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Six of Capcom’s 8-bit Disney classics will be bundled into a single release on PS4, Xbox One and PC next month.
It was only released last week, but already Nintendo’s critical smash hit The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been emulated on PC.
The last GPU in Nvidia’s Pascal family has finally been announced.
Intel will finally face some serious competition in the PC processor sector.
That’s right – on the biggest digital PC games store front in the world, over a third of its total catalogue was only released on the service in 2016.
One solution to the problem of tethered VR headsets has taken a step closer to release.
Cult indie hit Darkest Dungeon is celebrating an important milestone in its successful story.
PC gamers are able, should they choose, to buy today’s new Call of Duty from the Windows Store instead of Steam, but doing so comes at a price.
The developer of Xbox One exclusive Sunset Overdrive has expressed its desire to port the game to PC.
Bungie will bring Destiny 2 to PC, as well as PS4 and Xbox One.
Microsoft is celebrating a big milestone for the latest iteration of its world-conquering operating system.
It is the PC, and not the Xbox Scorpio, that’s at the heart of Sony’s decision to abandon the traditional console lifecycle with the generation refreshing PS4 Pro.
Daybreak has announced that the arrival of zombie hit H1Z1: King of the Kill on consoles will now be later than originally planned.
Microsoft’s sci-fi shooter Halo 5: Guardians is coming to PC. Kind of.
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.