These are some of the best indie games you might have missed in 2017's PC gaming deluge.
These are the best PC games of 2017, in one of the best years for PC games ever.
The 2017 Steam Winter Sale is here, bearing the gift of steep PC game deals.
We pick the best wireless headsets and the best overall headset for your PC gaming pleasure.
The SteelSeries Apex M750 is a relatively low-cost RGB keyboard, but the corners cut to reach its $140 price might be too much to stomach.
Plus: Humble gives out Company of Heroes 2, To the Moon gets a sequel, Sea of Thieves details what players actually do with their pirate lives, and more. This is gaming news for December 11 to 15.
Fallout 4 VR stumbles with janky, unintuitive controls and UI, but the sheer scale of the Commonwealth makes up for it.
A month after Star Wars: Battlefront II's disastrous launch its first free add-on goes live, including a proper ending to its story. The downside: It's not very good.
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is one of the best games in the series, and you can grab the PC version for free through Ubisoft.
The MSI Trident 3 Arctic is quiet, it's easily upgraded, and it packs a GTX 1070 inside a chassis the size of the Xbox One X.
Plus: A Devil May Cry HD Collection, the return of Overwatch's Winter Wonderland event, and a Twitch streamer broadcasts a UFC pay-per-view while pretending to play EA's UFC 3. This is gaming news for December 4 to 8.
Catch up on every new game trailer revealed at The Game Awards 2017.
The Alienware 15 is huge and loud, and it still has that enormous (and ugly) hinge on the back, but it's much more manageable and roadworthy than its 17-inch sibling.
Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris expansion is here, just a few short weeks after its PC debut. Is it enough to save Destiny 2's flagging endgame?
The Astro A10 won't win any beauty contests, but compromising looks to focus on audio seems to have paid off here—it sounds way better than its $60 price tag implies.