventually goes on sale, but for you guys, it will only need to say this: it's a HUD.
Seven months ago at E3, I sat down with EA Sports' boss, Andrew Wilson, for an annual chat that always features a lot of big-picture spitballing because of where and when it takes place. I forget what question brought this up, but I'm now looking at my notebook from that day and I see the words "Internet-enabled…
Some students from USC's School of Cinematic Arts and the Viterbi School of Engineering want you to stop controlling a video game world and start playing in a video game world.
Bravest Warriors is an upcoming animated series from the creator of Adventure Time, Pendleton Ward. It's about some kids being heroes in space. It's also got the most awesome video game system I have ever seen.
Hopefully they, and we, look something like this.
Nano quadrotors fly in formation in this great video from the GRASP Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. All we need is a spaceship that can shoot these things down and we're good to go.
First wireless controls, then motion controls, then motion-tracking like the Xbox Kinect... sooner or later, someone's going to come up with a computer (and therefore a video game) that can be controlled entirely with our minds.
According to an "insider", a report on Develop is claiming that Nintendo's next home console will ship with a controller that features a front-facing camera. Just like the DSi and 3DS.
Nintendo legend Shigeru Miyamoto has been making games for decades now, with classics like Mario and Zelda on his resume, yet even if he says otherwise, he can't make games forever. So what does the man want to do when he hangs up his boots?
In the week since reports about Nintendo's next home console began appearing in the gaming press, several aspects of the controller of the system's controller have become more clear.
The next Xbox and the next PlayStation won't be released until 2014, if Microsoft and Sony have their way, industry sources tell Kotaku.
The tech behind the Xbox 360's new camera controller, Kinect, is now being used for an impressive—most impressive—new feat: to capture 3D images, stream them over the internet and display them in holographic form.
You're a giant video game company. You've released StarCraft II this year, and Call of Duty: Black Ops is selling ridiculous amounts. Your first name's Activision, last name's Blizzard. You have a plan for the future and, today, you shared.
Veteran game designer Dave Perry predicts a flaw in the possible plans for PlayStation 4, Wii 2 and Xbox Whatever, not that the backer of streaming gaming service Gaikai doesn't have a vested interest in disc-free gaming. (Via Dperry Twitter)
I really enjoy playing old games. This will come as no surprise to readers that keep up with our Friday Old Games series. But when I do get in the retro mood, I almost always play on the real console.