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Capcom is getting some seriously good mileage out of its 2009 hit, Street Fighter IV.
The Summer Sale has made first impact on the top ten selling products chart for Valve's service, with Civilization V and Borderlands 2 offerings making up nearly half of the ...
Second Life developer Linden Lab has announced its purchase of indie game digital distribution service Desura.
The crossover between Warner Bros' popular Scribblenauts series and the DC Comics universe has been given a release date.
A PC version of Grand Theft Auto V remains unannounced by Rockstar, but that doesn’t mean the studio isn’t working on it.
PC gamers are able to get a free copy of Splinter Cell Blacklist if they buy certain Nvidia GPUs.
Indian PC gamers have taken to Facebook and Twitter to air their discontent at the rising prices of EA’s PC games.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Square Enix’s complete reworking of the admitted mess that was FFXIV, has garnered over 1m registrations for its beta program.
A six-day digital PC game sale has this afternoon begun at online retailer Green Man Gaming.
Fresh speculation about the next line of AMD’s Radeon graphics card suggests a September reveal is on the cards.
The graphics card war looks like it’s getting ugly.
Routine may well be the most impressive upcoming game you’ve never heard of.
The newest entry in Nvidia’s GTX 700 series has been revealed – the GTX 760.
Nvidia has cut the price of its upcoming Android portable and PC games streaming device Shield.
Controversial PC title The War Z is undergoing a rebranding.
Talk that left many Nvidia graphics card owners worried last night has been roundly dismissed by EA and AMD.
It sounds like PC gamers may face a bit of a wait for true next-gen FIFA to be released on PC.
A new flagship PC processor is on the way from AMD… although you won’t be able to buy it.
Yet another game has decided to free itself of the sheckles of Wii U exclusivity.
Developer Ubisoft Montreal is confident Watch Dogs can stand-out from Grand Theft Auto V.
Titanfall. That’s the name of the game being secretly developed by Respawn Entertainment.