Plus Halo comes to PC...sort of, and somebody breaks their Rainbow Six: Siege NDA in order to show you dudes fighting on an airplane. This is all the gaming news for the week of March 23.
Obsidian has a reputation for crafting fantastic RPGs, and deservedly so. Pillars of Eternity is, in short, Obsidian at its best ever.
Not content with losing its Twitch purchase to Amazon last year, YouTube is apparently revamping its own live-streaming service to focus on games.
CD Projekt Red is pushing beard boundaries for a truly next-gen experience.
Plus EVE Fanfest survives a solar eclipse and Microsoft deals with an eight-year-old lawsuit.
I used it to play Tron. And also to flip myself off. More hands-on information inside.
Ship skins, player-built structures, a new tutorial, and more were discussed at the EVE Online keynote of EVE Fanfest 2015.
Atari's Asteroids reboot is like DayZ in space.
CCP unveils new story trailer for its VR dogfighting game, as well as details for a round of public pre-alpha testing.
It's like the Stonehenge scene from Spinal Tap, except without Christopher Guest's glorious hair. Oh, and it's a video game.
Look closely and you'll spot Myst's Sirrus in Obduction, Cyan's upcoming game.
And that's why we don't have a review for you today.
We take a look at Hardline's singleplayer campaign, featuring Kelly Hu, Benito Martinez, Adam Harrington, and other actors who'll make you go "That's the guy from that one show!"
Want to know what it's like for Lego T-Rex to fight Lego Triceratops? Hold on to your raptor claws, ladies and gentlemen.
To its credit, Hotline Miami 2 isn't just more of the same. But that's also its biggest problem.
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