Obsidian must gather its party before venturing forth.
It's a whole new world (or some other similarly catchy hyperbole).
The world's most famous detective is back with a great set of mysteries as Frogwares' Sherlock Holmes series just keeps getting better.
Thumbs-up on Lenovo’s choice of CPU and case; thumbs-sideways on its choice of GPU
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There's a lot of potential in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor for a great sequel, but this first attempt is being crushed under the weight of Tolkien's source material.
Creative Assembly is officially moving on from Rome II and exploring the fall of the Roman Empire with Total War: Attila.
Steam Music will feel superfluous on a Windows PC, but it'll be vital when Steam Machines launch.
With new personalized recommendations, a smarter homepage, and community curators Steam just got a whole lot easier to explore.
If you weren't already convinced by Buzz Aldrin punching someone in the face, Nvidia would like a few words with you conspiracy theorists.
They said it was impossible to make a keyboard with Cherry MX switches and full RGB backlighting. With some fancy engineering tricks, Corsair's K70 keyboard proves them wrong.
Samsung's Gear VR headset isn't perfect, but the first big-name VR headset to market makes an impressive debut nonetheless.
A virtual alien waved at me and I waved back. It's that good.
At this weekend's Oculus Connect conference in Los Angeles, CA the virtual reality company announced the new Crescent Bay prototype.
"We don't want everyone to have to take the same risks we took. We just want to share the things we learned so you don't have to do that. We're all in this to build virtual reality together."