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Sony is bringing its PlayStation streaming service to PC.
Microsoft’s decision to bring Xbox exclusives to PC does not diminish the role of Xbox.
Intel’s run of almost uninterrupted reign at the top of the PC processor market could be in for a serious challenge.
Desktop-level gaming in the convenience of a laptop – that’s the pitch of a new line of Nvidia components than can now be found in a range of manufacturer laptops.
Microsoft is launching a rival to Steam’s Early Access on PC, based on the Xbox Game Preview system it debuted last year.
PC gaming’s brief flirtation with watertight security may already be over.
It’s finally here. In the US, anyway.
There are plenty of No Man’s Sky copies already out in the wild, but those who already have the game should think twice before putting in a serious number of ...
Platinum’s apparent ever growing fondness of PC may see one of its most popular titles ported to the platform.
The Dark Knight has suffered another rocky PC launch.
Microsoft’s plan to close off the open PC market will manifest itself in a slow and gradual attack on Steam, Epic co-founder Tim Sweeney believes.
No Man’s Sky won’t quite launch day and date on PC and PS4.
There’s a new powerhouse in the PC graphics card market.
EA’s FIFA series remains ever present on PC, but the Madden series has been absent since 2006 – and that’s not looking likely to change.
Additional layers of security have been introduced to G2A.com, the key reseller has revealed.
Nvidia has lifted the lid on its third card in its new 10XX GeForce graphics card series.
Over two million people downloaded the Resident Evil 7 demo within its first week, beating previous PS4 records.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Xbox Play Anywhere program will apply to all future titles it publishes.
The war of words between TinyBuild and G2A.com has significantly intensified, with the retailer rebutting the studio’s recent accusations.
Indie developer TinyBuild has revealed that it lost nearly half a million dollars in sales for its games to key selling website G2A.
The first batch of games confirmed for Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere initiative have been named.
A bundle of three experimental games based on the theme of homosexuality are now available to download – for free – on Steam.
The locking off of Microsoft’s first party PC games from Steam may only be a temporary measure.
The next South Park RPG is a parody of Marvel movies, Ubisoft revealed at E3 today.
Steam’s Early Access system should run on a different set of rules to the rest of the store.