Its DualSense controller ushers in some fresh control concepts, though you’ll need a new TV to really take advantage of the PS5’s horsepower.
It may not be the prettiest—or cheapest—version of Sony’s new console, but here are three reasons why it’s superior to the digital-only option.
They say art mimics life, and that definitely applies to the often garish aesthetics of gaming hardware, from the 1977 Atari 2600 to the PlayStation 5.
Don’t be fooled by the old-school design, with springy buttons and a black-and-white screen. It’s the Game Boy for the wireless, open-source era.
Preorders for Microsoft’s next-gen consoles go live today. We’ve compiled the best places you can snag one—and if you should.
We tried all 34 packs of stuff you can buy for your Sims. Here’s what we think of each one and the best ones to get for $200 or less.
The annual videogame conference may have shut down this year, but there are still celebratory deals. Here are our favorites.
Fueled by nostalgia and longing for a simpler time, hardware tinkerers are injecting new life into the iconic handheld game console.
Steam lets you run local multiplayer videogames over the internet, allowing you to play with friends even when they’re not next to you.
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Our favorite cooperative multiplayer games that let you play together online no matter what system you own—PS4, Xbox One, PC, or the Nintendo Switch.
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