The console wars as we've known them are over
With Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony all shooting for different goals, there is no war.
Never Forget: Traveling with the Xbox team on 9/11
In the home stretch to release the original Xbox, Microsoft developers find themselves in an America forever changed by the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
No Straight Roads review: Broken record
Despite taking inspiration from some of the rhythm gaming greats, No Straight Road can't help but hit a sour note.
Rogue Legacy 2 hands-on preview: The family cemetery runneth over
We took the time to play Cellar Door Games' Rogue Legacy 2 in Steam Early Access, and the inherited action-platforming is feeling mighty intense.
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim preview: Thoughtful time travel
Vanillaware's latest adventure may be the best-looking the developer has ever produced, but it's got a satisfying story, too.
Torchlight 3 interview: How Relic subclasses are changing the game
We spoke with Tyler Thompson, project lead at Echtra Games, about the latest changes to Torchlight 3 and the Relics players can choose between.
Microsoft Flight Simulator review: The killer app
While it can be rough around the edges, Microsoft's new globe-trotting airplane sim represents a whole new level of fidelity and allows you to explore the world like never before.
Kill It With Fire review: Apathy by arachnid
Kill It With Fire lets you kill spiders in a variety of ways but never reveals a deeper experience under its surface.
Fairy Tail review: Happily ever after for fans
This JRPG adaptation of the popular anime series is a fun, action-packed adventure that's clearly geared toward fans, but new adopters will have a blast, too.
Horizon Zero Dawn PC impressions: The disappointing side of Decima
One of the biggest PS4 exclusives lands on PC with its fair share of bewildering performance issues.