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Interview: We Ask Atari's CEO About Lingering Questions Surrounding Its Retro Linux Box

The VCS is more like an "open PC," but recent controversies and delays paint a grim picture. We ask Atari's head where it's headed.

You Can Try Steam's Online "Local Multiplayer" For Yourself Now. Here's How

Steam Beta participants can now hop into local multiplayer-only games via the internet.

The 25 Best Steam Games: Now Updated for 2019

A rotating list of the best games on Steam may seem impossible on the surface, but against all odds, we've done it!

Steam Halloween Sale 2018 Is Underway: Here Are Some of the Highlights

Warhammer: Vermintide 2, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and more get deep discounts in the new sale.

You Can Build Your Own Kingdom and Rule it Like a Jerk in Pathfinder: Kingmaker

"'Lawful Good?' We don't like your kind 'round these parts."

Hackers Successfully Run Linux on the Nintendo Switch

Now they have a Nintendo Switch Linux tablet.

The Ataribox is More Powerful Than Originally Believed, Could Cost Around $250

The Ataribox isn't just a NES Classic also-ran.

Phoenix Point Reaches Funding Goal With a Month To Go

Julian Gollop's return to the genre he helped build is fully funded.

X-COM Designer Returns To the Genre With Phoenix Point

Julian Gollop is crowdfunding a new strategy game everyone!

The Games You Missed During an Insanely Busy Month

March was an uncharacteristically busy month for video games, so you probably missed a few gems. Here's what you should catch up on.

Cities: Skylines Has Sold 3.5 Million Copies, Free DLC Incoming

We built this city across two years.

Cities: Skylines Coming to Xbox One This Spring

The heir to SimCity will be coming to consoles for the first time.

Wasteland 3 Hits Funding Goal in Only Three Days

It looks like we're getting another Wasteland, folks.

GOG Brings Disney's Sega Genesis Platformers to PC

Some of the best Disney games are available on PC, Mac, and Linux.

Tacoma Xbox One Preview: 200,000 Miles From Earth

After the down-to-Earth Gone Home, Fullbright is taking its next game into orbit.

Siege of Dragonspear Sets Out to Bridge Baldur's Gap

Beamdog's upcoming expansion revisits the world of Baldur's Gate 15 years after the final curtain fell.

Ironcast Offers an Effective, Puzzle-Focused Twist on Turn-Based Combat

The match-three gameplay may look familiar, but it adds a surprising degree of complexity to this strategy RPG.

Heavy Bullets is Another Attempt to Mash Up the Roguelike and FPS Genres

Independent developers' love of the roguelike genre continues with a new psychedelic shooter for PC.

Mother Russia Bleeds is Streets of Rage for the 21st Century

Plus a bit of Hotline Miami thrown in for good measure.

37% of Steam Games Go Unplayed, Valve Titles Remain Most Popular

Feeling guilty about all those unplayed games in your account? Don't; according to a recent report, you're not alone, not by a long shot.

What is OnLive's New "CloudLift" Service?

The "cloud gaming" service has had a bit of a rethink.

Chuck's Challenge 3D PC Review: Just Like Chuck Used to Make

Atari Lynx fans rejoice! The classic-ish puzzler Chip's Challenge has a sort-of-official follow-up.

Steam Launches Game Notifications

Now your Steam games will be able to bug you when it's your turn to play.

Pillars of Eternity: What is a "Mundane Fantasy" RPG?

Eurogamer's Robert Purchese chats with Obsidian about romance, maturity and more.

You Can Still Pledge to Project Phoenix

The "JRPG all-stars" project is still accepting donations, now via PayPal. New rewards, too.

Steam Introduces Family Options for All Users

After a successful beta test, Valve has rolled out its new Family Options system to all Steam users.

It's Steam Sale Time Again

It's the most wonderful time of the year. You know, apart from all the other ones.

Infinite Dungeons, Infinite Death: Tales of Maj'Eyal PC Review

One of the most well-established roguelikes ever made finally gets a Steam release.

Valve Gives Permission for Black Mesa to Go Commercial

The impressive Half-Life 1 remake has been given the official nod of approval from Gabe and company.

Awesomenauts Gets Charitable with New Skin

2D Dota-like Awesomenauts is supporting the Make-A-Wish foundation with a new charitable customization option.

FTL Expansion and iPad Version Coming Early Next Year

Matthew Davis and Justin Ma's real-time spaceship sim roguelike-like is getting a huge free update.

Every Day's a Sale in the New Humble Store

Don't Starve, Rogue Legacy and more now available for significant discounts on Humble's new storefront.

Broken Sword 5 Coming in Two Parts, Starting This December

The Kickstarter-funded fifth installment in the adventures of George Stobbart will launch soon.

Sentris is a "New Kind of Music Game"

A new Kickstarter-funded puzzle game explores the potential of making music through play.

Trendy: "We Had Strayed from Making the Kind of Game Fans Wanted"

Why Dungeon Defenders II is no longer a MOBA.

Here's How The Long Dark Plays

Get a first peek at the survival sim from ex-Relic, BioWare, Volition and Riot devs.

PixelJunk Shooter Coming to PC, Mac and Linux

Double Eleven announces its next PixelJunk port for home computers.

EGX: Redshirt: I Like This

Social engineer your way to success in this upcoming social networking sim that refuses to be pigeonholed.

EGX: Chroma Emerges from the Shadows

Chroma, a new game from indie Mark Foster, could be the next great puzzle-platformer.

Lay Siege to Your Rivals in King Arthur's Gold

A rather charming-looking 32-player cooperative action war game just hit a major milestone in its development.

Greenlight, Genetic Flatulence and "Roguelites"

Indie developer Cellar Door Games is releasing the promising-looking Rogue Legacy soon, so we tracked down founder Teddy Lee for a chat.