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See larger image Mobile entertainment that is well worth your cash While free-to-play games seem to dominate the Play Store, premium games haven’t gone away. As always, paying a few bucks from the start will typically get you a richer gameplay experience free of ads and without (or with less of) the aggressive monetization tactics found in most of today’s ... Read More »

The 10 best paid Android games of 2016

See larger image Mobile entertainment that is well worth your cash While free-to-play games seem to dominate the Play Store, premium games haven’t gone away. As always, paying a few bucks from the start will typically get you a richer gameplay experience free of ads and without (or with less of) the aggressive monetization tactics found in most of today’s ... Read More »

14 great PC games you might have missed in 2016

, 2016 3:30 AM 1 of 15 Thumbnails MORE See larger image Credit: The Eyes of Ara Slow down and smell the backlog PCWorld’s annual list of the top 10 PC games of the year is locked in and ready to drop soon. But before we celebrate the best of the best, it’s time for our biannual tradition of highlighting ... Read More »

This week in games: Battlefield adds the French, Overwatch teases 2017, and Crytek’s in trouble

The Steam Winter Sale is up. The GOG.com Goodbuy Sale is up. The non-denominational socks are hung by the chimney. And me? I’m on vacation. But before we get out of here, turn off the lights and lock the doors until CES kicks off in January, I might as well wrap up the week’s news one more time—just to send ... Read More »

Steam Winter Sale hidden gems: 14 great PC games under $10

See larger image Credit: Valve Walk on the wild side The Steam Winter Sale is here, and it’s absolutely brimming with steep discounts for virtually every PC game imaginable. While it’s no doubt a great time to pick up recent AAA blockbusters on the cheap (Doom for $20? Yes please!), one of the best parts of Steam Sales is trying ... Read More »

12 great PC games holding festive holiday events

See larger image Credit: Blizzard Get jolly Elves and flying creatures aren’t anything special in digital worlds, but that doesn’t mean your favorite PC game can’t get into the spirit of the season. These games are decking the halls, letting it snow, and even reviving Home Alone for the holiday 2016 season—and many of them are handing out unique in-game ... Read More »

This week in games: Free Ubisoft games galore, a new Age of Empires 2 expansion, and more

2017’s basically here already. Proof? Three new game release dates this week, spanning from February to April of next year. It’s starting. That, plus Sam Lake sing-talks his way through Remedy’s music, Age of Empires II gets yet another new expansion, Planet Coaster becomes a winter wonderland, Doom runs on a single keyboard key, and Hitman borrows from Home Alone. This ... Read More »

This week in games: Battlefield 1 gets a Grenade Crossbow and someone builds an Atari 2600 in Minecraft

MORE LIKE THIS The 15 most exciting PC games still coming in 2016 This week in games: Free Titanfall 2 weekend, Star Wars Battlefront meets… This week in games: Diablo 4 whispers, Civilization VI launch VIDEO How to Block Ads in Windows 10 That’s it. We’re done. Dead Rising 4 released this week, and that’s (as far as I can ... Read More »

New slate of games showcase the power of Daydream VR

When we reviewed Google’s Daydream View headset last month, we were enamored with the simple, affordable solution to virtual reality, but somewhat disappointed in the lack of content. Just a handful of games were available at launch, and while there were certainly some fun titles, it was missing a real killer app to showcase its full capabilities. Barely a month after ... Read More »

Google is finally testing separate Apps and Games sections in the Play Store

One of the more baffling design choices that Google’s made a long time ago in its Play Store for Android has to do with the fact that apps and games are grouped together in one section, under the Apps & games heading. This obviously doesn’t make a lot of sense, since besides the fact that both categories consist of software ... Read More »