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Oculus has been busy wrapping up ecosystem support for the Oculus Rift, but the delay may cost it the crucial first-to-market status for the fledgling field of VR.
Nvidia ups its original Witcher 3 deal to add copies of Batman: Arkham Knight to any GTX 980 or 970 purchase. But you'll have to act fast.
And in typical GOG fashion, it's all about providing options. Don't like Galaxy? That's fine, don't use it!
Microsoft shows off streaming games from the Xbox One to a Windows tablet, and (not surprisingly) it looks fantastic.
Crossfire woes still trouble AMD's FreeSync monitors, but you probably shouldn't buy a FreeSync OR G-Sync display unless you're a diehard anyway.
Raw video from Microsoft Build, showing gameplay streamed from an Xbox One console to a Windows 10 laptop.
The inability to emulate human emotions in CG characters is one aspect that makes them so creepy, but a demo showed off at Build 2015 may point to a way out of the uncanny valley.
E3 is typically a console-centric show, but the PC Gaming Show aims to shine a spotlight on the most powerful gaming platform around.
The Web integration gives legitimacy to browser-based gaming that it didn’t have before.
Tired of cheaters? Valve now lets developers detect and ban "disruptive players" from games semi-autonomously.
You already knew the Internet Archive has a catalog of DOS games that are playable in the browser. But did you know you can now play them in Twitter too?
Sure, it's not even close to the quality of Ultima VII. But hey, it's free.
Instead of replacing your Alienware laptop, you can connect it to the Graphics Amplifier and give it full desktop-level graphics power.
Following four days of player anger, Steam finally puts the kibosh on paid mods for Skyrim. But maybe not for other games?
Not everyone wants to tear down Steam after its messy venture into paid mods. Here are some more constructive solutions from the community.
Big data and other new technologies are fueling the use of gaming principles in the workplace
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.