10 Years On: Spore
Crytek concentrating solely on 64-bit targets.
This Leadtek graphics card has two 6600GT chips on one board. How does it compare to the X800XL and the 6800GT? We rack it and rate it.
In the market for a notebook? This model from Fujitsu Siemens sports GeForce 6800 graphics and a Pentium M processor, not to mention at 17" screen. The team at TrustedReviews.com check it out.
The Cyberathlete Professional League World Tour stopped by England this week. Sponsored by Intel and NVIDIA, there was plenty of cash up for grabs - we've got the winners inside.
GoldenEye 007 for N64 is fondly remembered by many gamers, but its chunky graphics do it no favours in 2005. Fans rejoice, then, that a talented team of volunteers is working on a mod version for Half Life 2, aptly named GoldenEye: Source.
PC Power come back with another ridiculously powerful power supply that can deliver a continuous 1000W and peak at nearly 1100W.
It's all very well saying how in the future, lots of different types of devices and functionality will all start to merge together. But do we really understand the drivers for these trends - do we really understand the problems that people have?
There's a new gaming mouse in town - the LM6000. We've got the skinny on the technology, and also the latest on Xbox 360 controllers on the PC.
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.
The PSP has launched in the UK and has had record sales in its first week in stores. We have the details.
Microsoft are giving away a limited edition Fiat Xbox Stilo worth 12 grand as part of the Xbox UK Forza Challenge. Record the fastest lap time over Xbox Live to be in with a chance to win the car.
Infinium has a new CEO and it has been pimping the Phantom out at Games Developer's Conference Europe this week. It's still alive, apparently...
Three gamers who coded their own server software in response to problems with Blizzard's Battle.net have lost their appeal against a ban on their work.
Thanks to DVD Jon, you won't be forced to use Windows Media Player if you wish to view NSC files. And lo, there was much rejoicing...
The Game Developer's Conference Europe has been underway this week. Sony has been talking about the PS3 and has revealed some new details.
Just as DVD-R has replaced the CD-R, the 25GB Blu-ray BD-R is set to replace the DVD. We have details of Pioneer's first PC-based drive, the BRD-101A.
We popped down to the latest Multiplay LAN event, i25, over the weekend. We've brought back a few pictures of mods, as well as the results of the big tournaments.
Ritual have a new survey up asking the players what they'd like to see in multiplayer SiN. Give them your thoughts!
NESBuckle.com have expanded their range to now include the SNESBuckle, GenesisBuckle and AtariBuckle. Is there no limit to what you can hold your jeans up with? We exclusively unveil the XboxBuckle.
IDF FALL 05: The concept of Remote Gaming is that you can stream a game from a powerful machine to a thin client somewhere else in your home. Can you say whisper quiet, full-powered living room gaming?
Those that partake in Everquest II that want to get rid of a bit digital baggage can do so now - for real money, with Sony's blessing - thanks to SOE's auction site.
The Chinese government is reportedly trying to curb the number of hours it's citizens are racking up in online games.
IDF FALL 05: According to Intel reps today, games are already starting to be optimized for dual core chips. We've got the skinny.
IDF FALL 05: The Xbox 360 includes the functionality to have content on your Media Center deisplayed on the console - Microsoft has been showing us this today.
IDF FALL 05: The new next-generation chip from Intel should sport great gaming performance, according to one of its architects.
IDF FALL 05: Fed up of running out of power? Why not do like Intel and hook up your PC straight to a car battery?
The whole idea of having a PC in your living room is really starting to take off and manufacturers see it as a market with huge growth potential. We have a look at AOpen's i915GMm-HFS Pentium M motherboard. It's packed with oodles of home theatre goodies - could it make the ideal HTPC?