Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
Sure, there was Assassin's Creed, The Division, and Just Dance—just like you expected. But nobody saw a new Rainbow's Six coming.
Battlefield. Dragon Age. The Sims. Star Wars. Madden. EA's E3 2014 keynote stuck to games with familiar names.
You can test out EA's high-octane cops and robbers online shooter right now.
A ton of trailers this week—everything from The Witcher 3 to Mortal Kombat X—as we prepare for the E3 onslaught. This is gaming news for the week of June 2.
We take some time with the latest Elite: Dangerous update—10,000 new players, five star systems, and one complicated commodities market.
The future of virtual reality, Steam Machines, and of course games, will play out next week at this mega-show.
Chat, auto-updating games, cross-play and more await you with the upcoming GOG Galaxy launcher—but you don't have to use it if you don't want.
Existing Xbox One controllers can plug into PCs with any MicroUSB cable
The FCC filing gives us a look at the device's tweaked shape, but not much else.
Both the Microsoft Xbox and Xbox One are adding dozens of new apps, but one of the most important doesn't look like it will arrive anytime soon.
Razer's first iOS game controller is pocket-friendly, for a price.
Sony announced Tuesday it will stop manufacturing the PSP this year. We pay our respects.
Crytek's Homefront sequel is already looking more intriguing than its inspiration.
Always Sometimes Monsters is one of the closest things we've ever had to an existentialist text in game form. But that doesn't mean it's fun.