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Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition brings the PC classic into modern era

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition brings the PC classic into modern era

If you liked Beamdog's re-releases of the Baldur's Gate franchise and Planescape: Torment, then you'll probably like the company's next project as well. Beamdog announced today that it will be bringing Neverwinter Nights into the modern era with Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition. Like the treatments it gave to Baldur's Gate and Planescape, this new game will be less of a remake and more of a reissue that makes a bunch of quality of life improvements.

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Marvel Heroes is shutting down

Marvel Heroes is shutting down

It's a sad day for some Marvel fans out there, as Disney has revealed that it will be shutting down Marvel Heroes. While the move may not come as much of a surprise (more on that later), it does seem to be a rather sudden decision. Disney revealed today that the reason these games are shutting down is because it has ended its relationship with Gazillion Entertainment, the developer of the title.

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StarCraft 2 is now free-to-play

StarCraft 2 is now free-to-play

Back at BlizzCon, Blizzard made a surprising announcement about StarCraft 2. The company revealed that its world-famous real-time strategy game would be going free-to-play, giving players the chance to check out most of the game's content without spending a dime. That changeover has officially happened, so if you've never played StarCraft 2, now seems like the perfect time to jump in.

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PUBG teases new desert map with screenshots

PUBG teases new desert map with screenshots

The hit PC game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is due to finally leave early access before the year ends, and although we're still waiting on a solid date, Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene himself has shared a handful of new images of the shooter's upcoming map set in the desert. While the map was originally revealed back in July, the new screenshots give a much better impression of what players can expect from the environment.

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Razer debuts new Overwatch accessories inspired by D.Va

Razer debuts new Overwatch accessories inspired by D.Va

Now in full swing, Blizzard's BlizzCon 2017 has been packed with new announcements about the developer's biggest games, including the beloved Overwatch. To coincide with this, Razer has announced a set of new official PC accessories for the team-based shooter, this time styled specifically after the mech-weilding character D.Va. Even better is that the new headset is a dream come true for cosplayers.

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BlizzCon 2017: Everything huge announced today

BlizzCon 2017: Everything huge announced today

Today is the first day of BlizzCon 2017 and, as it has done for every BlizzCon previously, Blizzard kicked off the show with its opening ceremony. It's during this ceremony that Blizzard talks about what's coming up in its games, and this year it certainly didn't disappoint. In fact, save for Diablo 3, Blizzard had something big to announce for each game in its catalog.

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Razer’s newest gaming combo are so customizable it’s confusing

Razer’s newest gaming combo are so customizable it’s confusing

Today Razer announced a new customizable mouse and keypad that appear to go hand-in-hand (excuse the pun). The Razer Naga Trinity will be the ninth iteration in the long-running Naga line of gaming mice, and it's got a few features aimed directly at enthusiast gamers. The Razer Tartarus V2 gaming keypad, on the other hand, looks to extend the capabilities of those who play hotkey-intensive games, such as MMOs and even some MOBAs.

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World of Final Fantasy comes the PCs via Steam

World of Final Fantasy comes the PCs via Steam

Once upon a time, you needed to have a specific brand of console in order to play a Final Fantasy title. Today, you can find many of those even on smartphones and, of course, PCs. Aiming to spread its franchise to as many types of gamers as possible, Square Enix has released or re-released FF games on almost every platform, the latest one being last year’s World of Final Fantasy that will either make you cringe or fall in love with the game’s unique visual treatment.

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Destiny 2 DLC Curse of Osiris trailer out with release date details

Destiny 2 DLC Curse of Osiris trailer out with release date details

Sony promised some big announcements for its Paris Game Show presentation today, and it delivered. One of the biggest announcements it made today actually involves a non-Sony game: Destiny 2. We received the first official trailer for Destiny 2's incoming DLC, Curse of Osiris, along with a release date for the new adventure.

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Final Fantasy 15 minimum PC requirements revealed, quite reasonable

Final Fantasy 15 minimum PC requirements revealed, quite reasonable

Final Fantasy fans had to wait for roughly a decade before developer Square Enix finally released Final Fantasy XV on the PS4 and Xbox One last fall. Unfortunately for PC gamers, they're still waiting for the RPG's scheduled debut on their preferred platform early next year. While it won't make the time go by any faster, the game's system requirements have been revealed, allowing eager players to start optimizing their rig.

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Destiny 2 PC is the new port gold standard

Destiny 2 PC is the new port gold standard

Bungie has been away from the PC game for quite some time. The last Bungie title to launch on PC was Halo 2 way back in 2004, but porting duties were largely handled by a team within Microsoft Game Studios. Of course, back before the Halo series took off, Bungie developed exclusively for Mac and Windows, and with Destiny 2, we're seeing the studio return to the platform at long last. How does the port of Destiny 2 hold up after Bungie's 13-year absence from PC?

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Steam digital gift cards just made the holidays easy

Steam digital gift cards just made the holidays easy

The ability to gift Steam games is one that's been around for a long time, but the problem is that Steam's catalog is intimidatingly large. It can be difficult to pick out a game that you know your friend will like, especially when there's so much to pick from. Steam is doing something to alleviate that issue (at least somewhat) by rolling out digital gift cards today.

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