Hayden DingmanGames Reporter, PCWorld

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Logitech G Pro Mechanical Keyboard

Logitech's tenkeyless G Pro mechanical keyboard swipes the G810's straightforward style

Do you fit in the Venn Diagram overlap of Romer-G and tenkeyless fans? Then Logitech's G Pro mechanical keyboard fits your needs.

LG SteamVR headset

Hands-on: LG's SteamVR headset is a Vive clone with a high-res, flip-up screen

LG's SteamVR virtual reality headset largely sticks to the HTC Vive's formula.

ghost recon wildlands

Ghost Recon: Wildlands (PC) impressions: A beautiful, buggy world with no load screens

Ghost Recon: Wildlands offers a big, beautiful world with no load screens and low frame rates. We dig into the game's PC performance.

Overwatch - Orisa

This week in games: Overwatch adds a new robot-tank, Ubisoft offends Bolivia, and more

Plus: A new glimpse of the System Shock reboot, a truck full o' Paradox news, a look at totally-not-Borderlands-3, a Shadow of Mordor sequel, and more. This is gaming news for February 27 to March 3.

vrsenal

Hands-on: The HTC Vive's new VR accessories make virtual reality even more immersive

The HTC Vive's Deluxe Audio Strap and wild Vive Tracker hardware could just make virtual reality easier to use—and even more immersive.

Oculus Touch

Oculus Rift price cut: VR headset, Oculus Touch controller costs each slashed by $100

"It's the equivalent of saying Touch is free," said Oculus's Jason Rubin. Sorry, anyone who purchased Touch within the last three months.

Yooka-Laylee

Yooka-Laylee preview: This cheerful platformer's like Banjo-Kazooie from a parallel universe

We spent two hours with Banjo-Kazooie's replacements, and came away both impressed and nostalgic for '90s mascot platformers.

Torment: Tides of Numenera

Torment: Tides of Numenera review: The Planescape successor you've been waiting for

Despite some failings, Torment: Tides of Numenera is one of the most consistently surprising and delightful RPGs of the last decade.

HTC Vive Tracker

HTC's new Vive payment plans diffuse the high cost of PC virtual reality

The HTC Vive is getting an installment payment plan and some new accessories.

For Honor

For Honor review: Satisfying melee kneecapped by microtransactions and online woes

For Honor's combat is excellent, but it's dragged down by...well, basically everything else, especially on the multiplayer side of things.

Doom on a Porsche 911

This week in games: Play Prey as a toilet paper roll, install Doom on a Porsche, and more

Plus: Overwatch teases a new hero, Battlefield 1 teases a new...something, and Humble sells all the Civilization you'll ever need for just $15. This is gaming news for January 20 to 24.

Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect: Andromeda hands-on preview: A new space opera built on old ideas

How much of Mass Effect: Andromeda will be spent tooling around in a glorified dune buggy? We're not sure yet, but it definitely seems like quite a bit. Hopefully it's interesting.

Halo Wars 2

Halo Wars 2 review: Spinning its Warthog wheels in a stagnant RTS genre

Littered with microtransactions and featuring the same half-dozen campaign missions you've played since the days of ye ol' StarCraft, Halo Wars 2 is not the RTS genre's salvation.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Test your PC's Ghost Recon: Wildlands performance in this weekend's open beta

Want to go crazy in fictional-Bolivia? Well from February 23 to 27 you can in the Ghost Recon: Wildlands open beta—and you can start preloading it now.

Razer Blade Pro (2016)

Razer Blade Pro (2016) review: Now this is how you do a 'Pro' laptop

For the first time in years, the Razer Blade Pro feels like it deserves the name. Packed with an i7-6700HQ and a GTX 1080, there's a lot of power in this slim, 17-inch laptop.