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I spent 15 hours getting destroyed in the new game from the creators of ‘Dark Souls’ and ‘Bloodborne’

"Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice," the new game from the creators of "Bloodborne" and the "Dark Souls" series, is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

One crucial detail was missing from Google’s huge gaming announcement: games

Google's making an ambitious push into the video game market with Stadia, and it sounds good on paper. But one huge component is missing: The games.
Epic CEO and cofounder Tim Sweeney presents at the 2016 Game Developers Conference.

The CEO behind ‘Fortnite’ used to be one of Microsoft’s fiercest critics. Now, he explains why he thinks it’s a ‘new com...

"Microsoft is a new company," says Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney, who once lambasted Microsoft.
The first new character being added to "Apex Legends" is named Octane. He arrives as part of the first Battle Pass on March 19.

The first huge update to 2019’s biggest game is worth every penny

Should you buy the first Battle Pass for "Apex Legends"? Yes, yes you should.

How big is ‘Fortnite’? With nearly 250 million players, it’s over two-thirds the size of the US population

Thought "Fortnite" momentum was slowing down? You thought wrong! The popular game just hit a new milestone.
Google's Stadia controller.

Google just unveiled Stadia, its ambitious attempt to upend the video-game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation. Here’s everything we know....

On Tuesday, Google announced Stadia, an ambitious plan to launch a new type of video-game platform that doesn't rely on people buying game consoles.

Google hid one of the oldest cheat codes in video game history on the back of its new Stadia controller

Google's Stadia controller has the Konami Code (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A) printed on the back, a popular bit of gaming lore.
An image of Google's Stadia controller.

Google’s new Stadia gaming service supports so many devices you might not need to buy anything

The list of devices you'll need to play on Google's new Stadia gaming service is a very short read, and that means fewer purchases to get started.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks during the Google keynote address at the Gaming Developers Conference in San Francisco

Google just unveiled its Netflix-like video-game platform Stadia

Google officially unveiled its first major video-game initiative on Tuesday in San Francisco.