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Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut lands on Steam Greenlight

Rising Star have revealed that a PC version of Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut is coming and is available to vote for on Steam Greenlight, to be made available in the Steam Store. The open-world, horror/adventure game is one of those that we may have assumed was remaining on the consoles. However — not only

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Tomb Raider PC details and minimum requirements emerge

Crystal Dynamics have announced details of the PC version of their upcoming Tomb Raider, and it seems they’ve put a lot of emphasis on people using both low and high-end rigs. They’ve decided to go right back and include Windows XP support, while also working closely with AMD to integrate newer features such as Eyefinity.

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Readers’ top 5 PC games of 2012

Our readers’ top 5 PC games of the year are in, which is a slight change of direction for 2012 on Ironhammers. Rather than just picking our favourite games, or initiating a poll from a select few games, we allowed our readers to nominate any five PC games released in 2012. Using a point scoring

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SteelSeries Flux unboxing video

Bobby unboxes the SteelSeries Flux headset, part of SteelSeries new and more portable range. The headset/headphones are compatible with PC, Mac and mobile devices, and include a range of features such as a foldable design for portability, customizable parts that are available in various colours, and the ability to connect a second pair of headphones

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Devil May Cry PC release date, minimum requirements and further details announced

Capcom have today revealed the Devil May Cry PC release date, as well as the minimum/ recommended requirements for the PC version of the series’ reboot. The game will release on PC at retail and digitally on January 25th, 2013, and will offer unlimited frame rates, full keyboard and mouse control (as well as Xbox

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Boxed Bethesda PC titles releasing at lower prices, some with included DLC

UK-based video game publisher Mastertronic have teamed up with Bethesda to bring boxed versions of several of their games to the shelves at lower prices. They’re not ‘Steam sale cheap’, but the prices are most definitely a fair ask. Many are also being bundled with some of the DLC that’s since been released for the

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Review: A Virus Named TOM

Having seen a few screenshots and trailers for Misfits Attic’s A Virus Named TOM, I still didn’t really know exactly what it was. But I did know it looked fast, chaotic and a lot of fun. From there, one thing led to another and I now find myself writing this review. Having actually played it,

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Trailer: Galaxy on Fire 2 Full HD, Launching for PC This Month

Often we see game’s being scaled down from the PC to work on those iDroid things, but here’s one that’s gone the other way. Galaxy on Fire 2 has already been well received on mobile platforms, but is now coming to the PC with an elongated title. Galaxy on Fire 2 Full HD will launch

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Speedlink Launch Range of PC Gamepads

A lot of us PC gamers might not have heard of Speedlink before. To be honest, I hadn’t either until I received a press release announcing a new range of game pads for the PC. The new pads, who’s console counterparts are said to have been well received, are known as the Xeox Pro and

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Awesomenauts is Coming to PC (via Steam)

It’s perfectly natural to be a bit disappointed when a game doesn’t come to your platform of choice. It’s even worse when game has a name like Awesomenauts. I’ve heard a lot of people saying good things about this one, and today it’s been announced by Ronimo Games that a PC version of the 3v3 platforming MOBA is on the way

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