The game developer that brought us Half-Life and Left4Dead sees emotion as the next step in game input.
This year's 48-hour game development competition is centered on minimalism.
The erstwhile peripheral maker is taking a stab at the VOIP space with Razer Comms.
Today we're skipping fish with time traveling ninjas.
The Galaxy Note 8.0's humble chassis and $400 price tag don't inspire much confidence, but you'll find quite a lot to like here.
Skulls of the Shogun offers a clever turn-based strategy experience across any platform bearing a Microsoft badge. And who doesn't enjoy crushing the occasional skull?
Nintendo’s 2013 lineup is looking a bit familiar, and I’m okay with that.
Rock out to Rockstar’s iconic radio stations.
Microtransactions are here to stay, but what's the appropriate amount of nickel-and-diming?
The Roccat Isku FX lacks mechanical keys, but delivers an otherwise excellent typing and gaming experience.
Hotels with a beat, mafiosos to beat, and wizards who can’t help beating each other.
Let’s do a bit of fishing, play a few rounds of golf, and cap it all off with a nice walk.
SimCity is a visually striking homage to a classic series that takes city building in bold new directions, but troubling business decisions and technical snafus spell trouble.
SimCity’s server woes set a troubling precedent for PC gaming.