Popular Games Articles for 2013
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 is an affordable gaming and media focused notebook. Keep reading to see if it delivers on the promise of "upgradeable" graphics.
AVADirect offers a great deal of performance in a small package with the 13.3-inch customizable Clevo W230ST.
This second generation of Razer's gaming notebooks features a fourth-gen Intel "Haswell" processor, Nvidia GTX 765M graphics, a sleek metal chassis and innovative touchpad.
Valve, the company behind the popular PC gaming platform Steam, will make three major announcements with the first coming on Monday.
The Xotic PC variant of the MSI GT60 offers cutting edge specs and premium performance at a premium price. Is this a good value for gamers?
After a TV and social media heavy reveal, Microsoft comes out firing on all cylinders with new games, exclusives, and the system's pricing.
This 14-inch gaming notebook packs desktop power into an 0.66-inch thin aluminum chassis. Read our full review to see why the Razer Blade is a worthwhile contender.
While 2012 may not have been the juggernaut that 2011 was; it was still a great year for gaming with a cornucopia of titles worth remembering. Here are some of[...]
Maingear announces the launch of the Pulse 17, the world's thinnest 17" gaming notebook.
Origin PC announces the release of its EON13-S 13-inch high performance gaming laptop.
Origin announces the launch of its new online store with exclusive apparel and PC branded peripherals.
Origin PC is now offering the EON17-SLX in a promotional gaming bundle, which includes a high-end mouse, headset, and carrier bag.
On a recent redditor's tour of Valve, a snapshot caught something out of the ordinary: Left 4 Dead 3.
Valve's third major announcement in a week of big news was perhaps the most predicted of all: a new Steam Controller which promises to offer gamers something that no one[...]
Microsoft sets its sights on the living room with its new Xbox One game console. With the bundled Kinect and impressive multi-tasking capabilities, the new console looks to unify your[...]
Today, Valve announced that SteamOS-powered...consoles? Computers? Gaming machines? will be coming, from a variety of manufacturers, sometime next year. More exciting, however, is that they'll be giving away 300 beta[...]
Origin PC beefs up its customer surface with the addition of its new client, Nexus. The client allows for in-game customer and is compatible with the popular game portal Xfire.[...]
Origin PC announces the launch of select Razer gaming peripherals.
Valve's week of major announcements just kicked off with the introduction of SteamOS, an upcoming Linux-based OS from Valve that's designed from the ground up to bring PC gaming to[...]
With a relatively weak AAA showing at this year's PAX East in Boston, indie games got their time in the spotlight and became the star of the show.