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With SimCity and Cities XXL a disaster, all eyes turn to Cities: Skylines. We got some hands-on time prior to its March 10 release date. So far, things look good.
22 years after Doom's release, a mod is bringing present-day social media crazes to the game.
Nvidia's Grid PC game-streaming service has doubled the size of its library in a few short months.
It's like fantasy football, but with less sweat and more ganking mid.
Plus: Godus is dead, see the world through Rico's eyes in a new Just Cause 3 trailer, and more.
Which graphics card is best for your money? We test over a dozen AMD and Nvidia GPUs to help find the answer.
Good news: The latest Total War game is better than Rome II's launch. But that doesn't mean it's perfect.
Remember how people were kind of upset about Evolve's DLC ambitions? I think we're starting to see the full scope.
Does this mean that long-awaited Fallout 4 announcement? If that's not what it means, people might burn Los Angeles to the ground.
Asteroids as a base-building survival sim sounds insane. But maybe it's the right kind of crazy?
Razer's Oculus Rift competitor isn't out yet, but the OSVR initiative already has one eye on the future.
Evolve is a great game. Now the real question is whether the community will stick with it.
Also: Ultima Underworld comes back from the dead, Mortal Kombat X hardware requirements, and Dying Light meets Mario.
Mortal Kombat X refines Mortal Kombat's reboot of the storied, spine-ripping franchise.
Shadow of Mordor ran away with the show -- until another game swooped in to steal Game of the Year at the last second.