E3 2017 was packed with huge video game announcements across a series of vast of press events - but I bet you probably didn’t hear/see these five titles that dropped during the week.Read More
When PC gamers warmly welcomed Grand Theft Auto V on April 14th, the modding community exploded. With all kinds of unique mods from the convenient life-savers to the hilariously insane, I've decided to countdown my top five favourites of the hundreds of options.Read More
Valve has announced SteamOS, bringing this PC gaming system to your living room. It combines the comprehensive Steam digital distribution platform with a user interface purpose-built for use on televisions, and is built for free on Linux.
If you're anything like me, when Dragonborn hit Xbox 360 you avoided all mention of it to keep yourself pure, so for my fellow keyboard-jockeys, Dragonborn is available on Steam now. Bethesda has a long and illustrious history with downloadable content, producing some of the best in the business (horse armour notwithstanding), but is Dragonborn a worthy addition to their catalogue?
‘Tis the season of giving over at gog.com, beloved digital distributer of gaming gems from a bygone age; but one of their greatest gifts is tucked neatly under the darkest corners of the tree. For the next few hours, Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition, is absolutely free.
Rumours of the so-called 'Steam Box' – a console-like PC for the living room, powered by Valve's cherished gaming service – have been floating around the Internet for many months now, but that's all they've ever been: rumours. Now, we might just have the kind of evidence we were looking for that the company behind Half-Life and Portal are at least thinking about a PC/Console hybrid, ready to compete with the likes of the PS4 and Xbox 720.