Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Killed a gryphon. Killed some bandits. Killed a few dozen goblins. Kept the hype for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt alive.
Brian Fargo and inXile pull another classic franchise out of the back catalog in order to give it the Wasteland 2 treatment.
It's official: DirectX 12 is here, though it's not very handy in its current form.
"We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight on the asynchronous multiplayer maps!"
Plus: If you got trapped in an alternate dimension for the last ten years of your life, good news! You're being compensated with a statue.
Apparently you can disregard a Wednesday report that stated you'll need a new GPU to run Microsoft's hot new gaming API.
Microsoft's HoloLens Minecraft demo got people excited for augmented reality games, but that might be premature. 'Specific games under specific circumstances' is the unmentioned asterisk.
The new Xbox app will eventually allow you to stream Xbox games to PCs and tablets. But it already offers an exquisite amount of details, like how many hours you've wasted on Destiny.
If only we could cure 'Hairyitis' and 'The Squits' in real life.
Zoe Quinn's organization is run by volunteers who have been victims of online attacks
Resident Evil HD is a great remake, provided you contain the nostalgia to enjoy it.
And before you ask: No, the Meat Loaf song isn't in the game. And yes, I am disappointed by that fact.
Steam for Linux is packing a nasty bug that some users say has wiped out their personal documents and everything on their extended hard drives as well.
Would you pay for a TV show's pilot episode? What if it were written by Hideo Kojima?
January 12-16 will be a week that lives in gaming infamy. Or at least was pretty interesting, I guess. Or, well, at least there was some news you might've missed.