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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 September 23, 2010

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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 January 27, 2010

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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 February 13, 2013

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Poll: do you still buy video games from Australian stores?

The local retail video game industry is undergoing some interesting changes. Is it enough to keep your interest?

By April 2, 2012

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Gaming PCs: How much is too much?

PC games are still alive and well, but after reviewing a $5,000 gaming desktop and a $2,000 gaming laptop, we have to ask if anyone is actually buying these pricey rigs.

By December 2, 2011

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Remastered video games: Good or bad?

Is upgrading the graphics on older games like colorizing black-and-white movies?

By November 16, 2011

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Updated: 30 great games you can play on a Netbook

Like just about everyone else on the planet, you broke down and purchased a Netbook. Somewhere along the way, the thought creeps in--maybe I can find some games that'll run on this wimpy Intel Atom processor and integrated graphics...

By July 7, 2010

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Five classic adventure games that need to be rereleased as digital downloads

We're pleased to see some old Lucasarts games come to Steam, but here are five classic adventure games that need to be re-released as digital downloads, pronto.

By July 27, 2009

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Alienware M17x the fastest gaming laptop ever, but do we still need big PC gaming rigs?

After a steady stream of Netbooks and entry-level laptops, it's nice to slip behind the seat of a deluxe mobile powerhouse for a change like Alienware's new M17x laptop--but do people still need big PC gaming rigs?

By July 16, 2009