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.
Plantronics' RIG 700HD gaming headset stands out for its ultra-lightweight design, but also for its baffling size-adjustment solution.
The official Oculus Link cable is pricey, but it's the only solution currently available that's long enough, (mostly) reliable, and keeps the Quest headset charged while in use.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker was one of the most ambitious CRPGs ever made, and one of the most obtuse. Luckily the follow-up isn't just bigger and better. It's also less rough around the edges.
It's said that Velvet Underground's first album sold dismally, but that everyone who bought a copy later started a band. Kentucky Route Zero is the game developer's equivalent.
The HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop nevertheless is an affordable gaming laptop that's nearly as sturdy and refined as its higher-end Omen cousins with a couple of exceptions, most notably the dim display.
Warcraft III had a surprising symbiosis with The Lord of the Rings—one that's worth revisiting, on the eve of Warcraft III: Reforged.
The hardware is cheap, the games are promising, and virtual reality could finally be ready for the mainstream. Or at least, the slightly more mainstream.
With Horizon: Zero Dawn rumored to come to PC in 2020, we look back on how the PC became "Microsoft's territory" in the Xbox One era, and how Sony let it happen.
The Razer DeathAdder V2 isn't necessarily deserving of such an auspicious name, but optical switches, a super-flexible cable, and three more buttons make this the upgrade the DeathAdder needed.
Battle passes are causing me to play one game a lot more to the detriment of all others. I don't think I'm alone, nor do I think it's healthy for the industry.
Go ahead, breathe a sigh of relief and try not to think about how many games are releasing in the fall of 2020 now.
Epic's given away 73 games to-date, and there are at least 50 more in the pipe. That news, plus Epic's first-year sales figures inside.