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Star Wars: KOTOR II gets first update in 10 years

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, the critically acclaimed role-playing game from Obsidian that launched on PC in 2005, has received a major update this week that adds in an impressive amount of new features.

Choosing the Best Wireless Gaming Headset: From Logitech, to Astro, Steelseries and beyond

The magnitude of gaming headsets out there is bewildering. If you're in the market for a wireless headset though, the dizzying array of options dwindles to fewer than a dozen choices. I decided to chronicle my hunt for the perfect wireless gaming headset. We review the Logitech G930, Corsair H2100, Astro A50 Gen2, SteelSeries H, Turtle Beach i60 and Z300.

Steam Summer Sale is coming: what you need to know

We don't know exactly when it will start, but can reliably estimate the deals you should wait for. One of Valve's two biggest sales is inbound soon — the Steam Summer Sale — and it's a major event for PC gamers, with discounts on hundreds of titles from a wide variety of publishers.

Hatred Review: A controversial game that isn't really worth hating

Hatred is a twin-stick shooter that displays its dreary world from an overhead perspective. The player is cast as a nameless antagonist who's decided to go on a mass killing spree. Literally the only things he can do are move and kill. It's unveiling created ripples of outrage months ago and now that the game's here it's one of the top-selling on Steam. If only the people at Destructive Creations were as good at making video games as they are at marketing them.

These are Steam's best selling PC games right now

Even though The Witcher 3 won't be out until tomorrow, pre-orders of the game are hitting Steam's top charts hard, taking the second and fifth spots in last week's top selling titles. The game has received plenty of press ahead…

Some popular Grand Theft Auto V mods contain malware

Installing random game mods you find on the internet isn't always the safest idea. As it turns out, some popular Grand Theft Auto V mods contain a healthy dose of malware, and should be removed immediately if you've already downloaded and…

Work and Play? Razer Blade Pro (2015) Review

The Razer Blade has earned a solid reputation among those looking for a lightweight gaming notebook, but what if your mobile gaming rig also doubles as your productivity machine? Razer would encourage you to check out the new Blade Pro which is powered by a quad-core Core i7, SSD/HDD combo, and a generous 17.3-inch display which affords the real estate necessary for the highlight of the notebook, Razer’s Switchblade UI.

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