John Romero's apparently spent the last two years working on a nine-level mod for the original 1993 Doom, titled Sigil. Also, it's free.
We sifted through the latest and greatest mechanical keyboards to come up with our top recommendations.
Whirlwind FX's VortX promises to be the "world's first environmental simulator for PC gaming," but first-generation hardware woes make this experiment mostly a bust.
Plus: Below finally gets a solid release date (soon!), Ubisoft Club Units get a two-year timer, and Just Cause 4 features one of the best Easter eggs in years. This is gaming news for December 3 to 7.
Corsair's new K70 is the first to feature Cherry's new Low Profile MX switch, recreating a laptop feel on a desktop keyboard. It won't be to everyone's tastes, but it's pretty damn nice regardless.
We rounded up all the major trailers from the 2018 Game Awards, including quite a few "World Premieres" and a few 2019 release dates.
These graphically intense PC games crank the eye candy to 11—and make your PC sweat while they're at it.
CS:GO finally ditches its archaic $15 price tag and embraces free-to-play, timed with an 18-player battle royale(ish) mode called Danger Zone.
With a better revenue split and a focus on communication, Epic's new storefront makes a compelling offer to developers—and where developers go, players will have to follow.
Just Cause 4 takes the series in a new direction, but not entirely successfully. It's also replete with bugs, as of release.
Plus: BioWare hints at Dragon Age news for December, Nier: Automata gets a Game of the Year edition, and Pathologic 2 goes episodic. This is gaming news for November 26 to 30.
If publishers don't want to put their games on Steam, that's fine—but they'd better make sure their replacement launcher reaches a baseline level of quality.
With the 2018 Mamba Wireless, Razer's stripped away the gimmicks and focused on the fundamentals. The result? A well-made but unremarkable wireless mouse.
Darksiders III isn't bad per se, but its constrained scope and inessential story don't live up to six year's worth of expectations.
Roccat's Vulcan 120 Aimo finally does right by Cherry-style RGB switches, with half-height keycaps letting the backlight shine out in all directions. It's eye-catching, to say the least.
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