Banzai Royale Preview
Top-down carnage in this new multiplayer shoot-'em-up.
Rick gets his rave on in this splendidly strange VR rhythm-action game.
Is Radical Heights gnarly? What does gnarly mean? Jake works out both of these questions, and more.
We got some playtime with the upcoming Crysis beta at i31 this weekend. It's the most anticipated title of the year, but how's it going to hold up? Read on to find out.
Bioshock is possibly one the most long awaited and anticipated PC games since Duke Nukem Forever was first announced (still waiting, 3D Realms), so join us as we go hands-on with the soon-to-be-released Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game.
World of Conflict has been gathering attention worldwide for its gorgeous graphics and inventive gameplay, but is it all that it's hyped up to be? We take a look at the multiplayer beta and let you know what we think.
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.
We sit down with Todd Hollenshead and Paul Wedgwood from id Software and Splash Damage and get hands on with Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, whilst talking about Mega-textures and a Quake movie...
World in Conflict is based in the middle of the Cold War where the Americans and Russians are at each other's necks. However, this time the battle is on US soil. That's not all that is different about Massive's latest RTS game though, and it's definitely one to look out for later this year when it's released...
The latest in the legendary Nod and GDI saga takes the series back to its roots, both in terms of gameplay and plotline. Are you ready for the answer to the Tiberium question?
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl has been in development for an age; after four years of delays, the game is set to hit the shelves at the end of March. We've been playing a near-final build of the game for a week now - is it going to live up to the hype?
We take a look at the online portion of the spiritual successor to Total Anhilation - Supreme Commander, by Gas Powered Games. Is this going to be the ultimate RTS? And will we have a heart-attack at the dual-monitor DirectX 10 support?
The terrorists are now targeting the bright lights of Vegas and only you can stop them! We spent some time with the latest Rainbow Six game, read on for our first impressions.
The new demo for Battlefield 2142 is here. We play through it and give you our thoughts on the latest update in the franchise, as well as comparing the graphics and detail settings.
We got the chance to kill some orcs, spiders and a bloody great big cyclops when we went down to Ubisoft HQ to preview the upcoming FPS game: Dark Messiah of Might & Magic. Will it live up to all the hype?
We got hands-on with World of Warcraft expansion 'Burning Crusade'. Get the lowdown on the new characters, locations and features in our preview.
Will Wright showed us his latest game, Spore, last week. We grabbed the pictures, took note of what he said, and now bring Will's presentation to you by virtue of the medium of the internet. Spore is incredible.
It's Far Cry 2 in everything but name, and Crytek's next generation FPS, Crysis, has some of the most cutting-edge graphics ever seen. Click for 18 all-new screenshots and the tech behind them.
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.
The latest in the series of tactical FPS games, Ghost Recon: Advanced Fighter is coming to Xbox 360 and PC in March. With proven gameplay and next-generation graphics, this is one to look out for.
This year, DICE will release not one but two new booster packs for Battlefield 2, titled Euro Force and Armoured Fury. They feature three new levels each, new weapons and new vehicles. We have all the details, and new screenshots too!
Kirsten Kearney dons her Bond Girl wig and svelte red dress ready to play the femme fatale. We're looking at the alpha release of GoldenEye: Source, bringing you our gameplay impressions and a comparison of the new graphics with the N64 classic.
Sid Meier is back with the latest in the most famous brand of wargames in the world. Civilization IV offers a whole host of improvements over previous incarnations. As hardened strategists, we step in and take a look, ahead of the title's launch later this week.
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.
Checked out the single-player demo of F.E.A.R. ? We've been playing it all weekend - have a read of our thoughts on the single player experience, and our first benchmarks. We test the game on a range of cards from a 5900XT up to a 7800GTX.
We try out Bet on Soldier, a new FPS that supports Shader Model 3 and the Ageia PhysX PPU. It sports a funky new gameplay mechanic based around betting, but is it any good? We give you our initial impressions of the game based on early code.
If you haven't seen the sequel to one of the most original games ever, you're missing out. Black & White is back with improved gameplay and improved graphics. We have some new screenshots inside, as well as some info on the new gameplay features.
The Chronicles of Narnia, a much-loved piece of classic literature, is soon to become a spangly Disney live-action movie. We talk to Traveller's Tales, developers of the PC game tie-in (and the sublime Lego Star Wars) about their work on the graphics engine for the game.
High Dynamic Range rendering, or HDR, is the latest must-have graphics feature. Valve's Doug Lombardi talks to us about HDR and Half Life 2: Lost Coast. There's plenty of exclusive eye-candy too!