Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
Explains why it vanished from Steam.
Ubisoft's latest is well put together but not particularly adventurous.
Now available on PS4 and Xbox One, too.
We get to play with Siege's new content drop, and the limited edition Outbreak PvE mode.
Ties in to the Ubisoft Club.
Adds what you'll need for 4K60, too.
Ode is a musical platformer that's short on length but big on joy.
Far Cry 5, The Crew 2, and a mystery title.
For at least six months, anyway.
Expect DLCs, in-game purchases in all future titles.
Gives away Watch_Dogs to celebrate.0
Walk like an Egyptian in Ubisoft's triumphant Assassin's Creed return.
South Park: The Fractured but Whole is Ubisoft's latest RPG. Does it cut the mustard or the cheese?
Mario + Rabbids is an engaging tactical experience that isn't as deep as some might like.
Gaming needs to stops pushing franchises to exhaustion and let new ideas blossom.
Rick charts the highs and lows of this year's E3 convention.
Could have a knock-on effect for FC5.
Warning! The contained documents are classified! Do not open without proper clearance!
Puts The Division's Massive on the job.
For Honor sports a superb combat system, but its steel doesn't always get the chance to shine.
Available from next Thursday.
Cross-platform harder than it thought.
What's next for 2015's best first person shooter? We go to Montreal to find out.
While it looks the part, Assassin's Creed takes itself far, far too seriously.
A handful of patches and a few months later, and The Division is ace.
Steep is the biggest disappointment of the year and it's taking the piste.
Who let the dogs out (again)? We send Jake to find out and report back.
Rick looks back at the swashbuckling fantasy game that led to Dishonored.
Can the sequel to 2015's splendid little climbing game reach new heights?
Rick continues his rundown of his favourite PC games, from 40 to 31.