Boss Key's Radical Heights is like Battlegrounds mixed with a video game adaptation of The Running Man, but the early access release feels like it's in pre-pre-pre-alpha state.
Cyan's preparing to re-release all five Myst games (seven if you include Uru and realMyst) later this year, but backing through Kickstarter can also get you a "working" Linking Book and more.
Plus: Path of Exile becomes a battle royale game, Assassin's Creed: Origins adds cheat codes, Lawbreakers developer Boss Key teases a new project, Shaq Fu is resurrected, and more. This is gaming news for April 2 to 6.
Few other VR games rival Skyrim VR's epic scope and scale, but dated graphics and bolted-on VR interface issues are an arrow to the knee.
The HTC Vive Pro pushes VR forward with a higher resolution and improvements that debuted in the Vive Deluxe Audio Strap, but at $800 for the headset alone it's likely to remain niche.
PC Building Simulator shows DIY novices how to build computers, and lets enthusiasts geek out vicariously with dream systems.
Plus: new trailers for Pillars of Eternity II, BattleTech, and a Mark of the Ninja remaster. Oh, and free copies of Spec Ops: The Line (for a limited time). This is gaming news for March 26 to 30.
Integrated into a VR headset, Tobii’s eye-tracking technology is a godsend. I got the chance to demo a unit at GDC. This is what it was like.
We explore the first 15 minutes of Firmament, the new game by the creators of Myst and Obduction.
Dying Light's standalone 'Bad Blood' six-person expansion is probably the weirdest battle royale spin-off so far, but it features the excellent parkour-and-melee combo that made Dying Light popular.
Far Cry 5 offers a fun, vivid take on rural Americana, but doesn't dig into the questions its Montana setting raises.
Plus: Ubisoft shakes Vivendi, Epic releases Paragon's assets, and there's a new project in the works from the developers of What Remains of Edith Finch. This is gaming news for March 19 to 23.
The Atari VCS nails the look of the old-school Atari console, but most of its capabilities remain a secret.
With an improved microphone, Corsair's wireless Void Pro is now an even better deal for its inexpensive $100 price tag—though this new iteration carries over many of its predecessor's flaws too.
The Vive Pro finally has a price tag—but only the headset itself—and HTC is slashing the original HTC Vive's price.