Entries in 'pc gaming' (21)
Joost van Dreunen, CEO of research firm SuperData, tells us why the PC gaming market is booming, and how it is leading the way for the games industry
Insomniac Games – the developer behind PlayStation series Ratchet & Clank and Xbox One-exclusive Sunset Overdrive – is releasing its first PC title next week.
The success of city-building hit Cities: Skylines has once again highlighted the power of player-created content on PC.
PC gaming in the UK is experiencing a digital revolution.
Leading UK retailers insist there remains a demand for PC games on the High Street.
This week's issue of MCV is a PC gaming special, featuring interviews with a number of the biggest players in the sector.
Microsoft has once again promised that its next iteration of Windows will offer a new dawn for PC gaming.
We can finally reveal our full schedule for the upcoming Games Retail 2020.
Dixons Retail's PC gaming and components category manager Simon Urquhart has left the business.
Only a handful of PC games are breaking through at UK retail, says publisher NCSoft.
PC hardware giants Nvidia and Asus have joined forces to launch five specialised gaming PCs in the Indian market.
Nvidia has announced a new set of game bundles for Geforce GTX desktop graphics cards and Geforce-powered laptops.
Nvidia yesterday introduced the first graphics cards to incorporate its new Maxwell GPU architecture – the Geforce GTX 750 and Geforce GTX 750 Ti.
PC gaming will grow to $24 billion by 2017, spurred on by rising living standards in BRIC countries - Brazil, Russia, India, and China, analysis firm IDC has predicted.
PC GAMING WEEK: With all the buzz around the new consoles, it is quite easy to forget about the PC gaming market.
Currys/PC World owner says it's keeping close tabs on Valve's new Steam Machines to bring devices to the High Street.
CM Storm has launched The Devastator keyboard-mouse combo, featuring a backlit keyboard and optical mouse at a budget price.
The second MCV Gamescom daily magazine is available to read right now.
Ubisoft has partnered with Nvidia to include several of the latter’s graphics technologies in its upcoming PC games.
The PC gaming sector remains the most powerful, diverse and important in the world, Nvidia has argued.