Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Grand Theft Auto V finally made it to PC...but did it make it intact? We take the PC version for a (gorgeous) spin.
Mortal Kombat X is a near-perfect evolution of MK9, blending nostalgia with new roster additions that feel like worthy successors to those lost.
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is the type of game to give you nightmares, and not just because of that mangled title. Though that's probably part of it.
Plus GTA V takes up seven whole DVDs and there's a new Need for Speed movie in the works. This is gaming news for the week of April 6.
Plus there's a beta you can sign up for. Diablo III's best competition just got better.
Video game publishers are officially opposing an effort to revive online games once their servers stop working.
You asked, we delivered. Here are fifteen-ish more classic PC games that have withstood the test of time.
Pincus will replace CEO Don Mattrick, who took the helm less than two years ago.
After two days of (awful) teasing on Twitch, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gets an actual reveal trailer.
If you're in the market for Office 365, Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Music, and free Skype calls, Microsoft has a deal for you.
The Witcher 3 isn't even out yet, but we'll apparently be playing it for the rest of our lives.
They're still making zombie games. You're still shooting zombies. The world keeps on turning.
Here's a comparison for Assassin's Creed fans: Rogue is basically the Revelations of the Assassin's Creed III era, and that's okay!
Plus Texas makes a Tetris-themed lottery ticket, ThinkGeek invents a steamy Steam Machine, and more gaming news for the week of March 30.
Text adventures. Point-and-clicks. Infinity Engine. We round up all the games you should've played back when you had 64MB of SDRAM.