It's like Pillars of Eternity, but crossed with the faction-heavy politicking of Fallout: New Vegas or Alpha Protocol.
Sea of Thieves was our favorite game of E3 2016—at least, what little of the game currently exists.
Batman: The Telltale Series promises to make Bruce Wayne as important as Batman—if not more so.
Three weak cases, one decent, and a lackluster finale make Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter a marked step back from its predecessor.
E3's always been a console-focused show, but the PC was out in force for 2016. We were there to document all the PC-focused companies and hardware on-hand.
Wilson's Heart proves the potential of the made-for-VR Oculus Touch controllers—if you can make it through the entire thing.
PC gaming got lots of love at this year's Electronics Entertainment Expo, and these titles in particular set our hearts a-flutter.
Deus Ex's famed open gameplay returns in Mankind Divided.
Shadows Warrior 2: More Wang, more weapons, more d*ck jokes, more fun.
Alienware's Radeon RX 480-powered backpack PC may look like something out of a cyberpunk dystopia, but it's a practical solution to one of VR's biggest problems: Being tethered to a computer.
Seize control of Starship Enterprise with four of your friends in virtual reality with Star Trek Bridge Crew.
The Acer Predator 17 lets you swap out the optical drive for an extra fan, but novelty can't hide the machine's increasingly long-in-the-tooth discrete graphics.
The rumors were true. At E3 2016, Microsoft announced Project Scorpio, a powerful Xbox One successor capable of 4K resolution and VR gaming.
The virtual reality community exploded after a Croteam employee alleged that Oculus tried to buy exclusivity for Serious Sam VR. The truth is a bit more nuanced.
Since our first coverage of Obduction people have asked about virtual reality. Well, now we've got footage—though the Oculus version currently only puts out split-screen view on the main screen. Get ready to cross your eyes to watch our video.