Don't-Miss Game Stories
Harmonix's rhythm-based shoot-em-up A City Sleeps is nightmarishly difficult, but that shouldn't stop you from playing.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is basically Borderlands 2 in space--a fun little stopgap game for fans to play while Gearbox works on Borderlands 3.
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is all about the journey, and the journey here is spectacular both visually and narratively. This game is something special.
Designed for smartphone screens, this attractive side-scroller is well tuned for touch and provides ample replay value.
Crytek brings its Xbox One launch exclusive over to the PC and it's not great. But you should probably buy it anyway.
Oh, Mama, Styx the Goblin has been years on the lam and had a high price on his head. Lawman said, 'Get him dead or alive.' Now it's for sure he'll see Styx dead.
Flipping the series' trademark "tower offense" design, this glossy sci-fi campaign requires smart, tactical decision-making
The world's most famous detective is back with a great set of mysteries as Frogwares' Sherlock Holmes series just keeps getting better.
There's a lot of potential in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor for a great sequel, but this first attempt is being crushed under the weight of Tolkien's source material.
Wasteland 2 embraces its CRPG legacy to become one of the finest--if bleakest--games released in recent memory.
Spacecom strips both the mechanics and graphics of strategy games down to the barest of bones, but keeps a satisfying amount of depth.
Slaughtering zombies with whatever's at hand while dressed in ridiculous costumes is fun, even if the PC port of this Xbox One launch title is perfunctory.
Lichdom is the first game to really get magic right. Unfortunately it does so at the cost of most everything else.