Halo Reach is a solid PC port and remains a decent shooter, although it has dated more than we expected.
Triple-fan cooler, mild overclock, basic RGB - worth it over Founders?
Who do you think deserves the crown for 2019?
All the action from this year's E3 - the conferences, the games, the highs and lows.
Battlefield, Need for Speed both hit.
The UK office of Ghost Games has been hit with layoffs and an unannounced Need for Speed game has been placed on hold.
Criterion Games co-founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have left the studio to form their own company.
The most exhilarating driving game we've ever played. Read on to see why.
Has Need for Speed's identity crisis finally been resolved? We take a look at The Run to see.
Electronic Arts has announced it will release free DLC for Shift 2 via Origin.
The Need for Speed series is changing, but for the better or worse? We find out.
Need for Speed attempts to go back to it's roots by pitting the player as both cop and robber.
We round up the best and most notable titles previewed at E3 2010.
The Need for Speed range of racing games has been getting a little stale of late. However, with the makers of GTR 2 and GT Legends involved in this latest tarmac eating monster, Need for Speed: Shift looks like it's a whole new ball game.
GTR developer SimBin is apparently considering legal action against Slightly Mad Studios, the makers of the new NFS game.
Need for Speed has got itself a big old revamp this time, with a proper story, a new engine, a new chase mechanic and a whole fleet of new four-wheelers. Will the new Need for Speed emerge gloriously or should it get back under cover and hide in shame? We take a look.
Macs can now run Windows, which means that the awesome MacBook Pro laptop can now play Counter-Strike. Can portable gamers happily buy a Mac now, safe in the knowledge that they'll never be without an AWP again?
It's an RTS bonanza as the game lineup for the 2006 world championships is announced. Eight games, two of which are Xbox 360, make up the competition.
As widely expected, today NVIDIA have unveiled the next card in the GeForce 7 series, the GeForce 7800 GT. Clocked at 400MHz / 1000MHz, is it capable of SLI, and has proved to be pretty quick.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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