The ultra-portable Orochi notebook mouse also gets a refresh with better battery life and Chroma lighting.
Some of the best and brightest indie gaming gems were on display at PAX 2015.
Witness: The PC version of Mad Max is all shiny and chrome, optimized to Gastown and back.
The PC is taking over PAX. Here's a look at the craziest case mods and beefiest custom PCs from the show floor.
Telltale's new game is more for Minecraft addicts than it is for fans of The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us.
RollerCoaster Tycoon World takes the spirit of the RollerCoaster Tycoon games of yesteryear and infuses it with some of the best elements of Cities: Skylines.
A year after we first laid eyes on the game, Homefront: The Revolution looks decidedly less revolutionary.
Four extra buttons, a built-in headset adapter, and rubber grips will set you back $150.
Plus: The Witcher 3 sells 6 million copies and Just Cause 3 wants to give you a real-life island. This is all the gaming news you need to know for the week of August 24, 2015.
Buying Steam Link, a Steam Controller, or Steam Machines? You'll get the chance to hop into a rocket car and play soccer.
Dolby 7.1, DTS Headphone:X, multiple audio inputs, RGB lighting, and new custom audio drivers—meet the ailing G930's replacement(s).
It's like we're watching Dragon Ball Z and YouTube just started chanting 'KAMEHAMEHA' at Twitch.
The goal for Divinity: Original Sin II? Take the original game and expand it in every single direction at once.
It's the feature you never know you need until you really need it.
The White March is to Pillars of Eternity what Tales of the Sword Coast was to Baldur's Gate.
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