Click here to watch the debut trailer for Borderlands 3 without sitting through Gearbox's padded panel or Randy Pitchford's magic tricks.
We went hands-on with Remedy's surreal new game Control at GDC 2019, and the biggest surprise? It's one of the most exciting shooters of the year, in addition to hooking us with an intriguing story.
It's been about a year since Cyan teased its new project, Firmament, but it's finally headed to Kickstarter ahead of a planned 2020 release date. And contrary to last year's VR-only stance, there's a traditional PC release planned now as well.
Bloody's B975 makes a number of questionable aesthetic choices, but its LK Libra Orange optical switches might become your new favorite—provided you like a loud and clicky tactile switch.
Paradox announced the long-awaited Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 at GDC 2019, set in Seattle.
Valve revealed a new-look Steam library interface at its GDC 2019 panel.
At GDC 2019, Epic discussed planned improvements for its rookie game store, including cloud saves, user reviews, and scaling back its exclusives program.
Those games spearhead a list of fourteen new Epic Games Stores exclusives, in addition to Quantic Dream's liberated PlayStation exclusives, as well as The Sinking City, Afterparty, and Ancestors: A Humankind Odyssey.
The overhauled Oculus Rift S keeps pushing VR towards the mainstream by sticking to a wallet-friendly price and reasonable resolutions.
At GDC 2019, Google took the wraps off its hotly rumored Stadia game-streaming service and a companion controller. It looks pretty wild—and bandwidth intensive.
The G935 brings more bass presence and a more restrained design to Logitech's flagship headset, but some old flaws remain.
The gaming news you need to know for March 11 to 15.
We usually don't make a huge deal out of the Game Developers Conference, but anticipated announcements from Google, Microsoft, Epic, Valve, and more ensure 2019's iteration is one to watch.
Long limited to local networks, the Steam Link app now lets you connect to a remote PC as long as your internet connection is strong enough.
It's been 15 years since Halo last graced the PC, but Microsoft's finally bringing (almost) the entire Master Chief saga over—and even more surprising, it's coming to Steam.