Gaming: What Geeks are talking about from USA Today


Here is the latest Gaming News from USA Today.

The next ‘Call of Duty’ ships off to space
Video game ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ launching on November 4.


New ‘serious’ game challenges players to keep national debt in check
When you get sick of crushing candy and flinging angry birds, maybe you can take on a more significant goal: reducing the national debt.


You can now play ‘Minecraft’ in VR
World-building game is available on Samsung’s Gear VR platform.


Nintendo to launch NX video game console next year
Device will serve as successor to the struggling Wii U.


You can now watch ‘Hunger Games,’ other films on Steam
Valve Software signs deal to stream The Hunger Games, other big movies.


Bud Light to help crown eSports all-stars
Bud Light wants you to help it find five eSports all-stars.


The Xbox 360 era is officially over
Microsoft to end production of the video game console after 10 years.


Gamestop to start publishing indie games
Company partnering with studios through GameTrust venture.


First look: Book celebrates the ‘Art of Atari’
Retrospective takes in-depth look at history of classic video game company.


Nintendo fires woman who became online target
Nintendo says Alison Rapp was fired for moonlighting.


Nintendo’s first mobile app available in U.S. this week
Social app Miitomo available on March 31 for iOS, Android.


Oculus Rift VR is big hit in my house
Oculus Rift is pricey and requires a robust PC. But it’s cool.


Harvard team caught cheating in ‘Heroes of the Dorm’ event
Team disqualified for violating multiple tournament rules.


Big players enter $747M ‘eSports’ market
Competitive video gaming market attracts ESPN, EA, Yahoo.


Big players enter rising ‘eSports’ market
Competitive video gaming market valued at $747 million.


Sony launching company to make smartphone games
Games for mobile devices will initially be available in Japan and Asia.


‘LEGO Star Wars’ unleashes the Force in new trailer
Upcoming game revisits movie story lines and offers fresh gameplay modes.


Head of Xbox apologizes for GDC party with ‘schoolgirl’ dancers
Microsoft blasted for event during Game Developers Conference.


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