Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has occasional moments of brilliance, but in a year packed with good shooters it just doesn't measure up. And don't get me started on the multiplayer.
Plus: Remedy teases a new trailer and American Truck Simulator supersizes like a true American. This is gaming news for November 14 through 18.
Want to visit Manhattan? Tokyo? The Grand Canyon? With Google Earth VR for the HTX Vive you can (sort of) do it from the comfort of your living room.
Expect to see a lot of purple in the next few weeks as people learn to play hacker extraordinaire Sombra.
After thirteen years of paid subscriptions, EVE Online adds a new "Alpha Tier" for free-to-play users in the Ascension update.
Dishonored 2's buggy PC port is plagued by performance problems.
Picture a world where the battle between good and evil already took place, and evil won—and then imagine you work for the villains. That's Tyranny.
If you never got around to playing Ubisoft's neon-soaked, 1980s-inspired Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon fever dream, now's your chance.
With just four months until release, BioWare releases the first "real" trailer for Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Plus: Killing Floor preps for its 1.0 launch, Mass Effect drops a teaser for a teaser, and more. This is gaming news for October 31 through November 4.
At BlizzCon 2016, Blizzard revealed the long-teased Sombra character for Overwatch, teased World of WarCraft content plans, and more.
Blizzard didn't announce Diablo IV at BlizzCon 2016, but it's recreating the original Diablo in full in the Diablo III engine, and adding new goodies to D3.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is yet another instance of the Windows Store version of a game being notably worse than its Steam counterpart.
You can walk away with four free games on top of this year's GOG's "Monstrous" fall sale harvest.
No concept art, no pre-rendered cinematics—Steam now requires developers to fill the screenshots section of the store with actual screenshots.