Review Anthem Review
A big song and dance about nothing.
Wants to concentrate on gamers.
No more secure than a text file.
A recent study by the Consumer Electronics Association has revealed that double the number of women aged 25-35 play games than blokes of the same age. Can that be right?
NVIDIA has announced its next generation graphics processing unit for handheld and mobile devices. It's capable of true digital TV, high-fidelity surround sound, rapid multi-shot photography and console-class 3D graphics.
Former Sony 3D artist Josh Robinson speaks out for the first time after being fired by Sony bosses for posting his thoughts on Sony's upcoming PlayStation 3 console.
Whilst we're not alone in loving our gadgets, Chris Caines takes a look at why he won't be replacing some of his faithful technology for a long while. HDTV? The time is not now.
XBox modders beware, Microsoft is on the prowl for illegal modifications done to original XBox consoles. Three men in court over conspiracy to commit piracy after modifying XBox consoles.
The date is unknown, the place is wherever and the person could be anyone. With a description that vague you just HAVE to read it!
Microsoft is losing out on $125 per console with the Xbox 360, according to analysts. How much can the Redmond giant afford to keep losing?
Kevin Bachus, the former Infinium Labs CEO has moved on. He's been unable to attract enough controversy to keep the firm in the news. There's still no sign of the Phantom either...
The Dreamcast nails it as the greatest console launch of all time, but Xbox 360 is on course to be almost as good, they suggest. Some great nostalgia...
Is Microsoft conspiring to deliberately sell out their Xbox 360 stock on Launch Day? There is evidence to suggest the shortages might not be an accident.
After grabbing an early Sony PSP and playing it non-stop for over a month, Wil Harris thinks that he's about got the measure of the portable gaming super-console.
Sit back and relax for an epic tale of sex and intrigue in the world of computing