Coming up on ten years old, World of Warcraft gets its fifth expansion. Blizzard also showed off the game's first (gorgeous) cinematic on Thursday.
Remember all those Steam machines you heard about at CES? They’re finally coming to market—just without the SteamOS.
Get your frag on with this pre-pre-pre-pre-pre-pre alpha build of the new Unreal Tournament.
After weeks of teaser trailers, BioWare finally unveiled its new IP at Gamescom on Wednesday, which it says "is a game that finally fulfills that fantasy of a never-ending RPG."
Alien: Isolation has the potential to be the year's best horror game and the world's best Alien game, but only by brute force.
Risen 3 is like opening a bag of chips, only to find that 90 percent of it is full of air instead of chips. And then eating those chips anyway because you're hungry.
Plus...Geometry Wars? Once thought dead, Sierra's back in a new role: Activision's "indie incubator."
Plus: We get a look at the Alpha's console-like user interface, which allows you to run the whole system without ever seeing Windows 8.1.
Harebrained Schemes (Shadowrun) explores the future of digitally-enhanced board games with Golem Arcana—but it'll cost you.
A strong CPU and GPU don't make up for a crummy LCD.
Fourteen years after the disastrous Daikatana, Romero returns to the genre that made him famous.
Origin's offering to let you ditch your Alienware 14 for a sleek EVO15-S (or other Origin PC).
IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad uses a 90-year-old Stalingrad veteran as a consultant. Ilya Muromets was commissioned by the Russian Military Historical Society. Heck, 1C Game Studios even considers mouse-and-keyboard controls 'an experiment.'
Plus a military dictatorship bans a dictatorship simulator and someone sues Sony over 1080p resolution—this is your must-know gaming news for the week of August 4.
Activision revived the old Sierra website late Thursday, teasing news to come at Gamescom. Is it a new game? An old game?