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Plus GOG will give you DRM-free versions of any Saints Row games you already own on Steam, through GOG Connect.
Alongside the latest 1.18 patch, Blizzard's made the original StarCraft and its Brood War expansion free.
Microsoft Insiders get the first taster of user-generated tournaments on Xbox One, along with other improvements including Party Overlay.
Microsoft Edge improves noticeably with the Creators Update, catching up with some features and offering true innovations with others.
Microsoft plans a June 11 event before the E3 console gaming show to unveil Project Scorpio and show how it fits into the Xbox One lineup.
Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition comes in one easy-to-install package, and looks great doing it.
Now you can buy games without worrying about losing money if it doesn't work on your system.
You don't need to go searching for a Commodore 64 on Ebay to relive the vintage PC's glory days.
The AMD FreeSync support in Xbox Project Scorpio may help bring variable refresh rates to the living room.
Good news: An official, fixed version of Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is finally here. Bad news: It costs $50. So we'll play it for you and you can decide whether to pay this absurd ransom.
Microsoft's not saying much but what the future of Windows 10's Game Mode holds, but we have some suggestions.
Microsoft's latest Discovery Update, version 1.1, adds an in-app Minecraft Marketplace where creators sell new maps and skins to players.
This is your PC gaming news for April 3 through 7.
Goodbye, Snap view. One of the Xbox One's original selling points, Snap bites the dust in the Creators Update.
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