Review Attack of the Earthlings Review
Finally, a turn-based strategy that lets you become the bad guys.
Finally, a turn-based strategy that lets you become the bad guys.
A vast and sumptuous medieval RPG, albeit one that lacks the polish and brains of its contemporaries.
Bluepoint Games' visual overhaul of Team Ico's landmark game results in a brilliantly preserved classic for a new generation.
Ryzen CPU cores merge with Vega graphics for the first time on desktop.
The first day of Europe's biggest games shows - GamesCom in Cologne - is over and we've been very busy. We've played Scribblenauts, Shattered Horizon, Little Big Planet on the PSP and a small game you might have heard of called Starcraft 2.
Zalman's original GS1000 case didn't quite have what it takes to justify its price tag or compete with models from Antec, Cooler Master and SilverStone. We take a look at Zalman's second effort, the GS1000 Plus to see if it's more worthy of your cash.
AMD has launched its fastest desktop CPU ever, the Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition. With an improved manufacturing process making it more tolerant of high voltages, is this the most overclockable Phenom ever?
SSDs are fast becoming the must have new storage medium but installing them in PCs can be tricky. We've taken a look at three ways you can connect 2.5in SSDs and indeed hard disks to your PC.
Reducing the speed of your case fans can dramatically lower noise levels and usually doesn't hurt temperatures too much. We take a look at three of the latest multi channel fan controllers.
At last, a 22in monitor that doesn't have a TN panel! We have a look at Eizo's FlexScan S2242W 22-inch widescreen TFT, which features a PVA panel with a 1,920 x 1,200 native resolution. Is this the monitor we've been looking for? Read on to find out.
We sit down for a chat with Jim Vessella, producer for the upcoming Command and Conquer 4. Why does the game need a constant 'net connection? Why is the Tiberium saga being finished? Why does Joe keep talking about garlic? Answers within!
We've tested five coolers that are not only on sale now, but are also ready to fit Intel's forthcoming LGA1156 Lynnfield CPUs. Get ready for Lynnfield by bagging your LGA1156-compatible cooler before the rush. Read on to find out which can handle a big overclock the best.
Nvidia has redesigned the GeForce GTX 295, squeezing both GT200b GPUs onto a single PCB and completely replacing the card's cooler. We find out if the the GTX 295 directors cut is any faster or cooler than it's dual PCB predecessor, and whether it's more worthy of it's top end price tag.
We take a look at the Free Play from Ultimate Game Chair, which attempts to make gaming better than ever but without breaking the bank. Has cutting the cost resulted in a dip in quality though, or is the Free Play really the ultimate gaming chair? We find out.
Gigabyte is back with its latest chassis, the Sumo 4112. With smooth looks, solid steel construction and a garnish of aluminium plating, is this heavyweight Sumo worthy of being you're next upgrade? We strap in the bit-tech testing gear and find out.
Hardware overclocking gadgets are more often than not a load of pants. However, with Asus' Republic of Gamers brand starting to build a bit of a reputation for making usable kit for enthusiasts, we thought we'd get in their new front-panel overclocking gizmo to see if it's up to snuff.
Games licensed from films get a bad rap and it's mostly well deserved, but there are some games which actually do a lot to expand on a movie without spoiling a franchise. No, we're not just talking about GoldenEye 64 either - check out all these other ones we've thought of!
Not only do we have six new mods this month but we've teamed up with a new sponsor too! Check out this month's nominees and get cracking with your own mod to get your chance at winning some of the great new prizes on offer.
In conjunction with AMD's new 785G chipset, the elaborately named Gigabyte GA-MA785GMT-UD2H is setup for AM3 and DDR3 support, as well as the latest integrated graphics with nifty home theatre features to boot. Is it worth the upgrade from 780G and how does it compare to a discrete HD 4350?
AMD's latest integrated graphics chipset for home theatres and AM3 CPUs is here. We get behind the details to find out what's new and if it's worth the upgrade.
Although it's possible to run Folding@home on almost any CPU (and many graphics cards), as with any application, some components are much better optimised for Folding than others. Our guide highlights the best hardware to buy and the recipes for two Folding supercomputers.
A simple USB key with 256GB of storage? Crickey! You can carry around the equivalent of 54 DVDs on a piece of plastic half the size of your finger, and it even includes privacy software too - but with a low write speed and high price, has Kingston crammed in more than it can chew?
In this tiny micro ATX Core i7 board, Asus has managed to squeeze more kit than most others manufacturers can cram into a full sized board. The Republic of Gamers Rampage II Gene is the bigger brother to the Maximus II Gene - but is it any better?
We take a look at Asus' new Republic of Gamers laptop, the G60Vx, and find an interesting mix of the good, the bad and the not so ugly. Equipped with a GeForce GTX 260M and restrained styling, find out if this is a gaming laptop that we'd be prepared to ditch our desktops for.
Corsair has achieved the holy grail and made a low cost liquid cooler, the Hydro H50, that actually does what it should: it provides very good cooling for your CPU, it doesn't sound like a hurricane and isn't ridiculously expensive. Does this spell the end of air cooling as we know it?
Spending less than £200 for a monitor is usually a false economy as it's the component you spend more time interacting with than any other. Stretching your budget a little further can make for a sound investment. We take a look at HP's LP2475w which uses the latest H-IPS panel technlogy.
Finally, an arftermarket cooler capable of taming the raging temperatures of the Radeon HD 4870 X2. We take a look at Arctic Cooling's new VGA cooler to see if the performance is good enough to justify tinkering with your high-end graphics card.
Trine may not look like much - just another platform game in a pretty 3D engine, but it's actually a lot more than that. We take a closer look at one of the most enjoyable platform games we've played and see what makes Trine so special beyond the physics and multiple personalities.
Old fashioned applicances are rarely considered in modern design but Jeffrey Stephenson's Project: Ingraham is testament to the fact that they go great with modding! Jeffrey explains how it's done.
DFI's latest LANParty board is built on the 790FX platform for AMD AM3 CPUs is a yellow and black update to the AM2+ M2RSH. Has DFI changed anything underneath to make it a better buy? Or is it in the same mould with the same limitations? Read on to find out.