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Plus a first look a Cliff Bleszinski's new PC-centric first person shooter. (No, it isn't the Unreal Tournament reboot.)
As Sony's PS4 enters China, the Xbox One will be one of many problems it has to deal with
The SmartGlass "second screen" app originally written for Windows Phone migrates to Windows 10 and the Xbox app, as all Windows devices tie closer together in the upcoming OS.
Add nine maps to your Titanfall experience for the low, low price of your precious hard drive space.
Sword Coast Legends is probably the best game we saw at GDC, thanks to a fascinating 'DM Mode' built into this isometric CRPG.
Starships condenses Sid Meier's knack for turn-based strategy into a short, two-to-five hour burst of board game-esque tactics that's as satisfying as it is approachable.
The platform featured games from indie developers as well as PS classics, but now it is no more.
Six degrees of freedom. Six degrees of freedom. Six degrees of freedom. Six fregrees of dreedom. Fix sreedrees of greedom.
In the market for an upgrade? Fan of RPGs? Nvidia has a deal for you.
We just got code for Assassin's Creed: Rogue, so no review yet. What we CAN do is let you know what the PC port is like.
Cities: Skylines somehow lives up to the unfair expectations heaped upon it, presenting one of the best city builders in years.
Minecraft fans no longer need a system-wide install of Java to play with their blocks. Mojang's popular game now brings Java with it and only lets it out when it's time to play.
PCWorld spoke with Robert Kirkman about the forthcoming The Walking Dead co-op multiplayer shooter being developed by his Skybound Entertainment and Starbreeze's Overkill studio.
Get them while they're cheap, as Valve launches a Steam sale to coincide with the launch of Steam Machines.
Sony's upgraded virtual reality headset has a bigger, faster screen and high-resolution OLED display. Project Morpheus is set for release in the first half of 2016.
It's taken a long time and the promise of SteamOS, but more and more big-name games are finally becoming Linux natives. Here's a sampling.