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Origin PC has added a micro-tower option in its Chronos line of gaming PCs.
You'll get you money's worth.
Amazon has a gamepad, and it packs hints at what could be next.
As we make our way through 2014, we wanted to compile a list of the 30 most popular PC games using as many resources as possible. The following titles are prolific, and we have no doubt that you've played...
Respawn and EA have established a troubleshooting page for Titanfall.
The Stereoscopic 3D Gaming Alliance has a new name and mission.
A redeemable code for Daylight is one of Nvidia's new Spring bundles.
The studio wants extra time to polish the game.
Browse the produce without leaving the house.
These notebooks have Nvidia GeForce 800M series graphics.
The Razer Blade Pro has a new GPU and Switchblade apps.
The Razer Blade laptop received an upgrade in the screen and GPU department.
Titanfall has finally landed, and eats up around 48 GB of HDD space.
Oculus VR has a new chief architect.
Oculus VR's first-generation development kit is almost sold out.
World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor is shipping this fall.
Zotac launched a ZBOX focused on PC gaming, and a nano mini PC with an AMD APU.
The team is bursting with ideas.
TES Renewal Project is working on a Morrowind mod for Skyrim.
Virtual space tourism thanks to Oculus Rift.
Titanfall can be preloaded from Origin.
OUYA Everywhere is coming to the M.O.J.O. console.
Microsoft will talk about DirectX 12 during GDC 2014 later this month.
Here's a dedicated headset to go with your Titanfall purchase later this month.
OnLive has fired up another subscription service that links to your Steam account.
Pretty much everyone will be able to afford Oculus Rift.