If you play a lot of video games, you’re probably used to cliffhangers, unresolved plot lines and an endless parade of origin stories. So it’s all the more refreshing that the makers of Hotline Miami are drawing the line at one sequel.
Chromebooks are about to get a boost in exposure, with Walmart and Staples adding the cheap laptops to their stores. But the expanded availability has left me wondering what happened to the best Chromebook of all.
Always online. Deeply social. Companion mobile experience. These buzz phrases are like poison to the hard-bitten gamer. But if you’re talking about Destiny, from the creators of Halo, they’re easier to swallow.
Favorite picks from gaming’s most exciting show in years.
The crowning feature of Nintendo’s Wii U is supposed to be its GamePad controller, but you wouldn’t know it from the games that Nintendo was showcasing at E3.
The E3 demo for Call of Duty: Ghosts was straight from the cookie cutter. But then came Dog.
Will the new Wolfenstein go too far in painting the Nazis as generic villains, ignoring why they’re so reviled in the first place?
No matter how the small stuff changes, at least Dark Souls II can still leave me an excited, shaky mess.
While Sony and Microsoft pour millions of dollars into bringing their next gaming systems to life, Mad Catz is working on its own console with just a couple of product developers.
Microsoft’s problem is that Xbox One is built for games-as-services, even though single-player, offline games are very much alive and well.
The PlayStation 4 will cost $399 when it launches this holiday season, with no new restrictions on used games.
Microsoft ripped the Band-Aid off during its press conference at E3 2013