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If you’ve become interested in gaming on Linux, using SteamOS as your Linux distribution of choice is a good idea. This guide covers every step and possible question you may have during installation.
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Our tips that everyone playing the game should know whether they’ve played an Assassin’s Creed game before or not.
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Those sepia-toned childhood memories of beating your granddad at Monopoly can be partially recreated on your smartphone.
All of the games here work on both Android and iOS, and are now free for life—not for a limited period.
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Big-budget games are coming to Linux, thanks to graphic driver improvements and the arrival of SteamOS. Here are five, top-tier games which undeniably demonstrate the potential of Linux as a platform for gaming.
Playing horror games is popular during fall. There’s no better way to celebrate the season than a game where you run from the undead, ax murderers, or whatever other fear you want to face.
Smartphone games are a great way to kill time. If you’re stuck waiting for a bus, or just need a way to occupy a few moments, they’re hard to beat.
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With Google stopping auto-play Flash ads this year, it won’t be long before the rest of the Internet starts turning it’s back on all things Flash.
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Numerous data breaches have hit gaming networks and publishers over the past few years. You're…
Distributed computing has done some great work for science and technology.
Now, a new company called Improbable is exploring what this technology could do for gaming – and the results could be revolutionary.
One source of outrage in the gaming community is pre-order “bonuses” that consist of pathetic toys, unfair advantages, or carved-out content.