Don't-Miss Game Stories
Classic Apple II games and programs hit a milestone at the Internet Archive. Who’s up for some Lode Runner?
With Xbox One, Microsoft's Universal apps are about to expand beyond Windows in a major way.
Plus Bethesda fixes Doom's boring cover art, the Life is Strange devs are working on a vampire game, and Mass Effect meets a delay. This is gaming news for February 29 - March 4.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney says Microsoft wants to monopolize PC gaming, but leaves out the evidence.
Take a tour of Obduction's alien worlds with its first real trailer.
If you already own games in a Steam bundle, Valve will now discount the price--but only if developers opt in.
Samsung FreeSync-over-HDMI monitors make AMD’s variable refresh rate tech more accessible.
This is for every person who said "It will never happen." "The PC is a security risk." "Rock Band is a living room experience."
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Windows 10 launch dinged by issues with AMD graphics cards, G-Sync monitors, and Nvidia graphics switching.
The next major operating system update for PlayStation 4 will stream games to your Windows or Mac PC via Remote Play, but the upcoming beta won't have the new feature.
In the early 2000s, AMD's Athlon chips rocked the PC market with innovative features like 64-bit capabilities, and Intel had to scramble to catch up.
AMD is shattering a speed record with the A10-7890K processor chip, its fastest chip yet with integrated graphics.
Microsoft Xbox chief Phil Spencer says games for the current Xbox One will be playable on next-gen hardware, and the current One may receive some hardware improvements as well.
We sit down with Mike Ybarra, the Microsoft point person for gaming across the Windows and Xbox One platforms, and ask him about the future of DirectX 12, gaming on the HoloLens, and more.
A TV in Quantum Break seems to match the Alan Wake's Return trademark discovered last week. Maybe.
Microsoft has taken a chunk of its hit Forza Motorsport 6 racing game for the Xbox One and made it entirely free for Windows 10 PCs and DirectX 12.
Minecraft on HoloLens may be cool, but with Minecraft on Oculus Rift, you feel more like you stepped into the world.