Rick gets his rave on in this splendidly strange VR rhythm-action game.
Is Radical Heights gnarly? What does gnarly mean? Jake works out both of these questions, and more.
A downhill stunt-cycling game in the vein of Tony Hawk, Descenders is a great idea but needs more of its own identity to succeed.
Is Studio Wildcard's dinosaur survival game Jurassic larks or a world better off lost?
Have Eugen System's managed to turn another RTS into solid gold or is this war decidedly cold?
Rick finds out how well Ubisoft's tactical shooter is stacking up.
Using an early version of the Asus Z97-A USB 3.1 motherboard, we put the new tech to the test
We take a detailed look at eight of the latest X99 motherboards from Asus, EVGA Gigabyte and MSI
We report back from our hands on demo of Wargaming's upcoming MMO, World of Warships
Our Peckham-based correspondent explores Frontier's exciting new space sim.
Following the launch of Intel's Z97 chipset, we've spotted seven new mini-ITX boards
We take a look at what ASUS has planned for the imminent launch of the Z97 chipset in May
Rick dives into the year's biggest MMO and finds it much improved.
After a second extensive preview session is Titanfall still wowing us?
We get hands on with Titanfall and come away seriously impressed.
We reveal new mission types and new enemies in this year's expansion to the modern-classic tactical series.
We take a first look at the new edition of Rocksmith, the guitar-teaching game.
Ubisoft's upcoming spy thriller has some difficult politics and a vendetta against dogs.
We get hands on with Huawei's surprisingly elegant new flagship phone.
We get hands-on with this 1960's sci-fi adventure.
Asus takes its hybrid Android tablet range to the next level with a 2,560 x 1,600 display.
Asus takes its Transformer range to the next level, adding a full Window laptop to the mix.
We get eyes on with Asus' new high-end 27in monitor.
We get eyes-on with Asus' new touchscreen ultrabook.
Survival gaming at its best, at least from what we've seen so far.
Achieving the seemingly impossible, Saints Row 4 is even more bonkers than previous games.
Snow, Aliens, A Giant Robot. It sure sounds like Lost Planet 3 has everything. Does it?
A Lego Marvel comic character adventure game? Well okay then...
With a clever unreliable-narrator game mechanic, this is an intriguing twist on the FPS genre.