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Not everyone wants to tear down Steam after its messy venture into paid mods. Here are some more constructive solutions from the community.
Big data and other new technologies are fueling the use of gaming principles in the workplace
It's been four long, tumultuous days to be a PC gamer. We round up what happened this past weekend, from Gabe Newell's Reddit Q&A to mod theft to in-game pop-ups.
Plus: That Mad Max game looks amazing, someone beat Bloodborne with a Rock Band guitar, and WWE is coming to the PC—this is gaming news for the week of April 20.
Valve says it's to support mod developers. Community says Valve is made up of money-grubbing Hitlers. The truth is maybe somewhere in the middle.
The 34-inch Acer XR341CKA will be the priciest G-sync panel, at $1300. The company also showed new Predator desktop, laptop and tablet models. Yes: Tablet.
Not only is CyberPower's three-pointed Trinity desktop PC a gaming powerhouse, it's also a conversation piece thanks to its unusual design.
Microsoft is bringing an Xbox Avatars editor to the Windows 10 Technical preview, hinting at a big return for the cartoon creations.
This is the first time in over a decade that the legendary Chip's Challenge will be easily (legally) available.
Soon you'll be able to pit the stars of Warcraft, Diablo, Starcraft, and other Blizzard games against each other in Heroes of the Storm.
Plus: Dying Light gets official mod tools from Techland, Abe's Exoddus is getting an HD remake, and more. This is gaming news for the week of April 13.
Thanks to a third-party tool called VorpX, you can immerse yourself in virtual Los Angeles. Minus the great Mexican food.
Sick of that RGB keyboard taking up your entire desk? Now there's a tenkeyless variant.