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Take-Two posts smaller 1Q loss, lower revenue

Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. posted a smaller loss for its fiscal first-quarter as lower expenses outweighed a revenue decline. Full story

Video game personality Ryan Davis dead at 34

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Video game journalist and podcaster Ryan Davis, known for his devout fan following in the tight-knit community, died last week at the age of 34, Giant Bomb, the news gaming site he cofounded, said on Monday. Full story

5 Fixes for the OUYA Game Console

The OUYA is ready to make a name for itself among video game consoles. Full story

Why the Worst Game Ever Won't Stay Buried

It's hard to imagine a video game so terrible that it could single-handedly crash an entire market, but in 1982, Atari released one. "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial"was such an ignominious failure that Atari buried all unsold copies of the game — almost 4 million of them — in the New Mexico desert, or s Full story

Electronic Arts expects stronger 2014 slate

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Electronic Arts Inc forecast fiscal 2014 earnings above Wall Street's expectations as cost cuts take hold and higher-margin digital sales accelerate, lifting the video game publisher's stock 8 percent. Full story

Video game maker drops gun makers, not their guns

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - In the midst of the bitter national debate on gun violence, gun manufacturers and videogame makers are delicately navigating one of the more peculiar relationships in American business. Full story

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  Ouya shipping March 28th to backers

The Android based video game console is shipping to kickstarter backers March 28th and announced new games and hires.

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