Fourteen years after the disastrous Daikatana, Romero returns to the genre that made him famous.
IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad uses a 90-year-old Stalingrad veteran as a consultant. Ilya Muromets was commissioned by the Russian Military Historical Society. Heck, 1C Game Studios even considers mouse-and-keyboard controls 'an experiment.'
Plus a military dictatorship bans a dictatorship simulator and someone sues Sony over 1080p resolution—this is your must-know gaming news for the week of August 4.
Activision revived the old Sierra website late Thursday, teasing news to come at Gamescom. Is it a new game? An old game?
The new Alienware 13 isn't quite as thin nor powerful as pricier gaming laptops like the Blade and the EVO15-S, but it's a big improvement over last year.
The game streaming giant also changed up the rules for archives, eliminating the ability to archive full-length streams for longer than sixty days.
The gaming platform will not support any new phones or Android L.
Origin's On-the-House program gets weird, giving away acclaimed classic (and Star Citizen's spiritual predecessor) Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger. Did I mention Mark Hamill is in it?
Based on the 2002 Gamecube remake, in 2015 we'll receive an updated HD-ified version of Resident Evil for PC and other platforms.
After a successful Kickstarter run, Wasteland 2 is almost ready for release. We sit down with InXile head Brian Fargo to discuss a sequel 25 years in the making.