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Four extra buttons, a built-in headset adapter, and rubber grips will set you back $150.
Plus: The Witcher 3 sells 6 million copies and Just Cause 3 wants to give you a real-life island. This is all the gaming news you need to know for the week of August 24, 2015.
Dell said its first-ever gaming monitor packs a previously unannounced second-generation implementation of G-Sync. Nvidia says nope.
Microsoft making Microsoft-published games like Fable Legends exclusive to Microsoft's digital storefront isn't an issue. Storage space is.
Hope you weren't holding your breath for a Blu-ray-less Xbox One, because Phil Spencer says it ain't happening.
Buying Steam Link, a Steam Controller, or Steam Machines? You'll get the chance to hop into a rocket car and play soccer.
Alienware is back with an updated version of its microtower that kicked off the revolution.
It's like we're watching Dragon Ball Z and YouTube just started chanting 'KAMEHAMEHA' at Twitch.
The goal for Divinity: Original Sin II? Take the original game and expand it in every single direction at once.
It's the feature you never know you need until you really need it.
Plus: twelve minutes of XCOM 2, six minutes of Mad Max, and one more week of summer. This is gaming news for the week of August 17-21.
Short on buddies with high-end gaming rigs? No problem, as GameStream will let anyone with a half-decent PC take the controls or join in same-screen cooperative play.
Luckily this lawsuit didn't drag on as long as Duke Nukem Forever's development cycle.