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Oculus VR's CEO recently revealed that the VR headset and a PC powerful enough to run it will cost $1,500 total—but the true price of the Rift is much less scary. We break it down.
This week, CD Projekt adds a new mission and an alternative skin for Yennefer to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, bringing the free DLC count up to four.
Plus H1Z1 bans 25,000 players, Heroes of the Storm goes open beta, and John Cena cries. This is gaming news for the week of May 18.
This is it, folks: The first official glimpse at AMD's forthcoming HBM-powered Radeon graphics card.
"There are complex technical reasons behind it," says studio head Adam Badowski.
Google may not have won the bidding battle for Twitch, but it's not giving up the war for live game streaming.
It's not a belated April Fools' joke. Razer has created a mousepad that lights up. Like Tron, or something.
Don't let all the sound and fury on the Internet fool you. The Witcher 3 plays just fine on Radeon hardware, despite using Nvidia's GameWorks middleware.
Add Microsoft's game console to the list of devices that won't receive Windows 10 until sometime after it lands on PCs.
The popular app now has a new look, a desktop version, and a Reddit-style forum.
If you're a Titan X user willing to beta test Nvidia's GeForce Experience software, the company has a free copy of Witcher 3 with your name on it.
Finally, after three years of hype, glory, and a mad dash by competitors, the Oculus Rift is turning into a real product you can go out and buy. The first extended look at the final device looks like it will happen in June.
MSI both denied the rumor and hinted at legal action toward any rumor-mongerers. Meanwhile, Lenovo stays mum.