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From consoles to computers and smartphones, games are more accessible and diverse than ever before. Whether you want to know more about how the latest shooter looks on your hardware or when you can expect the next MMO to launch, Tom's Hardware has your gaming needs covered.
Following up our Dota 2 performance analysis, we benchmark the most-played PC game in the world, League Of Legends, and find out just how much graphics and CPU performance it requires for high-resolution,...
"Digital Ira," the centerpiece of Nvidia's GDC 2013 booth, is now freely available.
Start your weekend off with a little pre-order action.
Diablo 3 turns a year old.
RIFT is going free-to-play.
Gaming on Android just got more social.
The recently announced MSI GX70 Gaming Notebook is packed with even more features than its predecessor, the GX60.
Nvidia makes good on the launch details for its gaming device.
The GeForce 320.14 Beta Drivers are Nvidia's "Game Ready" drivers for Metro: Last Light, and also feature performance increases and updated SLI profiles for a range of titles.
Google's got gaming on the brain.
Yes, this means EA's Star Wars game won't be coming to the Wii U.
Check out the Tom's Guide team's latest story on hack and slash games!
Valve has added support for the Oculus Rift VR headset in the latest beta release of Half-Life 2.
Jagex is ambitious about where it will take Runescape to.
How each Project Shield will be made.
The next generation of PlayStation is due out later this year.
WoW is bleeding subscribers.
Bad news, guys: Ouya is no longer launching on June 4.
AMD has announced the upcoming arrival of its Radeon Gamer-Series memory.
Neverwinter is a new free-to-play MMO in the Dungeons And Dragons universe, sporting an action RPG flavor. We benchmark it with a number of graphics cards and CPUs, uncovering a processor-oriented bottleneck...
EA's SimCity launch may have been disastrous, but the game still sold quite well.
Company believes how people respond to games can help develop better titles.
An exploit stemming from the latest patch allowed players to dupe gold in the non-money Auction House.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest story on free games!
Ubisoft's Patrice Desilets didn't depart the company. Rather, he was fired, and not in the most courteous way.
Could smartphone apps give the Wii U the boost it needs?