A guide to removing that annoying 30 FPS limit.
Say hello to our favorite game of PAX Prime 2014.
You don’t have to be an astronaut to see what being on the moon is like.
Don’t wanna hulk around in techno-behemoths?
“Tales from the Borderlands has work to do if it wants to engross any but the most dedicated of Borderlands initiates, and in that regard its episodic nature may end up working to its advantage.”
Destiny is the most unique AAA game you’ll play this year. Here’s what you need to know about it.
In an open letter, over 700 developers stand for diversity and against harassment.
Two forward thinking products that deserve your attention.
PS4 earns itself what should be a remarkable JRPG.
“Despite the difficulty of the mission, piloting was incredibly fun, with loose but reasonable controls and a sort of fluidity that had me chuckling the entire time as I struggled.”
We played Far Cry 4 and then went on stage to battle an opponent dressed as a Honey Badger. Today was a good day.
Ubisoft dominated our time during Day 3, but we did check out a couple indies, too.
A look at the thought process behind Sony’s upcoming online survival horror game for PC and PS4.
“H1Z1 may be the talk of the town, but SOE clearly has some fascinating ventures brewing in the free-to-play and player-driven sectors of the MMO space.”
September has an incredible list of games to share, ranging from sports and racing, to rhythm and role-playing.
The world’s first Steam Machine will be a really good one.
A SWAT team makes a Counter-Strike player’s day, and Phoenix Wright refuses to let Professor Layton speak.
The Area-51 doesn’t even break a sweat.
“At E3 I was boggled by its focus on goofiness in favor of the first game’s drama, but after the PAX demo I think I’m finally beginning to get the picture.”
We get a closer look at the Alienware Area-51 case, which is the talk of the town with PC gamers right now.