We've fallen into a parallel universe—Atari wants to get back into the hardware market. That story and more as we compile all the games-related news you need to know for the week of May 19.
Advances in development tools and mobile hardware are making mobile devices a lot more attractive to game makers.
A tile-matching puzzle game with hours of playability.
Tropico 5 is the best Tropico yet—but the changes might not be big enough to suck you into yet another Caribbean-themed city builder.
Social, creative, battery-free Osmo gives school-age kids a whole new way to play, and more than just a screen to touch.
You and a partner must move together to stay alive in this unconventional game.
Get ready to run Far Cry 3 on a 2006-era MacBook, just for fun.
The Hitman series of violent stealth shooters have arrived on iOS as a turn-based puzzle board game. What's going on?
It doesn't play like Wolfenstein, and it barely feels like Wolfenstein, but maybe that's a good thing—this is the best entry the franchise has seen in years.
Over the weekend news broke that Google is making a bid for Twitch.tv. It's not nearly as bad as it sounds.