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  1. Microsoft Flight is a free-to-play title
  2. MSI launches Big Bang-XPower II motherboard for militant overclockers
  3. One tablet sold for every four laptops
  4. Microsoft explains 'refresh and reset' options of Windows 8
  5. Firefox 3.6 Support Ends April 2012
  6. Star Trek Online adopts free-to-play model
  7. XCOM returns to strategy roots
  8. Gotham City Imposters slips to next month
  9. Daily Mail exposes Old Republic female slave torture scandal!
  10. MSI launches GT783 gaming laptop, burns through Battlefield 3 with GTX 580M GPU
  11. Infinity Blade games make $30m in a year
  12. World's largest OEM notebook maker sues AMD over hot chips
  13. Steam sales grow by more than 100 per cent for seventh year
  14. Aigo preps glasses-free 3D tablet because Avatar demands it
  15. OLPC outs XO 3.0 tablet at last, will make its debut at CES
  16. Star Wars: The Old Republic wins Guinness award for most voice acting
  17. Linux kernel hits version 3.2, plenty of power-saving features in tow
  18. Dark Souls admin suggests PC could happen with a petition
  19. OpenTTD 1.2.0-beta2
  20. GemRB Game Engine v0.7.0
  21. QuakeSpasm 0.85.6
  22. Chrome 17 pre-rendering web speed boost
  23. Silent Hill: Downpour brings the old back to the new
  24. Dell plans to launch new tablet in late 2012
  25. Kinect for Windows available February 1st
  26. Razer unveils Project Fiona gaming tablet
  27. Lack of digital chart is "turning off investors"
  28. This digital picture frame runs Linux better than you might think
  29. Rockstar devs check out the black market in Sao Paulo for Max Payne 3
  30. Street Fighter IV HD coming to Android Marketplace in May
  31. Gaikai coming to LG TVs, playable OnLive coming to GoogleTVs
  32. NPD: large screens fulfill productivity, small screens satisfy entertainment
  33. OnLive integrated into Google TVs
  34. EA Play4Free hits 25 million users
  35. Ubuntu Tablet OS To Take On Android, iOS
  36. BioWare SWTOR post-mortem: it's more innovative than an FPS
  37. Riccitiello joy as EA makes $1bn in digital
  38. Microsoft Taking Aggressive Steps Against Linux On ARM
  39. ALL copies of Mass Effect 3 PC require Origin
  40. Minecraft hits 20 million registered users
  41. Google hits back at Murdoch 'piracy leader' claims
  42. Mass Effect 3 'unavailable through Steam'
  43. Report: swathes of publishers targeting German "pirates"
  44. PES 2012 coming to OnLive
  45. Intel-powered Windows 8 tablets to struggle for sub-$600 pricing?
  46. Saints Row: The Third straps on Team Fortress 2 hats
  47. Team Fortress 2 masks look silly in Saints Row The Third
  48. Star Wars: Old Republic Update 2 will be 'much bigger'
  49. 'Simplify Steam and core gaming could explode'
  50. Pre-owned sales tactics are pushing devs to digital'
  51. Ubisoft Has Windows-Style Hardware-Based DRM For Games
  52. Microsoft Announces ReFS, a New Filesystem For Windows 8
  53. Commander Genius v0.3.8 Alpha
  54. EA 'probably' spent $0.5bn on Old Republic
  55. CCP: 'Cloud gaming perfect for free-to-play success'
  56. Samsung Reinvents Windows (Not the OS) With Touchscreen Display
  57. Out There: Do MMOGs need death?
  58. Star Trek Online now free-to-play
  59. Alienware reveals dedicated gaming PC
  60. Windows 8 tablet requirements appear
  61. Blizzard still tinkering with Diablo 3 systems, highlights new changes
  62. Magicka summons 1.3 million in sales, new expansion in the works
  63. Blizzard: No one will remember if Diablo III is late
  64. Street Fighter X Tekken: Welcome to the festival
  65. Old Republic sales concerns 'are overblown' - Pachter
  66. Intel Relying On Ice Cream Sandwich For Tablet Push
  67. Gaikai months away from full-game streaming
  68. Doctor Who breaks The Silence, dances with Daleks in March 2012
  69. Anno 2070 DRM grudgingly altered as little as possible
  70. First ever digital PC chart scheduled
  71. Warp teleporting to PC and PSN March 13
  72. QuakeCon 2012 dates announced
  73. BF3 hackers ban innocent players, EA investigating
  74. HP To Open Source WebOS
  75. Kingdoms Of Amalur dev wary of Skyrim threat
  76. Nordic signs Alan Wake on PC
  77. Analog Joypad for your Retro PC
  78. Rayman Origins coming to PC March 29, retail versions DRM free
  79. WebOS to be fully open-source by September
  80. Some Windows 8 Laptops May Come With Built-In Kinect Sensors
  81. Rayman Origins confirmed for PC
  82. C&C: Renegade remake Renegade X: Black Dawn deploys tomorrow
  83. Intel launches new GPU-less Core i5, Celerons
  84. EverQuest goes free-to-play
  85. APK puts Windows 95, 98 and XP, plus Linux on the EVO 3D
  86. Humble Bundle for Android includes mobile and home versions of Anomaly, World of Goo
  87. SWTOR 1.1.1 patch notes in, servers return
  88. Half-Life 3 fan campaign staging mass gameplay session
  89. ScummVM 1.4.1 "Subwoofer Release" Is Available!
  90. OpenTTD 1.2.0-beta3
  91. Sims 3 drives new drama from Channel 4
  92. Apple now world's biggest 'PC' maker?
  93. App Of The Day: Olympic Navigator
  94. Microsoft Releases Kinect For Windows
  95. Rift Lite launches
  96. Monster Hunter goes social
  97. Origin generates $100m for EA, SWTOR subs hit 1.7m
  98. Star Wars: The Old Republic hits two million units sold
  99. 48-player DDR set for US classrooms
  100. Kinect for Windows commercial license launches
  101. Bossa: Social games "will be like the Atari Eighties crash"
  102. Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection for PC is a real thing, on Steam now
  103. AMD's new plan: focus on tablets, cloud computing and developing markets
  104. Firefox's Web Push Notification System Announced
  105. Thanks to DRM, Some Ubisoft Games Won't Work Next Week
  106. PSA: 100,000 more Diablo 3 beta invites sent out
  107. Cannon Fodder 3 is… well…
  108. German Government Endorses Chrome As Most Secure Browser
  109. Man dies in net cafe, gamers fail to notice
  110. Details Emerge About Spark Linux-Based Tablet
  111. Sandboxed Flash Player Coming To Firefox
  112. DIY Windows 8 Tablet
  113. Microsoft Flight is free as a bird on Feb. 29
  114. New LG TVs to feature Unity games
  115. Gaikai: Microsoft will have to enter TV market
  116. Microsoft and British agency create child-friendly version of IE9
  117. Skyrim Creation Kit and high-res textures now live
  118. Gaikai realises streaming goals with Darkness 2 demo
  119. Alienware X51 gaming PC: We go hands-on at the London launch event
  120. Windows 8 'consumer preview' at the end of February
  121. Skyrim modder makes stunning 1000-man battle
  122. Google Chrome update brings speedier browsing, enhanced security, joy
  123. 24 per cent of smartphone/tablet users haven't used data roaming
  124. Microsoft talks up 'Windows on ARM'
  125. Unreal Engine 4 reveal this year
  126. Steam hackers may have encrypted credit card data
  127. Google takes a cautious approach to games
  128. Unreal Engine 4 reveal this year
  129. Windows 8 Features With Linux Antecedents
  130. Blizzard opposes Valve's Dota trademark
  131. Activision admits to bungled Call of Duty Elite launch
  132. Diablo III due in Q2 2012
  133. Microsoft Store hacked in India, passwords stored in plain text
  134. Warhorse licenses CryEngine 3 for still-unannounced RPG jam
  135. ReactOS v0.3.14
  136. Ten times more power needed for Unreal 4
  137. World of Warcraft subscriber losses calm
  138. Current TVs not good enough for Gaikai
  139. NPD: Hardware sales hit $144 billion in 2011, PCs lead the moneymaking pack
  140. Firefox on Windows 8: Metro build is in the works
  141. Angry Birds wins a prize for making money through merchandising
  142. Linux Of the Future May Be About Which Environment, Not Which Distribution
  143. HP rolls out more open webOS components, new Isis browser and some organization
  144. Star Wars: The Old Republic dated for Australia and neighbours
  145. 2 million Skyrim mods downloaded in 3 days
  146. HP launches first all-in-one space saving workstation
  147. Duke Nukem Forever delayed in Japan
  148. Kinect for Media Center released, why not wave and shout at your HTPC?
  149. Free Battlefield 3 for Mass Effect 3 pre-orders
  150. Darksiders II dated, pre-order incentives revealed
  151. Microsoft's Killer Tablet Opportunity
  152. Modern Warfare 3 multiplayer free on Steam this weekend
  153. LibreOffice 3.5 is "Best Free Office Suite Ever"
  154. Microsoft reveals Windows 8's new logo: 'It's a window... not a flag'
  155. Starbreeze lets 25 go after finishing Syndicate
  156. Counter-Strike creator returns with Tactical Intervention
  157. Google Chrome: the New Web Platform?
  158. corsix-th Beta 8
  159. Gabe: I'd love to solve problems with tablet gaming
  160. Newell: Free-to-play 'a pricing model wake-up call'
  161. PC Alan Wake breaks even in two days
  162. Angry Birds Space announced
  163. Humble Bundle Mojam makes nearly $500K for charity
  164. Microsoft sets out Windows 8 SkyDrive integration
  165. 1.5m copies sold in 2011 for Witcher franchise
  166. The Secret World release date announced
  167. Google: IE Privacy Policy Is Impractical
  168. Microsoft unconvinced by third-party Flight content
  169. MechWarrior Tactics deploys on PC in North America this year
  170. Windows 8 to finally support UK English
  171. Facebook creates dedicated European games team
  172. Playbook OS 2.0 Released
  173. The webOS Features Other OSes Should Steal
  174. Google and Adobe team up to make Flash Player for Linux (updated)
  175. Tiny Tower mission pokes fun at Zynga and Dream Heights
  176. Tribes: Ascend beta open to all on Feb. 24
  177. Next Metal Gear Solid targeted for 'high-end consoles' and PC
  178. Just four per cent of Brits use tablets for online shopping
  179. New Blizzard game 'to be free-to-play'
  180. 75 per cent of UK retailers don't support tablet shoppers
  181. Your Next TV Interface Will Be a Tablet
  182. DragonFly BSD 3.0 Released
  183. EverQuest free-to-play launch date revealed
  184. Aion going free-to-play in Europe next week
  185. Sakura Wars (PC) Getting an English Overhaul.
  186. PC Player issue 2 digitally archived
  187. Project Aedra r164
  188. The Crystal Scrolls v0.2.0
  189. Yamagi Quake II 4.03
  190. MWC 2012: Huawei reveals 'world's first' quad-core tablet
  191. League of Legends backers fund Hawken
  192. Unreal Engine 4 confirmed for GDC
  193. Dear Esther sells 50,000
  194. AMD rolls out two new Bulldozer chips, cuts price of the FX-8120 to celebrate
  195. Star Wars: The Old Republic update 1.2 previewed
  196. Alienware X51 Review
  197. Intel denies Ivy Bridge delay, sort of
  198. OnLive brings indies to cloud gaming service
  199. Google Offers $1 Million For Chrome Exploits
  200. Medal of Honor: Warfighter brings back real-world vets Preacher and Mother
  201. Bethesda: 'DOOM 4 isn't cancelled'
  202. Windows 8 Consumer Preview arrives
  203. Microsoft's Azure Cloud Suffers Major Downtime
  204. HP Cuts Staff As WebOS Transitions To Opensource
  205. Bigpoint announces Game Of Thrones MMOG
  206. Hidden Chronicles peaks at 33.1m users
  207. Microsoft Windows 8 on 82-inch touchscreen
  208. Microsoft Flight reinvents itself as free-to-play simulator
  209. End of Nations nears launch, open beta coming soon
  210. 'Major' Assassin's Creed announcement 'days away'
  211. Sim City 5 to be announced next week - rumour
  212. PC Gaming Revamped
  213. Windows 8 SKUs revealed?
  214. Zynga moves into third-party publishing with new games portal
  215. Skyrim dominates the Gullstikka awards
  216. Windows 8 Consumer Preview hits one million downloads in a day
  217. Pinball FX 2 included in Windows 8 consumer preview
  218. Trying out Windows 8 on a Virtual Machine
  219. Windows 8 SKUs revealed?
  220. Crytek to showcase next-gen DX11 tools at GDC
  221. Chrome Users Are Best With Numbers, IE Users Worst
  222. Game signs Gaikai deal
  223. Star Wars: The Old Republic could secure 1m long-term subscribers
  224. Option announces new 4G chipset compatible with Windows 8
  225. Windows 8 registry shows nine separate flavors to choose from
  226. Rayman Origins demo out now on Steam
  227. Save on enough Myst games for a full lifestyle change
  228. SWTOR vendors to sell ultra-rare white Lightsaber crystals
  229. SimCity 5 also 'leaked', 'out 2013'
  230. OpenTTD 1.2.0-beta4
  231. Facebook Messenger client for Windows
  232. Valve rumoured to be building 'tiny PC' console
  233. RAM prices to increase following Japanese bankruptcy
  234. Cloud computing to create 14 million jobs by 2015
  235. AMD's 'sweet spot' Radeon HD 7870 and 7850 graphics cards get reviewed, recommended
  236. Building Counter-Strike: Global Offensive atop a strong community
  237. Valve console could have a modular controller, trackballs - rumour
  238. Intel unveils Xeon 5 processors
  239. Intel to stick with DDR3 and Socket 1150
  240. UKIE publishes first digital sales chart
  241. Toshiba outs Qosmio X870 gaming laptop with 3D display, not-too-tacky design
  242. Windows Embedded Standard 8 preview now available for download
  243. Peek into the future of Star Wars: The Old Republic's Legacy system
  244. Epic Games China bringing Mercenary Ops exclusively to NA/EU computers this summer
  245. Maxis rebuilds SimCity
  246. GDC: Epic unveils Infinity Blade: Dungeons
  247. Linux From Scratch 7.1 Published
  248. Wine 1.4 Released
  249. GDC 2012: PC game market grows 15 per cent
  250. SimCity "built to be moddable"