There are some pretty creative people out there with some really off-the-wall ideas for games. Check out a few of those by creators who aren't afraid to think outside of the box.
The new Haswell-powered Blade panders to PC gamers on the go, cramming premium hardware into a petite chassis.
Harken back to the simpler days of electronic fun—when your commanding use of the English language prevailed and imagination was key. PC gaming started with text adventures, and now you can relive the nostalgia for free!
Carlos, Jason, and Alex C. live second lives as Animal Crossing characters. Stay tuned as they discuss bells and the finer points of turnip sales.
This virtual 7.1 surround-sound software does a decent job of simulating a much more expensive pair of surround-sound headphones.
The Korea Times says Samsung is killing its desktop PC business. Samsung says it's not.
Take a little time our of your day and no money out of your pocket to boost your IQ. These free games require some serious thinking skills that will give your brain the workout it needs.
Microsoft heard the feedback and changed its always-online ways. The Xbox One will be able to play games offline and used games won't be a problem.
There's more to E3 than big-budget sequels and flashy next-gen hardware. Plenty of amazing games are hiding on the show floor—if you know where to look.
To be a better gamer you must develop the critical thinking and reaction skills of a sensei.
Double Fine's next game is being developed with an unprecedented level of fan involvement.
The first annual Horizon conference showcased a ton of exciting indie games, including new games from noted developers Robin Hunicke, Keita Takahashi and Phil Fish.
Alex and Armando wrap up our second day of E3 festivities, where Armando was overrun with zombies, and Alex fell in love with Project Spark.