"Why are you using Linux anyway?" a community member asks me. I honestly don't have a good answer without going on a rant. I would argue that Linux is not for everyone, and as I said last time it is not for many gamers. However, Linux is rapidly being set up to be the...
Take a peek inside the development of Anthem, Borderlands 3 cashes a check from the Epic Games Store, and Fallout 76 breaks a promise
Gearbox shows off at PAX, Valve's VR project is teased out, Bethesda takes a side, More Blizzard classics hit GOG, and Divinity: Fallen Heroes announced
For the past week I have used a Linux operating system on my gaming PC exclusively. It has been an experience and one that I would like to share for any of my fellow PC gamers out there that may be wanting to shake things up a bit. Windows has long had a stranglehold on...
Epic Games continues purchasing exclusives, Anthem sales numbers miss their mark, Exciting new game announcements, and Google unveils its entry into gaming; Stadia
The Epic Games Store is facing some accusations, Razer launches some slightly lesser peripherals, Halo games are headed to Steam, and Apex Legends is hit by a ton of bans.
The PS Vita breathes its last, Big update to hit Destiny 2 soon, THQ Nordic holds a questionable Q&A, and Baptiste joins the Overwatch crew
Anthem lands with a whimper, ArenaNet announced layoffs of development staff, Darkest Dungeon 2 is announced, and the GTX 1660 Ti comes out and is pretty decent.