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Alongside the latest 1.18 patch, Blizzard's made the original StarCraft and its Brood War expansion free.
Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition comes in one easy-to-install package, and looks great doing it.
Play with snakes, space trains, a Stranger Things homage, and silly peasants.
AMD's optimization promise for Ryzen appears to be true. Oxide squeezed out about a third more performance from AMD's Ryzen CPUs
What can change the nature of an Infinity Engine game? Beamdog revisits Planescape: Torment and updates it with native widescreen, bug fixes, and more.
Blizzard claims the prettied-up StarCraft Remastered will play precisely the same as it did under Brood War’s 1.16 patch.
Obduction now allows you to pull levers, press buttons, and pick up objects with your very own hands with the HTC Vive and Oculus Touch.
Star Citizen only plans support the Vulkan graphics API on all platforms, rather than adding DirectX 12 to Windows 10 alone.
As long as you have a robust internet connection you'll be able to stream PS4 exclusives to your PC—though the price is steep.
Early reviewers found a nasty surprise hiding in the PC version of Mafia III: A 30 frames per second cap.
Like Dead Rising earlier this week, BioShock Remastered is a reminder of the PC's darkest days—but in a bad way.
PC gaming went through a dark era in the mid-2000s. A decade on, Dead Rising's arrival on the PC is a nod to how much better we have it nowadays.
If there's any consolation for living in Dallas in the summertime, it's QuakeCon. This year, with actual Quake!
Killer Instinct hits Windows 10 with cross-platform purchases, saves, and multiplayer.
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