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PC Gaming Tag Archive

Memory Card: Myst

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Elizabeth Meade takes us back to the nineties with Myst, one of the best-selling PC games from that era...

Mechanical focus, RPGs, and the mastery of Morrowind

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In what could well be the first of many longform articles set to appear in Gaming, Devon Young gives a tour of the mysterious island of Vvardenfell......

Quarantine Diaries: Day #8

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With many people now buying a Nintendo Switch to see themselves through the quarantine, day eight of our diary offers up three very different experiences for the hybrid...

ESL announces partnership with US Air Force to end toxicity

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The Electronic Sports League has teamed up with the US Air Force for two upcoming events....

Rumour: Horizon: Zero Dawn may be following Death Stranding to PC

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Stacey Henley reports on the potential release of a PC version of Horizon: Zero Dawn...

Review: The Sims 4 Discover University…to the detriment of your own degree

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Culture Editor Charlotte Boulton makes her Gaming debut with an escape from reality into the world of Sims 4 Discover University...

Half-Life: Alyx trailer drops

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Valve’s rusted crowbar sits in the depths of their filing cabinets, longing to be held just one more time by the HEV-clad scientist turned hero, but it will have to wait...

Indie Corner: Raindancer: A tough indie experience that’s cheap as chips

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Stacey Henley gives her review of this cheap indie game that does a lot with a little...

Death Stranding is coming to PC

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Alex Darbyshire reports on this rare example of a PlayStation title making the jump to PC...

Don’t go ‘Daybreak’ing my heart: lay-offs continue

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Skeletons and ghouls aren't the scariest things this Halloween season... Joe Molander frightens us far more with the harsh reality of industry layoffs and company restructure....