Plus: Interplay's up for auction, Shadow Warrior 2 decapitates dozens of people, and The Walking Dead Season 3 targets a release date. This is gaming news for September 5 through 9.
The PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio drive the point home: PC gaming is more affordable than ever and often a better value than consoles.
Amplitude's fast becoming one of the best 4X studios in the industry, with Endless Space 2 looking like an impressive follow-up to 2014's surprise hit Endless Legend.
Touting technology from AMD's new Polaris architecture, the new 4.20 TFLOP PlayStation 4 Pro should finally allow console developers to reliably hit 1080p at 30 frames per second. And maybe more.
The Sony PlayStation 4 Slim is smaller, quieter, more efficient—but has the same three-year-old hardware sitting inside.
We had to sign a waiver to try out South Park's Oculus Rift parody, the fart-simulating Nosulus Rift. In retrospect, that moment's when we should've walked away instead.
Other items inside: A PC that shoots paper planes, a wall made out of keyboards, and an honest-to-goodness Soviet-era T34 tank. OK, we included that last one just for fun.
The Duke's 20th Anniversary Edition? Not a remaster. Just a better way to play Duke Nukem 3D.
Rock Band VR ditches the trademark note highway so you can feel more like a true guitar god. It makes for a good Oculus Touch demo, but does it have staying power?
Let's all pretend Duke Nukem Forever never happened, so then maybe we can be excited about this news.
I guess we have to take this stupid trend seriously now that Corsair has a $60 RGB-lit mousepad, too.
It's September, and you know what that means! Time for incremental laptop upgrades.
After eight months in hibernation, Razer's Twitch/YouTube-oriented webcam, with Intel RealSense technology, is ready to release. And at a cheaper price than previously announced.
Logitech's Prodigy line offers a good compromise between your typical high-end gear and a $20 piece of garbage.
Every year there's a game like Portal. This year, it's The Turing Test and its lightweight philosophical pondering.