Hayden DingmanGames reporter, PCWorld

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StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void's three-mission prologue free for anyone, starting today

Starting today, anyone can get a taste of Legacy of the Void with the three-mission Whispers of Oblivion mini-campaign.

Far Cry Primal

Far Cry Primal officially revealed, takes players to the Stone Age

After an ultra-long reveal stream and a leak, Ubisoft finally reveals the next Far Cry entry. The only question now is "Can we ride woolly mammoths?"

Prison Architect

Prison Architect review: Warden's pet

Prison Architect finally finished serving its three-year Early Access sentence. We take a look at the promised land, Version 1.0, to see if it's worth your time.

The Beginner's Guide

The Beginner's Guide review: A weird, fiercely personal game

Davey Wreden's follow-up to The Stanley Parable is either refreshingly raw and personal or painstakingly self-indulgent. Or both.

BattleTech (2015)

This week in games: BattleTech heads to Kickstarter and a Fallout fan builds a working vault door

Plus: Frictional releases a live-action SOMA prequel and EA announces a Mass Effect theme park ride. This is gaming news for September 28 - October 2.

Batman: Arkham Knight

Batman: Arkham Knight swoops back onto Steam in time for Halloween

After four long months, the Caped Crusader will finally finish up his walk of shame and go back on sale.

Worlds Adrift

Worlds Adrift preview: Surgeon Sim's dev gets serious in floating island survival game

First Bossa made Surgeon Simulator. Then it made a game about being a slice of bread. But its new survival game is a different kind of ambitious.


Armikrog review impressions: This relentlessly old-school, Gumby on acid-like game could use a bit more polish

After multiple delays, we finally get our hands on this claymation point-and-click. Good news: It runs.


WildStar promises less grind as it goes free-to-play today

WildStar was the most promising MMORPG of 2014, then the most disappointing MMORPG of 2014. Now it's (maybe) the most promising MMORPG of 2015?

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80 Days (PC) review: Choose your own adventures

80 Days smashes together elements of the classic Jules Verne novel with a branching story that spans the entire globe. Plus mechanical elephants.


Logitech's G410 Atlas Spectrum is a compact, tenkeyless RGB keyboard

Logitech's newest gaming keyboard is for those who want Romer-G switches and RGB lighting without losing half their desk in the process.

Oculus Arcade

For virtual reality to be perfect, it needs to be less perfect

Arcades that don't feel like arcades, living rooms that don't feel lived in—we take a look at virtual reality's problem with perfection.

Rainbow Six Siege

This week in games: Rainbow Six Siege beta is here, and so is Bigfoot (in GTA V)

Plus: Dragon Age Inquisition goes Game of the Year edition, Fallout teaches endurance, and Hitman gets delayed. This is the gaming news for the week of September 21 - 25.

netflix oculus gear vr

Netflix's ho-hum virtual reality debut needs some refinement

Netflix has landed on Samsung's Gear VR headset, and it's both wonderful and slightly disappointing.

Oculus Rift

Butterflies and bullet trains: Oculus Rift's emotional demos will kick you in the heart

The emotional new Oculus Rift experiences revealed at Oculus Connect will make you feel happy, sad, and badass.