Plus a remake of cult classic shooter XIII, details on Netflix's upcoming Witcher series, a Mortal Kombat launch trailer, and more. This is gaming news for April 15 to 19.
The Cooler Master SK630's flat laptop feel might appeal to some, but awkward ergonomics and a lack of premium features make it a questionable value proposition.
Inkle's archaeological adventure is rough around the edges, but Heaven's Vault's unique language translation mechanic and its effect on player choice more than make up for it.
Nearly a decade after the PC went all-digital, the Xbox One is finally doing the same—or at least one version of the Xbox One. It won't save you much, though.
Anno 1800 bolsters the hybrid city-builder-slash-strategy series with some quality-of-life improvements and truly impressive technical feats, but old interface issues continue to hold it back.
Respawn's promising this is the "singleplayer, story-driven" Star Wars game you've been waiting for, and it's due to release later in 2019.
Plus: Kotaku reveals the original spies-and-heists concept for Dragon Age 4, the BFG-9000 comes to Rage 2, and Surviving Mars teases a terraforming expansion. This is gaming news for April 8 to 12.
Sherlock Holmes never had it this rough, as Frogwares brings its decade of detective game experience to a Lovecraft-inspired world.
Lenovo's Legion Y7000 is a smart, sophisticated gaming laptop that will perform admirably for at least a few years—and at a competitive price point.
Darksiders III developer Gunfire Games is back with another project—yes, already—and this time it's a Souls-inspired shooter with procedurally generated levels.
We sifted through the latest and greatest mechanical keyboards to come up with our top recommendations.
Plus: Prince Harry calls for Fortnite to be banned, Rage 2 adds a wandering wizard who sells cheat codes, and more. This is gaming news for April 1 to 5.
HyperX's entry-level Alloy FPS keyboard gets an RGB upgrade but otherwise stays the same, for better and for worse.
Performance tracking, Spotify integration, better volume management tools, and cross-platform chat are all coming to the Windows 10 Game Bar.
Yeah, you read that right: An entire month of free Blackout for people who haven't purchased Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. At some point, you have to wonder whether there's a free-to-play pivot in the works.
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