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He's gotta have it
20th Jan 2005
Is being a brand name junkie detrimental for your wallet, or is it simply knowing quality when you...
CES 2005 - the story so far
7th Jan 2005
A quick discussion of what we expect for 2005.
Twas the night before Christmas...
17th Dec 2004
A classic tale, with a topical twist!
What happened to my free time?
10th Dec 2004
Wil Harris ponders why he doesn't have time to videogame any more.
The PCI-Expressway to Hardware Hell
3rd Dec 2004
As bit-tech's chief hardware tester, things don't always go smoothly for Tim Smalley
Use the nForce, Intel
26th Nov 2004
Will the latest third-party chipsets for Pentium 4 give it the boost it desperately needs?
ChipPIN' Away at my patience
18th Nov 2004
Have you heard of Chip and PIN? If not, then you'd better believe it'll get your fingers tapping.
Mesa Mod Means Mainstream Mod Mecca
12th Nov 2004
Wil Harris wonders if the gaming industry is along the road to modding mecca.
What Not To Mod
5th Nov 2004
This is the Internet and I'm afraid the kid gloves came off a long time ago.
Be the Media Center of attention
29th Oct 2004
Microsoft still wants you to buy a whole new PC to get Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, but...
This was meant to be a Fallout 3 DLC review
Yes, Games Critics Understand Innovation
What The Hell Is Wrong With Japanese Games?
This Isn't About Monkey Island, Honest
So, You Call Yourself Indie?
Release Day Nerves
Give Me Back My Sandbox
The Economy of Happiness
Game Phone Home!
Dumbing Up Gaming
Making Gaming Better
Make It Again, Man
The Curse of Genre
Shiny, but not polished
The Sea of Grey
A Picture-Perfect Quandary
Playing The Blame Game
Advergaming and Other Horror Stories
Here Comes The Fear...
Halo 3 and The Art of Repetition
The 50 Best PC Games of All Time: Part Four
With the end in sight, Rick counts down 20 to 11 of his favourite PC games.
Mod of the Month June 2016 in Association with Corsair
We've picked some of the best modding projects from our forums - vote for...
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