Don't-Miss Game Stories
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Battlefront looks and sounds amazing, but we're not convinced there's enough here to keep you interested past the initial oohs and ahhs.
Fallout 4 goes down easy, but only because we've already played this exact game twice before.
The latest in Ubisoft's long-running city-builder series takes players from Earth to the moon and back again.
Don't just write off the Hearts of Stone expansion as "More Witcher 3." It's an often-funny, often-poignant, always-earnest look at what it's like to be Geralt, Professional Monster Hunter—and shows The Witcher 3 at its best.
Batman's technical troubles were just the beginning of Arkham Knight's woes.
Who would've guessed a quiet character study on teenagers and small-town life would be so gripping?
I don't need a $150 Xbox One controller. You probably don't need one either. But that doesn't change the fact Microsoft has built a gorgeous piece of hardware.
Transformers: Devastation is a B-tier game that succeeds only by expertly capitalizing on its source material and your nostalgia.
Civilization: Beyond Earth's first expansion is a smart add-on that makes the game more than just Civilization V in space.
Prison Architect finally finished serving its three-year Early Access sentence. We take a look at the promised land, Version 1.0, to see if it's worth your time.
Davey Wreden's follow-up to The Stanley Parable is either refreshingly raw and personal or painstakingly self-indulgent. Or both.
80 Days smashes together elements of the classic Jules Verne novel with a branching story that spans the entire globe. Plus mechanical elephants.
SOMA is not the horror game I expected from Frictional, but it's an excellent piece of science fiction you'd expect to see in grainy black and white on Twilight Zone or The Outer Limits.
We go hands-on with twenty minutes of Frictional's new horror game, SOMA.
A point-and-click adventure game about a clown that wants to hug people? It's real and it's (surprisingly) not a horror game.
Corpse of Discovery is like slowly drowning in a pool full of your regrets while 'Cat's in the Cradle' plays in the background.