We take you through a few of the deals in Steam's autumn sale.
It seems like the darkest of Fridays begins earlier every year. Welcome to Black November.
John Romero and others share their perspective on American Indian representation in game development.
Remember the first games for NES? Or SNES? Or PlayStation 2? Most people do. But few remember the last. To that end, we're looking at the final games to be released on some of the all-time classic consoles.
A simple tune about a Sunday drive with the Devil had a remarkable presence in PlayStation-era gaming, leaving us with one lingering question: Why?
The Crew is an MMO that's being reviewed as such, but you might not know that if you haven't kept up with previews.
Final Fantasy's star has lost its shine for many fans. We speak with the series' creators to learn how they're working to restore its former glory.
Ubi's exotic open-world adventure returns with another take on the last installment's antics, but once again, the series opts for quantity over quality.
We take a quick peek at SWTOR's upcoming expansion - Shadow of Revan.
You're in for a WoW-themed stream this Tuesday.
When it comes to video games, you've probably played a few stinkers over the years. But out of all of them, which one was the very worst?
Forging Personas, tackling F.O.E.s, making the most of Boosts and rare gear, and more.
Relic expands Company of Heroes' scope with their latest standalone expansion.
World of Warcraft's first expansion in over two years brings some fundamental changes to its gameplay. But is it the better for them?
The greatest rewards come to those who act like Kyrat's version of Batman. Read on to learn how to complete missions without making a blip on your enemies' radar.
Solve all 18 Nostradamus Enigma puzzles to unlock a grand prize: the outfit of ancient assassin Thomas De Carneillon.
Two of Japan's most dungeony dungeon crawlers will be teaming up to kill everyone without remorse in 2015.
It might be your favorite game. It might be something you didn't particularly like. But for some strange reason, it's the game you treasure the most. What is it?
We profile the masochistic content creators who sacrifice their time and energy to showcase every aspect of the multifarious Souls series.
Mike Williams looks at the creative process behind Ubisoft's publishing success.
It sure seems like it.
Take a look at the hidden gems you might have missed on Nintendo's dual-screen dynamo.