Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
It may be called PlayStation TV, but this itty-bitty console is all about playing games.
It's real! The Internet whined and Rockstar listened!
There were a ton of PC games on display at E3 2014's press day, if you realized that the "exclusive" in "Xbox exclusive" or "PlayStation exclusive" doesn't apply to PC games.
The PlayStation 4 is going to have a rocking sophomore year if the slew of hardware, PlayStation Plus, and exclusive game announcements are any indication.
Even though Valve's SteamOS has been delayed, Alienware's Steam Machine hasn't. Here's all the details about Alienware's $550 Alpha console.
Sure, there was Assassin's Creed, The Division, and Just Dance—just like you expected. But nobody saw a new Rainbow's Six coming.
Battlefield. Dragon Age. The Sims. Star Wars. Madden. EA's E3 2014 keynote stuck to games with familiar names.
You can test out EA's high-octane cops and robbers online shooter right now.
E3 hasn't even started and big gaming hardware news is already flowing.
This 17-inch gamer is filled with top-shelf components, but is that enough these days?
Origin's latest gaming laptop is stuffed with top-shelf components.
Tobii is teaming up with SteelSeries to launch the Sentry Eye Tracker. It tracks gamers' eye movements to create a "heat map" of their game play, to determine whether they're accurately focusing on threats.
A ton of trailers this week—everything from The Witcher 3 to Mortal Kombat X—as we prepare for the E3 onslaught. This is gaming news for the week of June 2.
We take some time with the latest Elite: Dangerous update—10,000 new players, five star systems, and one complicated commodities market.
If your gaming rig and home network are up to snuff, you can stream Steam games to another PC (including Macs and Linux machines) or Windows tablet and play in other parts of your abode. Here's how to set it up.
The future of virtual reality, Steam Machines, and of course games, will play out next week at this mega-show.