Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
This War of Mine conveys some horrific truths about civilian life during warfare, and it does so in a way that only video games can accomplish.
Origin's new 'On the House' promotion just went live, and it's one of the best city building games of all time.
Catalyst Omega kicks off AMD's new plan to release a massive, feature-stuffed driver once per year, and with downsampling, FreeSync support, video enhancements, and more, it doesn't disappoint.
CD Projekt Red writes an open letter to the community apologizing and asking for its trust.
The Lizard Squad, a group that carried out a similar attack against the Sony service in August, took credit for the downtime
Thanks to The Game Awards and Sony's PlayStation Experience conference there were a bevy of game reveals and trailers over the weekend. We've got everything you might've missed inside.
The Talos Principle's philosophical puzzling is the closest anyone's ever come to recapturing what made Portal special.
Double Fine announces a release date for one LucasArts retro game revival—and introduces another.
The Crew is a fantastic tribute to American car culture, but not a fantastic racing game.
Plus: The Game Awards, PlayStation turns 20, and more.
Walk with us through a year of unexpectedly momentous, disastrous, and sometimes downright bewildering events in the world of gaming.
Tony Hawk who? This skateboarding game turns America's favorite extreme sport into a puzzler, with excellent results.
But you'll have to act fast—only 250,000 copies are being handed out, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
As the PlayStation brand celebrates its 20th anniversary, Sony Worldwide Studios head Shuhei Yoshida reminisces on 20 years of Sony video games.
Defense Grid proves it's still the best tower defense series on the market, but that's mainly because everyone else stopped trying.