Tripwire is giving away copies of its acclaimed tactical shooter Red Orchestra 2, but you only have one day to act.
The third installment in BioWare's fantasy RPG series will hit in the fall, provided it doesn't meet any delays before then.
War of the Vikings can provide a few hours of arcade-like fun, if you don't take it too seriously, but bugs and broken systems hold it back from glory.
Moebius, a new point-and-click adventure from Gabriel Knight creator Jane Jensen, is underwhelming at best.
In honor of Snoop Dogg's new Call of Duty DLC, I can say this week was off the chizzle—PlayStation 4, Hearthstone, and space travel inside. This is games for the week of April 14.
The PlayStation 4's new update is welcome news if you're a budding YouTube personality or just like uploading the occasional video.
Ars Technica crawled Steam profile pages to give us the first comprehensive look at sales data from the notoriously reticent retailer. More details inside.
The man behind dozens of nature documentaries spanning six decades is now entering virtual reality.
From Spanish conquistadors to murderous skeletons, this version of the lost Roanoke colony sure is weird.
Not going to lie—this still seems a bit like wizardry. Ballistic is a full-fledged first-person shooter that runs within your browser window. And looks good while doing so.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls isn't quite perfect, but it's amazing Blizzard could salvage this much from the wreckage of the original game.
Games, games, and more games! Apparently mid-April is the hot new time to announce your upcoming titles. This is the must-know games news you may have missed for the week of April 7.
Danfung Dennis started his company Condition One because he thinks virtual reality filmmaking is the future—but it's not without some challenges. Interview inside.
For once, news of the imminent demise of some vital gaming component is actually not a huge deal, thanks to the self-correcting power of the PC games community.
Last year Don Mattrick's asserted that "If you're backwards compatible, you're really backwards." I guess Microsoft wants to be backwards now.
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