The G935 brings more bass presence and a more restrained design to Logitech's flagship headset, but some old flaws remain.
The gaming news you need to know for March 11 to 15.
We usually don't make a huge deal out of the Game Developers Conference, but anticipated announcements from Google, Microsoft, Epic, Valve, and more ensure 2019's iteration is one to watch.
Long limited to local networks, the Steam Link app now lets you connect to a remote PC as long as your internet connection is strong enough.
It's been 15 years since Halo last graced the PC, but Microsoft's finally bringing (almost) the entire Master Chief saga over—and even more surprising, it's coming to Steam.
Mad Catz and its famed R.A.T. mouse return from the ravages of bankruptcy. Is the new R.A.T. worthy of the name, or just a pretender? We went hands-on to find out.
If you care about storytelling and world-building in video games, you owe it to yourself to give the Yakuza series a shot—especially now that they've started arriving on PC.
Plus: Our first look at the nightmarish Sonic the Hedgehog movie, Creative Assembly confirms three unannounced games in the works, and more. This is gaming news for March 4 to 8.
Sure, you can play these co-op PC games alone, but they're way better with a buddy.
Devil May Cry 5 is a game that delights in setting the bar high up front and then continually one-upping itself with ever-more-ludicrous cutscenes and some of the most stylish combat in the business.
Plus Noclip.website allows you to freely explore old video game maps, Johnny Cage debuts in Mortal Kombat XI, and more. This is gaming news for February 25 to March 1.
There's so much work to be done but I just can't stop playing Globesweeper, a spherical take on Minesweeper.
Plus a lengthy look at Total War: Three Kingdoms' "Records Mode," Nikola Tesla terrifies scientists on a boat, and Wadjet Eye delves into 3D. This is gaming news for February 18 to 22.
Anthem's first few hours are enticing, but it's not long before you realize BioWare's run out of cool toys to show off.
Age of Wonders: Planetfall is as complicated and slow-paced as its predecessor, but its vibrant science fiction setting might help smooth the learning curve. Plus, space dinosaurs.