Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Annoyed that you couldn't access PlayStation Network or Xbox Live on Christmas? Here's a bit of Schadenfreude.
Now that the Kinect for Windows v2 is out, Microsoft will be selling out its stock of the first-generation motion-based controller.
2014 saw the release of four major MMOs, an MMO alpha, and a ton of expansions for legacy games. Now what were you saying about MMOs being a dead genre?
An ultrawide field of view AND no image stuttering or screen tearing. Yep, this display was made with gamers in mind.
The Sims 4's encroaching pixelization is the latest in a long line of hilarious anti-piracy efforts.
Here I am, sitting in a tin can... in a mind bogglingly large space sim.
After years of prognostications about cloud gaming that have never quite panned out, GRID is an exciting proposition.
Five mechanical keyboards, three of which are RGB-enabled, and only one uses Cherry MX switches. It's been quite a weird year for mechanical keyboards.
AVADirect’s i7 X99 gaming system is relatively restrained in appearance, but is nicely put together and games better than most.
The Nixeus Moda is a pretty average mechanical keyboard, but it's sold for an excellent price.
Hacker group Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for the outages suffered by Sony's gaming network and by Microsoft's Xbox Live.
From puzzlers to old-school RPGs and a whole lot more, these titles were the cream of the PC gaming crop in 2014.
It's Christmas, and the group known as Lizard Squad just discovered its heart is three sizes too small.
Sony is partnering with Samsung to bring its PlayStation Now game streaming service to select Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.
In a special miniature edition of Missing Pieces we wrap up the week's last-minute, please-go-away gaming news.