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Doesn't run on your machine? Didn't like it? Want to prove a point? Valve doesn't care. They'll give you a refund anyway, within reason.
Yes, tomorrow we might finally get our first details of the long-awaited RPG.
The mail-order video game rental service's expansion to streaming seems long overdue, but the market's still young and unproven.
Better start redesigning your gaming den, because this chassis needs to be treated like a work of art.
This shouldn't be a big year for console news at E3, but that doesn't mean the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One couldn't use a few tweaks.
It took them five years, but Lego finally got around to releasing its own branded Minecraft competitor.
The beloved XCOM strategy series returns this November with a much grimmer outlook on humanity's future—plus procedurally-generated maps.
With developer support waning, Nintendo's NX platform will reportedly woo developers with more flexibility on how to release their games.
Changes needed at server and infrastructure level to support 4K game streaming from Internet, Jen-Hsun Huang said
Corsair's Bulldog supports Intel's next-gen Skylake CPU, and it's dead silent thanks to a liquid-cooled CPU and GPU.
AMD and Nvidia have dueling display technologies to smooth out refresh rates in games. Hardware adoption is part of the battle, and Nvidia's winning--for now.
Nvidia's new multi-resolution shading tech takes advantage of the way virtual reality headsets render images to enable massive performance savings—which means prettier VR games or VR games on cheaper graphics cards.
Plus: 2K teases a new AAA project named 'Advent' and we're pretty sure it has nothing to do with that Orson Scott Card game Advent Rising. This is gaming news for the week of May 25.