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AMD will wait until the VR headsets are ready before it rolls out the previously announced double Fiji GPU graphics card.
Microsoft takes a page from Steam's playbook and then some, holding a longer sale in hopes of keeping users firmly planted in front of their consoles.
Plus Valve will give you three free trading cards per day. Still no Daily and Flash sales, though.
It may not be ready for gift-giving this year, but come 2017 this could be the hottest item on wish lists around the world: a $300 device that enables X-ray vision.
"The Road to Eternity," originally available only to Kickstarter backers, can now be yours for a dollar.
The next-generation open source graphics API Vulkan won't be ready before 2015 is out, but the Vulkan Working Group says the first version is almost done.
Plus: You got your AT-AT in my Fallout 4! This is your gaming news for the week of December 14 - 18.
A French consumer association, steamed up at the way major online game platforms prohibit the resale of games, is seeking to make an example of Valve Software, operator of the Steam platform.
Inside: Hayden rides a stationary bike with an Oculus Rift on his head, and it's enshrined in gif form forever.
The World Trade Organization hopes to cut the cost of IT and consumer electronics products and boost trade in them with the abolition of tariffs on imports including game consoles, TVs, GPS receivers and advanced chips together worth US$1.3 trillion annually from July 2016.
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak looks oddly like Homeworld: That Dune Game You Always Wanted. And I'm okay with that.
From Witcher 3 to Kerbal Space Program, these are the PC games that gave PCWorld editors the biggest smiles in 2015.
Nvidia's latest GeForce Experience beta adds a much-needed screenshot tool and new tweaks for Twitch and YouTube Live broadcasts.
Super Mario Bros. 3 never made it to PC even though two of the biggest names in PC gaming history tried to make it happen. Here's what that first early rough cut looked like.