A far from complete look, since we can't yet properly play the PC version.
G2 Omnicept coming “Spring 2021.” No price yet, but it sure has a lot of sensors.
Xbox Quick Resume impresses. Plus: New controller, auto-HDR, venting holes, and more.
Gaze upon it, but don't expect answers to your questions. Yet.
Eight years after its console debut, Spelunky is trickier, more hilarious than ever.
Bad news for old discs; follows August leak from Ubisoft.
Issues big and small, and that's before we get into the Facebookening of this thing.
Have your 60fps-at-4K cake—and eat your ray-traced frosting, too.
BuzzFeed News: “The memo is a damning account of Facebook's failures.”
Formerly titled Gods & Monsters, it launches Dec. 2. It's pretty, but it's messy.
Now we have an idea of what Series S will look like—and it's Xbox One X-sized.
High-tech, low-tech, and low-brow: Check out our advice and add your suggestions.
Details are scarce, but one insider hints to a retelling of older games.
A successful return to basics with a slick coat of paint, sensible QoL improvements.
RTX 3070 will exceed RTX 2080 Ti at $499 in October. Three-slot RTX 3090 is $1,499.
There's still PS Now, but not the same as Xbox’s cross-generational sales pitch.
PS5 "launch window" game loads completely new environments almost instantly, and more.
No price or release date yet, but it's already a huge sidestep from retail partners.
Company’s annual VR-focused conference, dated Sept. 16, removes “Oculus” branding.
Hardware plans are still in flux, but one report points to games already in the works.