Turns out that, with the right device, e-ink technology has improved enough that it can keep up with a laggy game-streaming service.
The fine line between meeting expectations and being just more of the same.
‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ and ‘Destiny 2’ look good but not great. Here’s why.
'Gylt' tries to be charming, but it's a game promising scares and stealth, while delivering on neither.
Oh no, we're in hell.
Streaming games is here and very real, but Google's Stadia is launching without much to play and without much beyond "Hey, isn't this neat?
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order isn't the "Dark Souls of Star Wars," but FromSoft should take a page from Respawn's book.
Sometimes helping someone else is the most fun you can have in a game.
Maybe they should start calling this an early access launch.
Many gamers don’t even know they have a broadband cap. That’s about to change.
Still preoccupied with whether they could, games and technology companies are still not stopping to think if they should.
Streaming products like Stadia, Microsoft's xCloud, and Bethesda's Orion are incompatible with America's ISPs.