Still alive Not only is Babylon's Fall still alive, but we get our first look at real gameplay, with more info coming next summer.
Prepare An updated list of the latest Borderlands 3 Golden Keys, and how to use them to unlock special loot.
Killtacular Reach has aged gracefully thanks to a consistent campaign, and mouse aim makes multiplayer better than ever.
Port report There's still work to do on audio, framerate smoothness, and graphics settings, but Reach feels great to play on day one.
Screen savers The Cyber Monday monitor deals are here for all your gaming set-up needs. 144Hz, 4K, ultrawide—whatever gaming monitor you need, these are the best deals.
Fat Loot Plenty of codes for Golden Keys and special skins are still active, and Gearbox is still putting out new ones!
Interview The backstory for Grounded, a co-op survival sandbox from a small team of senior Obsidian developers.
News Tell Me Why, out in full in summer 2020, is an episodic adventure game about twins and... trauma?
halo again Everything we know about Halo Infinite for PC, from the beta to the multiplayer, and a new E3 trailer.
candygram The dev team hid a white chocolate bar in the game—and 17 real ones in Tim Cain's office. He hasn't found them all yet.
News The set arrives in December, but you'll be able to try the Battlegrounds mode for a week from 5 November.
Punchman It's hard to understand why Punch Ball Mario Bros. exists, and why Mario throws a dinky ball instead of using his signature jump.
Format wars This fascinating, failed '80s Japanese format actually competed against LaserDisc to be the top dog in hi-def video.
Origins Square, Enix, and Game Arts: 3 origin stories from Japan's PC boom, from inside the Game Preservation Society's archive.
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