Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Low frame rates, texture pop-in and weird white screens run rampant, according to a several reports.
Every aspect of Transistor is painstakingly crafted, from its compelling combat to its sharp graphics to Darren Korb's haunting soundtrack.
Civilization: Beyond Earth isn't a true Alpha Centauri sequel for legal reasons, but it totally is.
It doesn't play like Wolfenstein, and it barely feels like Wolfenstein, but maybe that's a good thing—this is the best entry the franchise has seen in years.
Over the weekend news broke that Google is making a bid for Twitch.tv. It's not nearly as bad as it sounds.
Warlock 2 isn't the deepest or the most polished 4X game on the market, but it wins points for its newcomer-friendly interface and humor.
Age of Wonders is back after a decade hiatus, but the otherwise-excellent game leads with its worst foot forward.
Diablo III celebrates its birthday, the Stanley Parable finds its way into Dota 2, and somebody actually cares about the Wii U's sales numbers—this is the gaming news you need to know for the week of May 12.
The National Resources Defense Council reports that the Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbox One consume two to three times the power of their predecessors. And for what?
The Xbox One's first major new Halo game gets a subtitle and a timeframe.
And this time, we're going to the Himalayas.
Child of Light is all-style-no-substance. But at least it's pretty!
If you paid for Xbox Live Gold simply to stream Netflix or Hulu on your Xbox One, Microsoft will pay you back if you wish to drop it.
The vision is gone, and Microsoft is left with Frankenstein of a console, pieced together from the putrid remains of an old Xbox 360 carcass and the shining vision-on-a-hill of what the Xbox One was intended to be.
Sales of Sony's PlayStation 4 console were overshadowed by massive marketing costs as the company exits the PC business.