Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
The $100 Ouya Android console has finally made its retail launch, and it's already sold out at some of the biggest online stores—but some early Kickstarter backers have still yet to receive their promised consoles.
Wright, a famouse game developer who spent much of his career pushing the boundaries of simulation on PC, still has a love for PC gaming that shines through in this exclusive interview.
Zynga’s Solstice Arena proves competitive MOBA game can shine on mobile devices.
Got a PlayStation paperweight on your hands? A fix is coming, but it ain't coming quickly.
Free of public relations restrictions, Spector opens up about teaching, game development and his own future in this exclusive interview.
Some games garner so much fan attention that they can't possibly live up to hype they've generated. Here are ten games from recent history that created high hopes but ended up being big letdowns.
This new gaming handheld plays Android apps and streams PC games, but it costs $300. Is it worth the money? Two PCWorld writers argue each side.
Nvidia's Android-playing, PC-streaming gaming handheld just got a price cut and a firm release date.
Kudos to Microsoft for listening to its customers and reversing the Xbox One's contentious DRM schemes, but gamers need to realize they can't have their cake and eat it too.
There was a largely euphoric reaction online in the hours after Microsoft reversed its policies for the upcoming Xbox One game console, which had restricted resales of used games and required a constant Internet connection.
Microsoft heard the feedback and changed its always-online ways. The Xbox One will be able to play games offline and used games won't be a problem.
Nintendo has been crafting Fun for over a hundred years, but their tradition stands in the way of our modern sensibilities.
It's been a long E3. We spent four days learning about new video games and consoles, we put dozens of miles on our shoes, and we cranked out lots of articles and videos. Here's what we thought of this year's show.
Some retailers say they're already selling out of their launch day allotments of the next-generation gaming consoles due out by year's end. But you've still got several options for securing a PS4 or Xbox One right out of the gate.