Don't-Miss Gaming Stories
HP's Envy Phoenix is tweaked and tuned to perform well with HTC's Vive VR headset.
Emtec's GEM Box microconsole can stream all sorts of games and media from all sorts of places—even full-blown PC games from Nvidia-equipped computers.
Feast your eyes on Tobii's new gaze-tracking integrations.
Lenovo is stretching outside its comfort zone by developing its first game ever, called Game State, an action and role-playing game that will debut later this year.
Fallout 4 goes down easy, but only because we've already played this exact game twice before.
Twitch's new feature make the livestreaming service more competitive against YouTube's upstart Gaming section.
Twitch's slow move out from under Adobe Flash is slow going, but work on the video player is starting to appear.
A pop-out player lets you continue watching streams on your Android phone, even as you switch from app to app.
Now you can watch 60fps YouTube videos on your mobile device, as well as your PC.
Two words: Moon cities.
Sword Coast Legends' Dungeon Master mode and custom campaigns make this game a love letter to CRPG enthusiasts. It's even officially sanctioned by Dungeons & Dragons.
Wargaming's rebooting Master of Orion and the Alkari have never looked--or sounded--so good.
Star Wars Battlefront is a good, gorgeous Star Wars-based shooter. It just doesn't feel like Battlefront.
The first-ever massive E3 event dedicated solely to PC gaming was a love letter to computer-loving gamers, with glorious graphics hardware and a focus on PC-centric titles like American Truck Simulator, Arma III: Tanoa, and Killing Floor 2.
Like always, the big E3 'Day Zero' press conferences focused strongly on consoles. But since consoles share guts with computers these days, most of the biggest titles are coming to PCs, too.