Turn-based combat mixes with real-time exploration in this character-driven strategy game about Prohibition Era Chicago. Empire of Sin seems smart in so many ways.
Plus Total War chops off a bunch of horse legs, Obsidian shows off The Outer Worlds's E3 demo, and Alpha Protocol disappears from Steam. This is gaming news for June 17 to 21.
Frontier's last stab at Zoo Tycoon didn't go over so well, but six years later they've returned (albeit without the name) to create the Zoo Tycoon 2 sequel we've waited for since 2004.
The Dell G7 15 is a perfectly serviceable mid-tier machine with an understated business-casual design, but its expensive price tag is out of step with the hardware inside.
The PC was out in full force at E3 2019's major press conferences. We've rounded up the trailers for all the biggest game reveals.
These are the best PC games we saw at E3 2019. Spring 2020 is going to be WILD.
Alienware's m15 is in a weird place, with underwhelming RTX 2070 Max-Q performance and a major redesign coming soon. But the OLED display will win you over.
We went hands-on with Ghost Recon Breakpoint at E3 2019, and rogue Ghost Cole Walker stole the show.
The Atari VCS carries the torch of Steam Machines forward, but the nostalgia-tinged $250 PC offers a more than just emulated Asteroids.
For its 20th anniversary, Age of Empires II is getting another facelift—and a bunch of interface tweaks, new tutorials and challenges, and an entire expansion's worth of content.
The theme of our E3 2019 demo of Dying Light 2? “It’s not about which ending you get, but how the city looks when you finish the game.”
We captured gameplay footage of the hotly anticipated Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 on the PC at E3 2019.
Cyberpunk 2077 was our favorite demo of E3 2018. The E3 2019 demo is just as stunning.
We got a deeper glimpse of Obsidian's The Outer Worlds at E3 2019, and the sci-fi RPG definitely draws on the studio's Fallout: New Vegas experience.
You can use any Xbox Live gamertag you want now, even if it's already being used, if you don't mind a numerical identifier after it.