Don't-Miss Game Stories
If you haven't been paying much attention to virtual reality, now might be a good time to start. In a series of announcements at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, some of the biggest names in smartphones, consumer electronics and social media have given the technology a major boost.
With Psychonauts 2's campaign wrapped up, it's time for something mind-bending in a different way. (That's a weed joke.)
The VR system from HTC and Valve comes with greater sticker shock, but also includes more stuff.
The designer of the graphics chips for the iPhone 6s and HTC One M9+ is setting its sights lower for its next generation of products, a move that spells good news for mobile gamers with a smaller budget.
Samsung has given gaming and graphics performance a big boost in the new S7 and S7 Edge phones as it attempts to build on its partnership with Oculus and make virtual reality a key application for smartphones.
Plus Master of Orion shows off its all-star voice cast, WWE 2K16 comes to PC after all, and Quantum Break skips Steam for Microsoft's store. This is gaming news for February 15 - 19.
Square Enix will support Nvidia's GeForce Now game-streaming service with five titles in 2016.
Activision caves to the "I only play Call of Duty for the multiplayer" crowd with a new (temporary) Multiplayer Starter Pack that's only $15.
Hitman and Tom Clancy's The Division sweeten the deal on AMD and Nvidia GPUs, and highlight each brand's graphics tech.
The Vulkan graphics API is finally here, but does it bring a dramatic change in PC gaming with it?
The look of games on Linux-based Steam machines and mobile devices will improve with the upcoming Vulkan API.
Plus no Assassin's Creed in 2016, a sequel to Watch Dogs, and Quantum Break unveils a PC version. This is gaming news for February 8 - 12.
Microsoft will launch Remedy's upcoming Quantum Break Xbox One game with a digital copy for Windows 10, with more deals like this to follow.
IO Interactive and AMD team up for a big performance boost on Radeon graphics cards.
AMD details the CPUs that you'll need to run Oculus Rift, but I'm still confused