Here's what you need to know about the 2019 PC Gaming Show, including the hosts, attendees and how to watch.
Microsoft's Project xCloud shows promise, even if it comes with the same hiccups as other cloud-based gaming platforms.
Rage 2 maintains the same frenzied, action-packed pace of the original, but gives players a much more varied world to explore.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an atmospheric action/adventure game set in a light fantasy version of 15th-century Japan.
Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee are a delightful blend of classic Pokémon and the modern mobile action of Pokémon Go.
Adventure and beauty still exist in the dystopian urban sprawl of the future, and Cyberpunk 2077 gave us a glimpse of how to find them.
Skull & Bones provides players with opportunities to hunt for treasure, create impromptu fleets and forge their own piratical paths.
Open-world, third-person survival horror, Days Gone doesn't pull any punches about what a post-apocalyptic catastrophe, zombie or otherwise would look like.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey Odyssey will give players a chance to shape the storyline through character selection and dialogue choices.
Thanks to a new over-the-shoulder perspective and the power of new technology, Resident Evil 2 has never looked so beautiful — or been so terrifying.
The contrasts between Just Cause 4 and The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit suggest Square Enix wants to provide something for everyone.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate delivers a revamped, robust version of the 2014 Wii U version, and it's the biggest (and most fun) Smash yet.
Astro's first Nintendo headset is a surprisingly elaborate piece based on The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild.
Nintendo's Direct with Super Smash Bros. and a ton of hands-on experiences made day 3 at E3 a packed one.
The follow up to the 2016 reboot, Hitman 2 delivers more creative kill options in gorgeous global locales.
Logitech introduced a brand-new key switch for gamers who like to hear themselves type: the GX Blue, which sounds just as good as it feels.
Fortnite's Pro Am 2018 tournament was a fun celebration of everything that makes Epic's massive online shooter great.
LOS ANGELES – As if to reassure us that, yes, it's really coming out after all these years, no fewer than three separate press conferences at E3 2018 highlighted Kingdom Hearts III. Square Enix's (admittedly not-that-exciting) retread familiar ground, but
Between Smash, Pokemon and Fortnite, it's a big year ahead for Switch owners. Here are all the announcements from Nintendo Direct at E3 2018.