Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
If you want the best the Xbox One has to offer, you'll need an Xbox Live Gold subscription.
Lucas Pope's one-man effort Papers, Please turns Soviet-era bureaucracy into a game, putting you in the role of a hapless border official. Though it seems like a crazy premise, it's one of the standout titles of 2013.
While the overall PC market may be in decline, a report this week contends that the PC gaming market will continue to rise -- in a big, big way. Can you believe a single game was responsible for more than $800 million in hardware purchases?
John Carmack, the creator of Doom and Quake, is turning his sights to enabling the Oculus Rift headmounted display for game use.
Bend the rules of physics. Build bridges for blobs. It's all in good fun.
Cloudberry Kingdom, the debut game from Pwnee Studios, is a strong effort that unfortunately falls prey to the main flaw of procedurally-generated content—recognizable algorithmic patterns of behavior. Once the puzzle is solved, there's little reason to return.
We invade the offices of Razer USA to learn how this PC upstart designs and builds some of the best gaming hardware on the market.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced Everquest Next, promising to change the way we play MMOs.
The Xbox One is going to get a roughly 6.5 percent graphics boost thanks to a 53MHz bump to the console's GPU.
The nigh-unpronounceable rymdkapsel tasks you with building and defending a space station out of randomly selected tetrominoes.
Sony reported a modest profit in its first fiscal quarter ended June 30, continuing a turnaround that started in the last fiscal year.
For online gaming, no latency is allowed. We put competing adapters into identical laptops. See who blinked first.
The Nvidia Shield gaming handheld can play Android games and stream full-fledged PC games from GeForce graphics cards, but reviewers say both experiences are a mixed bag.