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The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Rick goes rummaging through the Christmas leftovers and finds an amusing, if somewhat wobbly, multiplayer brawler.
PUBG finally releases from Early Access.
Beautifully drawn and incredibly clever, Gorogoa is the best puzzle game in years.
We sit down for an in-depth talk with AMD's Worldwide Developer Relations Manager, Richard Huddy, to talk about AMD's relationship with PC game developers, and we probe his thoughts on DirectX 11, consolification and more.
Pull up a chair in front of the fire because it's storytime here at bit-tech as we look back on our personal favourite moments of 2009. From Mark's discovery of Samorost to Antony's pilgrimage back to Battlefield 2, check out our tales and tell us yours in the forums.
It's that time of year when we take a look back on 2009 and decide what the best games of were. And by 'we' we actually mean 'you', since the results were entirely user-voted this year. What did bit-tech and Custom PC readers think was the best game this year?
We love to obsess over whether PC gaming is dying, but now it's time to look at the other side and examine if console gaming is really as secure as publishers would have us believe. With casual gaming and the credit crunch on the rise, what does the future hold?
Grab your satchel of dynamite and a dry box of matches because we're about to go plunging headlong into wartorn Paris in Pandemic's The Saboteur. Can Sean Devlin really help the Resistance save France and flush the Nazis out of the city?
Codemasters brings its latest racing game to the PC, and it's a turbo-charged model as it's one of the first PC games with wide-ranging support for DirectX 11 graphics. We take the demo for a spin to see what's in store.
Serious Sam is back, boomstick and all! Can Croteam's high-def remake of The First Encounter recapture the frantic excitement and purity of the original game, or is Serious Sam HD little more than a damp squib? This is serious business, so check our review to find out more!
We take a free-running jump into the middle of Assassin's Creed 2 to see if the follow-up to Ubisoft's smash hit can be more than doing the same pickpocketing quests over and over. Is historical assassination fun this time around? We find out in our Assassin's Creed 2 review.
We take a look at some of the latest iPhone and iPod Touch games, including Call of Duty: Zombies, Ravensword, Rock Band, Eliminate Pro and loads more. There's something for everyone, from 3D RPGs to casual platformers, so read on to find out more.
League of Legends, the new strategy game from the makers of the original DotA Allstars, has finally arrived and promises some awesome multiplayer RTS action. Is that a promise the game can really deliver on though? We find out in our review of League of Legends.
Last time it was zombies. Now it's zombies from the deep south? Did the apocalypse just get a whole lot worse or a hell of a lot better? The only way to find out is to grab your chainsaw and head deeper into our review of Left 4 Dead 2 to see what we think.
Bristling with beam cannons, missile launchers, laser blasters and squadrons of fighters, we take a look at Positech's unique take on epic scale intergalactic warfare. Is it space worthy after its extended beta, or should you blow it out of the airlock? We find out.
We take a look at The Void - a surreal life-after-death strategy adventure game from the developer of Pathologic. Borderline incoherent, but totally wonderful, The Void screams innovation and uniqueness in every aspect - but is it any good? We find out.
Modern Warfare 2 is here and it's bigger and more controversial than we thought possible. It's so huge in fact that Joe and Harry have teamed up to tackle it. Is the singleplayer more than endlessly respawning troops and is IWNet as bad as it sounds?
From rumour to fruition, Futuremark Game Studio's debut release is here. Shattered Horizon is a team-based multi-player FPS. All combat takes place above the Earth's atmosphere in zero-gravity conditions, an environment that takes a little getting used to.
We take a look at Borderlands - the latest game from Gearbox Studios, it boasts gameplay that's a blend of Diablo and Halo. Does it reach that lofty aim or is it left outside our hearts, lacking the appropriate entry visa? Find out by reading our full review of the PC version.
Sega has unveiled this year's addition to the the Football Manager franchise, focusing on polish rather than cramming in new features. We hit the training ground to find out if it's first team material or heading for the transfer list.
Bioware's fantasy RPG epic is finally here and we can at last tell you what we think of it. Is Dragon Age really the spiritual successor to Baldur's Gate or is it just a mess of console concessions in a world that isn't quite D&D? Check out our Dragon Age review to find out!
Turn 10 is back with the latest instalment of Forza Motorsport. Forza 3 promises to build on Forza 2's great strides forwards and the result is one of the most well rounded driving games we've played to date.
Torchlight - an action RPG that borrows heavily from Diablo 2 and isn't afraid to admit it. We take a look at this dungeon-crawling epic to see whether borrowing those mechanics is still a good idea in this day and age, or whether Torchlight should be left in the dark.
With the city sim genre quieter than a library on a friday night Monte Cristo games looks to rebuild with Cities XL. Taking the ever popular city sim formula and adding in a gorgeous 3D engine and consistent online aspect, does Cities XL represent a fresh start? We find out.
Amanita Design comes out with another cracking Flash game to prove that the point and click adventure genre isn't yet dead. The scenes are exquisite, the sound is fantastic and it set your mouse clicking and your mouth smiling.
We catch up with the AppStore to check out some of the latest and greatest games available for the iPhone. This time we take a look at Duke Nukem, The Secret of Monkey Island, Hook Champ and more! Check out what we think the best iPhone games are within!
Joe, ever afraid of losing touch with his oldest games, tests more than 60 games on Microsoft's new Windows 7, including a bunch of indie and Steam-based games. Does Deus Ex work on Windows 7? We find out if Windows 7 is the ultimate gaming OS.
Joe wipes the cynicism from his eyes and takes an appreciative look at how far games have come in the last twenty years from a gameplay and storytelling point of view. With publishers always shouting about next-gen graphics, it's easy to forget what games are capable of.
We sit down with EA's Matt Turner to talk about Army of Two: The 40th Day, which sees players once more cast as mercenaries Elliot Salem and Tyson Riggs as they try to escape from Shanghai. We talk about the morality of wartime fist-bumping, playtesting and, um, whisky.