Review Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review
With a new instalment just over the horizon the UT modding scene is set to explode all over again, so we go hands-on with the public beta to see what the fuss is all about and if the game can possibly live up to its ancestors.
Assassin's Creed is the new action-stealth game from Ubisoft Montreal. You play as Altair, an assassin in the middle ages who must strike down a list of English Crusaders to save his country. With such controversial subject matter, it could be the game of the year...
Now we take the story-driven part of The Orange Box out for a spin - but will the game leave us in a whirl, or just dizzy and mildly sick? Could it be the best game in series or even the best game ever? Find out everything you can without ruining the game in our spoiler-free review.
Kane and Lynch: Dead Men, from the developers of Hitman, is a gritty and bleak tale of ransom and kidnap. Whether or not it's any good remains to be seen though, so we go hands-on to find out. Check out our brand new screenshots!
Team Fortress 2, the sequel to the best team multiplayer game ever, has been massively restyled and redone by Valve and will be packaged in with the rest of The Orange Box. But will it be worthy of one third of our attention? We find out by going hands on with the beta!
Earlier in the week, we had the chance to chat with well known game designer CliffyB at a Gears of War PC event. In this interview he talks about the game, his thoughts on game design and his wish to make a game based on Dance, Dance, Revolution but "with a pole”.
Has the seminal duck and cover shooter been granted safe passage to the PC? Probably. Bit-tech takes a first look at a game that could possibly give Crysis and Bioshock a run for their money.
Today signifies the European launch of Microsoft's Xbox 360 Elite - the first significant update to the console since its launch in December 2005. Surprisingly, Microsoft doesn't want consumers to pay through the nose for the update...
BioShock: examined, dissected and documented in all of its glory. We've split the coverage of this industry-defining game into two pieces and here's the first instalment for Xbox 360 and PC.
Indie games are the future, says Joe. Prove it, says everyone else. Okay, says Joe and launches himself into a feature discussing the best independent games on the Internet and the effect of indie developers on the industry.
You've seen the film, adored the cartoon and bought all the toys. There's only one question left on your mind and that's whether or not the new game is more than meets the eye...
We take a look at GRAW 2 for the PC to see just what's new in the PC version of the game and how Ageia PhysX affects the game experience. Is this as good as previous Tom Clancy titles, or just a cash-in? Find out inside.
Love it or hate it, digital distribution has become a huge part of the gaming industry and will stay that way. So we decided to take a sit down with the guys at Valve to hear where the biggest platform - Steam - is heading.
The Darkness is the long awaited comic book spin off about a mafia hitman and his inner demons. We sneak off with the 360 version to see if there's light at the end of the tunnel.
Forza Motorsport was the first driving simulator to provide any kind of challenge to Gran Turismo's dominance, but it ultimately fell a little short of the mark. Can Forza Motorsport 2 up the ante and provide some serious competition?
There hasn't yet been a decent action game on the Wii that can successfully harness the power of the Wiimote. Can Mortal Kombat: Armageddon be the first to manage it? Let's find out.
Tomb Raider: Anniversary is a nostalgic remake of Lara Croft's original subterranean adventure, so join us as we walk down memory lane and test out the PS2 version.
We take a look at the DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 versions of the Lost Planet: Extreme Condition demo and compare the two. Will DX10 live up to the hype?
There are plenty of great games on Live Marketplace which cost less than four quid. Some are retro classics, others are modern updates of retro classics, yet others are just modern. We pick out some of our favourites.
It's Ghost Recon, Jim, and it's just as we know it. The Ghosts are back for a second outing on the Xbox 360, and not much has changed. Is it worth throwing yourself into a warzone for a second time?
We don our scarves, gloves and balaclava and head off to the Lost Planet where, apparently, they have some Extreme Conditions and a nasty case of bug infestation. Time for some Capcom sponsored death and destruction.
The expansion pack/additional content for Elder Scrolls Oblivion has been released in a retail pack. Fancy another 6-10 hours in the world of Cyrodiil?
We take control of Marvel's comic book action heroes in a battle against the ghastly Dr Doom. Read our review of the recently released RPG/action Xbox 360 title. Can it save the world from all evil?
Attempting to copy arguably the greatest console game series of all time is no small feat. Yet Saints Row does quite an admirable job - check out our review of the 360's first GTA clone, complete with pimps, hookers, carjacks and insurance frauds.
Luke, Han, Leia and the rest of the classic Star Wars characters get a Lego makeover. We take a look at the new Lego Star Wars game, the original trilogy.
A high-definition, Xbox 360 title featuring well-constructed female wrestlers, 'humiliation' moves and lots of skimpy costumes? Rumble Roses promises so much, yet disappointingly delivers you a complete minger of a game.