Prepare for Titanfall once again, but now with 100 percent more grappling hooks. We go hands-on with Titanfall 2.
Razer's new HDK2 looks like a direct competitor to the Oculus Rift—at least on paper.
After wonderfully successful Doom and Wolfenstein reboots, Bethesda's bringing back the legendary Quake—and that was just the opener for its blockbuster E3 event.
EA kicked off E3 with its first annual EA Play event, and it brought big guns like Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 along for the action.
Microsoft has the technology. They can make the Xbox One smaller.
Plus: Saints Row developer Volition shows off a new game, Homeworld Remastered gets overhauled, and Remedy confirms it has two more titles in the works. This is gaming news for June 6 - 10.
The games industry returns to Los Angeles next week for the biggest gaming event of the year. We break down where you'll want to be, when you'll want to be there, and what size bag of Doritos to bring.
GOG.com is giving away copies of System Shock 2 as part of a "stress test" of the GOG Galaxy client.
Golden Gate Bridge? Check. Chinatown? Check. Full House theme? Only in our dreams (and video editing suite).
HTC's Vive is easy to get. Is it because sales are leveling off? Or has HTC ramped up to meet demand? Doesn't matter, as long as Oculus is still having trouble fulfilling Day One preorders.
We won't have a review until it's possible to watch a cinematic without the video and audio getting five seconds out of sync.
Plus Mafia II returns to Steam, Rainbow Six Siege gets a $15 "Starter Edition," and EA gives away free copies of Nox. This is gaming news for May 30 - June 3.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's superb Blood and Wine expansion is a fine farewell to a grizzled old friend.
Six months of silence had us worried, but Valve's strange peripheral is still alive and kicking. Steam Machines? Maybe not so much.
Given Steam too much money to ever leave? GOG wants to fix that by duplicating your Steam library and giving you DRM-free versions of whatever you already own—twenty games at a time.