With July upon us, it's time to take stock and bask in the glory of what's already shaping up to be a banner year for PC gaming.
Devolver Digital's E3 2015 lineup lived up to the company's reputation for weird, lo-res excellence.
All the new Need for Speed game needs is a few Coronas and someone talking about family and it'd be perfect.
Batman's technical troubles are just the beginning of Arkham Knight's woes.
'New genre' or not, Ubisoft's Knights/Samurai/Viking melee fighter For Honor is suitably epic.
If you want a Steam Machine, you'll have to wait until November like some sort of plebe.
Frictional's latest horror game proves the studio still knows how to get under your skin better than any other team out there.
Lego Minifigures Online launched last year and you probably didn't know it. So now Lego's trying again, without all the gross free-to-play hooks.
Plus Destiny tries to get you to drink sugar water, Project CARS 2 is a thing that exists, and...someone recreated the intro to PBS show Arthur in GTA V?
Part Minecraft, part DayZ, part Gears of War—Epic's new game is a katamari wrapped up in other games.
Inside, we answer the age-old question: "Does a Borderlands by any other name Borderlands as hard?"
Should you preorder video games? No. Will you? Probably. And Bethesda's got a wearable with your name on it.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III appears poised to ignore everything that makes the Black Ops series so great, in favor of mechs and futuristic warfare.
If hundreds (thousands?) of angry gamers can be believed, Arkham Knight is totally busted on the PC. We let Steam users tell you how they feel.
Scripted zaniness galore. An unreliable narrator. King's Quest looks to be shaping up into something special.
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