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CBS All Access will start streaming live NFL games this weekend

Sling TV, Twitter, YouTube, and now CBS All Access. The NFL and CBS just announced that CBS All Access subscribers can watch the network’s NFL broadcasts starting on Sunday, December 4 and continuing through the post-season—including Thursday night games. This is a multi-year deal, which means NFL on CBS will return to CBS All Access for the 2017 season beginning ... Read More »

This week in games: Free Overwatch, free Elder Scrolls Online, and more Rainbow Six: Siege

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This week in games: Steven Seagal joins World of Warships, Forza Horizon 3 goes wintery

Battlefield. Titanfall. Call of Duty. Tyranny. Dishonored 2. Where’s a person supposed to find the time to play all these games? Let alone care about news. This week, Forza Horizon 3 gets a demo and teases its first expansion, Mass Effect teases next week’s teaser, and Steven Seagal hits World of Warships. This is gaming news for October 31 through ... Read More »

35 great PC games for Linux and Steam Machines

See larger image Linux games rising For the first time in a long time, Linux gamers have a reason to smile. Gaming on the open-source operating system has long meant dabbling in Wine and arcane workarounds, but ever since Valve launched Steam for Linux a year-and-a-half ago the number of native Linux games has positively exploded. Sure, Valve’s embrace of ... Read More »

This week in games: Gwent’s beta, Evolve’s end, and Michael Phelps meets Call of Duty

It’s Halloweekend. Don’t do anything (too) stupid. Maybe just stay inside and play a horror game. This week’s spookiest gaming news: Battlefield 1’s zeppelins are like a Hindenburg ballet, meteors ruin your day in Cities: Skylines, Evolve ends development…again, and somehow Michael Phelps ended up in a Call of Duty commercial. This is gaming news for October 24 through 28. And ... Read More »

This week in games: Diablo 4 whispers, Civilization VI launch

I thought I’d be posting news about Red Dead Revolution 2 here this week, but since Rockstar didn’t bother announcing a PC version, instead we’ll roll with Diablo 4 rumors,Stellaris getting a big story expansion, Watch Dogs 2 needing two extra weeks to hit PC, and King’s Quest finally drawing to a close. Definitely no Nintendo Switch or Red Dead news here. This ... Read More »

This week in games: Tyranny snags a release date, polygonal Lara Croft returns

Hey Civilization fanatics: Maybe try going outside this weekend. You know, before Civ VI releases next Friday. Might be a good idea to get some sunlight. The rest of you? Keep on reading this wrap-up. This week we’ve got a release date forTyranny, polygonal Lara Croft, and Overwatch’s excellent Halloween event featuring the terrifying Dr. Junkenstein. This is gaming news ... Read More »

This week in games: EA gives away Dungeon Keeper, InXile shows off Wasteland 3

It’s October, so do me a favor: Curl up on a couch this weekend, drink some cider, andwatch a horror movie. You know, something cliché. Or just play Gears of War 4. Whatever. This week, we get our first look at Wasteland 3 and an extended look at Torment: Tides of Numenera, Ubisoft confirms Beyond Good & Evil 2 for ... Read More »

Virginia review: This detective thriller adapts the language of film to games

When I reviewed Event[0] last month I said, “This might just be one of the most importantindie games of the year.” And then along came Virginia. Like Event[0], Virginia belongs to a growing subset of experimental games, ones focused on expanding the language of games as much as—or sometimes more than—commercial appeal or approachability. Whether or not their individual experiments ... Read More »

This week in games: Blizzard ditches Battle.net, Gears of War 4 adds PC split-screen

I have another hundred miles of Australia to explore today, and that Forza Horizon 3 iconis just staring at me from my taskbar. Let’s knock this article out in a hurry. On the docket this week? Blizzard ditches Battle.net, Gears of War 4 adds split-screen co-op on the PC, Kotaku UK looks into problems with Star Citizen’s development, andSniper Elite ... Read More »