Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
They're still making zombie games. You're still shooting zombies. The world keeps on turning.
Falcon Northwest's Mach V Icon2 may cost more than your first car--but it should. We fired up this new bird, ran 3DMark at its 4K setting and it settled in on the record charts in the 40s. That puts this product box among the fastest PCs for on Earth for gaming.
Here's a comparison for Assassin's Creed fans: Rogue is basically the Revelations of the Assassin's Creed III era, and that's okay!
Plus Texas makes a Tetris-themed lottery ticket, ThinkGeek invents a steamy Steam Machine, and more gaming news for the week of March 30.
Text adventures. Point-and-clicks. Infinity Engine. We round up all the games you should've played back when you had 64MB of SDRAM.
OnLive's users are losing a unique service that let them play high-end games without a high-end PC. The company apparently couldn't keep up with subscribers' thirst for server resources.
Twitch isn't adding this feature just to be nice. If YouTube is planning to game streaming as rumored, Twitch needs to up its own game.
And it's just the beginning. Devolver Digital 'will be bringing curated film content to the Steam marketplace' from now on. But do you even want to buy films through Steam?
It was fun while it lasted, but Super Mario 64 HD is done...at least in the browser.
Raptr's new Plays.TV social network was built for gamers who want to share video clips of their most glorious gaming moments with like-minded souls.
AMD says its Asynchronous Shaders and Asynchronous Compute Engines should offer a significant increase in performance with DirectX 12.
Koei Tecmo launched Dead or Alive 5 on Steam a month late, and it's still completely nerfed, with no online multiplayer, PS3-era effects, and more.
Plus Halo comes to PC...sort of, and somebody breaks their Rainbow Six: Siege NDA in order to show you dudes fighting on an airplane. This is all the gaming news for the week of March 23.
These majestic games demanded to be played for days, not hours—and your tenacity will be rewarded.
Obsidian has a reputation for crafting fantastic RPGs, and deservedly so. Pillars of Eternity is, in short, Obsidian at its best ever.
We put our hands on Futuremark's new API test, which shows off just what DirectX 12 can do in theory.