Games

The best VPN for PC gaming in 2019

March 26, 2019

Hunting down the best VPN for PC gaming? No problem. Our band of experts have got you covered with recommendations for the most reliable and secure options available right now. We’ve also got suggestions to suit every level of skill, regardless of whether you’re new to the concept or are a VPN veteran. If you’re […]

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Asus ROG Delta headset review

March 26, 2019

Gaming headsets with high price tags always cause us raise an eyebrow—it’s an indicator that, while big cost can be justified, the headset needs to do a lot right, and do it well. So when the Asus ROG DeltaRGB headset came in at $180 it was under pressure to perform. It’s definitely pitched as a […]

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Elden: Path of the Forgotten is a stylish, lonely RPG full of Lovecraftian monsters

March 26, 2019

Elden: Path of the Forgotten bills itself as a Lovecraftian ode, and while he’s the last person that needs another videogame ode, the trailer has piqued my interest. It’s a medieval cosmic horror RPG that’s light on exposition and heavy on handsome pixel art.  As the titular Elden, you’ll traipse around what looks like a […]

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The Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse is $38, the cheapest it’s ever been, for today only

March 26, 2019

Hello again, old friend; the Razer DeathAdder Elite is on sale at Amazon for $37.99 instead of $69.99, a deal valid for today only. Although it often has its price slashed, this is the cheapest it’s ever been. It also saves you 46 percent ($32) on what some argue is one of the the best […]

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Get $400 off a 15.6″ RTX 2060 Alienware M15 laptop—deal only available today

March 26, 2019

If the allure of a powerful gaming laptop, and being able to transport your gaming library around is a strong one for you, then this deal is for you. Over at Amazon right now you can save a neat $400 on a highly-specced Alienware M15 right now, making it $1599. That’s the good news. The […]

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This hilarious Sekiro enemy has every streamer yelling the same thing

March 26, 2019

FromSoftware is known for designing games that are tough but fair, but nearly every Souls game includes the occasional fuck you: an ambush or subversion of player expectation that’s impossible to see coming. They’re little jokes designers play on unsuspecting players, and if you’re a longtime From fan, they’re usually funny enough to make up […]

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No Man’s Sky VR is coming this summer

March 26, 2019

If you already own No Man’s Sky, you’re about to own it in VR, too. As part of this summer’s Beyond expansion, No Man’s Sky is getting the full virtual reality treatment. And as with every other update that’s arrived in the years since No Man’s Sky launched, this VR update is free if you […]

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Final Fantasy 14 players are upset that its two new races are both gender-locked

March 26, 2019

What’s worse than one gender-locked race? Final Fantasy 14 answered that question this weekend when, at its annual Fan Festival in Japan, it was announced that the MMO would get two gender-locked races in its upcoming Shadowbringers expansion. As you might guess, the reveal did not go over well. The new races in question are […]

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Divinity: Original Sin 2’s locations were initially all part of one big map

March 26, 2019

A lot went wrong during the development of Divinity: Original Sin 2. In the end, it was hard to tell: Larian’s RPG was our 2017 game of the year, and is one of the deepest, most enthralling RPGs in years. But in a GDC panel last week, Larian founder Swen Vincke went over the challenges […]

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I tried Google’s Stadia, and latency got me killed

March 26, 2019

If any company is in a position to deliver a game streaming service, it’s Google, but my experience with Stadia at GDC left me with a lot of questions, especially because of the strange way it was demoed. In a word, it was fine, but at this point I’m not convinced that the latency will […]

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