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Steam In-Home Streaming Explained

Now that SteamOS is finally available for download, be cautioned it's in a beta state and this is not the full end-game SteamOS you'll be downloading, many users are reaching out to the forums for help with que... Read More...
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Players Need to Embrace Digital Distribution

We've all grown used to the act of driving down the street to go buy a title. Before, we couldn't simply sit at home in our big, comfy chair and download a game straight to our PC or console. The way we buy games has changed drastically, however. Pricing mode... Read More...
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The Cost of Gaming

One of the first games I ever played was Stronghold 2 for the PC and I remember rushing to the store the moment I found out it had released to pick up my copy of the game for around $30. Later on, an expansion came out for roughly the same price adding in a ho... Read More...
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The Elder Scrolls Online: An Introduction

The Elder Scrolls Online is an upcoming MMO from Zenimax Onlinewith one goal in mind: to bring two types of players together — the Elder Scrolls crowd, used to the great games of Skyrim, Morrowind, and Oblivion... Read More...
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The Wii U Bounces Back

Lets face it, the Wii U is an interesting console that I’d like to someday buy, but the one thing that has kept me from buying the system is the same thing that pushed me away from the Vita and the 3DS when the... Read More...
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How Far Will You Go For Rome?

Sega and Creative Assembly are gearing up to release the biggest Total War game yet, putting players into the boots of one of the most influential nations in our history, Rome. Players will write their own stories in the textbooks as they take control of the R... Read More...

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