Don't-Miss Game Stories
A cult favorite role-player is Nintendo's next iOS release—with big changes in tow.
Rovio's latest entry continues the trend of adequate, uninspiring spinoffs.
Just updated, our picks for the most enticing games on Apple's set-top box.
Command a crew of robot space pirates in this gripping, strategic combat affair.
The Nintendo Switch will launch in March for a reasonable price, but it basically looks like a Nintendo console with Nintendo games.
Nvidia's new GeForce Now streaming for PCs and Macs lets you play any PC game on computers that aren't meant for playing games, and it holds up pretty well.
Don't miss the most exciting games that snuck out before year's end.
Get lost in this beautiful narrative adventure—and then do it all over again.
Nintendo looks to build on the success of Super Mario Run and Pokemon Go with a steady stream of smartphone releases.
In which you learn you're not the benevolent ruler you thought you were.
The watchOS companion app will send you notifications when a Pokémon is nearby.
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.
It's about as simple as mobile games get, yet this clicker delivers cheery, compulsive fun.
Mario's iPhone and iPad debut is streamlined, but still plenty Super indeed.
This ultra-minimal puzzler looks like a living subway map, but it's hardly one-dimensional.