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Plus no Assassin's Creed in 2016, a sequel to Watch Dogs, and Quantum Break unveils a PC version. This is gaming news for February 8 - 12.
Microsoft will launch Remedy's upcoming Quantum Break Xbox One game with a digital copy for Windows 10, with more deals like this to follow.
IO Interactive and AMD team up for a big performance boost on Radeon graphics cards.
AMD details the CPUs that you'll need to run Oculus Rift, but I'm still confused
Hitman's odd development and newly-announced episodic structure had us worried, but a few hours with the game assuaged most of our concerns.
If you have $2,600 to drop on MSI's new Tobii-equipped gaming laptop you can roam the streets of Victorian London with your eyes.
Amazon's free Lumberyard triple-A game engine features deep integrations with the Amazon Web Services and Twitch.
So much for experiments in multiplayer storytelling.
Plus: new trailers for Mirror's Edge, Far Cry Primal, Hitman, and more. This is gaming news for February 1 - 5.
It's like the Winter Sale, time-shifted two months into the future.
XCOM 2’s Steam Controller support goes far beyond what a traditional gamepad can do.
Mike Schropp's latest Lego PC is a gaming rig that even the most serious gamer can love.
The latest On the House game is 2012's Need for Speed, which should tide you over until we finally get the PC port of last year's entry.
Nintendo's first smartphone app arrives in March with a new rewards scheme to get players hooked.
From an improved sideline Surface experience to an audacious vision for HoloLens, Microsoft is digging deep into its role as an NFL technology partner.