Don't-Miss Software Stories

Firewatch

Firewatch review: Lots of smoke, but no spark

Firewatch is full of excellent dialogue, breathtaking moments, and stunning vistas, but ultimately amounts to nothing much at all.

Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders

The ABC Murders review: Agatha Christie's murderous short story gets a gorgeous video game adaptation

Agatha Christie's famed Inspector Poirot fills in for Holmes in this point-and-click murder mystery.

Steve Jackson's Sorcery!

Sorcery! Parts One and Two review: Choose your own adventure in this glorious Steve Jackson adaptation

Inkle's digital adaptation of Steve Jackson's Sorcery! is a glorious tribute to the paper gamebooks of yesteryear

Bombshell

Bombshell review: More "bad" than "badass"

Anemic guns, shoddy platforming, and a mountain of bugs make Bombshell hard to recommend.

The Witness

The Witness (PC) review: Uncovering an island's secrets, one line at a time

The Witness is a brilliant puzzle game, ensuring you'll never look at a five-by-five grid the same way again.

The Westport Independent

The Westport Independent review: It's about ethics in journalism

The Westport Independent is a "censorship simulator" about running a newspaper in a fascist country. It's [redacted].

Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak

Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak review: A classic resurrected

Resurrecting a series as legendary as Homeworld? After twelve years? That's an unenviable task—but Blackbird Interactive pulled it off with Deserts of Kharak.

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Check out PowerPoint 2016's best new features: charts, effects and more

Give your slides a new bag of tricks with PowerPoint 2016's changes, which range from subtle to truly cool.

Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege review: Light tactics, heavy explosives, and a few networking issues

"Tear down these walls," said Ronald Reagan. And now there's a video game about that.

marshmallow

Android 6.0 review: A small but significant bump for the world's dominant OS

All the big changes happened in Lollipop. Now it's Marshmallow's turn is to show the world how useful and personal Android can be.

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