Bethesda exclusives on Xbox Series X could steal the PS5's thunder.
While the Xbox Series X controller has an optional rechargeable battery pack available, it's not as user-friendly as it should be.
Are the PS5 and Xbox Series X necessary? If so, are consoles something we'll always need? And, if not, what should we have had instead?
From co-streaming to interactive broadcasts, here are five features that make Mixer a compelling Twitch alternative.
Superhero games aren't inherently bad, but I've got an idea to explain why they haven't panned out as they should have — and why they can, in the future.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 is a huge improvement over the first game, but some of its key features are gated behind a frustrating progression system.
Even in a year when Microsoft debuted the most powerful console ever, its Nintendo's joyful game lineup that stole the E3 show.
Project Scorpio will be the most powerful console ever made, but none of that will matter without must-have games.
Microsoft's Play Anywhere program bridges a major gap between Xbox One and PC gamers while offering tons of value to both.
Gears of War is officially headed to the big screen, so here's what we want from a film based on Microsoft's hit shooter franchise.
Sony's PS4 Pro might be the first 4K gaming console out there, but it has some serious limitations compared to the Xbox Ones of the future — and present.
Wondering if the Xbox One S is for you? Here are the best reasons to buy — and avoid — Microsoft's slim new gaming machine.
Powerful new PS4, Xbox models are coming sooner than expected. If you have to buy a new console every few years, a PC may be a better deal.
Now that Halo 5's map creator is heading to Windows 10, it's time for Microsoft to pull the trigger and port the entire game over.
With the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One both rumored to receive incremental upgrades in the near future, you might want to steer clear of gaming consoles right now.