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This week we cover the long awaited horror title "The Evil Within" on the PC and have our blast from the past in the form of Dungeon Keeper 2 from way back in 1999. Next week it's Lords of the Fallen.
This week we have a review of the PC version of Ryse: Son of Rome, some PS4 Driveclub review news and our new Blast from the Past: The Thing on the Xbox, originally released way back in 2002,
This week we have Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor on PC, Alien: Isolation on the Xbox One and PC and a new section called Blast from the Past which this week covers the 1998 title Trespasser.
This week we have been to the EGX gaming expo held in Earl's Court London. The show sees many playable versions of upcoming titles for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Read on for our full coverage
Microsoft has announced three holiday bundles aimed at enticing potential Xbox 360 customers. The bundles all retail at $249 and contain various games, console colours, Xbox Live Gold access and more
Microsoft is currently testing a service that allows you to play Xbox games in your browser by utilizing a streaming service that it is building on top of Azure.
Microsoft is offering a free one-year subscription to the New York Times Crossword app if you purchase a Surface Pro 3 directly from Microsoft before October 6th.
Microsoft has put out a new offer for the Xbox One that will give you a free game of your choice if you buy a new console and if you buy a bundled console, that will result in two free games.
Microsoft has delisted a wave of Windows and Windows Phone games it published from the Windows and Windows Phone stores, including several well-received titles such as "Rocket Riot."
Google has announced Android TV, its latest effort to bring content - including TV, movies, music and games - into living rooms, with Sony and Sharp among the first manufacturers to support it.
Steam's annual Summer Sale has just started, offering PC gamers massive discounts on select titles, DLCs and items. Interested folks should keep an eye open because some offers are very limited.
Microsoft's Phil Spencer says the company will sell "millions more Xbox 360s", and that it has "an obligation" to customers old and new to keep offering new games for the 360 alongside the Xbox One.
Microsoft said it was going to focus on games this E3, and to bring the point home, it's now touting nine games that will come exclusively to Xbox One before the end of the year.
Turner Sports Interactive has released an app for fans which can single-handedly watch live NCAA games, provide stats, and display game schedules in one shot.
The Internet Archive has announced that they are making available a wealth of free games from early consoles, including the Atari 2600 and the Magnavox Odyssey, for people to play on their website.
Facebook has revealed the list of games that made it big in the year 2013 on the social network; The list includes best new games, staff favourites and a hall of fame for honorary mentions.
In a new blog post, Microsoft stated that the Games category of Windows 8/8.1 apps had the highest number of downloads, while apps in the Social category have the highest ratio of downloads per app.
Xbox One games are on sale today for the low price of only $49. If you managed to snag a Day One console, you might want to think about buying a few extra games for your new console.
The Xbox One has 500GB of storage, but how quickly will that fill up? Details are emerging of just how large the console's launch titles are - ranging from a manageable 246MB up to a massive 43GB.
Neowin's already taken a look at the top apps available for Windows 8.1, and now it's time to look at the best games available for Microsoft's newest operating system.
Microsoft has announced that its Games for Windows Live marketplace will close on August 22. Buying new games and content won't be possible after that, but the service will remain available, for now.
The UK is the first European country to get access to Amazon's digital store where customers can download and install digital versions of the games and software they have purchased.
Play Games, Google's answer to the Xbox Games Hub, has finally launched on Android devices. The service allows you to see your game progress, check on your Google+ friends and launch multiplayer games
Microsoft has revealed the cost of Xbox One games in the U.K. to be £49.99, the same price as the cost of newly released Xbox 360 games. The company previously announced the U.S. price of $59.99.
Many folks believe that having only 512 MB RAM on your phone leads to a sub-par experience but a recent report clearly shows this isn't the case when it comes to Windows Phone 8 games and apps.
The public beta for the new Xbox 360 Dashboard will convert your current balance of Microsoft Points into real world currency, although the conversion doesn't line up to the converted game prices
Microsoft has reportedly dropped the fee for re-certifying Xbox 360 games after a title update, which should benefit indie developers significantly as they were often stung by the roughly $40,000 fee
Microsoft is reportedly bringing some of its Xbox and PC games to the iPhone and other smartphone platforms before the end of the current fiscal year through a partnership with a Japanese developer.
Want to know exactly what games are coming to which next-generation console? Look no further than this comprehensive list of titles detailing exclusive and non-exclusive games for the Xbox One and PS4
Microsoft has stated they'll spend a whopping $1 billion on exclusive titles for the Xbox One, responding to criticism that the console doesn't focus enough on the gaming side of things
Microsoft's Don Mattrick, has dismissed concerns over the Xbox One's lack of backwards compatibility, stating that "if you're backwards compatible, you're really backwards".
Microsoft's Xbox One will usher in a new generation of games - but while the new console features a range of upgrades, it won't offer backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games.
A report from The Wall Street Journal claims Microsoft may announce an online games streaming service it developed for the next-generation Xbox at its Tuesday event for the console.
In the final part of our look at everything we think we know about Microsoft's next Xbox game console, we speculate on what games are currently being developed and some other topics.
A new report outlines the games that will launch alongside the next Xbox. "Ryse," a game set in Ancient Rome, will headline, along with a new version of Forza, a family game and a zombie game.
With new information about Civilization V's second expansion surfacing at PAX, we at Neogamr decided to compile what you might've missed into one convenient article.
The economy in Valve's war-themed hat simulator has been changing drastically in recent months. One community operated site, TF2 Finance, has taken an in-depth look at how it has developed thus far.
The latest Humble Bundle includes games for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Android. For whatever price you want to pay, you can get cross-platform support for a bunch of games.
An executive producer at Microsoft's 343 Industries has revealed the game development studio may eventually take the Halo franchise to new genres and protagonists outside Master Chief.
Adobe has been found to take a 10% cut from iOS apps made in it's Director 12 software, above Apple's 30% cut.
According to the LinkedIn profile of a Microsoft product manager, the company is working on four unannounced, original games. The titles are likely for Microsoft's next-generation Xbox.
In association with our friends at BundleStars, Neogamr is giving ten games each to two lucky readers. All games are Steam-redeemable, so you've nothing to lose by entering. Good luck!
Galaga, that Namco gem of the 1980s, has reached Android devices. Entitled 'Special Edition', the game is free and - according to the Play Store description - compatible with pretty much everything.
Microsoft's restrictions on mature content in the Windows Store have now been lifted, meaning Europeans can access PEGI 18-rated games including Grand Theft Auto IV and The Witcher 2
Microsoft seems to be having some problems in regards to app compatibility on their new mobile platform. More than 20 Xbox titles are missing from the store due to incompatibility with Windows Phone 8
Microsoft VP Phil Harrison said this week that the company is no longer just working on developing Xbox 360 games but is working on games for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
Neogamr staff members share their age by discussing memories of the first video games they remember playing. We want to hear hat your first experience with a game was!
With Windows 8, an Xbox app will come with the platform and today Microsoft is announcing the first series of games that will be available to consumer when they finally get their hands on the new OS.
Google has changed the developer policies for their Play Store to aid buyers and users. They have made it harder to push fake apps, and finally killed the frustrating AirPush advertisement platform.