Don't-Miss Game Stories
Hope you weren't holding your breath for a Blu-ray-less Xbox One, because Phil Spencer says it ain't happening.
Buying Steam Link, a Steam Controller, or Steam Machines? You'll get the chance to hop into a rocket car and play soccer.
Dolby 7.1, DTS Headphone:X, multiple audio inputs, RGB lighting, and new custom audio drivers—meet the ailing G930's replacement(s).
Alienware is back with an updated version of its microtower that kicked off the revolution.
AMD's new Radeon R9 Nano graphics card packs more performance than a Radeon R9 290X, but measures a mere 6 inches long. Here's a look under the hood.
It's like we're watching Dragon Ball Z and YouTube just started chanting 'KAMEHAMEHA' at Twitch.
The goal for Divinity: Original Sin II? Take the original game and expand it in every single direction at once.
It's the feature you never know you need until you really need it.
Plus: twelve minutes of XCOM 2, six minutes of Mad Max, and one more week of summer. This is gaming news for the week of August 17-21.
Now if only GameFly could do something about its very limited streaming library.
Short on buddies with high-end gaming rigs? No problem, as GameStream will let anyone with a half-decent PC take the controls or join in same-screen cooperative play.
Luckily this lawsuit didn't drag on as long as Duke Nukem Forever's development cycle.
Push-button overclocking will make a return later this year, when Intel rolls out its first unlocked versions of the Skylake mobile chip.
Intel's RealSense 3D camera is coming to smartphones, robots and even vending machines.
After the feature leaked a few days ago, Microsoft officially turns it on for everyone as part of the August update.