Dying Light's standalone 'Bad Blood' six-person expansion is probably the weirdest battle royale spin-off so far, but it features the excellent parkour-and-melee combo that made Dying Light popular.
Far Cry 5 offers a fun, vivid take on rural Americana, but doesn't dig into the questions its Montana setting raises.
Plus: Ubisoft shakes Vivendi, Epic releases Paragon's assets, and there's a new project in the works from the developers of What Remains of Edith Finch. This is gaming news for March 19 to 23.
The Atari VCS nails the look of the old-school Atari console, but most of its capabilities remain a secret.
With an improved microphone, Corsair's wireless Void Pro is now an even better deal for its inexpensive $100 price tag—though this new iteration carries over many of its predecessor's flaws too.
The Vive Pro finally has a price tag—but only the headset itself—and HTC is slashing the original HTC Vive's price.
Surviving Mars has a lot of interface annoyances and other small issues, but its blend of optimism and dread makes a compelling foundation for a city/colony builder.
Plus: Pillars of Eternity II is delayed a month, someone beat the Dark Souls trilogy without getting hit even once, and EVE players pay tribute to Stephen Hawking. This is gaming news for March 12 to 16.
Logitech's G560 speakers have RGB backlights that synchronize with your monitor's current colors.
Q.U.B.E., a.k.a. "The most Portalesque of Portal-style puzzle games" is back with a gorgeous and ambitious sequel—but maybe there's a reason the physics-puzzle subgenre disappeared.
Phew. It's like E3 came early this year. All that, plus a new game from the Observer developers, Prey teases an expansion, and Playdead partners with Realdoll for a really weird Inside collector's edition. This is gaming news for March 5 through 9.
Sure, you can play these co-op PC games alone, but they're way better with a buddy.
At less than $100, the new Cougar Attack X3 (2018)—with full RGB backlighting and Cherry MX switches—is essentially a flagship keyboard at an entry-level price.
H1Z1 turns to free-to-play with its numbers falling and rivals like PUBG and Fortnite taking over. But will it bring players back?
Oculus Rift headsets everywhere stopped working on Wednesday. They can be fixed now, but it shouldn't have happened in the first place.