It's a little friendlier and a lot more talkative than the King's Quest games of yore, but this is an excellent sequel to/re-imagining of a long-dormant classic.
What do you give the Witcher who has everything? The chance to do it all over again.
Plus Rise of the Tomb Raider gets a PC release date, and Rare puts out a musical number for its upcoming compilation release.
Announced at Quakecon today, the Fallout Anthology is coming this fall.
Hopefully this bundle turns out a bit better for Nvidia and its customers than that Batman: Arkham Knight bundle.
The Talos Principle's philosophical puzzling didn't necessarily need an expansion, but we're still happy it got one.
More than ten years after its launch, we basically get Knights of the Old Republic II HD for free.
And it's strangely reminiscent of another stripped-down fighting game, Divekick.
The World's Greatest Detective needs time to fix his problems. Quite a bit more time.
Plus: Just Cause 3 turns into a Choose Your Own Adventure and someone's making a new Warhammer 40,000 action-RPG. This is gaming news for July 13.
Virtual reality has the potential to change the world, but you'll need to understand the radical new technology before you embrace it.
Oculus VR's VP of product explains why the Rift headset will ship with an Xbox 360 gamepad, but not the Oculus Touch VR controller.
Oculus Touch could be a fantastic piece of hardware, as long as developers actually take advantage of it.
You Must Build a Boat is basically 10,000,000 Redux, but that's not at all a bad thing. Unless you have work to do.
A proper game demo? In 2015? This isn't an episode of The Twilight Zone, right?
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