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Blizzard's StarCraft II is going free-to-play after seven years. Kind of.
HTC's Vive Focus VR headset won't need to be connected to a phone or PC to work.
We storm the beaches of Normandy in Call of Duty: WWII and Medal of Honor: Allied Assault.
We storm the beaches of Normandy in Call of Duty: WWII and Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. Graphics sure have come a long way in 15 years.
The photo mode in Assassin's Creed: Origins isn't just screenshots—it's a digital scrapbook of your travels.
Need for Speed: Payback is the first full-price game to be irredeemably ruined by loot boxes. It probably won't be the last.
Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality headsets are gaining access to SteamVR's deep library of games and VR apps on November 15.
Under the hood, an Xbox One X is a collection of PC hardware. So we dug into current component prices to see if you can build a $500 system that matches its performance—and then we actually assembled and tested the PC.
Nostalgia mitigates Call of Duty: WWII's weak story and bland characters, and multiplayer is better than before.
Ubisoft's giving the original Watch Dogs away for free in Uplay this week.
The Star Wars Titan Xp Collector's Edition wraps Nvidia's best graphics card in the (Ge)Force.
The Xbox One X is a powerful 4K-capable cousin of the Xbox One S. Here are all the details.
Which gaming laptop should you buy? From size, to performance, to budget, to features, this buyer's guide will help you find the right gaming laptop for your needs.
Now that our Xbox One X PC has been built and tested, we give our final take on the project.
Blizzard's BlizzCon 2017 reveals new features for Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm, Starcraft II, and Hearthstone. Sorry, Diablo fans.
The Xbox One X is faster than ever, and it also matches up to the majority (55 percent or more) of gaming PCs today—and for only $500. Pretty impressive, for a console.
The Xbox One X exceeds not only its predecessor, but also matches up to more than half of gaming PCs today—and for only $500. Pretty impressive, for a console.
Lenovo's Star Wars: Jedi Challenges makes augmented-reality gameplay affordable and easy with its single positioning beacon, authentic-looking lightsaber, and a headset you pair with your phone.