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The 2004 cult classic Phantom Dust finally is landing on Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One today, for free.
The Steam Summer Sale 2017 dates have apparently leaked. Prepare your wallets accordingly.
Quake's back for the modern era, and Quake Champions is holding an open beta this weekend. Here's how to play.
At PDXCon, Paradox unveiled a new Europa Universalis IV expansion, a Mars survival game with Tropico's developers, and that it's now publishing BattleTech.
Electronic Arts is launching a mobile version of its popular Sims game on iOS and Android, and it looks to bring many of the features from its PC counterpart.
Divinity: Original Sin II's custom campaign tools, called Game Master Mode, has players rolling virtual dice like an actual tabletop role-playing game.
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Prey's not the best-looking PC game ever made, and there are a few nagging issues, but compared to Dishonored 2 it runs like a dream.
Expect trailers from PC-centric publishers like Bohemia, Tripwire, Nexon, and more as the PC Gaming Show rolls into its third year at E3.
One part art-house film, one part nature documentary, one part guided meditation, Everything asks you to contemplate your place in the universe by experiencing the point-of-view of hundreds of other creatures, plants, and objects.
This horror game serves up fear and frustration in equal measure.
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