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For their first ever E3 showcase, Bethesda introduced an impressive array of video games to come in 2015 including Doom, Fallout 4, Battlecry, Elder Scrolls Legends, and Dishonored 2.
The popular app now has a new look, a desktop version, and a Reddit-style forum.
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.
Instead of flooding the smartphone gaming market with Mario and Zelda, Nintendo says it's picking its battles carefully.
Oculus has been busy wrapping up ecosystem support for the Oculus Rift, but the delay may cost it the crucial first-to-market status for the fledgling field of VR.
Soon you'll be able to pit the stars of Warcraft, Diablo, Starcraft, and other Blizzard games against each other in Heroes of the Storm.
Cities: Skylines somehow lives up to the unfair expectations heaped upon it, presenting one of the best city builders in years.
Apple is often accused of driving down the price of software. Here's an example where the company is doing the opposite by highlighting games you pay for upfront.
Nearly impossible to purchase for over a decade, you can now play Grim Fandango and understand why it's one of the best adventure games ever made.
The Sims 4's encroaching pixelization is the latest in a long line of hilarious anti-piracy efforts.
Endless Legend takes the 4X genre, tweaks it, and somehow makes it all feel fresh again.
The Last Tinker looks like claymation, plays like a simple platformer, and is perfect to enjoy with the family (or by yourself).
This War of Mine conveys some horrific truths about civilian life during warfare, and it does so in a way that only video games can accomplish.
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