We spent a few hours with Battlefield 1's beta and managed to shoot down a plane with a cannon. A cannon mounted on the front of a train. You might want to play this.
Another of Steve Jackson's circa-1980 adventure gamebooks gets a hybrid RPG/text adventure adaptation, this time by Tin Man Games—and with an excellent tabletop gaming aesthetic.
Plus WB says "Just kidding, we're bringing Mortal Kombat XL to PC," and some new trailers for Cities: Skylines, Yooka-Laylee, and ToeJam and Earl. This is gaming news for August 22 - 26.
These travel-themed games are not only entertaining, but also immune to a so-so internet connection and the limitations of your portable device.
It's been ten years since Cyan's last Myst game. Can spiritual successor Obduction step cleanly into those shoes? We found out.
Sony's DualShock 4 controller is finally getting official PC support, but in the form of a dongle rather than simple PC drivers.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided feels exactly like Deus Ex: Human Revolution, for better and worse.
We spent an hour hands-on with Divinity: Original Sin II. Our major takeaway? Make sure to hit F5 and save the game before you do anything stupid.
Fall draws nigh, and with it comes a deluge of top-tier PC games.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole is basically the “Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It” approach to a sequel, and that’s totally fine.
It's packed with features, but the Tesoro Lobera's faux-metal and plastic rivets could use an overhaul for 2016.
Tesoro's streamlined Excalibur lets you live in the cyberpunk future without dropping $150-plus on a keyboard.
Spoiler: It does not look much like a Metal Gear game.
Microsoft envisions a future where headsets, keyboards, controllers, and all your PC peripherals run seamlessly on the Xbox One's wireless signal. But should you care?
There will indeed be no men in the sky today, at this rate.