State of Decay 2 is a satisfying take on the "What would you do if zombies attacked?" fantasy, but the technical issues are honestly scarier than the undead here.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller is a versatile device for people with limited mobility.
After a Walmart leak and a series of Twitter teases, Bethesda revealed Rage 2 indeed exists.
Boss Key's battle royale game, Radical Heights, just launched last month in Early Access, but it wasn't enough to save the Lawbreakers studio from closure.
Plus: The Boston Red Sox's David Price is forced to stop playing Fortnite at the ballpark, the Rusty Lake series is putting out a film alongside its next game, and more. This is gaming news for May 7 to 11.
The Corsair Obsidian 1000D is a beast of a case capable of holding two PCs, 18 fans, and all the RGB you want to throw at it.
Windows Mixed Reality headsets use impressive technology that make them easy to set up, but frustrating to use.
Bungie is making huge changes to Destiny 2's core experience, but the Warmind expansion itself feels small and rushed.
Two Point Hospital stays true to Theme Hospital's lighthearted feel.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire starts strong, but an aimless middle section, lifeless world, and a multitude of bugs undercut its excellent main storyline and polished systems.
19 years later, Star Wars: Episode I Racer is an exciting and fresh-feeling racing game with an almost unparalleled sense of speed.
Plus: For Honor and Call of Duty: WWII are free for the weekend, BattleTech teases sped-up combat and more mech customization, and Steam adds Nintendo Switch Pro support. This is gaming news for April 30 to May 4.
State of Decay 2 stands out from the horde of zombie games by focusing on mankind's survival—not just yours. But like the first game, it has some rough edges.
Kerbal Space Program's Making History expansion is lackluster, but the game itself is one of the all-time PC greats.
Plus Valve acquires another developer, Pillars of Eternity II reveals its expansion plans ahead of launch, and Arma 3 and Day of Infamy are free-to-try this weekend. This is gaming news for April 23 to 27.