The lights are on
Tell us which class and race you are most excited about in Bungie’s upcoming RPG-flavored shooter for a chance to get into the game’s beta.
In this video feature, Bungie's art director explains the roots of the game's style and how it combines elements of Star Wars with a certain '80s cartoon.
Update: The winners have been chosen!
A few months ago, we asked readers if GTA V lived up to their expectations or not. With the exception of a few disillusioned gamers, most readers expressed happiness with their purchase, despite GTA Online’s early server woes.
As cute and entertaining as Zoo Tycoon can be, too much of the simulation is behind the glass. You’re free to look, but any sort of compelling interaction is kept out of reach.
We visited Bungie to finally play Destiny, and came away with extensive details on solo leveling, cooperative strikes, and competitive play.
Take a video tour of Forza Motorsport 5 for Xbox One at the Sebring track and in Forzavista.
Warframe invites players to step into the boots of mystical space ninjas in a free-to-play, cooperative, mission-based experience.
I’ve defended the series in the past as harmless, dumb fun, but Island Tour is wholly unenjoyable
Super Motherload is a fun sandbox, but there's not much more to the action than an endless dig.
Killer Instinct on Xbox One stays true to the fun and silliness of its past, but also has a deep, competent, and innovative engine driving the action.
Deadfall Adventures expands upon the lore of Quatermain, but tracing the genre back to its source material doesn't help this puzzle-infused shooter overcome its myriad, frustrating problems.