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No game has ever captured the feel of trench-based warfare as well as Verdun.
Kerbal Space Program isn't just a fantastic simulation. It's one of those games that makes you glad you play on PC, because it could only come to exist on PC.
Plus: Is The Witcher 3 here yet? Not quite, but a slick new trailer is.
It takes a lot of horsepower to drive the Oculus Rift's dual 2160×1200 displays at 90 frames per second, but not as much as expected.
This hidden mod malware puts the Grand Theft in Grand Theft Auto V.
Microsoft, in all its benevolence, announced today that it will generously pre-install Candy Crush Saga for you. So kind of them.
AMD's finally got a rebuttal for Nvidia's Witcher 3/Batman: Arkham Knight bundle. Competition is great!
Most mobile gaming quad-cores struggle to crack 3GHz, but the Core i7-4790K in the EON15-X cruises along at 4GHz and will Turbo up to 4.4GHz
Broken Age's first act was mediocre but had potential--potential that its conclusion squanders.
Nvidia's cloud gaming service just got a lot crisper for those with a fast enough Internet connection. All that's missing is a console to play on.
I am Bread is the dumbest thing to come along since Goat Simulator.
From SimCity to The Sims to Spore, Will Wright's entire career has revolved around letting gamers use their own creativity, and Thred, his new app, continues the theme
Did you like Wolfenstein: The New Order? If so, you'll probably like this standalone expansion.
Plus: A ton of pre-E3 game announcements and rumors, Ouya desperately needs a buyer, and Ubisoft threatens us with Watch Dogs 2. This is gaming news for the week of May 4.
Instead of flooding the smartphone gaming market with Mario and Zelda, Nintendo says it's picking its battles carefully.
The first game for smart devices will be rolled out in this calendar year