Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Crytek's Homefront sequel is already looking more intriguing than its inspiration.
Always Sometimes Monsters is one of the closest things we've ever had to an existentialist text in game form. But that doesn't mean it's fun.
Blizzard employees explain the trials and tribulations of bringing characters from Diablo, StarCraft, and WarCraft into a single game.
Every year or two they release a new Spider-Man game. Every year or two there's new cause for disappointment.
Don't want to buy a Wii U but need some kart racing in your life? Arma 3 is here to save the day. Plus, Star Citizen was delayed—again. This is game news you need to know for the week of May 26.
Deep Silver's releasing "Director's Cuts" of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light—perfect for those who haven't dipped into one of the best franchises the PC has to offer.
Valve's vision for PC gaming in the living room is inspiring indeed, but faith alone won't will make Steam Machines a success.
Yes, that's free as in beer, but you need to download it through EA's Origin gaming service.
Are you ready for the responsibility of wielding a sword that transforms into a shield? BattleCry thinks so.
"Realistically, we're now looking at a release window of 2015."
Users will need Microsoft's free Windows 8.1 update to get game-specific performance improvements.
Imagine if the movie 'Saw' had a baby with 'Resident Evil 4.' That's The Evil Within in a nutshell, based on an extensive hands-on demo.
Watch Dogs is beautiful, but it doesn't do anything to change up the same core game we've seen since Grand Theft Auto III. This game is "next-gen" in the looks department only.
China recently ended its ban on foreign-made gaming consoles, so Sony and Microsoft are hoping to reap the rewards of doing business in that country.
We've fallen into a parallel universe—Atari wants to get back into the hardware market. That story and more as we compile all the games-related news you need to know for the week of May 19.