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Raptr's Plays.TV wants to make sharing PC gaming clips as seamless as possible, and the new Highlights and Stitch features advance the mission.
Online entertainment network Machinima has reached a settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for failing to disclose it paid people to produce endorsement videos for the Xbox One gaming console.
Acer officially launched the Predator 15 and Predator 17 notebooks at IFA in Berlin, both packing some terrific technology for gamers.
Avalanche's new game isn't the only Mad Max title coming to Steam today: All four movies did, too.
Witness: The PC version of Mad Max is all shiny and chrome, optimized to Gastown and back.
On the plus side, Obsidian says actually creating a Linux port of Pillars of Eternity wasn't difficult.
The latest version of the console comes straight outta Redmond with a blinged out controller and a hybrid disk drive -- not quite an SSD, but close.
Telltale's new game is more for Minecraft addicts than it is for fans of The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us.
RollerCoaster Tycoon World takes the spirit of the RollerCoaster Tycoon games of yesteryear and infuses it with some of the best elements of Cities: Skylines.
A year after we first laid eyes on the game, Homefront: The Revolution looks decidedly less revolutionary.
Four extra buttons, a built-in headset adapter, and rubber grips will set you back $150.
Plus: The Witcher 3 sells 6 million copies and Just Cause 3 wants to give you a real-life island. This is all the gaming news you need to know for the week of August 24, 2015.
Dell said its first-ever gaming monitor packs a previously unannounced second-generation implementation of G-Sync. Nvidia says nope.
Microsoft making Microsoft-published games like Fable Legends exclusive to Microsoft's digital storefront isn't an issue. Storage space is.
Hope you weren't holding your breath for a Blu-ray-less Xbox One, because Phil Spencer says it ain't happening.