Plus: Dying Light gets official mod tools from Techland, Abe's Exoddus is getting an HD remake, and more. This is gaming news for the week of April 13.
Thanks to a third-party tool called VorpX, you can immerse yourself in virtual Los Angeles. Minus the great Mexican food.
Sick of that RGB keyboard taking up your entire desk? Now there's a tenkeyless variant.
Grand Theft Auto V finally made it to PC...but did it make it intact? We take the PC version for a (gorgeous) spin.
Mortal Kombat X is a near-perfect evolution of MK9, blending nostalgia with new roster additions that feel like worthy successors to those lost.
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is the type of game to give you nightmares, and not just because of that mangled title. Though that's probably part of it.
Plus GTA V takes up seven whole DVDs and there's a new Need for Speed movie in the works. This is gaming news for the week of April 6.
Plus there's a beta you can sign up for. Diablo III's best competition just got better.
You asked, we delivered. Here are fifteen-ish more classic PC games that have withstood the test of time.
After two days of (awful) teasing on Twitch, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gets an actual reveal trailer.
The Witcher 3 isn't even out yet, but we'll apparently be playing it for the rest of our lives.
They're still making zombie games. You're still shooting zombies. The world keeps on turning.
Here's a comparison for Assassin's Creed fans: Rogue is basically the Revelations of the Assassin's Creed III era, and that's okay!
Plus Texas makes a Tetris-themed lottery ticket, ThinkGeek invents a steamy Steam Machine, and more gaming news for the week of March 30.
Text adventures. Point-and-clicks. Infinity Engine. We round up all the games you should've played back when you had 64MB of SDRAM.
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