Elgato's Stream Deck integrates with OBS, Twitch, YouTube, and more so you can start streams, switch scenes, and even play dumb sound effects at the push of a button.
Rock Band VR drops you in the rhinestone boots of your favorite guitarists and puts the Oculus Touch controllers to a weird, but perfect, use.
Obduction now allows you to pull levers, press buttons, and pick up objects with your very own hands with the HTC Vive and Oculus Touch.
With Unavowed, Wadjet Eye's Dave Gilbert has managed to fold elements of Bioware's RPGs into a traditional point-and-click adventure—using Adventure Game Studio.
Plus: A collection of Capcom's licensed NES Disney titles, more free content for Planet Coaster, a Teslagrad follow-up, and more. This is gaming news for March 13 to 17.
Dead Rising 4 finally lands on Steam and Windows 7, three months after debuting in the Windows Store.
Battlefield 1's They Shall Not Pass adds two great maps, two filler maps, the French, and the brilliant new Frontlines mode for a decent first expansion. The only real issue? Pricing.
Night in the Woods is as much a coming-of-age story as it is one of America's lost manufacturing sector and small-town decline. Springsteen would be proud.
As long as you have a robust internet connection you'll be able to stream PS4 exclusives to your PC—though the price is steep.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is a technological marvel, but that's about it. The rest of Ubisoft's open-world shooter is a repetitive and mind-numbing jumble, particularly if you play on your own. Bring friends, or don't bother.
Plus John Carmack levels his own lawsuit against ZeniMax, The Division reveals its second year of content, and Day of Infamy gets ready to leave Early Access. This is gaming news for March 6 through 10.
Take Shadow of Mordor's unique Nemesis System, apply it to literally everything you can think of, and you have the conceit for upcoming sequel Shadow of War.
With Utopia, Stellaris moves a step closer to being the all-encompassing sci-fi strategy game it has the potential to be—but at a steep price.
The power of custom game controls steal the spotlight at GDC's Alt.Ctrl exhibit.
Razer hopes its zVault virtual currency becomes used by gamers across the Web.