Batman's technical troubles were just the beginning of Arkham Knight's woes.
Choose your own frame rate! And then watch it plummet when you turn on Gameworks.
Who would've guessed a quiet character study on teenagers and small-town life would be so gripping?
The game will relaunch with a patch that brings the PC version up to content parity with consoles.
Plus: Battle.net adds voice chat, a sneak peek at the Doom alpha, and someone mods the original (terrible) voice acting back into Resident Evil. This is gaming news for October 19-23.
Not just "not out of the bounds of reason." 343's Frank O'Connor literally said there's "plenty of chance" it could happen.
Upgraded to Windows 10 because of DirectX 12? There's finally a game for you to benchmark your rig.
I don't need a $150 Xbox One controller. You probably don't need one either. But that doesn't change the fact Microsoft has built a gorgeous piece of hardware.
Rainbow Six Siege was originally scheduled to launch last week. Instead we went to Ubisoft's office to play five more hours ahead of release.
We recently got an exclusive chance to go hands-on with two hours of Obduction, Cyan's spiritual successor to Myst. The good news: It looks a lot prettier than last year.
One day a Kickstarter game will come out on time, but it is not this day. After a few months of back-and-forth, Cyan has officially pushed Obduction back to early next year.
Sword Coast Legends isn't quite the Neverwinter successor I hoped for, but its four-versus-one tabletop gimmick still seems like a lot of fun.
Plus: Fallout 4 gets a live-action trailer, The Witcher 3 sics a tax collector on cheaters, and Overwatch announces a closed beta date. This is gaming news for October 12-16.
Valve's long-awaited Steam Machine hardware is finally here, and it opens up all sorts of new, living room-based possibilities for PC gaming.
"What does a mod of the Steam Controller look like? I don't know," said Valve's Robin Walker. "But I think in a year we will know, and it'll be awesome."