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The Chinese version of the Xbox One goes on sale in Sept, but with a high price
Deep Silver has released "Director's Cut" versions of both Metro games, but should you jump in? Our impressions (and plenty of screenshots) inside.
Yes, H1Z1 is like DayZ, but it's much more newbie friendly.
After years of begging from PC gamers, you can now hide games from your Steam library—though the secretive feature is hard to find. Here's how to do it.
It's time for Solid Snake to get on Mr. Bones Wild Ride. Plus the PS4 reigns supreme again, Michel Ancel is back, and other gaming news for the week of August 11.
SOE clarifies the relationship between Landmark and EverQuest Next and shares a few (sparse) details about the upcoming MMO.
Yes, EverQuest is still around and in active development 15 years after it originally launched. So is EverQuest 2, which nearly 10 years old and also receiving a new expansion, titled Altar of Malice.
These games teach you stuff, some of it even kind of useful. At least, that’s what you should tell people.
Coming up on ten years old, World of Warcraft gets its fifth expansion. Blizzard also showed off the game's first (gorgeous) cinematic on Thursday.
Get your frag on with this pre-pre-pre-pre-pre-pre alpha build of the new Unreal Tournament.
After weeks of teaser trailers, BioWare finally unveiled its new IP at Gamescom on Wednesday, which it says "is a game that finally fulfills that fantasy of a never-ending RPG."
Alien: Isolation has the potential to be the year's best horror game and the world's best Alien game, but only by brute force.
Microsoft has three new bundles coming for Xbox fans around the world and the biggest common feature between them is they all lack a Kinect motion camera.
Risen 3 is like opening a bag of chips, only to find that 90 percent of it is full of air instead of chips. And then eating those chips anyway because you're hungry.
Plus...Geometry Wars? Once thought dead, Sierra's back in a new role: Activision's "indie incubator."