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District of destruction: ‘Division’ developers bring Washington to life, then bring it to its knees

When Stripes moved to its new offices a few months ago, I didn’t realize my desk was a great sniper position that could provide overwatch for teammates operating in the dark zone north of Capitol Hill. Or at least it could in the post-apocalyptic world of Ubisoft’s “The Division 2,” which releases March 15.

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Electronic bonanza: Unusually strong E3 showcases titles to make hardcore gamers salivate

There were plenty of new games in venerable series, such as "Halo," "Uncharted, "Gears of War" and "Call of Duty." There were impressive reboots of "Star Wars: Battlefront" and "Guitar Hero." And there was a cool new medieval fighting game called "For Honor." But the most impressive announcement was for Bethesda Softwork's "Fallout 4."


E3 gadgets offer a different view of reality, but will they become the next Wiimote?

Oculus Rift, Project Morpheus, Virtualizer -- just some of the virtual reality setups vying for your eyes in the near future.


'Battlefield: Hardline': Warfighting gives way to cops-and-robbers

Switching the battleground to the streets of urban America means that some of of the usual elements of the "Battlefield" franchise fade into the background, but there’s no denying a family resemblance.


Asymmetric 'Evolve:' Too much change?

4v1 gameplay can deliver a tremendous amount of fun - if you can find the right teammates.


'The Order: 1886' - quickly, press X!

It's clear we need heroes in Ready At Dawn’s “The Order: 1886." Heroes to save us from werewolves, sluggish controls and quick-time events.