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Assassin's Creed: Unity would already be a mediocre game, but the quality of this PC port brings the series to new lows.
After a one-week hiatus (blame BlizzCon), Missing Pieces is back with a double dosage of must-know gaming news.
Scaling down the formula from classic 2D adventures, this platform-action quest sends you underground in search of stolen treasure.
Health, wearables, virtual reality and the smart home were the key themes at Samsung’s Developer Conference in San Francisco.
Both PC and console versions hit by bizarre bugs, yet Ubisoft strangely calls out AMD problems in particular.
Nvidia's GRID cloud gaming service will be available free, but only to Shield tablet and handheld game console users in the US.
Two free games, and the D&D Classics collection on sale for 80 percent off—GOG's Fall Sale opens with some loud shots.
If you're excited to play the new Assassin's Creed, maybe hold off and see whether Ubisoft fixes any of the issues.
The epic three-part story of StarCraft II comes to a close with Legacy of the Void.
Dragon Age: Inquisition has some utterly amazing moments, but they're padded out by a fair amount of ho-hum filler.
The latest system update for Xbox One lets you personalize your Home screen and gives you more interactive TV watching.
We go hands-on with Blizzard's new first-person shooter, Overwatch, at BlizzCon 2014 to answer one burning question: Is it any good?
Yes, a shooter. Also, Hearthstone is coming to Android and getting a Goblins and Gnomes-themed expansion, and Heroes of the Storm enters closed beta.
Looking to buy Assassin's Creed: Unity, Far Cry 4 or The Crew? You'll have to shop through Uplay, at least for now, as Ubisoft conducts an apparent standoff with Valve.
It's may be the Humble Store's birthday but gamers are the ones getting gifts, in the form of the amazing post-apocalyptic shooter Metro 2033.
The latest episodic affair from Walking Dead developer Telltale Games is another captivating graphic adventure.