Review Intel Core i7-9700K Review
Intel has removed Hyper-Threading from its new mainstream Core i7; is it fast enough compared to the 8700K and 2700X?
Follows Sony's PSP Go path.
It's time for us to put our feet up, loosen our belts, let out our guts and gorge on cheesecake. We've got seven of the best and worst cheesecakes from Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Morrisons - now it's time for a taste!
Joe Martin wants to know what it is that makes a hardcore gamer. Prompted by the death of somebody close to him, Joe examines what hardcore is and invites readers to share their stories about what game it was that first hooked them.
The third instalment in our exploration of how computer game stories are written and designed looks closely at Strategy games. With an in-depth interview from Magnus Jensen, lead designer on World In Conflict.
After a string of publishers have recently announced major losses this year, Joe Martin examines how such a thing is possible when so many great games are coming out and what it might mean for the gaming outlook next year...
Our sister site, TrustedReviews, has been acquired by IPC Media. Find out how this acquisition will affect the future of both sites by checking out our news story.
You, like everyone else in the world, are probably all hyped up over Crysis - but will your system be able to run it? Check the minimum and suggested system requirements to find out.
As part of our continuing feature on game design, we chat to Dave Grossman and David Cage about how adventure games are written. Whether you're a budding game designer or just a fan with a passion for puzzles, you'll be sure to find this interesting.
Are you scared of trying out homebrew games and applications for your DS? Worried that you'll break it or get arrested for piracy? Fear no more - we explore the world of DS homebrew and look at some of the best games, apps and hardware to get the job done.
As part of a new series, Joe Martin has a chat with Rob Yescombe, screenwriter for Haze, and Martin Lancaster, writer for Crysis, about the process of writing first-person shooters and some of the problems involved.
Joe Martin talks about episodic distribution and how to use it to revive the adventure game genre. Can episodic gaming be a success?
We get a chance to have a talk with Robert Krakoff, a.k.a RazerGuy, the man responsible for some of the best gaming equipment on the market and ask him about where the PC gaming world is heading.
New bit-tech Staff Writer, Joe Martin, introduces himself and talks about the problems fanboys pose in our industry.