Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
The focus might be on new consoles, but PCs still put in a good showing at this year's gaming extravaganza.
The PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS are more marginalized than ever at gaming's biggest expo.
Both upcoming Borderlands games are on display at E3, and they're exactly what you'd expect in Borderlands titles—for good and ill.
Gaming's biggest event might be focused on new hardware, but the old consoles still have a little life left in them if these titles are anything to go by.
Oculus is using its newfound wealth to assemble a gaming dream team and ensure that the Rift will have plenty of software support when it launches.
Sony and Oculus had their virtual reality prototypes at E3. Here’s a look at how they compare.
From Half-Life 3 to The Last Guardian, everyone's drooling to see these 15 high-profile games -- and everyone's going home disappointed.
Don't let the generic name turn you off: Hellraid resembles nothing more than a weightier, more violent version of Skyrim's fantasy-themed combat
You build castles and attack castles in Stronghold: Crusader 2—and shoot diseased lion corpses to spread illness among your foes.
We hit the show floor at E3 2014, looking for unusual sights and sounds at the annual gaming expo. And we weren't disappointed.
Alienware's latest 17-inch laptop is gorgeous, well built, and supremely powerful.
Your eyes don’t deceive—this is basically a Razer keyboard.
Lots of aluminum and magnesium in this chassis, but it still weighs 9.5 pounds.
A deluge of computer-focused announcements at E3 promise that PC gaming will enjoy more of the limelight than ever before.
Microsoft has launched the Xbox Feedback site, providing a direct conduit from the fans to Microsoft's ear. Here are the top suggestions so far.
Doom is being rebooted, and its hellish first trailer will have your trigger finger itching for a BFG.