Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Dying Light could've been a classic zombie game, but it's let down by a pretty bland story and mission structure.
Raptr's a popular PC gaming service that powers AMD's Gaming Evolved client--and it's been hacked.
Sony Online Entertainment becomes an independent game development studio.
Plus Battlefield: Hardline gets 'beta' dates, Bud Light gets free publicity, and Disney forgets the face of its father. Here's all the gaming news for the week of January 26.
Steam Machines sounded so good on paper... but they've remained on paper after a long delay, and the need for a Windows alternative diminishes by the day.
The GeForce GTX 970 has an unorthodox memory design that can affect performance in odd situations. Nvidia's planning a driver update that should alleviate the issue.
Imagine if Telltale made a Juno video game, and that gets pretty close to the essence of Life is Strange.
Is Alienware trying to shut down the Alpha or prepare for its successor? The company wouldn't say, but the upcoming Game Developers Conference could affect the timing.
Nearly impossible to purchase for over a decade, you can now play Grim Fandango and understand why it's one of the best adventure games ever made.
Nobody got Dying Light review code until yesterday, so a formal evaluation will have to wait. But here's what we've experienced so far.
Killed a gryphon. Killed some bandits. Killed a few dozen goblins. Kept the hype for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt alive.
Brian Fargo and inXile pull another classic franchise out of the back catalog in order to give it the Wasteland 2 treatment.
It's official: DirectX 12 is here, though it's not very handy in its current form.
"We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight on the asynchronous multiplayer maps!"
Plus: If you got trapped in an alternate dimension for the last ten years of your life, good news! You're being compensated with a statue.