Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Hacker group Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for the outages suffered by Sony's gaming network and by Microsoft's Xbox Live.
From puzzlers to old-school RPGs and a whole lot more, these titles were the cream of the PC gaming crop in 2014.
It's Christmas, and the group known as Lizard Squad just discovered its heart is three sizes too small.
Sony is partnering with Samsung to bring its PlayStation Now game streaming service to select Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.
In a special miniature edition of Missing Pieces we wrap up the week's last-minute, please-go-away gaming news.
And soon you'll be able to toss back a few beers with Pac-Man. Really!
Based on the classic novel, this interactive fiction experience blends excellent writing with empowering decision-making.
They're small, scrappy, and just as enjoyable as big-name games. Don't miss these standout titles from a busy year.
HP's new Omen marks the return of Voodoo DNA to gaming laptops with a thin and relatively powerful gaming laptop.
Merry Gabemas and a Happy Steam Year!
'Hey Gabe, why don't we just make an Xbox 360 controller?' says some guy at Valve, presumably.
Evolve's about two months from release, but it still has a few surprises in store. Chief among them? A "singleplayer mode."
Enormous cities? Check. Granular policy management? Check. Dynamic water simulation? Check. Tears of joy? Hopefully.
Starpoint Gemini 2 is a modern version of Freelancer, but the galaxy's looking pretty lifeless these days.
Two Muppets fighting? A horse with 3D glasses? A corgi blasting off into space? This is but a taste of what Cosmic DJ has to offer.
Total War: Arena lifts the real-time component from the esteemed strategy series and turns it into...a MOBA?