And in typical GOG fashion, it's all about providing options. Don't like Galaxy? That's fine, don't use it!
E3 is typically a console-centric show, but the PC Gaming Show aims to shine a spotlight on the most powerful gaming platform around.
Tired of cheaters? Valve now lets developers detect and ban "disruptive players" from games semi-autonomously.
Sure, it's not even close to the quality of Ultima VII. But hey, it's free.
Following four days of player anger, Steam finally puts the kibosh on paid mods for Skyrim. But maybe not for other games?
It's been four long, tumultuous days to be a PC gamer. We round up what happened this past weekend, from Gabe Newell's Reddit Q&A to mod theft to in-game pop-ups.
Dungeons 2 is neither a great RTS nor a great Dungeon Keeper game. But it's pretty good at both.
Plus: That Mad Max game looks amazing, someone beat Bloodborne with a Rock Band guitar, and WWE is coming to the PC—this is gaming news for the week of April 20.
Valve says it's to support mod developers. Community says Valve is made up of money-grubbing Hitlers. The truth is maybe somewhere in the middle.
This is the first time in over a decade that the legendary Chip's Challenge will be easily (legally) available.
Soon you'll be able to pit the stars of Warcraft, Diablo, Starcraft, and other Blizzard games against each other in Heroes of the Storm.
Plus: Dying Light gets official mod tools from Techland, Abe's Exoddus is getting an HD remake, and more. This is gaming news for the week of April 13.
Thanks to a third-party tool called VorpX, you can immerse yourself in virtual Los Angeles. Minus the great Mexican food.
Sick of that RGB keyboard taking up your entire desk? Now there's a tenkeyless variant.
Grand Theft Auto V finally made it to PC...but did it make it intact? We take the PC version for a (gorgeous) spin.