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First impressions: How are reviewers reacting to the PlayStation 5?
The PlayStation 5 reviews have started to trickle in, and it seems like the super-sized machine is making quite the impression. 
11.05.20 | News | Chris Kerr
Here's what they're saying about the Oculus Rift
The final version of the company's long-promised, much-feted VR headset has shipped to the very first consumers, and the press has got their hands on it too. Here's a roundup of praise, complaints, and insights.
03.27.16 | News | Staff
Video: Analyzing Steam's marketplace using public sales data
At GDC 2015 Ars Technica's Kyle Orland uses publicly-available Steam data to peek inside the marketplace and explore how things like Metacritic rankings and discounts seem to affect game sales.
12.06.15 | News | Staff
Don't miss: 10 years ago, World of Warcraft was infected by Corrupted Blood
A decade ago, World of Warcraft was hit by a plague. Epidemiologist Nina H. Fefferman, Ph.D, discusses the lessons learned.
09.13.15 | News | Kyle Orland
Don't miss: Iwata at GDC 2011 - 'Engineering is not quite as important as imagination'
"Mr. Miyamoto taught me a painful lesson: Content really is king. His games outsold mine by a huge margin. I found out then that engineering is not quite as important as imagination."
07.12.15 | News | Kyle Orland
How can public Steam data inform game devs? Find out at GDC 2015
Ars Technica senior gaming editor Kyle Orland is coming to GDC 2015 in March to share useful takeaways from his research data-mining thousands of public Steam profiles.
10.28.14 | News | Staff
Spoiler: Steam games with high Metacritic scores tend to sell well
According to data gathered as part of Ars Technica's ongoing Steam Gauge project, games with extremely high Metacritic scores tend to see significantly higher sales on Steam than those with extremely low scores.
04.22.14 | News | Alex Wawro | 9 Number of Comments 
The Last of Us reviewed: What devs can learn from critics
The reviews are out for Naughty Dog's latest PlayStation 3 game The Last of Us. Let's see if we can draw some practical takeaways from critics' comments.
06.05.13 | News | Kris Ligman | 10 Number of Comments 
Nival Invests In HTML5 Game Dev Bytex
Moscow-based strategy game specialists Nival has made an investment in Saransk, Russia-based HTML5 developer Bytex, the studio behind online collectible card game Berserk: The Cataclysm.
11.28.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 1 Number of Comments 
ESRB, CTIA Detail Voluntary Mobile App Rating System
The ESRB and CTIA have unveiled details of a previously teased voluntary rating system for mobile apps, with support from six major mobile se
11.28.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 4 Number of Comments 
Verizon To Offer 26 Channels Through Xbox Live App
Verizon has announced details of how its FiOS TV service will work on Xbox Live starting next month, with an initial lineup of 26 channels available to subscribers and special promotional deals targeted at Xbox owners.
11.28.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 6 Number of Comments 
UK Government Offers Support For Game Industry-Backed Education Plan
The UK government has offered its support for a "Next Gen" plan of game industry-backed recommendations to improve computer science and information technology education in the country.
11.27.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 2 Number of Comments 
Reports Raise Concern Over Zynga's Future
A pair of recent media reports are raising concerns about Zynga's ability to handle disgruntled employees and maintain player growth as the company approaches a highly anticipated stock IPO.
11.27.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 11 Number of Comments 
3DS Mario, Wii Zelda Sell Over 500K In November
Nintendo has revealed that the 3DS' Super Mario 3D Land and the Wii's The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword have sold over 500,000 copies, helping drive recent hardware sales as well.
11.27.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 44 Number of Comments 
Researchers Develop, Test Single-Pixel Display Embedded On Contact Lens
Researchers have developed and tested a contact lens that wirelessly displays a one-pixel image on a contact lens, setting the stage for future displays that could revolutionize augmented reality gaming.
11.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 16 Number of Comments 
EyeSight Gets $4.2M Investment For Mobile Gestures
Gesture-based controls have largely been the purview of home consoles, but that may change if eyeSight Mobile and its $4.2 million in new funding have anything to say about the use of gestures on mobile platforms.
11.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Microsoft Acquires VideoSurf For Xbox Video Discovery
Microsoft has announced the purchase of Isreali startup VideoSurf, announcing plans to integrate the company's detailed video search technology into the Xbox 360.
11.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Learning How To Design For Free-to-Play
In the first installment of a multi-part series on Gamasutra, freelance game designer Pascal Luban outlines design philosophies designers may have to adopt when m
11.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Nintendo, Third Party Devs Face Exercise Game Patent Lawsuit
Ohio-based Impulse Technology has brought a lawsuit against Nintendo and a number of third-party Wii game developers, accusing them of violating a 1996 patent on motion control technology.
11.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 9 Number of Comments 
Zeboyd Games Sees 100K Sales For Steam Indie RPG Bundle
Zeboyd Games' Robert Boyd has announced the $3 bundle containing Cthulhu Saves the World and Breath of Death VII has sold 100,000 copies on Steam since its introduction in July.
11.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 7 Number of Comments 
Report: 1.2M Non-iPad Tablets Sold So Far In 2011
While sales of non-iPad tablet computers in the U.S. have been steadily increasing throughout 2011, the market is still dwarfed by Apple's market-creating device.
11.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 2 Number of Comments 
Xbox 360 Dashboard Update Coming December 6
A free dashboard update coming to all Xbox 360s on December 6 will add features such as cloud storage for game saves, improved Kinect integration, and improved social sharing features.
11.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 10 Number of Comments 
Activision Aiming To Have Console CoD Elite Fixed By December 1
Activision says it hopes to have "everything up and running" for the troubled Call of Duty Elite social and stat-tracking service by December 1, as work continues on the delayed PC version.
11.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 1 Number of Comments 
[a]list Games Gets $9.3M Investment For Game Marketing
Pasadena-based startup [a]list Games has received an additional $9.3 million in funding from parent company Ayzenberg Group to continue its efforts to help under-the-radar games get discovered.
11.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 2 Number of Comments 
ESRB, CTIA Teaming Up For Mobile App, Game Rating System
The ESRB is teaming up with the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association trade group to create a standardized rating system for mobile apps and games "based on age-appropriateness of their content and context."
11.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 8 Number of Comments 

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