And yes, they do mean any game—even unreleased ones like Borderlands 3, Control, and John Wick Hex.
Rage 2's first hours are surprisingly unmemorable for a game with such an over-the-top aesthetic.
There's not much substance in Forager, but sometimes you just want to mindlessly snack on tasty junk food—even if you feel slightly unfulfilled afterward.
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee is getting a direct sequel for the second time—but unlike Abe's Exoddus, this one actually counts.
Plus: Randy Pitchford gets weird(er) on Twitter, the Final Fantasy VII remake finally resurfaces, and QuakeCon heads to Europe for the first time. This is gaming news for May 6 to 10.
The best free PC games will give you a good time even if you don't have a dime to spare.
After years of asking, the Logitech G502 finally ditches the cable and gets full Powerplay compatibility. It's pricey, but nothing short of spectacular.
Also: The Straight Outta Compton director is working on a Saints Row movie, Epic buys Psyonix, and more. This is gaming news for April 29 to May 3.
Cooler Master takes a cue from HyperX, rebranding a respected set of entry-level audiophile headphones as its new entry-level MH752 headset, with impressive results.
The Lenovo Legion Y740 is built for the future, with Nvidia's bleeding-edge RTX 2070 Max-Q and a 144Hz G-Sync display. But in the here and now, it struggles with lackluster performance in current games and abysmal battery life.
An engine upgrade helps offset some of Yakuza Kiwami 2's weaker aspects, making this another entertaining entry in the series, and another excellent PC port.
Valve's Index VR headset is loaded with cutting-edge tech designed to appeal to virtual reality enthusiasts.
Oculus Quest provides a room-scale VR experience without the need for a gaming PC—or wires at all. This is the first VR headset with a chance to win over the masses.
The Oculus Rift S improves upon its predecessor in certain key aspects, but most of the "upgrades" feel like a lateral move—especially when released alongside the more daring Oculus Quest.
Paradox's take on Roman history has potential, but its most interesting systems are painfully bare-bones at initial release, begging to be expanded on in future expansions.