The Nintendo Switch will launch in March for a reasonable price, but it basically looks like a Nintendo console with Nintendo games.
It's like Gabe Newell squeezed down your chimney to bring you a bunch of the year's best games. And that's weird, because I don't even have a chimney.
You've seen Doom on an ATM, on an oscilloscope, and on an ultrasound machine. Now see it squashed onto the MacBook Pro Touch Bar.
Microsoft envisions a future where headsets, keyboards, controllers, and all your PC peripherals run seamlessly on the Xbox One's wireless signal. But should you care?
Legion, a.k.a. Burning Crusade Redux, will be here soon—though not soon enough for some content-starved players.
A caching error has exposed people's Steam accounts to other users. The best thing you can do? Nothing at all. Stay as far from Steam as possible today.
Starting today, anyone can get a taste of Legacy of the Void with the three-mission Whispers of Oblivion mini-campaign.
Lock the doors, turn out the lights, put on some headphones, and keep a spare pair of pants nearby. Frictional's giving away the game that launched a thousand YouTube channels.
Niantic, the developer behind Ingress, is bringing Pokemon to phones next year—and, with some augmented reality trickery, into the real world. Sort of.
Telltale's new game is more for Minecraft addicts than it is for fans of The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us.
It's basically Burning Crusade 2.0. Time travel stories are weird. Beta is coming later this year.
The Talos Principle's philosophical puzzling didn't necessarily need an expansion, but we're still happy it got one.
The first expansion for Civilization: Beyond Earth promises to double-down on the science fiction with new aquatic cities and diplomatic traits.
Kerbal Space Program isn't just a fantastic simulation. It's one of those games that makes you glad you play on PC, because it could only come to exist on PC.
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