After an entire day of demo time, we're still not sure whether Anthem features the BioWare-caliber story you'd expect. It plays great, but why you're playing is still maddeningly unclear.
Total War: Three Kingdoms is the biggest shakeup the history-centric side of the series has seen in years—though it's hard to know yet whether it will all come together.
Maybe it's time for Far Cry to stop with the self-serious numbered iterations and just go all-in with the gimmick games, because New Dawn is a much better time than Far Cry 5.
Twenty years after its initial release Capcom's rebuilt Resident Evil 2 from scratch. More than just a fantastic remake, it's undoubtedly one of the year's best horror games.
Plus: EA cancels yet another Star Wars game, Forza kills the Floss, and Mortal Kombat 11 gets the full reveal treatment. This is gaming news for January 14 to 18.
Our second hands-on demo with Metro Exodus takes us to summer at the Caspian Sea. It'd probably be nice, if it weren't for the mutant chameleon-men.
Turtle Beach's Atlas One sounds pretty good for an entry-level headset, but you'll find it difficult to appreciate when it's this uncomfortable.
We sifted through the latest and greatest mechanical keyboards to come up with our top recommendations.
We put a small herd of gaming mice through their paces so you can find the best mouse for your needs.
Cooler Master's CK552 has to make a few compromises to hit its entry-level price tag, but aside from the missing wrist rest it's a fantastic budget keyboard.
Plus: Paradox acquires Prison Architect, delays for Tropico and Dead or Alive, THQ scoops up Outcast, and more. This is gaming news for January 7 to 11.
Razer has big plans for its HyperSense haptic feedback system, envisioning a future where your mouse, wrist rest, headset, and chair all rumble as one.
The Division 2 is due to release March 15 on Uplay and the Epic Games Store. Steam is nowhere to be found in this press release.
Only the HTC Vive Cosmos seems worth your attention, though.
Slightly Mad Studios, developer of Project CARS, says its newly announced Mad Box will be "the most powerful console ever built." That's hard to believe—but it might tell us something about next-gen consoles, at least.