Don't-Miss Game Stories
The latest episodic affair from Walking Dead developer Telltale Games is another captivating graphic adventure.
This gorgeous episodic adventure puts a touch-based twist on the sneak-and-shoot genre—without the shooting.
After seven years and a Kickstarter campaign, fans finally get another chapter of The Longest Journey.
Far from a lazy cash-in, this Zen Pinball-powered affair includes two great tables and plenty of amusing fan service.
The space-themed Beyond Earth is polished, deep, and addictive—what more could you want from a Civilization game?
Unless you're allergic to pixel art or Tim Curry makes you violently ill, you're better off experiencing the original than this competent-but-sterile 20th anniversary remake.
This platformer's neither polished nor long enough to warrant your attention, despite the cute concept.
Duck behind cover, stealthily attack guards, and avert a nuclear crisis in this slick spy adventure.
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.