Don't-Miss Game Stories
Plus: A bevy of games (Dark Souls III, The Witness, and more) lock down release dates and Lunar Lander gets reinvented for 2015. This is gaming news for September 14-18.
Windows 10's Xbox app is getting a preview version, just like the Xbox itself.
The Game DVR makes it easy to share game clips with your Xbox-using friends. Here's how to use it.
EA's On-the-House program rolls on with another classic game—the best of the Command & Conquers.
Online poker malware lets other PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker players cheat by getting a peek at cards held by opponents whose machines have been infected.
Microsoft starts publicly testing its new console interface, though you’ll have to jump through some hoops to get it.
Corsair has partnered with MSI to make an overclocked water-cooled GPU.
Looking for living room gaming without the noise? HDPlex’s case with copper heat pipes could be your answer.
Sometimes you can hear a scream.
AMD's new Linux drivers promise fixes in games like Shadow of Mordor and DIRT Showdown.
Lock the doors, turn out the lights, put on some headphones, and keep a spare pair of pants nearby. Frictional's giving away the game that launched a thousand YouTube channels.
What was once an interesting PS4 tech demo now seems like it's headed for an actual release sometime in the near-ish future.
'An unlocked frame rate in Need for Speed is a massive priority for you,' says developer. 'Duh,' says community.
Blizzard managed to squeeze Legacy of the Void into 2015, as promised.
We don't know how much it'll cost or whether people will buy it, but that doesn't mean it's not the best. We go hands-on with the HTC Vive a second time.