With a little technical know-how you can fix Watch Dogs to look nicer and run better. The worst part? The files are already included in the PC version. They're just hidden.
If the Alienware Alpha console is any indication, the future of PC games in the living room could be very bright indeed—and age-old complaints about PC gaming could be very, very dead.
The focus might be on new consoles, but PCs still put in a good showing at this year's gaming extravaganza.
E3's ordinarily a console show, but Hayden Dingman and Brad Chacos found plenty of PC gems worth drooling over on the show floor.
Both upcoming Borderlands games are on display at E3, and they're exactly what you'd expect in Borderlands titles—for good and ill.
Oculus is using its newfound wealth to assemble a gaming dream team and ensure that the Rift will have plenty of software support when it launches.
Don't let the generic name turn you off: Hellraid resembles nothing more than a weightier, more violent version of Skyrim's fantasy-themed combat
You build castles and attack castles in Stronghold: Crusader 2—and shoot diseased lion corpses to spread illness among your foes.
It's like GoT, but with a much bigger budget for monsters. The Witcher 3 gets bloody fast. Here's our limb-by-limb account.
Your eyes don’t deceive—this is basically a Razer keyboard.
It's real! The Internet whined and Rockstar listened!
There were a ton of PC games on display at E3 2014's press day, if you realized that the "exclusive" in "Xbox exclusive" or "PlayStation exclusive" doesn't apply to PC games.
The PlayStation 4 is going to have a rocking sophomore year if the slew of hardware, PlayStation Plus, and exclusive game announcements are any indication.
Sure, there was Assassin's Creed, The Division, and Just Dance—just like you expected. But nobody saw a new Rainbow's Six coming.
Battlefield. Dragon Age. The Sims. Star Wars. Madden. EA's E3 2014 keynote stuck to games with familiar names.