Raptr, the desktop app and social network that manages your games, has teamed up with Twitch to provide in-app video streaming without any extra software.
No one likes a bricked SSD. You can reduce wear and tear and wring out every last write cycle—just don't treat it like a traditional hard drive.
These eye-catching earbuds sound great, but they’re a little too expensive for what you get and lack valuable features.
The biggest video game music concert in the world teams up with the biggest streaming service in the world to stream a full orchestra playing Zelda music into your living room.
Attempt to take a friend out for the perfect dinner in Save the Date as the unexpected and unusual crop up with every playthrough.
Rising Storm, the expansion to Red Orchestra 2, puts you into the boots of a Japanese banzai soldier or a flamethrowing American G.I.
Games can come cheap in the Microsoft Windows 8 store. In fact, a lot of the best stuff is free. Check out these 11 titles that won't cost you a dime but will keep you entertained for hours.
The new Haswell-powered Blade panders to PC gamers on the go, cramming premium hardware into a petite chassis.
Harken back to the simpler days of electronic fun—when your commanding use of the English language prevailed and imagination was key. PC gaming started with text adventures, and now you can relive the nostalgia for free!
This virtual 7.1 surround-sound software does a decent job of simulating a much more expensive pair of surround-sound headphones.
The Korea Times says Samsung is killing its desktop PC business. Samsung says it's not.
Some games garner so much fan attention that they can't possibly live up to hype they've generated. Here are ten games from recent history that created high hopes but ended up being big letdowns.