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E3's always been a console-focused show, but the PC was out in force for 2016. We were there to document all the PC-focused companies and hardware on-hand.
You won't find Zelda or Crash Bandicoot here. These were the best PC games revealed at E3 2016.
E3 2016 was an unprecedented event for PC gaming. Catch up on all the big news here.
Wilson's Heart proves the potential of the made-for-VR Oculus Touch controllers—if you can make it through the entire thing.
Deus Ex's famed open gameplay returns in Mankind Divided.
Shadows Warrior 2: More Wang, more weapons, more d*ck jokes, more fun.
The Janus 360 from Drone Volt can carry ten GoPro Hero4 4K cameras to shoot hi-def video up, down and all around
Seize control of Starship Enterprise with four of your friends in virtual reality with Star Trek Bridge Crew.
It's the content that makes the platform, not the hardware. But you wouldn't know that from Microsoft's E3 keynote, which focused on Xbox rather than fresh, unique, compelling games.
The Xbox One S will boast more storage, support for 4K video, and even more internal storage. AMD will also continue supplying the chip, the company confirmed.
Virtually all of the games Microsoft launched during its E3 presentation will be UWP apps that you can play on the PC or Xbox One. The catch is, Microsoft will control everything, meaning no mods or tweaks in the grand PC-gaming tradition.
Sony's PlayStation virtual reality headset comes out October 13 for the current PlayStation 4 with a whole lot of games.
Since our first coverage of Obduction people have asked about virtual reality. Well, now we've got footage—though the Oculus version currently only puts out split-screen view on the main screen. Get ready to cross your eyes to watch our video.
You think E3's a console show? Pfah! E3 2016 provided an abundance of riches for PC gamers. Catch up with all the big reveals here.
Here's a look at everything Sony announced at its E3 2016 press conference, from God of War to Resident Evil VII.