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Xbox Live developer and community personality Major Nelson answered questions about the upcoming Microsoft game console.
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The criminal path is paved in gold as you rob everyone blind in this fun and frantic co-op indie game.
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The Sims 4 has been announced with a release for PC and Mac in 2014.
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Black Annex may look complex to play, but just imagine programming it—with the ancient QBASIC language. One brave indie game developer did just that.
'E.T.' is the most reviled game in history, but a group of dedicated fans hacked its ROM, and turned the title around.
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In a world dominated by social media we must choose the best way to consume it. A vast majority would look to their mobile devices, but the true platform is the PC.
The Digital Storm Bolt may look small from the outside but it's heavy on performance once you fire it up. Just beware of the tight squeeze if you have to get into it.
When PC games become too expensive, indie bundles can save the day, filling your library with a multitude of of high-quality games.