Google's Stadia reveal kicked off with the long-awaited announcement of Baldur's Gate III, and get this: It's being made by Larian Studios.
Plus Call of Duty ditches Zombies for 2019, our first footage of Halo Reach on PC, and GOG gives away copies of Obduction. This is gaming news for May 27 to 31.
"As the creators of Windows, we have a unique responsibility to ensure we’re investing in experiences that benefit players everywhere," says Microsoft's Phil Spencer.
It's dubbed "Xbox Game Pass for PC," a name almost as bad as Games for Windows Live, but with support from Bethesda, Paradox, Sega, and Deep Silver, it could be a great value for PC gamers.
Valve's new VR headset makes huge FOV improvements, but its finger-tracking controllers are going to take some brain retraining.
Layers of Fear 2 doesn't have many scares to offer, but visual panache and a multitude of classic film homages make for an extraordinary adventure—for the right person.
Plus: Telltale's catalog start to disappear from storefronts, George R. R. Martin reportedly working on From Software's next game, and more. This is gaming news for May 20 to 24.
No graphics card? No problem. These great games run on pretty much any PC or laptop.
No Code's follow-up to Stories Untold once again manages to combine the everyday with the extraordinary in bizarre and compelling ways, in what's sure to be one of 2019's best games.
Plus: Netflix is headed to E3, Metro details its dual expansions, and KFC gets politely told to sit down by Respawn. This is gaming news for May 13 to 17.
Survive the Black Plague, the Inquisition, and the Hundred Years' War in this relentless story-driven game that somehow got made in the era where nobody makes linear story-driven games.
And yes, they do mean any game—even unreleased ones like Borderlands 3, Control, and John Wick Hex.
Rage 2's first hours are surprisingly unmemorable for a game with such an over-the-top aesthetic.
There's not much substance in Forager, but sometimes you just want to mindlessly snack on tasty junk food—even if you feel slightly unfulfilled afterward.
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee is getting a direct sequel for the second time—but unlike Abe's Exoddus, this one actually counts.