Plus: Harmonix has a new VR game, Verdun sequel Tannenberg emerges from early access, a free Rainbow Six Siege weekend, and more. This is gaming news for February 11 to 15.
The days of Steam being your only option on PCs are long gone if you want to play today's hottest triple-A games.
Crackdown 3 feels like a game unstuck from time, a piece of 2007-era design that sneaked through into 2019, with middling results.
Far Cry New Dawn is the second series overhaul in as many years, with excellent results, but the story continues to underwhelm.
Escaping the cramped corridors of the Moscow subway system, Metro Exodus comes full circle and embraces a S.T.A.L.K.E.R.-esque open-world where it's just you, a map, a gun, and a prayer. It's janky, sure, but we love it anyway.
Plus Two Point Hospital gets custom interiors, Epic gives away copies of Axiom Verge, and Kabal returns to Mortal Kombat. This is gaming news for February 4 to 8.
With New World, Amazon has put the politics of an EVE Online into an historical 17th-century setting. The question is whether players will follow that vision.
We played The Division 2 for more than six hours, covering the beginning hours of the game as well as a single end-game mission.
Plus: Another Fallout 76 patch mishap, Capcom confirms Resident Evil 2 story DLC, and Quantic Dream might go multi-platform once more. This is gaming news for January 28 to February 1.
Crackdown 3 feels average, at a time when Microsoft desperately needs exceptional.
Another notable game, Metro: Exodus, defects from Steam for the Epic Games Store, and slashing the price in the process.
The Lenovo Legion C730 Cube has an eye-catching design, a fairly easy upgrade path, and enough power to play modern games at High settings. And it does it all for cheap.
We pick the best wireless headsets and the best overall headset for your PC gaming pleasure.
Plus trailers—so many trailers—for Far Cry: New Dawn, Heaven's Vault, Atomic Heart, Yakuza Kiwami's PC release date, and more. This is gaming news for January 21 to 25.
Sennheiser's GSP 600 could use a price cut, a better fit, and a sleeker look, but the sound quality is phenomenal for gaming purposes.
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