Review Apex Legends Review
King of the hill.
What is on our desk? This time round we've got hold of a bunch of USB keys, a copy of Zombie Fluxx and a USB powered game of Whac-a-mole and some stylish hard drive enclosures. How do we rate this wondrous bounty? Find out within!
We all love Master Chief and Gordon Freeman, but now it's time to give some attention to the little guy - the supporting characters and NPCs who help define a good game experience. Let us know who your favourite computer game characters are and check out our Top Ten within!
The second part of the Team Fortress 2 case mod has landed - the sentry! Built to life-size proportions by Ton Khowdee, the TF2 Sentry Mod if both one of the most impressive and potentially deadly scratch-builds we've ever seen...
Robert Ludlum's series of Bourne books have finally been translated from the big screen to the computer screen. Is Jason Bourne, the unstoppable super-spy, going to be floored by awful gameplay though or is this game one born of brilliance? We find out.
Andy has been indulging in his darkest desires lately, exploring the world of Overlord and finding out just how good it feels to be bad. Has he truly turned to the dark side, or is Overlord: Raising Hell for the PlayStation 3 too bad to be good?
It's summer and that only means one thing - out with the strawberries and lemonade, turn off the latest results from Wimbledon and sit back, with your feet up to play the latest game in the Top Spin series. Can this third iteration take us to the next level, or will it do a Henman on us?
Blu ray drives on the cheap? Pioneer tells us "Hell Yea!" But is it cheap and cheerful or a genuine bargain, that's an excellent choice for all our home theatre enthusiasts? We found out.
Everybody thinks they could run the government better than the current administration, but how many of us would really have the stones to give it a go? Now is the chance to test your charm and smarm in Stardock's new political simulation.
Civilization, one of the best-loved and most successful PC games ever, has made the move to consoles. Do the new friendly graphics and interface hide a game with the same depth and cunning, or has the franchise finally fallen flat? We find out.
As Kane's Wrath prepares to launch on Xbox 360, we chat to executive producer Jim Vesella about the future of the C&C franchise, working with Joe Kucan, the difference between PC and console RTS games and how Red Alert 3 is shaping up...
We can't get a sub-notebook in for review without taking it apart - this time we break the new Asus Eee PC 901 into lots of little bits to find out what's changed between old and new!
Phillip Marlowe has got a chip on his shoulder about game design. Why is it that games are only ever made for 16 to 25 year old men who love shooters? Philip questions the problems facing developers who want to target games for more specific markets.
Hulk, smash! Joe, review! We take a peek at the tie-in video game for the new Incredible Hulk movie to see if it can buck the trend of most tie-in games and turn out to be any good. Let's just hope it doesn't make us too angry. Publishers don't like us when we're angry...
It's little, light-weight and Linux-flavoured - already HP could be well on its way to usurping the Eee PC as the king of the netbook, but could there be a fly in the ointment? We take a close look at HP's latest sub-notebook to see what's what.
The Lego games have been a surprising success in recent years, so even though it may seem just a little bit kiddy we have to hold up our hands and admit being excited at the prospect of Lego Indy - was our excitement justified? Find out in our review!
The Saitek Cyborg mouse certainly leaves an impression with it's unusual look and feature-packed shell. Billed as the ultimate in customisation thanks to its scroll wheel tweaks and new dynamic ergonomics, the Cyborg hopes to be the ultimate peripheral. But is it?
Sins of a Solar Empire was one of the sleeper hits of the last year, and the game became a favourite of anti-DRM types who appreciated the lack of copy protection and online distribution. Now, we catch up with company co-owner Craig Fraser and have a chin-wag...
Age of Conan has finally landed and this is one MMORPG which really looks like it could stir up the genre a bit. It's about time too. We take a close look at the DirectX 9 client for Eidos' new Cimmerian MMO to see if it's got the guts to match the garters...
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars didn't make a huge impression on the PC market when it launched and was mostly overshadowed by Team Fortress 2 and Call of Duty 4. The PlayStation 3 version has had more time to mature though, so we take a look to see what has changed...
One of three games being produced by a partnership between EA and Steven Spielberg, Boom Blox is one of the most addictive and accessible games for the Wii we've ever played. But can this Jenga-like puzzle game appeal to all audiences, or just the casual market?
The full name is actually "Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness", but we couldn't fit it in the headline. No matter. The real issue is whether or not Tycho and Gabe can make a game worth playing. We take the Xbox 360 version out for a spin...
We know all about overclocking, or at least we thought we did. Turns out that overclocking isn't actually anything to do with increasing the performance of a system component. It's actually a psychological thriller from House of Tales. Weird, eh?
We've been playing a bit of Left4Dead recently and now that we've finally managed to tear ourselves away from it, we think it's only fair to share with you the details of this four-player Co-Op zombie shooter from Valve and Turtle Rock Studios.
Volker Wertich isn't a name you often hear bandied about, but since he created the original Settlers and Spellforce games we figured he might be more than deserving of our ear - especially when it comes to his new, just-announced RTS, Battleforge.
Grand Theft Auto IV has landed and we've all finally been let loose in Liberty City. It was billed as one of the best games ever made even before release, but now we have a chance to see for ourselves and make our own minds up - check out our thoughts in our detailed review.
Battlefield: Bad Company ruffled a lot of feathers recently when DICE said it would be charging players for access to certain weapons. When DICE changed its mind there was a sigh of relief though - now we chat to Jamie Keen, the man behind the game, to get the full story.