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Square Enix has announced a concrete release date for Murdered: Soul Suspect.
The next instalment in the popular Arkham series has been named.
A new Kinect-specific game has been confirmed for Xbox One.
Banished has once again topped Steam's best sellers chart, besting DayZ for the second week in a row.
One of Vita’s recent breakout hits is to receive a release on PC.
Ubisoft has announced a brand new Trials game – Trials Fusion.
Steam developers can now set sales periods and discounts on their own, Valve has revealed.
Warner Bros has confirmed the release date of its Arkham Origins DLC Cold, Cold Heart.
Former smartphone-only title Deus Ex: The Fall is to be released for PC on Steam.
DayZ has been temporarily knocked off the top spot of Steam's top sellers chart, as city-builder Banished outsold it during the past week.
Football Manager 2014 has broken the record for the most consecutive No.1s in the PC charts.
Upcoming survival horror title Daylight is adding an extra layer of interactivity.
Warner has announced a console and PC release for former handheld exclusive Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate.
Creative Assembly's Total War: Rome II has again fallen under fan scrutiny, this time over paid DLC allegedly including cut content from the game's pre-release version.
Future Final Fantasy series releases could see release on the Windows PC platform, Square Enix has revealed.
Graphics card maker Nvidia has unveiled the new GTX 750Ti – and the headline is it can outperform an Xbox One.
The much-hyped Titanfall beta will remain open for 24 hours longer than previously planned.
It's DayZ and Rust's world, we're just living in it.
A second Suda 51 title is heading to PC in the form of Killer Is Dead: Nightmare Edition.
Developer Renegade Kid has revealed a surprising statistic about its action platformer Mutant Mudds Deluxe.
PC GAMING WEEK: We members of the master race like to point out that we’ve been playing proper next-gen games for years.
PC GAMING WEEK: Choosing a console pretty much boils down to three things – price, games and brand.
Two of THQ’s former IPs are to be subject of bundled re-releases on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
“We’re really going after PC” – that’s the message from Microsoft as it (once again) pledges itself to PC gaming.
The gap between and console and PC releases of Dark Souls 2 should me measured in weeks and not months.