Review Laser League Review
Indulge your wildest horror movie fantasies, as long as they involve getting monsters to eat right and exercise.
Obsidian's latest RPG is the biggest game it's produced in years. But does bigger mean better?
It's hard to be a god - but it's even harder to be a games journalist! OK, no, not really - but sometimes it is a little trying. At the end of a long day though we like nothing more than to sit back with a decent RPG based on a story by the authors who inspired S.T.A.L.K.E.R...
It's the enhanced and expanded Xbox 360 version of the original Dark Messiah and it's not nearly as bad as that description might lead you to think. But does this little prophet have the mana to bewitch us into liking it? Only one way to find out...
The videogame of Lost has finally arrived much to the joy of series fanatics everywhere. Formed from a collaboration of the Lost team and Ubisoft, the game offers a brand new glimpse at the Lost franchise and a chance to immerse yourself in the story. But is it any good?
Gaming keyboards are a love 'em or hate 'em kind of device. While many people love extra macro keys, specific WASD layouts and pseudo-cool designs, others don't. So, did we love or hate the Merc Stealth gaming keyboard? There's only one way to find out.
Beautiful Katamari has been out for a fair old while in the US and Japan, but it's only just hit European shores. Is the game objectively worth the wait now that the hype has died down, or is this ball reached the bottom of the hill?
Thermaltake introduces a new QFan to its Toughpower range, adding this new 14cm "silent" performer to modular connectivity and a five year warranty. Is it enough to tempt you away from everyone else in the busy mainstream market?
We're riding rollercoasters made of music, being pelted with neon coloured bricks and screaming out the words to some rather embarrassing power ballads. Have we lost it completely? No. We've just discovered one of the most fluid music-games to date.
Andy takes a gander at Sins of a Solar Empire, the new multiplayer focused RTS and simulation from Stardock. Will Andy return to us as ruler of a galactic empire, bringing good tidings of the game - or will we shoot him and the game both out the airlock?
The Penumbra series gained fame as an accomplished indie effort, but has grown into a professional game of astonishing depth and detail. Now, as the series draws to a close in this final mini-epic, we take a look at Black Plague and see if it can go out with a bang.
Sierra started things with World in Conflict and Sega has now upped the ante with Universe at War. Conflict is a growth industry it seems. Is Sega's new RTS any good though, or has the ball been officially dropped? Let's find out...
We go hands-on with the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Monolith's sequel to the Xbox 360 launch title, Condemned. With an even darker and grittier world, can the pant-wettingly scary Condemned bring the story of Ethan Thomas to a close?
Shortly after our hands-on preview, we got a chance to catch up with Thomas Vu, producer for Will Wright's Spore, to put all sorts of questions to him. Find out what Thomas thinks of DirectX 10, creationism, the girl market and, um...probing.
Spore is one of the most massive and anticipated games of recent years and we've had full hands-on access. Can one of the most ambitious games ever conceived actually hold up to our scrutiny while still being fun to play? Check out our five-page preview and see!
Carrying on from DDR1 and DDR2 in Part 3, Ryan investigates what makes DDR3 so special, by looking in-depth at its unique features like the Fly-By topology, Read/Write levelling, Dynamic On-Die Termination & ZQ Driver Calibration.
In the third part of our detailed investigation into memory technology, our resident expert, Ryan J. Leng, dives into memory generations and detail its revolutionary, then evolutionary technical break-throughs that lead us up to today's systems.
Devil May Cry 4 discards the stories of old, introducing new characters and enemies. But with Dante apparently the bad guy in the latest instalment, has Capcom pushed the series too far? We find out in a comprehensive review of Nero's adventure!
The Club is a radical departure from the norm for Bizarre Creations, the makers of Project Gotham Racing, but it's got us all different kinds of excited. Can this fusion of Tony Hawk and Gears of War actually manage to live up to the hype though?
We have a look at three mATX motherboards from Asus, Gigabyte and MSI based on three of the latest integrated graphics chipsets from Intel, AMD and Nvidia to see which is the best solution for a Home Theatre PC.
Designed by distinguished modder Ben Heck, the Audio FX is a USB headset that boasts 5.1 channel surround sound, bass boasting force feedback and TeamSpeak certification. Now, we find out if that translates into a decent headset or just a fleet of empty promises.
Are you looking for the ultimate home theatre case? Well, look no further because Zalman has sent it to us - we have a look at the HD160XT Plus, a 100 percent aluminium design with looks to die for. It even has a 7" touch screen to tie it all off. Excessive? Awesome? Costly? We find out.
Held up as a modern classic and one of the most innovative games in recent history, the original NiGHTS was a cult phenomenon. Now, twelve years later, the game finally has a sequel - but is it any good? We send Andy to lullaby-land to find out...
Colours are flying across the screen. Music is thumping and we're taking it in turns to have a go on the most surreal game we've ever had, an extra controller clutched between our legs. Rez HD is unrivaled in presentation, but is it fun to play?
We got to take a peek at the new Tomb Raider game lately, the sequel to the much-praised Legend. Want to know what's hot and not in the latest outing of Ms. Croft? Let us fill you in on all the little details...
All new MMOs have a tough task ahead of themselves; trying to find a niche somewhere in the market and eek out a meager existence underneath WoW. Can Pirates of the Burning Sea find that niche, or will it flounder and drown in the fiery ocean?
You may think that light gun games belong in the arcade and only in the arcade, but with an updated and expanded port of the fantastic Ghost Squad to the Wii, Sega begs to differ. Now, we check out the game to see just what it offers!
Hell, yes. Burnout is back and we take to the roads of Paradise City once more. It's time to rev our engines, push the pedal to the metal and cause some carnage on the highways in brand new game modes and a huge, sandbox environment.