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Alienware Alpha updates its custom gaming PC with improved 'HiveMind' interface (hands-on)

A new custom Windows 8 overlay called HiveMind makes this unique gaming PC more useful and easier to navigate.

By 25 June 2015


Supercut celebrates a century of robots in film

Robbie the Robot! R2-D2! Wall-E! Watch your favorite robots, androids, cyborgs, metal men and Replicants from over 100 films in this sci-fi supercut.

By 12 February 2015


Grim Fandango adventure game returns from limbo

With this rerelease, three of the five classic PC games we wished for back in 2009 are now available.

By 3 February 2015


Play your favorite 'Star Wars' games from the '90s right now

Good Old Games (aka GOG.com) has teamed with Disney Interactive to bring popular LucasArts games from the '90s to modern computers.

By 29 October 2014


Game of Drones: Where UAVs meet paintball

The team of drone enthusiasts at Game of Drones has rigged up drones with paintball guns for a game of remote aerial combat.

By 13 June 2013


Cult classic PC game System Shock 2 getting rereleased

The digital distribution rights to this early effort from the designer of BioShock have finally been untangled.

By 14 February 2013


Classic PC game site GOG.com back from dead

DRM-free PC gaming hub faked a site shutdown to kick off its second anniversary. The redesigned site is back up, and has added the classic RPG Baldur's Gate as a $9.99 DRM-free download.

By 24 September 2010


Making old games work on new PCs: Beyond Good and Evil

Sometimes, publishers don't bother updating old games before putting them up on your favourite digital distribution system. Here's how to make them play more nicely with your new machine.

By 25 May 2012


Exclusive: Classic Activision games go DRM-free on GOG.com

In a new deal with classic gaming Web site Good Old Games (GOG.com), game publisher Activision will shortly announce it is re-releasing many of its classic titles in a DRM-free format.

By 28 January 2010


Game consoles and the death of backward-compatibility: Why we don't care

The Nintendo Wii's dropping support for the GameCube in a recent redesign. Here's why it really doesn't matter.

By 18 August 2011