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These long PC games demanded to be played for days, not hours—and your tenacity will be rewarded.
Diablo II Resurrected is an extraordinary game that preserves the best elements of a timeless classic RPG while also making it better.
Iron Gate Studios has released its long-anticipated update for Valheim, Valehim: Hearth and Home. PCWorld spoke to Iron Gate Studio co-founder Henrik Törnqvist about what’s in store for players.
This is our definitive list of the best multiplayer party games out there, regardless of whether you prefer to play on a PC or a console like the Playstation 5.
Survival games like Subnautica, The Forest and Green Hell have flooded our game libraries in recent years. No matter whether you like crafting unique items or building epic bases, there’s something to keep everyone satisfied in this genre. Here we co...
A new study by Macquarie University researchers shows how playing augmented reality games helped keep gamers sane during COVID-19 lockdown.
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Riot's official line is that "League of Legends: Wild Rift will launch with around 40 champions. More will follow over time."
Most TVs will be compatible, but you’ll want a set with certain features to enjoy the ultimate gaming experience.
There's no official Fortnite app for your Chromebook, but here are still a few ways you can play the game on a ChromeOS device.
Weird West might be developer WolfEye Studios’ debut title but it’s certainly not lacking for ambition.
The enormous popularity of last year’s World of Warcraft: Classic looms large over the impending release of Shadowlands but Shadowlands production manager Patrick Dawson says the development team behind the game isn’t daunted.
I don’t want to sound dramatic but it feels like Torchlight 3 is a game staring down an existential crisis of its own making.
It’s long been a trope that real guns make scared people feel powerful but, when it comes to the sounds that fictional firearms make, the most important thing might be that they make you feel anything at all.
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