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Lego Minifigures Online launched last year and you probably didn't know it. So now Lego's trying again, without all the gross free-to-play hooks.
Plus Destiny tries to get you to drink sugar water, Project CARS 2 is a thing that exists, and...someone recreated the intro to PBS show Arthur in GTA V?
Part Minecraft, part DayZ, part Gears of War—Epic's new game is a katamari wrapped up in other games.
StreamOS “Brewmaster” brings behind-the-scenes changes as the first Steam Machines get closer to launch.
The DirectX 11 support coming to CrossOver and Wine will let more Windows games 'just run' on Linux.
Move over, Titan X. Sit down, Fury X. EVGA's customized version of the beastly GTX 980 Ti is the most potent single-GPU graphics card that's ever graced PCWorld's test bench.
It appears that Microsoft's game library for the Xbox One has now hit critical mass, and Xbox Live Gold members will benefit with two new Games with Gold titles for the Xbox One.
Inside, we answer the age-old question: "Does a Borderlands by any other name Borderlands as hard?"
Unity promises to become really fast at fixing bugs in its platform for building games
Snowflake opens cloud data warehouse... Google puts a data center in a coal plant... Facebook opens Messenger to all
After playing this game on several PCs, it's obvious why WB Games decided to suspend sales.
Yes, Batman: Arkham Knight's performance problems justify it being pulled from shelves.
After thousands of gamers reported issues with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight, its publisher has suspended sales of that version.
Should you preorder video games? No. Will you? Probably. And Bethesda's got a wearable with your name on it.
CryEngine powers top-name titles like Crysis, Ryse: Son of Rome, and Star Citizen, and now it's coming to Linux.
The long-awaited Radeon R9 Fury X is packed with power and loving design touches, but it's not quite a walk-off home run for AMD.