Halo Reach is a solid PC port and remains a decent shooter, although it has dated more than we expected.
Triple-fan cooler, mild overclock, basic RGB - worth it over Founders?
Who do you think deserves the crown for 2019?
Bit-Gamer developer Jamie Cuthill is looking for a new RPG - any suggestions?
THQ and Relic have released the system requirements for the PC version of Space Marine.
Columnist Richard Cobbett offers his view on Valve's exploration of the free-to-play market.
DICE has confirmed that the PS3 version of BF3 runs at 720p.
Three dimensional match-four game from Manic Game Studios.
Ten new Portal 2 levels available exclusively to US-based owners of Razer's Hydra controller.
EA has blamed Valve for Crysis 2's disappearance from Steam.
Valve has announced that it will now officially support free-to-play titles over Steam.
Call of Duty Elite may have annoyed some, but it also presents a brave new future for the industry.
Dixons has launched a new digital distribution for games.
Each 10th person to Like YoyoTech's Facebook page gets a free game.
We take a look at Anomaly: Warzone Earth, which bills itself as tower defence in reverse.
Valve has confirmed it will release downloadable content for Portal 2.
Valve has released Portal 2 two days early, but only on Steam.
The error introduced by Garry's Mod earlier today has already helped catch 2,500 pirates.
Valve may be held back by the success of Steam, says Stardock's Brad Wardell.
Garry's Mod now includes a deliberate error designed to identify and ban pirates.
Valve has launched the previously announced Steam Guard security system.
Atom Zombie Smasher has been released on Steam, with free Steam codes for everyone who already bought it.
Valve has announced a new Big Picture mode for Steam that could turn PCs into consoles.
Valve has said it is more profitable per employee than either Google or Apple.
Digital distribution is now far more important than retail support, says Paradox Interactive.
Team Fortress 2 goes back to beta.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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