The Razer Kraken X is a budget version of a headset that was already considered entry-level to begin with. It's comfortable enough and sounds good enough for its $50 price tag, but most people are probably better off with the normal Kraken models.
When A Total War Saga: Troy launches in August, it will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store—and temporarily free.
Resident Evil 2 and Final Fantasy VII show how successful modern remakes of classic games can be. These ones next, please!
From Oculus Quest to Valve's fully loaded Index, these are the best PC-based VR headsets you can buy.
Finally, the beleaguered Windows Mixed Reality platform gets an upgrade in the form of the Valve-partnered HP Reverb Gen 2. The main improvement? Four tracking cameras. Finally.
Farewell, Civilization VI. We hardly knew you. This week, it's remasters of Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel up for grabs.
Aftermath is like a three-hour after-credits stinger for Mortal Kombat 11, adding five new chapters to an already fantastic story—though it comes at a steep price.
You won't get the full experience unless you buy the expansions, but Civilization VI is perfectly enjoyable for thousands of hours on its own—and it's free until next Thursday.
They won't replace a real history class, but the Discovery Tours for Assassin's Creed Origins and Odyssey are a great crash course in Greek and Egyptian history. This week, they're free.
After three days with Crusader Kings III, it's definitely more of the same story-driven medieval politicking and strategy—but with a much friendlier interface and tutorial this time around.
Sure, you probably own a copy (or multiple copies) of Grand Theft Auto V by now. It's one of the best-selling games of all time. If you don't, though? Today's your lucky day.
Sure, Epic's Unreal Engine 5 demo looks pretty, but more importantly, UE5 might make it easier for developers to create games with next-gen graphics, a process that's become more and more onerous over this console generation.
Deus Ex, Thief, Tomb Raider, Legacy of Kain, and more are available in Square's anthology bundle, with 100 percent of revenue going to charity.
Microsoft's Xbox 20/20 event gave us our first glimpse of games running on the Xbox Series X, and most will probably land on PC, too. Watch every trailer here.
Why is my Steam backlog so deep? "I don't have time," the most convenient excuse, is gone—but that doesn't mean I'm any more likely to play Final Fantasy XIV or Monster Hunter World, and it's time to stop pretending.
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