AMD announces Epyc, Ryzen embedded families
Boasts multiple customer wins.
Cheaper than the original Eisbaer range.
We get to play with Siege's new content drop, and the limited edition Outbreak PvE mode.
Echo is a conceptually fascinating game spoiled by an overly formulaic structure.
Volume is a loving homage to stealth games that doesn't quite live up to its idols.
Massive Entertainment "very happy."
Rick looks back at one of the best stealth games ever made.
No reason given for parting of ways.
Sam Fisher may be a lost cause, but this is the strongest Splinter Cell game in years.
Upcoming games look better on PC.
Another blow struck in the bundling war.
Ubisoft appears to have silently disabled its controversial always-on DRM.
Does Conviction return to the classic Splinter Cell feel, or have Ubisoft been watching too much 24?
Ubisoft has assured fans that the delay on the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction is not because of the new DRM.
Ubisoft has announced that it will be working to create sequels in it's main franchises a lot faster in the future.
Ubisoft has announced a new Ghost Recon game.
Ubisoft has delayed three of the biggest releases in the 2010 calendar, pushing them all back to a possible 2011 release date.
We take a look at a few of the games we're most excited about this year, from the little-known Metro 2033 through to the last instalment in Command & Conquer's Tiberium Saga. With 2010 promising to be an excellent year for gamers, what are the titles we're most interested in?
We take a look at the latest build of Splinter Cell: Conviction, which has finally re-emerged from development hell with a new, non-hobo look and a darkly cinematic feel. Is the new direction for the series a good thing, or did we prefer what we saw of homeless Fisher? Find out within.
It's just a rumour at the moment, but word on the grapevine right now is that Splinter Cell: Conviction will see a new voice actor playing Sam Fisher.
Ubisoft reveal details of the gruff voiced back-stabbers latest adventures
The good news is Ubisoft has just announced a new Tom Clancy title. The bad news is that it's for next-gen consoles only.
E3 2006: The PC hasn't been forgotten in amongst the swathe of PS3 and Wii coverage. Two updates to old favourites put a smile on our faces.
Companies are aiming to put adverts and product placements within games and make a massive industry by 2009. I, Robot on your desktop?
Sam Fisher is soon to be back on Xbox 360, PC and PSP. We have the screenshots, the gameplay details, the plot details and more. Prepare for a reinvention of the Splinter Cell world.
Sam Fisher is coming back for another installment of Splinter Cell in the new year. Ubisoft spent some time talking to PSW magazine, and gave them some details about the upcoming sneaker.
Hardware Analysis has got the first benchmarks of ATI's next generation card.
Want to get your skillz handed to you by a bunch of chicks? New all-girl clan FragDolls UK are preparing to take the gaming scene by storm.
Ubisoft Montreal, the makers of the excellent Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, have release patch 1.04 - bringing a Shader Model 2.0 path to the game for ATI's current hardware. There are some surprises inside, read on to see what we discovered...
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory finally gets support for Shader Model 2.0 - ATI fans can now rejoice with image quality that is likely to be more comparable with what is possible on NVIDIA hardware in this title.
Stupified by shaders? Finding pixels perculiar and vertices vexing? Check out our guide to shaders, which will explain all the complex details in a nice and simple manner.
It's finally here: NVIDIA's latest GPU, the GeForce 7800 GTX, is put through its paces by Tim Smalley. How much faster is it than SLI? Find out...
The technical details behind the enhanced Unreal Engine in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory are laid open.