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.
Plus: Ghost Recon Wildlands shows its stuff and Deus Ex: Mankind gets real.
Corsair's Lapdog lapboard makes mousing around on your couch a breeze, though you'll need to BYO keyboard.
After a dismal couple of entries, Total War: Warhammer proves that maybe all the series needed was ten-foot bats and skeleton cavalry.
Oculus VR's DRM-laden solution to a hack that let players use Oculus games on the HTC Vive is the latest in a long series of mis-steps by the one-time VR leader.
Plus Talos Principle 2 is unofficially-announced, Valve starts raising money for The International 2016, and Kojima puts a skeleton in a spacesuit. This is gaming news for May 16 - 20.
You'll be able to build and play Halo 5 custom maps on Windows 10 by the end of the year, for free.
Forget the alt-history Koreans—it's the bugs that are the real problem in Homefront: The Revolution. This revolution should not be televised.
How much green neon lighting can be crammed into one store before customers go blind? Razer's going to find out.
You’re on Mars. There are demons. The demons need to die. If that's not enough story for you, then too bad.
Start saving up your pennies and selling off your Steam Trading Cards now.
Plus: David Brevik talks behind-the-scenes of Diablo development, Hearts of Iron's dev diary looks at World War II combat, and the Assassin's Creed movie gets real. This is your gaming news for the week of May 9 - 13.
Two hours in, it's the best shooter since Wolfenstein: The New Order. Sorry I ever doubted you, Doom.
Call of Duty went to space this year, so Civilization decided to head back to history.
Beyond an entire new region, you'll also find tweaks for managing your inventory, a whole new skill tree, and Geralt's stand-up comedy career in Witcher 3's Blood and Wine DLC.