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Video game coverage with an emphasis on PC gaming. Game industry trends and development news.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review

Horror games are a difficult thing to get right. They can feel like carnival attractions, full of overblown scares, or have so little horror that they elicit nothing but eye rolls. Resident Evil 7 gets it right. It’s a scary and violent blast of survival horror that sneaks up behind you before plunging a chainsaw in your gut.

Resident Evil 7 first reviews: It will scare the hell out of you

Arriving four years after the last iteration in the series, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard shifts the traditional third-person viewpoint to the first-person, while leveraging its roots to recapture the sense of dread and suspense from the earlier games. Reviews have already started rolling in, let's check what they have to say.

Video game sales in the US hit $30.4 billion in 2016

The US video game industry generated $30.4 billion in revenue in 2016 according to the latest data from video game industry tracker NPD Group and the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). The figure, which includes revenue from hardware, software, in-game purchases…

Super Mario Run hits Android in March

Super Mario Run is coming to Android earlier than most people expected. The popular title, Nintendo's first true game on mobile platforms, was originally released as an iOS exclusive on December 15th, 2016, and many figured it wouldn't hit Android for…

Watch the Nintendo Switch hands-on event in Tokyo

March 3rd release date confirmed, to be sold at $299.99 in the US. Find out all details about the Nintendo Switch at a livestreamed event in Tokyo, which will be followed by a hands-on presentation in New York the day after.

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