The result? Search indexing across multiple Windows 10 devices, your email, and your cloud services—and it does GPS tagging too!
This week, CD Projekt adds a new mission and an alternative skin for Yennefer to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, bringing the free DLC count up to four.
Like cars? Well throw on some classic rock, grab a Miller High Life, and dig into these two simulators.
Plus H1Z1 bans 25,000 players, Heroes of the Storm goes open beta, and John Cena cries. This is gaming news for the week of May 18.
"There are complex technical reasons behind it," says studio head Adam Badowski.
It's not a belated April Fools' joke. Razer has created a mousepad that lights up. Like Tron, or something.
Worry no more: The Witcher 3 is a stunning piece of work on the PC, although it doesn't push the tech envelope quite as hard as its predecessor.
The first expansion for Civilization: Beyond Earth promises to double-down on the science fiction with new aquatic cities and diplomatic traits.
No game has ever captured the feel of trench-based warfare as well as Verdun.
Kerbal Space Program isn't just a fantastic simulation. It's one of those games that makes you glad you play on PC, because it could only come to exist on PC.
Plus: Is The Witcher 3 here yet? Not quite, but a slick new trailer is.
It takes a lot of horsepower to drive the Oculus Rift's dual 2160×1200 displays at 90 frames per second, but not as much as expected.
Microsoft, in all its benevolence, announced today that it will generously pre-install Candy Crush Saga for you. So kind of them.
AMD's finally got a rebuttal for Nvidia's Witcher 3/Batman: Arkham Knight bundle. Competition is great!
Broken Age's first act was mediocre but had potential--potential that its conclusion squanders.
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