Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Microsoft is already getting ready for the holiday shopping season with a $50 price cut on the Xbox One. Will this give Microsoft's console an edge over the PlayStation 4 as we close out 2014?
After seven years and a Kickstarter campaign, fans finally get another chapter of The Longest Journey.
Plus Mortal Kombat is getting a live-action series, we get a glimpse of the Star Wars Battlefront sequel that never was, and someone threatens Gabe Newell's life.
Far from a lazy cash-in, this Zen Pinball-powered affair includes two great tables and plenty of amusing fan service.
Don't be ashamed to curl up in a ball in the corner. These PC horror games will scare the pants off of even hardened gamers.
Return of the Obra Dinn transports you to 1808. You're an insurance adjustor for the East India Company. And it's all done in 1-bit graphics.
The space-themed Beyond Earth is polished, deep, and addictive—what more could you want from a Civilization game?
Unless you're allergic to pixel art or Tim Curry makes you violently ill, you're better off experiencing the original than this competent-but-sterile 20th anniversary remake.
Mac and Linux users, prepare for launch and intergalactic warfare.
The new ESL app adds Xbox One games to its game competitions, setting the stage for FIFA soccer tournaments alongside PC games like Defense of the Ancients 2.
This platformer's neither polished nor long enough to warrant your attention, despite the cute concept.
Plus: Plus Rudy Giuliani says "Call of Duty by Activision" is an "excellent game" and The Witcher 3 will get you so hyped for empty fields.
Duck behind cover, stealthily attack guards, and avert a nuclear crisis in this slick spy adventure.
The new Google Play Games lets players challenge one another if they're in the same room.
Harmonix's rhythm-based shoot-em-up A City Sleeps is nightmarishly difficult, but that shouldn't stop you from playing.