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Alienware's long-awaited Alpha finally arrives, but is it really the console killer or just warmed-over hardware?
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Make sure your bell bottoms don't get stuck in the door during your big get-away in this strategy-heavy heist game.
Far Cry 4's minimum PC requirements weren't kidding: The game appears to truly NEED a quad-core processor. And it isn't the only one.
Valve tells developers to “set proper expectations” as one quarter of Early Access games remain in an unfinished state.
It's not the first Minecraft Plus Guns, but it's shaping up to be one of the best.
Two new big-name partners are embracing AMD's game-enhancing technologies, Mantle and FreeSync.
Far Cry 4 landed on PCs today, and unlike Ubisoft's OTHER recent big-name release, it's a gorgeous, competent PC port.
Atari: Game Over is the best movie about digging up trash you'll see this year, guaranteed.
Steam's Early Access model is a great way to support small game developers and fresh ideas, as long as you don't expect to ever play the finished product.
Sony is offering two bundles this holiday season, and only on Black Friday unlike Microsoft's Xbox One holiday-long discount.
Alien: Isolation has its issues, but by-and-large it's the best stealth game of the year and a stunning tribute to Ridley Scott's universe.
Assassin's Creed: Unity would already be a mediocre game, but the quality of this PC port brings the series to new lows.
After a one-week hiatus (blame BlizzCon), Missing Pieces is back with a double dosage of must-know gaming news.
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