The debut "War Table" stream showed off a new mission, new faces, and MODOK, but Crystal Dynamics's Avengers brawler still doesn't demo as well as you'd expect.
We sifted through the latest and greatest mechanical keyboards to come up with our top recommendations.
Another custom-built keyboard switch joins the fray. The HyperX Alloy Origins is near-identical to its Alloy FPS RGB sibling, but with HyperX's new Aqua and Red switches under the hood.
With over 900 demos available, it can be hard to know where to start. Let us point you in the right direction.
In a year without E3, EA's would-be E3 showcase didn't reveal much new. Still, we've got a deeper look at Star Wars: Squadrons gameplay and a handful of smaller games.
Larian's Swen Vincke takes us on a guided tour of the Underdark in Baldur's Gate III, showing off the new initiative system, overhauled dialog, and more.
The Steam Summer Game Festival includes demos for Stronghold: Warlords, Desperados III, Inkle's new project Pendragon, the Destroy All Humans remake, Ghostrunner, and a lot more.
Star Wars: Squadrons will bring 5-on-5 space dogfighting to the PC on October 2—complete with virtual reality support.
The Future Games Show wrapped up a long day of not-E3 presentations with even more trailers and announcements. We've rounded up the most interesting game reveals inside.
E3 may be cancelled this year, but the PC Gaming Show rolled on, showcasing over 50 games that make the PC the best platform around.
The Guerrilla Collective's showcase showed off dozens of games from indie developers including big hitters like System Shock and Baldur's Gate, along with plenty of interesting games you may not have heard of.
We've rounded up all of today's trailers from Sony's "Future of Gaming" event, including multiple cats, multiple games based on Edge of Tomorrow, and uh...Grand Theft Auto V?
Once upon another lifetime, E3 would've been this week. Instead, we're kicking off fake-E3 with a recap of IGN's Summer of Gaming event, including a few PC games.
Petroglyph's remasters of the original Command & Conquer and follow-up Red Alert are loving and well-crafted, but very much products of their day, and are "missing" many of the improvements made by those that built on Westwood's foundations.
The Razer Kraken X is a budget version of a headset that was already considered entry-level to begin with. It's comfortable enough and sounds good enough for its $50 price tag, but most people are probably better off with the normal Kraken models.