Summer Games Done Quick 2015 ends tonight, but first, Shacknews takes a look back at yesterday's best runs before suggesting the ones to watch today.
As the summer months come to a close, PlayStation is opening up its summer sale with new deals each week.
Before summer comes to an end, many retailers are throwing big-time end-of-summer sales. Meanwhile, Steam is sizing up its SteamOS lineup and offering major discounts on their PC counterparts.
Could Size Five Games' The Swindle be the indie hit of the year? Our review.
Shacknews goes hands-on with Mario and Luigi Paper Jam to see how well 3D characters and their flat counterparts work together. It turns out, crossing dimensions has some suprising results.
Shacknews continues its breakdown of new cards for Hearthstone's upcoming Grand Tournament expansion. And... well.... they can't all be winners.
We attended Rovio's launch party for Angry Birds 2 where they talk to us about the inclusions of boss battles, new features, and more.
It's Friday and Summer Games Done Quick is sending gaming fans into the weekend right. Shacknews takes a look at some of Thursday's best runs, as well as some eye-opening speed runs that are set to take place later today.
We open up our Alienware Alpha to upgrade its CPU, RAM, and hard drive.
Shacknews goes hands-on with Grand Ages: Medieval, a historically real-time strategy game with heavy emphasis on economics set at the dawn of the Medieval era. We see if we have what it takes to start an empire that can stand the test of time.
Life is Strange has saved its biggest twist for its cliffhanger that leads into the game's finale. You'd better believe there are some questions that need to be asked!
You have Windows 10 set up, but you have no idea how to get Xbox One games to stream to your PC. Here's a guide on how to do it.
The fourth day of Summer Games Done Quick 2015 was highlighted by a swordless run for the classic Legend of Zelda and an unofficial tribute to Satoru Iwata in the form of an Earthbound speed run, while the fifth day will be highlighted by another go with the Blue Bomber.
The new King's Quest episodic adventures returns us to the land of Daventry in a whole new way. But does it have the same kind of magic and charm as the 1984 classic? Accept the challenge and find out in our impressions of the first chapter, A Knight to Remember.
You knew this was coming.
Is a beautiful Norse fantasy world enough to save Tangrin Entertainment's indie-RPG from a lackluster story and bland characters? Our review.
Life is Strange has taken some unexpected turns in the game's latest episode, Dark Room. Do the sudden tonal shifts necessarily lead to a better story? Check out our ongoing review.
Summer Games Done Quick 2015 continues with the old saying, "It's dangerous to go alone!" Yes. It sure is!
Just Dance 2016 brings the funk by making the game more accessible than ever, but using mobile devices as controllers and launching the Just Dance Unlimited subscription streaming service. Is dancing with a phone in hand as much fun as a console motion controller? Our impressions.
Let's hunt some terrorists in Rainbow Six Siege! In this developer interview, we chat with Andrew Witts about the Terrohunt game mode and what we can expect from it.