Entry-level 240Hz panel steps into the gauntlet
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A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Arkane's newest immerse sim looks like the bee's knees.
Arcade mode to follow, too.
Fingers crossed for a new Battlechess.
Rick returns to the game which spawned the world's unluckiest franchise.
Shown off at QuakeCon 2016.
Dishonored 2 is looking like something rather special indeed.
No love for Core i3 users.
Doom's trickiest setting is stumping even those who made it
Will remove FPS cap, too.
We get hands on with DOOM's open beta, and come away feeling DOOMED.
Rick looks back at Bethesda's brightest and breeziest RPG.
First in a planned series of fixes.
A 64-bit OS and 8GB of RAM to start.
All the action from this year's E3 - the conferences, the games, the highs and lows.
Year-old leak spookily accurate so far.
The expansion to MachineGames' excellent reboot retains the great gunplay, but lacks imagination.
Subscription free, thanks to in-game shop.
No, not the demons and teleporters.
The Elder Scrolls Online has followed in the footsteps of many an MMO and dropped its subscription model.
Brilliant at times, The Evil Within is hindered by confused overarching design.
Softdisk-era titles released under the GPL.
Wolfenstein is a cracking shooter bogged down by unnecessary systems.
Now pencilled for December launch.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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