Plus: Star Citizen starts selling fictional land titles for real money, Jazz Jackrabbit lands on GOG.com, Okami HD shows off new footage, and more. This is gaming news for November 27 to December 1.
These graphically intense PC games crank the eye candy to 11—and make your PC sweat while they're at it.
Corsair's new Glaive design is attractive in photos, but much heavier and wider than you'd expect in person. It's also packed with so many lights that it gets noticeably warm.
Golden Ages and Dark Ages headline Civilization VI: Rise and Fall, the game's first major expansion.
Destiny 2's irresistibly delicious gunplay keeps you coming despite some flaws.
The Razer Basilisk's thumb clutch and unconventional shape are winners, but is it really a better FPS mouse than the DeathAdder?
It's not the most extensive remaster, but at least Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition preserves compatibility with the thousands of custom campaigns people have built since the original 2002 release.
Need for Speed: Payback update makes grinding out Speed Cards less of a grind.
Plus: Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire hits closed beta, The Surge goes for A Walk in the Park, and a gaming chair that cools your butt. This is gaming news for November 13 to 17
Star Wars: Battlefront II's boring, unbalanced gameplay is made worse by an overly aggressive loot box system.
HyperX has released a half-dozen headsets since 2014's original and acclaimed Cloud design, but the Alpha is the first to match—and even surpass—its predecessor.
RepliCade recreates a Centipede arcade cabinet at 1/6 scale.
Blizzard's StarCraft II is going free-to-play after seven years. Kind of.
We storm the beaches of Normandy in Call of Duty: WWII and Medal of Honor: Allied Assault.
The photo mode in Assassin's Creed: Origins isn't just screenshots—it's a digital scrapbook of your travels.