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The NEXT Generation.
Sega's critically acclaimed Playstation series finally arrives on PC. Rick takes a look at the first instalment.
Red vs Blue is no more - the world of geek comedy will never be the same. Oh noes!
The US government is set to report on whether or not to tax virtual worlds like Second Life.
The Darkness is the long awaited comic book spin off about a mafia hitman and his inner demons. We sneak off with the 360 version to see if there's light at the end of the tunnel.
Anonymous sources suggest a massive 30 percent failure rate on Xbox 360s.
Sony's newest PSP firmware update doesn't just give it PS3 connectivity. The little device gets a shot in the arm as the speed bumps up, too.
Confusing, but the Vista-only Shadowrun has been cracked to run on XP.
Addiction experts conclude that video game addiction is not a mental disorder.
Take-Two temporarily suspends plans to distribute Manhunt 2 on any platform following censorship and rating problems.
The Video Games Live concert, which uses soundtracks of games and has gathered worldwide acclaim, is to be released on DVD and CD.
Hack 'n' Slash; easy in theory, yet hard to do well. We take Loki out for a spin to see if it is destined for glory or if it should be left to rot in a dungeon somewhere.
A Wii portable? Perfect for playing tennis on the bus and 'accidentally' hurting someone!
Nintendo announces that it will not release an AO rated title. Sony agrees.
MumboJumbo has announced it will be making a game based on Ricky Gervais' The Office. Oh noes.
Valve announces that it will be bringing a major update to Steam, details inside.
Patent law is a funny thing - particularly when it sets the scene for epic David vs. Goliath battles... but is there more behind the scenes? Brett Thomas takes a look at some of the reasons behind what could be the biggest scandal in a while - and why gamers should feel cheated.
The ESRB has given a preliminary Adults Only rating to both versions of Manhunt 2 in America.
The game Law & Order: Double or Nothing has been pulled from shelves across the UK due to objectionable content.
In an interesting double-twist worthy of a novel, Microsoft has sued Immersion, makers of the rumble pack. Why? Because it won against Sony.
We take Company of Heroes out for a spin and compare the DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 versions to see what advantages DX10 offers.
The British Board of Film Classification has issued its second outright ban on a video game in a decade. Rockstar's Manhunt 2 will now be illegal to obtain in the UK.
Eidos confirms rumours that Tomb Raider: Anniversary will be appearing in an episodic format for the Xbox 360.
3D Realms reveals a new game and, as promised, it's not Duke Nukem Forever.
Gaming on a budget? Cheap motherboards worth the bother? Well the new nForce 650i Ultra chipset seems to fit the inexpensive bill quite nicely, and not everyone needs SLI! We test EVGA's board to see if it's really worth spending a few monies instead of a lot.
Ubuntu's founder has officially put a stop to recent rumours saying that the distro is "next in line" for a deal with Microsoft.
We've got a whole bunch of information on Fallout 3, so stop reading the preview and take a look.