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We pick the best wireless headsets and the best overall headset for your PC gaming pleasure.
Good news: An official, fixed version of Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is finally here. Bad news: It costs $50. So we'll play it for you and you can decide whether to pay this absurd ransom.
This highly customizable board is $30 cheaper than Amazon's price and comes with Cherry MX Brown switches.
Reprise your role as a supernatural assassin, and play your way in a world where mysticism and industry collide. The story responds to your choices, leading to intriguing outcomes, as you play through each of the game's hand-crafted missions. The game is currently discounted 50%.
Customer credit card data may have been pilfered from GameStop.com between mid-September and early February.
Microsoft's latest Discovery Update, version 1.1, adds an in-app Minecraft Marketplace where creators sell new maps and skins to players.
This is your PC gaming news for April 3 through 7.
Samsung's is reportedly cooking up some ridiculous panel magic for later in 2017.
Some of the best indie games can't be found on Steam. They're on Itch.io, an alternate universe with no barriers to entry and some great perks for developers and players. Check out our favorites here.
We delve into PC games you may have missed in this busy spring season: Four Last Things, Snake Pass, Stories Untold, and Cosmic Express.
Goodbye, Snap view. One of the Xbox One's original selling points, Snap bites the dust in the Creators Update.
In Xbox One's Creators Update, Cortana has received an upgrade, supporting some new tricks such as reminders and alarms. Here's what Cortana can and still can't do.
The Xbox One Creators Update is a major improvement, but some features have relocated or retired. Here's where everything went.
This curved monitor is about as cheap as you can currently get for a display of this size.
Nvidia's new Titan Xp takes the performance crown back from the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti—and bestows the graphics card with the name it always should have had.
Microsoft's Xbox Project Scorpio's hardware could actually power 4K gaming well, unlike the PS4 Pro. But sorry, PC enthusiasts: AMD's Ryzen isn't inside.