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Wrestler The Big Show is hosting a Destiny 2 panel at E3

The E3 Coliseum is a series of panels, game demos, and special conversations between industry personalities. It also is the home of a Destiny 2 panel hosted by WWE superstar The Big Show. Yes, you read that correctly.  For more fun with shooters like Destiny 2, check out our list of the best FPS games. The Big Show will be joined by Bungie CEO Pete Parsons on June 13, where they will chat about the …

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Microsoft Ultimate Word Games now available on Windows 10 PC and Mobile

Microsoft’s Casual Games team has outed its latest project, called Microsoft Ultimate Word Games. Taking the place of Microsoft’s Wordament on the Windows Store, Ultimate Word Games includes it and a couple of other word games to check out. On top of Wordament, Ultimate Word Games packs in a Jumble and Crosswords game as well. Each is laid out in a sort of “saga-style” map that you work your way through as you complete levels. …

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A Magic: The Gathering RPG is coming from the Neverwinter devs

Cryptic Studios, the developers of Neverwinter, are beavering away on an RPG based on Magic: The Gathering, the strategy card game from Wizards of the Coast. It’s being billed as a triple-A RPG and will be developed for PC and console.  For more spell-casting and forming parties, check out our list of the best RPGs.  There’s no word on what the game will actually be called, but I’d expect it to be something like Magic: …

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Rainbow Six Siege triples its playerbase

Ubisoft’s shooter Rainbow Six Siege has an impressive ability to retain players, or so it seems. According to videogame statistic aggregate GitHyp, unlike Ubisoft’s other new releases like For Honor, it’s been gaining players over the years, even going so far as to triple its playerbase in the time since its debut.  With all these players still on board, see what everyone still has to look forward to in Rainbow Six Siege year two. At its …

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Get the most out of the GOG Summer Sale with the PC Gamer picks

At PC Gamer, we know a few things about good PC games. I personally know at least seven different things about good PC games, including how they taste. This is why we’ve gathered the best games in the GOG Summer Sale in one collection. 37 of them, to be precise. That’s probably too many, so below are the absolute best of the bunch. And they all taste great.  Let’s get the remasters out of the …

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Death Stranding won’t be at E3 2017

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube If you were looking forward to seeing more of Hideo Kojima’s bizarre opus come together during E3 2017, this year might be a disappointment. Kojima has announced that the game will not be shown this year as the team is instead “fully focused” on development.  Keep up-to-date with new video game releases like Death Stranding by checking out our upcoming PC games list. The tweet, brought to light over at NeoGAF, goes …

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Microsoft to stop the haxorz and extend your laptop’s battery life with the Win10 Fall update

Windows Insiders are getting an early glimpse at what Microsoft has in store for the next big Windows 10 update scheduled for the Autumn, with CPU throttling and potential anti-cheat systems taking centre stage for gamers. Gamers love graphics, right? So make sure you get the best GPU for you with our guide to the top graphics cards of today. You may have only just let your machine go through the update dance to allow …

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Chris Taylor says his new next game is “going to change” the RTS genre

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Chris Taylor, the creator of iconic RTS games Total Annihilation and Supreme Commander, is ready to get back into making games. And he’s got some big ideas. Supreme Commander made our list of the best strategy games on PC, and Total Annihilation would’ve if it weren’t so old. Taylor’s idea came to him while he was working at World of Tanks studio Wargaming, edging closer to management than to making …

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PC’s most successful VR title, Arizona Sunshine, is upping its zombie-blasting game for PSVR

Arizona Sunshine is the best-selling VR game on Steam, and now it’s getting a port to PS4 and PS Pro. According to the guys who are making it, Vertigo Games, one-in-five virtual reality users on PC own a copy, and it’s constantly near the top of the VR charts on Steam. However, with such a small number of Oculus and Vive systems in the world, even the fact you’re the most popular VR game on …

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GOG’s throwing a huge summer sale on PC games, and we’ve got some recommendations

More than 1,500 games are discounted We have a semi-passive role when it comes to most video games sales. A company like Sony or Microsoft will discount a bunch of things and the extent of our involvement is letting you, our dear audience, know that some games are cheap. With GOG’s Summer Sale, we’re more directly involved. We’ve teamed up with GOG to curate an editors’ choice list of a few dozen of our favorite …

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GOG Summer Sale Begins Today for PC Games

PC gaming digital distributor GOG.com is kicking off their Summer Sale today. The Sale includes over 1500 discounts of up to 90% off. Any purchase during the sale will net a free copy of spaceship sim Rebel Galaxy. The GOG Summer Sale will last for two weeks. GOG is home to older classic games as well as newer indie titles. It offers an alternative to Steam where you can permanently download games to your hard …

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Use NZXT’s system to make sure your gaming PC rocks your favorite games

Why it matters to you You can now take the guesswork out of building your next custom gaming PC with NZXT BLD. Building a new gaming PC can be a real pain, something that is getting even more difficult as AMD ramps up its CPUs and GPUs with Ryzen and Vega to more strongly compete with Intel’s Core CPUs and Nvidia’s GPUs. Simply put, knowing exactly which combination of components will optimize the performance of …

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Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is only $29.99 – here’s why

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Ninja Theory have announced the release date for Hellblade, their upcoming action game that follows the plights of a Viking shield-maiden suffering from psychosis. It’s finally releasing on August 8, and it will be half the price of a normal game.  For more future hits, check out our list of upcoming PC games.  The reason it’s priced so low is because Ninja Theory want to bring back the double-A game: …

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Why, with declining PC games sales, casual players matter

For as long as humans have been able to hold a gamepad, it’s been fashionable to take a side, whether that’s aligning yourself with Microsoft’s Xbox and laughing at PlayStation gamers who can’t play Halo or sitting on the bus with your iPhone and its smug sense of portability. But that kind of competition is both healthy and necessary – if it wasn’t for Mario, Sonic and Tails might still be stuck in the 16bit …

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Bethesda are making a “freemium triple-A” game alongside The Elder Scrolls 6

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Bethesda’s development studio have just advertised for a new role on a “bleeding-edge freemium triple-A game,” which tells us a bit about the third of their three current projects. If you can’t wait for the next Elder Scrolls, try some of the best RPGs on PC. Bethesda’s Pete Hines spoke about their current projects at E3 last year, confirming that they have three titles in the works. Executive producer Todd Howard …

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