Lower power, wider field of view.
No, really. This isn't a joke.
Final funding push means a retail release.
Engineers at the University of Utah have developed a new form of haptic feedback: skin-stretching.
Veho has announced a keyboard and controller hybrid peripheral.
N-Control has launched an add-on that transforms an Xbox 360 controller, it claims.
We profile Frictional Games and hear about the difficulties of dealing with dodgy journalists.
Joe's been scared senseless by Frictional Games' latest game. Find out why in our review.
Summer is here, so what better time to lock yourself in a dark room with a scary game?
It's a gaming podcast! Hooray! This week we talk about the OnLive beta, Valve's new anti-cheat system in Team Fortress 2 and what we think of Need for Speed: Shift. Also, Joe argues with Alex about whether The Beatles are any good or not. Gripping stuff!
Quake Wars developer Splash Damage has said that developers are under huge pressures to achieve certain Metacritic scores.
The haptic 3D motion controller, the Novint Falcon, is set to launch on consoles in the near future after gaining support for more games.
Upset that there was no PC version of The Force Unleashed, Randy Stude of the PCGA has lashed out at Lucasarts.
We've just been having a look at the Wii version of Skate 2, dubbed Skate It! lately. With some excellent integration of the Wii Balance Board and an engine borrowed from the first game on the Xbox 360, it looks like it may be a winner too - so check out our thoughts within!
Lucasarts has quietly extended it's downsizing to the team behind The Force Unleashed too, firing many talented developers.
The Saitek Cyborg mouse certainly leaves an impression with it's unusual look and feature-packed shell. Billed as the ultimate in customisation thanks to its scroll wheel tweaks and new dynamic ergonomics, the Cyborg hopes to be the ultimate peripheral. But is it?
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars didn't make a huge impression on the PC market when it launched and was mostly overshadowed by Team Fortress 2 and Call of Duty 4. The PlayStation 3 version has had more time to mature though, so we take a look to see what has changed...
Nintendo has issued an apology to Wii Fit owners who may have been offended by the results of a Wii Fit weigh-in as a result of a faulty BMI measurement.
Apple is to use Immersion's VibeTonez technology to introduce haptic feedback to the iPhone, hoping it will improve the usability of the keyboard.
Nintendo boss Shigeru Miyamoto may think that Wii Fit is a video game, but having tried it we have other ideas...
Novint, the makers of the cool haptic controller the Novint Falcon, have just signed a deal with EA Sports to make games haptic compatible.
Penumbra: Requiem, an expansion to the Penumbra series from Frictional Games has just been announced.
No More Heroes is the hugely surreal Wii-exclusive from the developer behind Killer 7. Full to the brim with Jedi-like assassins, beautiful babes and retro appeal, No More Heroes could be the best Wii game yet - but it has to get our approval first!
IGN has reported that a game adaptation of the TV series Dexter is underway from the team that made Marc Echo's Getting Up.
It's a mouse designed to emulate the feel of a gun in FPS games and it isn't going to go down well with Jack Thompson. That aside, has Zalman created a decent peripheral that increases immersion, or just a shoddy piece of half-assed tech? Find out within!
The Penumbra series gained fame as an accomplished indie effort, but has grown into a professional game of astonishing depth and detail. Now, as the series draws to a close in this final mini-epic, we take a look at Black Plague and see if it can go out with a bang.
You may think that light gun games belong in the arcade and only in the arcade, but with an updated and expanded port of the fantastic Ghost Squad to the Wii, Sega begs to differ. Now, we check out the game to see just what it offers!
The Wii version of the fantastically popular board game for adults and kids alike, Cranium Kabookii could be one of the few decent party games on the Wii, edging out Warioware for the top spot. First though, it has get our seal of approval...
2007 has been a great year for gamers and we've had a lot of fun testing and reviewing all the latest games - but which are the best? We've ranked the top ten games of the year across all platforms and you'll only find the results in here!
The new update to the Wii Photo Channel annoyed many by removing MP3 support, but Nintendo is now offering a downgrade.
IBM has just revealed that 32nm chips will be available to its partners late next year, including Microsoft. That means that the 360 could skip 45nm altogether!
Andy Serkis, best known for playing Gollum in the LotR movies, has just launched a new initiative to encourage game development in the UK.
We recently had a chance to talk to Mark Rein, VP for Epic Games, at the European launch for Unreal Tournament 3. Over the course of many beers, we discussed the PS3, PhysX and the future of Epic - so check out the interview inside.
We chat with Ageia's Michael Steele and Dan Forster, who showed us a few of the new PhysX supported games and let us know just what they think about Crysis and John Carmack's recent comments.
A Wii portable? Perfect for playing tennis on the bus and 'accidentally' hurting someone!
Insider information indicates Sony will re-incorporate force feedback into the SixAxis controller once it has figured out how.
Do you love your 360, but yearn to be part of the tilty-wavy crowd? Well, with this mod you can be.