Meet Steam Labs: Six-second trailers, an automated video of all the latest Steam releases, and machine learning are Valve's latest tools to combat the nonstop glut of new releases.
Over 4,000 games have been released on Steam in 2019. It's easy to miss some gems, so we've rounded up a few of our favorites from the first half of the year.
It's pricey, but Valve's new Index virtual reality headset is the one to beat thanks to its crisp display and high field of view.
Valve's Index Controllers have the potential to be a huge leap forward for motion-tracked controls and virtual reality, but it'll take patience—and a lot more developer support.
We're only halfway through 2019 but our annual June check-in list of favorites is so strong it feels like a proper end-of-2019 Game of the Year list. It's been a good one.
The 2019 Steam Summer Sale is one of the better ones in recent memory. Maybe Valve's feeling the heat from the Epic Games Store? Regardless, you win.
Turn-based combat mixes with real-time exploration in this character-driven strategy game about Prohibition Era Chicago. Empire of Sin seems smart in so many ways.
Plus Total War chops off a bunch of horse legs, Obsidian shows off The Outer Worlds's E3 demo, and Alpha Protocol disappears from Steam. This is gaming news for June 17 to 21.
Frontier's last stab at Zoo Tycoon didn't go over so well, but six years later they've returned (albeit without the name) to create the Zoo Tycoon 2 sequel we've waited for since 2004.
The Dell G7 15 is a perfectly serviceable mid-tier machine with an understated business-casual design, but its expensive price tag is out of step with the hardware inside.
The PC was out in full force at E3 2019's major press conferences. We've rounded up the trailers for all the biggest game reveals.
These are the best PC games we saw at E3 2019. Spring 2020 is going to be WILD.
Alienware's m15 is in a weird place, with underwhelming RTX 2070 Max-Q performance and a major redesign coming soon. But the OLED display will win you over.
We went hands-on with Ghost Recon Breakpoint at E3 2019, and rogue Ghost Cole Walker stole the show.
The Atari VCS carries the torch of Steam Machines forward, but the nostalgia-tinged $250 PC offers a more than just emulated Asteroids.