Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Google has finally released an app for its Google Play Games services, but it doesn't really bring gamers together.
Shadowrun Returns, from developer Harebrained Schemes, is lacking some of the depth that made old isometric RPGs so well-regarded, but is a great first step towards revitalizing a much-loved genre, franchise, and universe.
Monsters. Mayhem. Mind-blowing graphics. The best indie titles make triple-A games look downright klunky.
The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief takes cues from mystery films of the 1960s and does a fantastic job, but the setting brings into sharp relief the shortcomings of the point-and-click genre—shoddy pacing and leaps of logic conspire to bring the game down.
Ravenmark: Mercenaries couples gorgeous artwork with complex strategy into a package that’s just right for competitive multiplayer.
You're no army general or mayor, and people's lives probably don't rest on the decisions you make—time for that to change. Check out these strategy games to get the tactical edge on any opponent.
Kicking back with a great video game is a terrific way to give yourself a break from the pressures of school. Here are a few basic tips to keep in mind when you’re choosing a gaming system.
Raptr, the desktop app and social network that manages your games, has teamed up with Twitch to provide in-app video streaming without any extra software.
This labor of love adds new quests, features professional voice acting, and breathes new life into a classic game.
At Fanfest we stumbled across the smallest and rarest group of players in EVE Online—the wormhole players.
Sony’s Bid for Greatness promotion offers real-world prizes for digital trophies.
Subsidies aren't just for phones, and Oculus Rift's developers want to get create to get their hardware on as many eyes as possible.