If you've ever wanted to roleplay inside of a transdimensional slug city, or fall into a maze seemingly hidden in your own subconscious, then Torment: Tides of Numenera is for you.
A Steam update late last week makes it so you can finally move a game to a new drive from within the client, rather than dragging the folder manually. Good news for SSD owners.
Plus: Mario does (terrible) backflips in Grand Theft Auto IV, Overwatch dangles a Lunar New Year event, and the Oculus v. Zenimax trial gets proper nasty. This is gaming news for January 16 through 20.
The fourth entry in everyone's favorite Nazi-sniping series moves to much larger maps, and becomes a smarter stealth game in the process.
If you're hoping Halo Wars 2 manages to make a real-time strategy campaign feel fresh, you'd better hope harder. Our first hands-on? A good ol' "attack-these-three-points" mission.
A Reddit Q&A with Gabe Newell teases the existence of unannounced projects, particularly in virtual reality, and Valve continues to acknowledge it needs to work on Steam's support system. That and more inside.
Plus: New trailers for Torment: Tides of Numenera and Resident Evil 7, Halo Wars 2 announces a Blitz mode open beta, Dishonored 2's finally adding mission select, and more. This is gaming news for January 9 through 13.
The Nintendo Switch will launch in March for a reasonable price, but it basically looks like a Nintendo console with Nintendo games.
The notoriously outspoken Tim Sweeney credits the Vive's success to Steam being a more open platform.
Plus Mass Effect Andromeda snags a release date, EverQuest Next spinoff Landmark shutting down, and more. This is gaming news for January 2 through 6.
And if you're having deja vu, well, it's because EA already gave away copies of Mass Effect 2 last month—but only for one day.
Microsoft's old IllumiRoom concept has been reimagined by Razer—its Project Ariana is a 4K projector that extends your display onto your walls.
The only problem: It's like two Blade Pros stacked on top of each other and the battery life is probably terrible. Also, we're betting it'll cost more than a used car. But hey, still pretty damn cool.
For the second time this year, Facebook makes a move on Twitch's territory. We'll see if it fares any better than YouTube Gaming did.
The catch? It’s going to cost you $25 for every 20 hours you play. At that rate, you might as well save up for a few months and buy a dedicated gaming PC.
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