Don't-Miss Game Stories
It's like Kickstarter, except instead of throwing your money into Tim Schafer's wallet and saying "Keep the change," now Tim Schafer might give you some money back.
Put on your medieval accounting hat, grab a jug of mead, and prepare to take over Europe—through the sword or the power of the ducat.
Ubuntu Linux is miming Windows 10's approach to updating graphics drivers--but keeping it fully optional.
SafeDisc and SecuRom DRM schemes are not allowed on Windows 10, which means the games that require it aren't allowed either.
New DirectX 12 benchmark points to a multi-core future and causes a ruffle with Nvidia.
Plus, someone beat Dark Souls using only his voice, and Witcher 3 gets official mod tools. This is gaming news for August 10-14.
If you’re unhappy with the sharpness of streaming Xbox games to your Windows 10 PC, here’s how to improve it.
One of the hardest video games ever made just got a lot harder. And infinitely more frustrating to watch.
The developer of Google's mobile game Ingress will go solo as it aims to reach bigger audiences.
Larian's making a sequel to Divinity: Original Sin, and it wants your help (on Kickstarter).
Today, we redefine the phrase "Exclusively for Xbox One."
Plus: TIME Magazine's graphics department replaced by a child with a dull pair of scissors, and Cities: Skylines gets its first expansion trailer. We're wrapping up Gamescom for August 3 to 7.
Fans will get new apps for Xbox One and Windows 10, while football coaches get new Surface Pro 3 tablets.
Mojang would rather focus on continuous updates and cross-platform features--kind of like its corporate overlords at Microsoft.
Think Crusader Kings II, except you're building a galactic empire full of weird incestuous aliens.