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Quantic Dream is bringing PlayStation games like Detroit and Heavy Rain to Epic’s PC store

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney on PC store moderation: ‘We’re not in the porn business’

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Apple is jumping into streaming video with a huge library of shows and films

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Alamo Drafthouse theaters will launch an unlimited movies plan this year

Epic Games will give away $100M in grants to fund creative projects that use Unreal Engine

Nintendo is bringing another huge wave of indie games to the Switch

Cadence of Hyrule is an indie-developed Zelda spinoff for the Switch

Apex Legends loot boxes can be turned into crafting metals, thanks to Belgium ban

Cuphead is coming to the Nintendo Switch, with Xbox Live support coming

Oculus unveils the Rift S, a higher-resolution VR headset with built-in tracking

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