Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Plus Google goes to work on Skynet for real, Fast and the Furious gets a video game, and brutalities return to Mortal Kombat. This is gaming news for the week of February 23.
SteamVR, DirectX 12, glNext, Nvidia...something. This year's GDC is a doozy. Here's the lowdown on what to look out for next week as the conference kicks off.
Is there room for another MOBA on the market? Bandai Namco thinks so.
Homeworld is just as revolutionary in 2015 as it was in 1999—and now it looks great too.
Plus updates to the Steam Controller and 'new living room devices.'
These two retro point-and-click adventures are so short, we're taking on both reviews at once.
If Microsoft wants to get a stronger grip on PC gaming in Windows 10, it'll have to do better at keeping scams and shameless clones out of the Windows Store.
We play Hearts of Iron IV and immediately lose Berlin to Poland. Game over, Hitler.
Plus a guy shocks himself with a dog collar for six minutes on YouTube and somebody plays Crusader Kings II for 10,000 hours.
Nvidia's bringing back the ability to overclock your GTX 900M-series mobile GPU, mere weeks after removing the capability and calling it a 'bug.'
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a reminder that while Telltale may have usurped the adventure genre, great traditional point-and-clicks can still be made.
Pillars of Eternity is about a month from release, so we sat down with Obsidian's Josh Sawyer to talk expansion, sequels, and why PCs are so damn amazing.
Ubisoft finally did something right with Assassin's Creed: Unity. Other publishers, listen up.
Sony continues to spin off struggling divisions, including its video and audio business
With SimCity and Cities XXL a disaster, all eyes turn to Cities: Skylines. We got some hands-on time prior to its March 10 release date. So far, things look good.