Get the motion tracker and don't go in the vents.
Total War puts the history away for something a bit more mythic.
The timed exclusive will have a 24-hour free period.
Painting all those minis (and being a great actor) all leads up to this.
If you've wanted Napolean in a collectible card game, your time is now.
A little help for making those social distancing hours go by.
Sharp Xenomorph chompers, no jagged edges.
The Xenomorph and those creepy Seegson androids are back.
Creative Assembly is tackling the Iliad.
The land of gods and monsters seems to be the next saga locale.
It might veer towards stealth and sci-fi as well.
Check out one of the best sci-fi horror games ever.
Total War is not purely historical in this latest entry.
The Total War franchise gets its first spin-off. Can this Saga simplify the Total War epic for new fans?
Creative Assembly is finally tackling The Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
Microsoft is going to continue to update the entire Halo slate.
Seriously, couldn't we call it Total Warhammer?
Creative Assembly is trying something different with Total War.
Creative Assembly is ready to drop the sequel to last year's Total War: Warhammer.
Microsoft adds game chat transcription to Halo Wars 2.
Halo Wars 2's developers aren't firmly committing to building an eSport, but it's very much on their mind.
After tackling the fictional Warhammer universe, Creative Assembly is moving forward, not back.
Amplitude Studios joins Creative Assembly and Relic Entertainment under the Sega banner.
No one should discount the power of a good single-player campaign in the strategy space.
Kat explores the new Total War game launching on May 24 and likes what she finds.
Plus other observations on Total War: Warhammer.
A game from another era takes another shot on Windows 10 and Xbox One.
Total War: Arena spins off from the core series to offer standalone co-op battles, with interesting results.
Alien: Isolation does an amazing job of transforming the original Alien into a video game. Could its sequels hold up to the same treatment?
A vast, methodical, nerve-rattling, and above all faithful video game rendition of a cinema classic... for better and, occasionally, for worse.
After the somewhat disappointing Total War: Rome II, Creative Assembly is refocusing on the core fans with Attila. Here's how they're doing it.