Test drive over 40 games this week as indie developers collaborate on an all-digital replacement for GDC and E3.
The Viper Mini is small, lightweight, and cheap, making it perfect for small-handed folk and as a child's first gaming mouse. Just be wary of the budget sensor.
In Call of Duty: Warzone, a tense one-on-one respawn mechanic and excellent level design make for the best battle royale since Apex Legends. Now all it needs is a solo mode.
Sony says Horizon's arrival on PC isn't necessarily indicative of future plans for other games. Still, we've got our fingers crossed for Bloodborne.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps is more than the sum of its parts, but only barely. Increased mobility and a bevy of beautiful environs carry the day, but it's still a fairly familiar adventure with some awkward middle-chapter pacing.
Murder by Numbers blends police procedural and Picross puzzling, a unique combination that will keep you solving crimes far longer than intended.
Coming up on two decades old, the original Halo: Combat Evolved hasn't aged very well—but we still have a soft spot for it, and now that it's on Steam it's easier than ever to access on PC.
Baldur's Gate III ditches the Infinity Engine, but the spirit of the series feels intact in Larian's long-awaited sequel.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a bit too familiar after a generation of Metroid mimics, but an eye for the otherworldly helps make it more than the sum of its mechanics.
Corsair's K95 Platinum XT keyboard remains an ostentatious option aimed at a select few, but new Elgato integration, PBT keycaps, and a plush wrist rest make it better than ever.
Rumors that the PlayStation 5 is costing Sony $450 to manufacture have the internet in a furor, but is a $500 or $600 console so outrageous in 2020?
Six weeks out from Half-Life: Alyx, Valve's Index headset is still unavailable. So is Oculus's Quest and Rift S.
The Division 2: Warlords of New York finally sends agents to Brooklyn—as part of the sequel, not the original game. It's an ambitious expansion, but also the latest example of "Games as a Service" going through growing pains.
The Acer Swift 5 (SF514-54T-76PY) is one of the lightest clamshell laptops ever made, but it compromises performance and battery life to take home that honor.
You probably won't be able to finish every unplayed game you own, but with the spring release calendar looking this empty you can certainly make a dent.