Inkle's archaeological adventure is rough around the edges, but Heaven's Vault's unique language translation mechanic and its effect on player choice more than make up for it.
Nearly a decade after the PC went all-digital, the Xbox One is finally doing the same—or at least one version of the Xbox One. It won't save you much, though.
Anno 1800 bolsters the hybrid city-builder-slash-strategy series with some quality-of-life improvements and truly impressive technical feats, but old interface issues continue to hold it back.
Respawn's promising this is the "singleplayer, story-driven" Star Wars game you've been waiting for, and it's due to release later in 2019.
Plus: Kotaku reveals the original spies-and-heists concept for Dragon Age 4, the BFG-9000 comes to Rage 2, and Surviving Mars teases a terraforming expansion. This is gaming news for April 8 to 12.
Sherlock Holmes never had it this rough, as Frogwares brings its decade of detective game experience to a Lovecraft-inspired world.
Lenovo's Legion Y7000 is a smart, sophisticated gaming laptop that will perform admirably for at least a few years—and at a competitive price point.
Darksiders III developer Gunfire Games is back with another project—yes, already—and this time it's a Souls-inspired shooter with procedurally generated levels.
Plus: Prince Harry calls for Fortnite to be banned, Rage 2 adds a wandering wizard who sells cheat codes, and more. This is gaming news for April 1 to 5.
HyperX's entry-level Alloy FPS keyboard gets an RGB upgrade but otherwise stays the same, for better and for worse.
Performance tracking, Spotify integration, better volume management tools, and cross-platform chat are all coming to the Windows 10 Game Bar.
Yeah, you read that right: An entire month of free Blackout for people who haven't purchased Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. At some point, you have to wonder whether there's a free-to-play pivot in the works.
Plus: CD Projekt says it will release not one but two games before 2021, and release dates for Heaven's Vault, Observation, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood. This is gaming news for March 25 to 29.
Next week Magic Leap One devices will start showing up in select AT&T stores, but at more than $2,000 this very-much-prototype tech is hard to recommend even to early adopters.
Cooler Master has tried a bunch of experiments with the MM830, none of them that successful. And yet it's still, at its core, an excellent mouse at a more-than-fair price. Surprise!