Don't-Miss E3 Stories
If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear a quadcopter in your hair. Or something.
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.
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.
You won't find Zelda or Crash Bandicoot here. These were the best PC games revealed at E3 2016.
E3 2016 was an unprecedented event for PC gaming. Catch up on all the big news here.
Dozens of new PC games were revealed at E3 2016. These are the 10 best.
Wilson's Heart proves the potential of the made-for-VR Oculus Touch controllers—if you can make it through the entire thing.
Wilson's Heart's hospital nurses and creepy teddy bears show how powerful virtual reality can be.
Deus Ex's famed open gameplay returns in Mankind Divided.
Shadows Warrior 2: More Wang, more weapons, more d*ck jokes, more fun.
In Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, one of gaming's most open universes gets even less linear.
EA wouldn't let us show you FIFA 17 onscreen, but you can still witness the slow decent into sadness as a soccer newbie tries the game for the first time.
Lo Wang is back and Shadow Warrior 2 is even wilder than the first game.
Pretty soon you'll be able to run circles around your controller-centric friends on the Xbox One thanks to keyboard and mouse support.
From the Razer Blade gaming laptop to the new open-source VR headset, here's everything Razer brought to E3 2016.
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.
Alienware's backpack PC prototype packs a Radeon RX 480 to create a mobile virtual reality solution.
Seize control of Starship Enterprise with four of your friends in virtual reality with Star Trek Bridge Crew.
Star Trek Bridge Crew puts the fate of the Enterprise-like USS Aegis in the hands of you and your friends, in virtual reality.
It's the content that makes the platform, not the hardware. But you wouldn't know that from Microsoft's E3 keynote, which focused on Xbox rather than fresh, unique, compelling games.
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