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All of Doom's DLC is free now, but it comes as a ludicrous 34GB update—even if you don't plan to play multiplayer.
AMD's new Ryzen chips offer killer performance out of the box, but these tips, tricks, and tweaks push the processors even further.
All of Doom's DLC is now free: Nine maps, three guns, three playable demons, and a grab bag of other features.
Telltale's 2017 is all about superheroes as Guardians of the Galaxy and Batman finish out the year, but we'll see new Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us in 2018.
Clone video from virtually any video device including game consoles and DVD/Blu-ray. With the push of a button, this device captures and records to any attached USB stick, with no PC required.
Don't buy an AM4 motherboard for your AMD Ryzen processor until you read this.
Plus: Just Cause 3 goes multiplayer, Wolfenstein gives you a glimpse of Nazified America with "German...or Else!" and Tony Hawk HD announces its impending expiration date.
Oculus is selling the Rift VR headset with bundled Touch controllers for $399 through the summer, and $499 after that
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a pretty fun game, and today the PC version is available at a great price from Newegg.
Forget about the blockbusters. These are some of the smaller, more interesting PC games you should be playing in 2017.
BioShock: The Collection retells the epic journeys of the BioShock universe beautifully remastered in 1080p.
If you're still holding out for Palmer Luckey's promise of a $399 VR future, now's your chance—but does this mean there's a new Rift on the way?
Plus your Shadow of Mordor nemesis will make it over into Shadow of War, Firefall is killed off, and an XCOM 2 expansion allows you to recruit aliens. This is gaming news for July 3 to 7.
Streaming PC games lets you play them anywhere. Here's how to set up your home and devices for streaming, and how to use the Steam In-Home Streaming and Nvidia GameStream services.
Think Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai—shorter time period, smaller land mass, but centered around a watershed moment in history. And yes, the first will arrive before the next "real" Total War.
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