Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
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'Hey Gabe, why don't we just make an Xbox 360 controller?' says some guy at Valve, presumably.
Evolve's about two months from release, but it still has a few surprises in store. Chief among them? A "singleplayer mode."
Enormous cities? Check. Granular policy management? Check. Dynamic water simulation? Check. Tears of joy? Hopefully.
Starpoint Gemini 2 is a modern version of Freelancer, but the galaxy's looking pretty lifeless these days.
Two Muppets fighting? A horse with 3D glasses? A corgi blasting off into space? This is but a taste of what Cosmic DJ has to offer.
Total War: Arena lifts the real-time component from the esteemed strategy series and turns it into...a MOBA?
We take a look at five sub-$100 headsets to determine which is the strongest contender.
The Razer Kraken Pro is a decent headset, but it's starting to show its age.
The SteelSeries RAW Prism is one of the most affordable headsets on the market, at $60, but you get what you pay for.
The GX Gaming Cavimanus has bass-driven haptic feedback built into its budget innards, plus 7.1 support.
Kingston doesn't have the same pedigree in the headset space as its competitors, but the HyperX Cloud is a winning device at a cheap price.
Corsair's H1500 features Dolby 7.1 tech and a bright black-and-yellow color scheme.
Endless Legend takes the 4X genre, tweaks it, and somehow makes it all feel fresh again.
Plus, Alien: Isolation goes after the all-important "baby" demographic.