MachineGames releases Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus system requirements
Promises tweaks aplenty for Windows gamers.
Promises tweaks aplenty for Windows gamers.
Leaves Acer as majority stakeholder.
Sleeving is something that is very popular with modders and for good reason; it looks awesome!
Last-minute sale not enough to save it.
Have Eugen System's managed to turn another RTS into solid gold or is this war decidedly cold?
Solve puzzles, secure code.
Decides digital offence is the best defence.
Microsoft is teaming up with the US Air Force to build a physical therapy package using its Kinect hardware.
We already know that the Civilization board game is very complex, but is it worth the effort?
First DLC for Arma II adds the British Army
Superheroes use high-tech gadgets to save the world. Could a billionaire do the same with real tech?
More guns, more tanks, more aircraft, more maps and more things to kill for Arma II.
The new trailer for Arma II: Operation Arrowhead introduces the new Takistani army.
The US has announced the appointment of its first general in charge of cyber warfare.
A US Army training expert has revealed that Microsoft refused to let the Army use Xbox 360s as training devices.
The US Air Force has revealed that it's bought more than 2000 PlayStation 3s. For research.
With Bohemia no longer at the helm, can Codemasters still deliver a multiplatform mil-sim that will keep PC gamers happy, or is Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising worthy of little more than a court martial and a firing squad? We ask; War, eh? What's it good for?
Bohemia Interactive has already announced a new expansion pack for ARMA 2, dubbed Operation Arrowhead.
The latest version of the US Army's official game is here, and we sign up to see if the entertainment and gameplay fun is worth the indoctrination into America's Army.
Arma II is the latest realistic military sim from the original developers of Operation Flashpoint. If you've ever wondered what it's like to be solider, tank crewman or pilot in the military this is the game for you. Just don't forget to bring a sturdy pair of boots along with your flak jacket and assault rifle.
CeBIT 09: MSI custom cools a GTX 260 and bundles its own PCB with "military grade" hardware and new a front panel display.
The US Department of Defense has embraced the open source software development model with the launch of a secure, SourceForge-inspired software repository.
The American Army has announced the launch of a third game in the America's Army series of military simulations.
The US Army has announced that it will be investing $50 million USD in videogames by 2010 as it launches new game training centres.
The US Army has announced that it is to begin testing new artificial intelligences designed for training exercises in WoW.
PC maker Dell has just launched an ultra-rugged mil-spec laptop, the XFR D630, which is clearly aimed at the same niche market as Panasonic's Toughbook.
A technology developed to protect soldiers from contaminants in the battlefield may be used to get your iPod to boogie away underwater.
The US Army has put together a brand new gaming brigade, the aim of which is to develop new games for use as training simulations.
Microsoft has introduced a new special edition Halo 3 Zune that will be available to US troops.
Details are surfacing about Raven's work on the sequel to the grandfather of modern computer gaming, Wolfenstein.
Croteam formally announce a Serious Sam sequel, as well as details of their new unnamed military simulation.
Activision has confirmed the new Call of Duty title will use a modern setting.
Possibly the greatest invention ever? A suit that will stop knives, bullets, explosions and even a shot from an elephant gun. Take a look at the 'Trojan' - the world's first real Halo combat suit.
The Daily Telegraph reports that terrorists are using Google Maps to target British soldiers. It once again raises a question mark over whether Google Maps should have certain areas that are censored.
The internet is changing how we view the wars in the world today. Soldiers can give a grunt's eye view of the action with video cameras and YouTube, and can blog about their experiences in the field. Is the net a tool of information, propaganda, terror, or all of the above?
PC Manufacturer Dell has been awarded a computer contract with the US Military. Up to $5 billion in incendiary laptops?