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Virtual reality is a current reality, but its future remains a question mark - the GI.biz team reflects on VR we saw during GDC
Insight into the local players, the event's aims and where the region is headed
The GamesIndustry.biz staff shares its thoughts on which games we personally had the most fun with this year
Celebrating six individuals who made their mark on games over the last 12 months
$2.5 billion buys a lot of Mojang, but will the move pay off for Microsoft?
Microsoft had the biggest bombshell with Tomb Raider exclusivity, but is that enough to sap Sony's momentum?
Thanks to our co-hostsm: Amiqus, Exient, OnLive, NaturalMotion and Wish Studios
Kinect-free Xbox, more indie titles and a cautious eye on the VR revolution
The big companies focused on big games and much of it was exactly what we'd expect - the GamesIndustry staff discusses the conferences
As the AAA console industry beats its chest, we discusses our expectations for the big companies at the show
With Kinect no longer a necessary aspect of the Xbox One experience, what might the future hold for Microsoft's console?
Thoughts from the GI team on Oculus' acquisition by Facebook
Place your vote for the people shaping your industry
Celebrating the creators, champions and game changers
The GamesIndustry International staff reacts to the big sale of the Gears IP and what it means for both Microsoft and Epic Games
GamesIndustry staff offer their own forecasts for Sony's multi-device cloud gaming service
Dan Pearson appointed as European Editor as Matt Martin moves on
GamesIndustry staff looks back on their predictions for 2013 and makes some more for 2014
Another fantastic year for GamesIndustry International is coming to a close, but we're not finished yet
With new consoles on the market, the GamesIndustry International staff looks at what could define this generation in the years ahead
Microsoft unveils its new console to the crowds. With additional reports from Berlin, Toronto and San Francisco
As we prepare for next-gen, the GamesIndustry International crew looks back fondly on some of the biggest innovations of the last eight years
Fans, photos and fever as Sony's new console hits North American retail
With new consoles we see mostly well-known brands, and some new IPs from first party, but indie devs like Bloober Team might have a huge impact on next-gen