I want to win in Blizzard's game because I actually care what happens to the characters, a feeling that no other FPS multiplayer has ever given me.
The 2004 strategy-shooter was a hit with gamers, but it began as a project to train US Army recruits the rules of modern warfare.
The next Call of Duty moves the franchise further into the future and away from modern conflicts, but why?
IMO, obviously – but then again, everyone else I've introduced to Ubisoft's shooter has fallen for it, too.
A little time with 'Infinite Warfare' at E3 2016 later, and here's my interest level at an all-time high.
At Le Zénith in Paris, Call of Duty's finest go nozzle to nozzle in tournament play. In the heat of the action, I'm lost in the drama. Not a "real" sport, you say? Feels pretty real to me.
Cliff Bleszinski's comeback after leaving the Gears of War series is attempting to shake up multiplayer gaming as we know it.
The small details in Rockstar's 2012 shooter add up to make it the studio's most impressively visceral title to date.
The 'Destiny' video game community isn't all anonymous gamers abusing each other—some players actually help newcomers to get ahead.
Visceral's 2015 shooter tried hard to say nothing, but in that process became not just highly political, but politically dubious.
With its beta behind us, it's time to assess the strengths and weaknesses of one of 2016's most-hyped games.
The newest piece of Star Wars–related content to hit the public looks cool, but fails to deliver anything approaching a good time.