Don't-Miss Windows 7 Stories
Cryptic announces Star Trek Online open beta access available to early subscribers, kicks off mid-January two weeks prior to the game's official launch.
A Microsoft manager sparked a fierce debate by implying Windows 7 was based on the Mac. So who is this guy? We did a little digging.
Washington Times columnist calls for rejection of violent video games, takes aim at terrorist sequence in Activision's Modern Warfare 2.
If you bought Modern Warfare 2 at retail, you can play it today, but if you bought it online through Steam, you're locked out until Thursday.
Activision's Modern Warfare 2 arrives tomorrow, but will PC gamers choose the Windows version . . . or one of the less controversial console alternatives?
Key online storefronts Impulse, Direct2Drive, and GamersGate won't distribute Modern Warfare 2 after learning it's bundled with competitor's software.
BioWare's roleplaying opus has critics doing cartwheels, but what about Windows 7 users?
Relic releases new screens and an extended high-def trailer teasing its spring 2010 expansion for real-time tactical Windows game Dawn of War II.
Windows 7 now commands more than 3 percent of the global operating system market, according to newly released data. That's more than Vista had a full month into its release.
An unsanctioned video clip from Activision's forthcoming military shooter reveals players can slaughter innocent civilians, prompting debate over its appropriateness.
Demo for Valve's first-person cooperative play zombie shooter available for Xbox 360 owners now, PC version delayed until Wednesday.
Browser-based role-playing game lets players sample Dragon Age Origins universe early and unlock special items for use in the upcoming Xbox 360, Windows, and PS3 game.
Putting Windows 7 through its install paces and musing about its features, foibles, and gaming prospects.